Amalia, Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Opatija, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Amalia, Hotel offer air conditioning.
Guests of Amalia, Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
Given the close proximity to Madonna del Mare Statue (0.0 mi), guests of Amalia, Hotel can easily experience one of Opatija's most popular landmarks.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Opatija's popular ribs restaurants such as Ruzmarin and Roko, all a short distance from Amalia, Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Crkva Navjestenja.
Enjoy your stay in Opatija!
Wanted a room in the centre of Opatija, close to the beach with reasonable price, and I got it. Hotel Amalia is an old villa, built in 19th century, next to hotel Kvarner, former kuursaal with great terrace. It was easy to imagine how the noblesse and rich of Austrian- Hungarian empire gathered here 100 and more years ago...From window of our room we enjoyed a million- dollar view to sea, islands of Krk and Cres. Right below of our room was statue for Isadora Duncan, who stopped here in 1920ths. She was the best ballerina of these times and mistress of russian poet Sergey Yessenin. Loved our stay in this historic- romantic old hotel.
Beautiful old building, but also old interior. Old walls, beds, carpets, bathroom and TV - like you are back to the 60's. No wi-fi, no free parking (actually there is a few free parking spaces and they were always occupied). The restaurant is in a nearby hotel Kvarner and the food is excellent. Staff were nice and friendly.
This place is simply magical. I absolutely loved staying here. Seaside rooms have the most magnificent view, and the property itself is absolutely beautiful. The decor oozes nostalgic, faded glory which, if restored, would look unbelievable, but in its unrestored state still looks fabulous and remains within a reasonable price range. As others have commented, the hotel is spotlessly clean, though bed linen is old - again, spotlessly clean, though. Would only upset you if you were really fussy. Location is a little noisy, but again this isn't extreme, and is one of the small sacrifices to make for the best hotel location in town. Food is taken at the main hotel (to which the Amalia is an annexe), the Kvarner. This hotel tells a similar tale to the Amalia, though its magnificence is even greater, with the dining room, an elaborately decorated crystal ballroom, a tourist attraction in its own right. It was an honour to sit in this room twice a day. I felt like European royalty. Food was uninteresting, to be honest, but always palatable and you'll never go hungry. I guess it has to be that way when they are catering for so many people of different nationalities. I would thoroughly recommend this hotel to anyone. It is not 5 star luxury anymore, but it is one of the most beautiful hotels you will ever see, and for the price, it cannot be faulted.…