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HolidayCheck Awards: 4 Croatian Hotels Named On World’s Most Popular Hotel List

Four Croatian hotels have found their way onto a list of the most popular hotels in the world produced by the largest independent travel portal in German-speaking territory, HolidayCheck.

Three hotels from Zadar on Croatia’s Adriatic coast – Iaderi, Family Hotel Diadori and Hotel Adriani, owned by Falkensteiner Hotel & Residences, and Hotel Waterman Supetrus Resort on the island of Brac made the list of the 99 most popular hotels.

HolidayCheck compiled the list based on reviews left by over 780,000 guests over a 12 months period on the portal. Hotels had to receive a minimum of 40 reviews to qualify. The three Croatian hotels were selected out of more than 150,000 hotels from 220 countries, reported portal Business.hr.

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