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[PHOTOS] Stunning New Design Hotel to Open in Trogir

Hotel Ola to open in Trogir in March (image: Hotel Ola)

A stunning new hotel is set to open in the historic UNESCO protected town of Trogir next month.

Hotel Ola will open its doors next month in Trogir.


“Guests can expect a unique mix of relaxation, activities for the body and mind, as well as natural beauty. Adding to the breathtaking view of the surroundings every morning as you wake up, the philosophy of the Ola Hotel is based on a lifestyle concept enabling you to live a modern life in harmony with nature”, Hotel Ola says.

Located just outside of the city of Split, Hotel Ola has 50 rooms with sea views, an à la carte restaurant, as well as a rooftop pool and bar for total relaxation.


The 4-star Ola Hotel is located only seven kilometers away Split international airport and has a spacious conference hall and a 48-space garage, which makes it attractive to corporate clients as well.




Check out more about Hotel Ola on their official website here.

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