We booked at the last minute as the sun was going down and I didn't feel like driving another hour in the dark to get to Rovinj. We paid the extra for a room over looking the sea and it was so worth it -- full moon and moonlit water was dreamy. In the morning the desk manager was so nice. She let us do a late check out so we could sunbathe and swim (or attempt to!) at the beach in front of the hotel. Then she gave us a recommendation for her favorite "secret" beach en route to Rovinj, and we absolutely loved the beach, village and food at the cafe. You were right Ana, it was really special! Thanks so much from Kate and Robert
The owner of hotel doesn’t allow to enter into the sea with your own Paddle Board!!! 😡 The beach is not his property and there is no legal prohibition to use the SUP!!! very rude approach with clients!!
We had breakfast at this place. The terrace has a nice and unobstructed seaview. Even though it was a bit late for breakfast, the waiter composed a breakfast especially for us. The food was terrific. We would definetely recommend this place.
One of the best settings in this area for dinner. Food is very fresh and carries on the local theme but is done with a twist and a quality not found in many other local restaurants. The setting in Ika bay cannot be beaten Shane they changed their name to the Germanic sounding 'Villa Schubert'. Hotel Ika was far more understated and less pretentious.
I give three points because of the location. It is amazing position, actualy on the beach. I realy like the fragrance of the sea and sound of the waves. The servis was proffessional and exellent. Daniel was also very proffessional when we complain about the food. The mussels was double, triple soultet and the wine in which was mussels too. The moussels was small and dry. Other food was average. If I would value only the mussels would give one points, the location five points and the servis also five points.
We went there just to have a dinner. The food was very tasty and the waiter was extremely kind. So the next day we decided to go to this restaurant again, mostly due to kindness of the waiter. Also this time the meal was tasty but the waiter (not the same one as the day before) was very rude. When for drink we ordered some wine and some tap water he brought only wine. When I asked him again to bring the water he brought bottled water. I also saw that he refused to bring cappuccino to a guest at the next table because "NO cappuccino if you don't eat something". Some minutes later the guest ordered cappuccino to another waiter and he had got it without problems. We went there twice, but never again. My rating for the first day would be 5 stars and for the next day 1 star which gives an average of 3 stars.…
We had lunch at this pretty sea side restaurant while on holiday in the area. The food was very good, the wine excellent and the service was friendly and helpful. The menu is quite extensive with plenty of local fish to choose from too. I had the fish soup which was really good. my husband enjoyed the spaghetti with seafood.
My wife and I had dinner at the Restaurant Belleview of the Hotel Ika near Ičići one evening in June. It was nice and quiet and the view over the harbour is stunning. The service was slow, although the restaurant was almost empty. The food was OK, but nothing special. However the view and atmosphere made up for that.
We were touring the Istrian Coast and came upon Hotel Ika/Restaurant Bellevue by chance. What a surprise! The restaurant had just opened for the season and was certainly not crowded. Their menu was typical for a beach hotel/restaurant but the service and quality/freshness of the food superb and reasonably priced. We were guided through the menu by Eugen, a superior waiter whose recommendations, especially for a local white wine, were universally accepted and appreciated. The highlight of the meal, in my opinion, was Fuzzi, a pasta, with a mushroom and truffle sauce. A close second was the rissoto. We were surprised with a welcome gift of an herbed cheese spread and warm, freshly baked bread. I would highly recommend a stop,
Overwhelmed by the chaos of Opatia on a Saturday evening, we drove on until we fortunately found the Hotel Ika in Icici just a few kilometers beyond the Opatia city limits. The staff was welcoming and helpful. Our room was seaside on the third floor, a bit of a climb, but well worth it. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom was large and clean. The best part of our stay was watching the sunrise from our patio the following morning. Breakfast was included; it was made-to-order eggs, bread assortment, juice, coffee or tea--very tasty. Best of all, the price (88 euros) was about half the amounts quoted to us in Opatia. A great value for a lovely hotel on the beach; the walkway along the beach connects Opatia with Lovran and is a great place for a morning stroll or run.