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Sveti Filip i Jakov 23207 Croatia
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#2 of 6 in Sveti Filip i Jakov
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4.2
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3.8
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3.6
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3.6
The hotel Alba is 100m away from the hotel beach and 300m away from the center of St. Filip and Jakov.
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Marijan H wrote a review Jul 2019
Cakovec, Croatia4 contributions1 helpful vote
Dno dna Hrvatskog turizma. Nemojte nikako ići tamo ako baš ne morate. Hrana u polupansionu je izuzetno loša, dobiti piće za većerom (koje se plaća) treba moliti, sobe su u lošem stanju bez klima uređaja i frižidera. Hotel definitvno ne zaslužuje 3 zvjezdice, razina i kvaliteta usluge 1 zvjezdica. The bottom of Croatian tourism. Don't go there unless you have to. The food in the half board is extremely poor, get a drink for dinner (payable) to be prayed for, the rooms are in poor condition without air conditioning and refrigerators. The hotel definitely does not deserve 3 stars, the level and quality of service is 1 star max.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Traveled
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Bogdan Bricelj wrote a review Sep 2018
Jesenice, Slovenia82 contributions12 helpful votes
The hotel is located in smaller town 100m from the beach. My wife and me has gone to the hotel for a week to vacation. First we were surprised at registration. In top season in the middle of the day we were registered in 5 minutes. Hotel is clean, good arranged. Our room had also a small kitchen. When we have come to supper, we were a little bit confused. We had to stand in a row to get a free table in restaurant. But we have never waited more then 5 to 10 minutes. The young staff was so fast bringing new food and removing dirty dishes. The only two minuses are, that sometimes after an hour some food run out and they replace it with another. Secondly, there was not written, what kind of food there is. So you had to guess or taste.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Stina P wrote a review Jun 2018
Cakovec, Croatia39 contributions5 helpful votes
This was vary unpleasent expeirence for me and my family. Dirty, old and to expensive for that sort of accomodation. Bed was smelly, water to hot to shower, blankets we got were dirty with staines. And most importly maides were very loud every morning.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Traveled
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CsongorAmiGO wrote a review May 2018
Budapest, Hungary639 contributions37 helpful votes
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We had a fortnight in Alba on halfboard. We arrived in the evening, fast checkin and then Happy with the buffet dinner. It’s a smaller hotel, so you can feel it everywhere: good food, nice/basic clean rooms. The bar prices are fair. Spacious parking, tenis court, football pitch, the seaside promenade and the city center is just a short walk... I would recommend the hotel to families, and older couples, there is a lift, so easy access into all rooms.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Traveled
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brat77 wrote a review Aug 2017
Celje6 contributions3 helpful votes
The rooms are well maintained, but seem quite old, e.g. they don't have a shower, but a bath with a curtain, the shower handle is probably original from when the hotel was built, which is decades ago, there is no hair dryer in the room (or in the whole hotel, actually), there is some ten channels on a miniscule TV, most of them in bad quality, my bed had a dent (worn-out mattress), etc. There is no air-conditioning, so don't count on cooling yourself before 11 pm in summer. The service is virtually non-existent. Most of the "staff" are young-ish (students?), with low catering knowledge or will. Several times during breakfast there were no glasses for juice or cups for coffee available, as they didn't bring the clean ones out quick enough. Also the tables aren't cleaned promptly, so I recommend you just do it yourself. Food - 2 out of 5. It is ok, but very generic, limited selection, also runs out occasionally. It seems that Hotel Alba is a low-budget accomodation, acceptable only if you get it really cheap. I think the three stars the hotel "has" are misleading. Some notices on the reception about upcoming events are written by hand with a magic marker. So, yeah. Most likely the staff isn't to blame - I guess the management doesn't pay attention to those things, as the hotel is (despite all) full during season. Still, eventually people will stop coming if they don't start caring about today's standards.
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Room Tip: Make sure you pay a two-star price the most, as the hotel doesn't live up to three stars.
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G9194ZYmt wrote a review Aug 2016
Ledec nad Sazavou, Czech Republic1 contribution1 helpful vote
Nice week with my family. hotel was nice clean mainly. facility was quite new and style. Services was little bit low standard. native was friendly. Such a beautiful holiday anyway. I can recommend it.
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Date of stay: August 2016
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pascal245 wrote a review Sep 2015
Hosszuheteny, Hungary1 contribution2 helpful votes
We chose the apartment of this hotel because of we travelled with young children (2-3 years old) and the hotel was close to the beach what was introduced as "small pebble beach what is ideal for children". But only the coast is small pebble. When you get in the water then pebbles become slippery rocks. Most of them are bigger than a head of an adult. I think it is a built pebble beach, it is not a natural one. We were very disappointed. The village is lovely and everything is close to the hotel what is good. The HB was OK but there was no free fresh water available for the supper therefore if your family prefer to drink something at dinner time then you should have 40-50 kunas when you visit the restaurant. Debit card is not accepted there. And an other surprise: there is an amusement park directly near by the hotel. What is great until your children are awake but after that you and your family must listen the loud music and the ringing what marks the ends of the rounds until 3-4 o'clock am. The apartment was dirty and looked like a hostel room. We found a used lingerie under the sofa, and a toy under the kitchen furniture in company of lots of dirt. This should not have happened if the cleaner would have used a sweeper. The safe did not work and the WIFI was useless. With some toughness you can write an email using the WIFI available from the apartment but you should not expect more. The playground of the apartment was humping. There were only two swings and two rope ladders in bad condition.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Avrillign wrote a review May 2013
Krakow, Poland26 contributions16 helpful votes
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This is place for family or people who like quiet places. This apartments is very close to sea. Nice view from a balcony (from Alba apartment). We stayed there 10 days and it was good time. Staff was very friendly and helpfully for us. Room was very clean and clean service was super. Very good price .
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Date of stay: September 2012
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Room Tip: Better vievs are from Alba apartments than Croatia
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Vibeke wrote a review Apr 2013
Oslo, Norway198 contributions79 helpful votes
Hotel Alba is very close to sea side and 200 meter to walk from city center. Very friendly staff, and a very good breakfast. Rooms are quite ok, with balconies, and ok bathrooms. Good beds and fresh air as well as quiet. At low season rate off a fraction more than euro 25 euro for a single room, extremely good value for money!!!
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Date of stay: April 2013
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peterjuricko wrote a review Jul 2012
Bratislava, Slovakia50 contributions6 helpful votes
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Holidays with children, clean sea, night life on the beach and promenade, the possibility of exploring the surroundings and the nearby coastal town of Biograd, busier town, boat trips and poloponorkov. Accommodation in resort hotel Alba / apartments Croatia. For ordinary people, sufficient accommodation.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Room Tip: super "Izby na južnej strane sú kľudnejšie"
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CroatiaDalmatiaZadar CountySveti Filip i Jakov
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Alba
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Alba?
Nearby attractions include Church of St. Michael (0.2 miles) and Marija & Denis Candies and More (0.2 miles).
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Alba?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Alba?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro Andrija, Konoba Kojo, and Restaurant Angela.
Is Hotel Alba located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the center of Sveti Filip i Jakov.