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One Croatian Hotel In World’s Top 20 Luxury Hotels

One luxury Croatian hotel has made onto the list of the world’s top 20 luxury hotels, according to leading online hotel reservation site hotel.info.

With stunning views of the old town of Dubrovnik, Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik hotel received ratings of 9.9 out of 10 for its quality, the most out of all luxury hotels in Croatia. The score put Hilton Imperial in 18th place on hotel.info’s list. Hotel.info offers free reservation services for over 250,000 hotels in the world, has over 470 employees and is traded on the stock exchange. Esplanade Zagreb and Melia Coral in Umag were ranked 2 and 3 respectively in Croatia. Ketschauer Hof in Germany was number 1 on the list, followed by Grand Hotel Linz in Austria and Hotel Ritz Paris.

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