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Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, Rovinj
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A hotel or private accommodation in Croatia?

If you're looking for comfort and convenience, a hotel usually surpasses private accommodation in Croatia. You'll often have the convenience of an in-house restaurant or bar, plus plenty of other nice, little extras. Round-the-clock staffing also provides an extra measure of security. You may enjoy the convenience of a telephone in your room and most hotels also provide internet access (although sometimes at a fee). Hotels also allow the flexibility of a one or two night stay without imposing a surcharge and you can pay by credit card. Breakfast is nearly always included in the rate, and the custom is a buffet breakfast. Private accommodation does not include breakfast, you must pay in cash, there is no telephone, you often must arrange your arrival time in advance, you may pay a steep surcharge for a one or two-night stay.

Booking your hotel in Croatia

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How to Reserve

I recommend reserving through Booking.com, (a travel partner of Croatia Traveller). Booking.com handles reservations for over 800 hotels in Croatia at all budgets (not just the most expensive!) including selected private accommodation. There is a low price guarantee; you will not get a lower price booking direct with the hotel. You can see the exact location of the hotel on a map. And, best of all, you can read user reviews written by people who have actually stayed at the hotel (unlike a certain 'advisor of trips' website where reviews can be faked). Check booking.com now.

What to expect from your Croatian hotel

Star System Explained

Croatian hotels are ranked according to a star system that begins with one star (although rare) for shared bath and climbs to five-stars for a luxury experience with all the trimmings (see the ten best hotels in Croatia).

Service

The explosion of four and five-star hotels in Croatia has put a lot of pressure on Croatia's system for training staff. At the moment, there's more demand for highly-professional personnel than there are people to fill them. As a result, you may often feel that the service staff, even in the top hotels, is more enthusiastic than polished.

   How much does a hotel cost?

Remember that prices in most hotels vary by season. In high season, expect to pay €210-600 a room in a five-star hotel; €182-240 for four-star comfort; €125-265 for a three-star room and €90-110 for two stars The higher prices are for rooms with a sea view.Prices drop by about a third May-June and September-October and often by another 20% or so the rest of the year.

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