After deciding to visit Croatia, we visited many web sites and amongst them was a small hotel called the Mediterana.The bright blue clean lines and position of the hotel kept drawing us back to it, so of course we booked it(with booking.com), and what a find it was.
Arranged a transfer through the hotel, and when we landed we were met by Mr Vukman the owner(thats what I call personal service), we arrived at the hotel and Ivan the son who runs the hotel along with being a law student,came out to meet and greet us, check in consisted of taking our bags to the room and showing us the facilities,easiest check in ever. The hotel has only been open from new a little over a year, there are 8 rooms/suites in the 4 floors, 2 standard rooms(nothing is really standard in this hotel, 2exclusive rooms(ours),2 self catering suites and 2 luxury and I mean luxury suites. Restaurant had tables inside and out and was clean and bright. Breakfast was either on the balcony looking out over the beach and sea or inside,the choice was yours, Breakfast started with just crockery on the table, then the cereal was brought to you, ,then the juices, then the plate of meats and cheeses,then the bowl of breads and the yoghurts, then the bowl of fruit, then the coffee, need I go on, One morning Mr Vukman even picked figs off the tree in the garden for our breakfast ,the breakfast was wonderful and worth staying at the hotel just for it. The restaurant is really good and the food excellent and tourists from all around are directed there by word of mouth from people who have eaten there, great food, service excellent, and the company very nice.The hotel is seperated from the pebble beach and the crystal clear water by a narrow lane which was mostly traffic free. Seget Vranjica is an old fishing village which has loads of self catering properties and cannot decide whether to jump into the 21 century or not, only a few restaurants in the village, all very nice with good pleasant helpful staff as I can vouch for as I ate in all of them. Trogir was 3 miles from the hotel and the walled UNESCO town is well worth a visit or two, taxi from the hotel to trogir was about 100 kuna(£12), hotel to airport 180 kuna(£25), although I am still waiting for the bill from my arrival transfer, they are that sort of family, The bus service runs from the top of the street near the hotel, but whenever we tried to get a bus, one of the family insisted on driving us there, trogir to hotel bus about £1 .
In conclusion, a wonderful hotel,great facilities , a nice little village to wander through, but most of all, a wonderful family who owns and runs the hotel, I have no doubt we will return in the future
- Also Known As:
- Villa Mediterana Seget Vranjica, Croatia - Dalmatia
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Villa Mediterana is newly opened family run villa only 10 m from the crystal clear Adriatic Sea and beach. We offer you luxury and comfortable, all with seaview, rooms and suites. There is also a la carte restaurant with domestic and international specialties. ... more less
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