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Duga Uvala BB, Segotici 52208 Croatia
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#1 of 4 Specialty lodging in Segotici
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Ольга wrote a review Aug 2021
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine2 contributions1 helpful vote
Score 0 !!!!! Starting with the arrival-boorish attitude-room waiting from 12 to 15 o'clock, with a small child, did not offer a glass of water… to the room did not spend-through two buildings looking for suitcases themselves. And the room is dirty, smells like sewage, the toilet lid is broken, on request to make-brought a replacement from another room probably-dirty with feces-went scandals -washed… linen moisture-replaced as I said, in the closets broken parts of the beds, put things nowhere, to my question what is it- "do not like -remove"… and so I heard this phrase the whole period of stay-not "like-get out of here" ... The hotel area is abandoned, old and very dirty-duuuuzhe, everywhere dirt, garbage, some feces, feces. The rooms are old, not cleaned, everything on the balcony is just rusty. The smell is a separate post-smells everywhere sewage, dust, chemicals. Dining room. Not a restaurant, just a dining room, because such a restaurant is not called a shock and horror, do not give napkins !!!!! It's not easy! Neither napkins nor sanitizers. Of the staff, several people of Oriental appearance lay out their food without gloves, with their bare hands, wipe the tables with the same rag all the time (I watched)… and drive with waste troughs constantly at the tables (. The food is monotonous, not tasty, made of apple fruit, and those are spoiled. There are simply no drinks. From devices where there should be circles, fanta and juice-flowing water, or diluted with water fanta from !!!! MOLD! At my request to respond, I was again offered to go. From the coffee machine - cappuccino without milk, it is simply not in the coffee machine…. The beach is very dirty, right next to the beach parking for yachts and boats -probably because of this, but also because the garbage from the hotel is blown into the sea by the wind… sorry spoiled bay… No positive, no. Spoiled fork. All negative comments are true. I regret that I did not immediately read the comments, just looked at the site and booked. I do not recommend !!! In general!!!! Unsanitary conditions, the state of emergency of the hotel, the attitude to people as animals, and even worse… .. ((((((
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Pgrundler wrote a review Jul 2019
Zagreb, Croatia72 contributions5 helpful votes
Me, my husband and 2,5 y.o. daughter stayed at Hotel Duga Uvala for 4 days last week of June, right before "official" season start - funny because in other places season usually starts latest mid June or even earlier. We asked and got Hotel Superior room (large 30m2 room + 10m2 terrace) with queen size bed and auxiliary bed. Room was the described size, but quality was something completely different. First there were ants coming from bathroom drain. Bathroom was rusty, there was limescale everywhere and tub curtain was set in the middle of the bathtub (thankfully it wasn't drilled into wall so we could move it). Bed wasn't queen size bed, but 2 single beds brought together which left a 10cm wide hole in the middle, which is very unfortunate when you have a child who sleeps in the middle. We filled the hole with extra blanket but cleaning service pulled it out the next day so we had to do our little installation once again. The room didn't have a mini fridge or mini bar, but we were informed we could have it for extra 56kn/day. Also there was no hairdryer in the bathroom and even if you brought your own, you couldn't plug it in because the outlet is for '80s shaving machine only (?!). You can ask for hairdryer at the reception desk but you have to wait your turn because they have like 3 of them for the whole hotel. We reported the ants so they left us bug spray in the room. Peak of our evening was when we finally got our daughter to sleep at 10PM and wanted to relax on our huge terrace only to discover that the light isn't working. At 10PM there was no-one who could fix it so we sat in the dark. Nice way to celebrate your 5th marriage anniversary. The next day we reported it to reception desk clerk and they did fix it by the end of the day. Food at the hotel is a whole different chapter. On their website you can read that besides hotel buffet restaurant, there is a la cart restaurant, pizza place, beach bar, grill place so it seams there is a lot of food options. But when we arrived we realized that none of those places is open yet since it is not season yet (?!?). Since the hotel is in the middle of nowhere, first day we decided to try buffet dinner which costs 90kn/person (child eats free). We were very disappointing to learn that buffet dinner consists of only 2 dishes - deep fried chicken or pork in tomato sauce. Condiments were boiled carrot or croquettes. There was also mixed salad and some cake. Food also didn't taste very good so everything was very disappointing. Breakfast the next morning was only a little bit better. Eggs scrambled or hard boiled, sausage or hot dog, 3 types of salami and 3 types of cheese for sandwiches, 2 types of cereal, milk, yogurt (in the bowl, not in original packaging) and some spreads like cream cheese, butter, jam etc. Coffee machine makes 2 coffees and then breaks down and even if you are lucky to get a coffee, you can't change the sugar setting - it is always sweet. NO FRUIT OR VEGETABLES, so if you ate here for a few days, you risk scurvy. Staff was mostly friendly, the only rude person was at the reception desk. They even have a playroom for kids in period 10-12 when the sun is the most dangerous but it consists out of 1 box with a few old toys, a couple of coloring books and 1 enthusiastic nice lady who plays with the children. Beach is near and it is nice/clean but there is also no services, you can't buy ice cream or anything else there. Hotel also has children playground on premises but it is a hazard since the swings and slides are broken and not kept. One day we had bad weather so we tried the hotel pool (indoor since outdoor was not ready yet because it wasn't season yet (?!?)) - it wasn't very clean because there was no-one maintaining it and the pools for feet washing before you enter pool area weren't working. Staff is low and they are doing everything (you see a maid in the morning who is also making your coffee at the bar in the after noon). They don't communicate - for example you never know when it is time for breakfast or other meals because if they have for example a group of elementary school kids on their trip there, they will have lunch at 12 and other guests can come at 13. Breakfast was 8-9 most days, which is very short time period and very late (my child wakes at 6.30 so we were starving). When we asked rude lady at the reception when the breakfast will be scheduled next day, she didn't have the information (and was rude about it). The only nice thing was there was no crowds. So my conclusion is DON'T COME HERE! It is not very expensive but it is also not cheap for the "service" you get.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Don't come here
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Joanna M wrote a review Jun 2019
7 contributions7 helpful votes
Anyone thinking of going to Croatia please don't book here. Dirty. Noisy. No water in outside pool. Bed so uncomfortable. Food terrible. Table cloths, glasses dirty. Big hotel. Hardly any guests. Apart from accordion playing noisy 200 children running around. Tennis courts were worn out filthy and whole hotel needs serious tlc
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Marevano wrote a review Aug 2018
Helsinki, Finland1 contribution1 helpful vote
First of all, don't believe the pictures found online about Hotel Duga Uvala, the place is a mess. This is a review of Hotel Duga Uvala and not the apartments, since I could not find the hotel from Tripadvisor. The room we got was horrible. Only one lamp in the ceiling worked and there were no other lamps in the room. The room was really stripped down, it had nothing extra. - Towels were dirty - The bathroom door had a huge hole and you could not lock it - The room had only one trash can, which was emptied every other day. - No room service (apart from emptying the trash). We had to ask for additional soap and toilet paper. (We had two small pouches of shower gel available in the room) - The bathroom was moldy. The shower curtain was riddled with mold spots. - The room's walls were quick fixed with spackel, to make it look a little bit better. - This list could go on and on... The balcony did have a sea view but overall the balcony was dirty. At least the room had a television, but since there was only one chair and the overall comfortableness of the room was what it was, we didn't like spending time at the room. Hotel pool was one of the nicest places. If you can forget the fact that the pool floors were filled with brown slimy stuff. The pool tiles were visibly just fixed quickly and that caused that there were some sharp edges here and there. Luckily we went for the hotel breakfast and dinner buffet just for one time. The food was absolutely horrendous. Breakfast did not include any vegetables or fruits. Luckily there were eggs and two kinds of cheapest sausages. You could also have one type of bread and the cheapest cold cuts. Coffee machine was always broken so no coffee in the morning. The dinner buffet was a joke, and we were not laughing when saw the food. If you love chicken, then prepare to eat the neck and bottom parts. Pork chops were also available, they were hard as a rock, with bone fragments with every bite. Let's just say that we were quite hungry after the dinner. Luckily, you can drink watered down Karlovachko as much as you like. Avoid the hotel's own breakfast, lunch and dinner like the plague. You are better off chewing your nails. The hotel in general was a total letdown. Some of the staff seemed nice and even helpful, but most of them were just rude. I can actually understand that since there are no procedures or processes in place in the hotel. I guess it is a strategy to wear the guests down when you have to visit the reception multiple times over the same matter over and over again and watch them making calls when trying to figure things out. If the price of the rooms seem cheap, be warned that you will have to take the obligatory hotel bracelet. The bracelet gives you a discount in some of the places, but basically you have to pay for everything in the hotel, so your stay won't be that cheap anymore. The bracelet costs 40 kunas per day, unless you spend 120 kunas per day from the bracelet. I won't go into details how difficult it is to use the bracelets in general. The only good thing about this hotel it is surroundings and nature. You can imagine the grandeur of the hotel back in the days. In its current state, I suggest you never come close to this place. You will get better value anywhere else.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Goran F wrote a review Jun 2018
Zagreb, Croatia4 contributions1 helpful vote
Hotel needs serious renovations. Marketing itself as "renovated in glorious 90s style", it's exactly that - build in the 90s and not been renovated since. Rooms dirty, worn down, faucets leaking, wires sticking out, lamps broken. No internet what so ever. Hotel infested with night butterflies. Food utter disaster, tasteless, poor choice, repetitive, staff doesn't clean the tables, food runs out quickly, drinks are heavily diluted with water. Coffee runs out quickly in the morning and there is none in the evening. Hotel is seriously understaffed and the staff that works there is not profesional. Complex is huge and I feel like there are 10 people in total that work there. Majority of rooms feel abandoned, not being cleaned, indoor pool is dirty, let down, abandoned. Sauna, massage tables, fitness center abandoned, not working. Surroundings are worn down, not being maintained. Good luck finding a parking spot since hotel parking is available for everyone to park in, so people from the entire area come here to park near the beach. Everything is charged extra here, everything. Expect to pay a lot more if you were only looking at the booking price - breakfast, dinner, extra baby cots for toddlers, beach amenities, etc. I usually don't write reviews, but had to for this place as I feel a duty to warn others of this total disaster!
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Duga Uvala
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Duga Uvala?
Nearby attractions include Kumparicka (2.8 miles) and Duga Uvala beach (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Duga Uvala?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Duga Uvala?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Duga Uvala?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Duga Uvala?
Conveniently located restaurants include Kum Krnica, Restaurant PortoRiko, and Konoba da Rocco.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Duga Uvala?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a sauna, and locker rooms available in the fitness center during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Duga Uvala?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Duga Uvala?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Croatian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Duga Uvala?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Kastel (9.7 miles), Small Roman Theatre (9.6 miles), and Medulin Village (9.1 miles).