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TripAdvisor: 3 Croatian Hotels Rated Among Top 1% in the World

Hotel Soline (photo: facebook)

Hotel Soline (photo: facebook)

Hotels in Bol on the island of Brač and on the Makarska Riviera have been rated among the top 1% in the world by travellers…

Hotel Soline in Brela, Hotel Bonaca in Bol and Hotel Afrodita in Tučepi were rated among best 1% of hotels around the world in the 2016 Travellers’ Choice Awards, conducted by the world’s largest travel portal TripAdvisor.

Hotel Afrodita (photo: hotelafrodita)

Hotel Afrodita (photo: hotelafrodita)

TripAdvisor have over 5.3 million hotels, restaurant and tourist attractions in the database with over 300 million reviews.

Hotel Bonaca

Hotel Bonaca

Travellers’ Choice, which takes customer reviews from all over the globe, have been held for the last 14 years, and this year 3 Croatian hotels managed to make the top 1% of best rated hotels for service excellence, quality and value around the world.

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