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Best Hostel in Croatia in 2016 Named

Best hostel in Croatia in 2016 (photo: Boutique Hostel Forum)

Best hostel in Croatia in 2016 (photo: Boutique Hostel Forum)

Boutique Hostel Forum in Zadar on the Dalmatian coast has been named the best hostel in Croatia in 2016 at the Days of Croatian Tourism Awards held in Bol on the island of Brač.

The hostel’s excellent service, location in Zadar’s historical centre next to the remains of the ancient Roman Forum, and high ratings from guests have helped the popular hostel win the award of best hostel in Croatia for the second year in a row.

(photo credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)

(photo credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)

The hostel has a capacity of 99 people in its 37 rooms, which each room equipped with their own bathrooms, shower and free Wi-Fi. Offering views of the Adriatic Sea, the trendy hostel is a 4-minute walk from Zadar ferry terminal and a 7-minute walk from Zadar’s popular Sea Organ.

Accepting the award (credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)

Accepting the award (credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)

The hostel also has a bar on site with live music, as well as other amenities such as a billiard table, a leafy courtyard garden, and a common room with tiered sofas.

(photo credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)

(photo credit: Boutique Hostel Forum)


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