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Meridien Lav, Split

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Adriana Marina, Hvar
Monte Mulini, Rovinj
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Faced with the problem of attracting visitors all-year round and not just in the sunny summer months, Croatia's hotels have turned to the spa solution. Wellness is the watchword as hotels construct elaborate pools, jacuzzis, saunas and state-of-the-art fitness centres plus beauty treatments that include every variety of healthy substance from mud to aromas to seaweed and warm stones. Here are some of the best:

Dubrovnik
Palace Hotel Dubrovnik
Past winner of the prestigious World Travel Award for best Croatian spa hotel, the five-star Hotel Dubrovnik Palace will pamper you to blissful oblivion. Is working out a boring routine? Not here where the floor to ceiling windows offer a view from the gym over the Adriatic. Getting that sagging feeling? How about an oxygen-lifting facial? Read more.

Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens
This brand-new deluxe spa-hotel boasts a 3,500 sq m wellness and spa area that includes coal saunas, salt saunas, thalassotherapy, tepidarium, cold pools, hydratherapy pools, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness centre with the latest equipment and a full staff of spa professionals. Read more.

Split
Le Meridien Hotel Lav
Of course there's the indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gym, solarium, meditation room, relaxation zone, baths, whirlpools and massages at this five-star resort. But there's more! Chiefly, a tennis centre, full watersports centre, including diving, sailing and windsurfing. Not to mention the eight restaurants and bars. So that's why it won the most recent World Travel Award for best spa-hotel in Croatia! Read more.

Hvar
Adriana Marina Hotel & Spa
The "Sensori Spa" of this four-star hotel, showcases the latest in spa design in treatment. The holistic approach to wellness means using local plants and waters and a personalized wellness program. Plus, the rooftop swimming pool and terrace has the best view in the Adriatic. Read more.

Sibenik
Hotel Ivan
Part of the Solaris resort, this four-star hotel has six heated indoor pools of fresh and sea water, nicely terraced and with geysers and waterfalls. The well-equipped beauty centre provides a full complement of feel-good treatments. Read more.

Zadar
Club Funimation
Just outside the Old City, this four-star hotel is equipped with the Acquapura Thalasso & SPA Centre, 2500sqm of wellness. There are indoor and outdoor pools, a sauna complex, spa room, fitness studio and spa department. Plus, this hotel is most family-friendly; the little ones won't be bored while you're on the road to wellness. Read more.

Opatija
Grand Hotel Adriatic
On the top floor of this four-star hotel, the brand-new Phytoaroma & Wellness centre is a 600sqm oasis of peace. There are 13 massage parlours and five bathing rooms including aromatic showers, Kniepp, acupressure, detoxification and something called "Tropical rain with orange chromo light and mango aroma". Yummy. Read more.

Rovinj
Monte Mulini
This five-star resort got a top-to-bottom overhaul in 2008 to become the jewel in Rovinj's accommodation crown. Expect tennis courts, Turkish steam bath, indoor and outdoor pools, massages, jacuzzi, sauna, solarium and a fully equipped wellness centre. More.

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