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Croatia Gets First Anti-Allergy Hotel

CroatiaCroatia got its first listed diffused or integrated hotel last month when ZigZag Integrated hotel got given that status as part of the Tourism Ministry’s plan to open up new categories. Now Croatia has its very first anti-allergy hotel…

Vitality Hotel Punta in Veli Lošinj, situated on the island of Lošinj on Croatia’s northern Adriatic coast, has become the country’s first anti-allergy accommodation after it was award the ECARF certificate. The certification, awarded by the Centre for Allergy Research Foundation (ECARF), means the hotel has met the required standards with regards to products and services when it comes to guests who are allergy sufferers.

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