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[PHOTOS] New Family Hotel Park Opens on Krk Island

Falkensteiner Hotel Park Punat

A well-known hotel on the island of Krk has reopened after an investment of over 15 million euros.

Hotel Park Punat, located in the town centre of Punat, surrounded by olive groves and pine trees at the 2-km-long promenade and close to pebbly beaches, has opened its doors again as a top 4-star family hotel this weekend.

Hotel Park, which is part of the Austrian hotel chain Falkensteiner, has had 114 million kuna invested in it and has opened under the name Falkensteiner Hotel Park Punat.


The hotel now has 194 modern and completely refurbished double rooms connected by a covered walkway and idyllic family surroundings, making it ideal for a family holiday. There is a restaurant at the hotel with sea-view which can cater for up to 400 guests and will serve a buffet breakfast, lunch as well as dinner accompanied by wine and juices.

All inclusive light – drinks in the restaurant are included in the price during meals.


For the kids, there is a large outdoor pool with two toboggans, as well as Falky Land play area. Pets are also welcome at the hotel.

More info and how to book can be found here.

Falkensteiner Hotel Park Punat

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