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Reviewed October 25, 2019 via mobile

The staff at the Niko Hotel were very friendly and went above and beyond to ensure that our kids had a wonderful visit. The grounds are beautiful: the pool & beach area are especially nice. We hope to return during the summer season when all of the resort amenities are open. We ate breakfast and dinner at the restaurant and there were plenty of options available for the entire family. Our Food was delicious and the service was excellent! The resort is an excellent value for the money. We are glad we came!

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Nikola M, Manager at Amadria Park Hotel Niko, responded to this reviewResponded October 26, 2019

Dear shanrb,
Thank you for your positive comments and stay experience that you share about hotel Niko.
We pride ourselves that you recognized the friendliness of our hotel staff and the food quality in our restaurant.
Thank you for recognizing our efforts to satisfied guests.
When you're traveling to our area gain soon, don't hesitate to contact us.

With Gratitude,
Nikola Margetić
Hotel Manager

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Reviewed October 1, 2019

I stayed in hotel Niko several times this year and all I can say is bravo guyes. Hotel is situated in a very quiet location far from city noise and crowds.Šibenik is just 3 km away, so close enough if you want to see an Unesco city nearby. Special thanks to Monika from the restaurant and Magdalena. They really made me feel welcome. Also Smiljana at the frontdesk was very helpfull and nice.

Date of stay: September 2019
  • Trip type: Traveled on business
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Thank Lorena M
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Nikola M, Manager at Amadria Park Hotel Niko, responded to this reviewResponded October 3, 2019

Dear Lorena M,
Thank you for the highest rating for quality for our hotel Niko.
We are pleased to hear that our staff made your stay pleasant. Your praise will be passed to our staff so they can have the extra motivation to create quality every day.
We are looking forward to having you again as a guest in our hotel Niko.

With Gratitude,
Nikola Margetić
Hotel Manager

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Reviewed September 14, 2019 via mobile

First time to Croatia, wont be the last. Fell in love with country and people. Booked relatively late on voyage prive, a few issue with that but not for now. Went with Wife and 9yo and 7yo. Stayed at Hotel Niko, Amadria Park (solaris) in Niko hotel.

The hotel is one of five on the same resort owned by the same company and although only 3 star, the others are 4 and 5 star, it was great. The rooms were clean and cleaned well everyday and although you can see this it is the oldest of the hotels, the service and food and bar service was up to the 5 star rating.

Reception staff could not be more helpful, the cleaning staff in the room made a special effort in our room as I had a bad chest and they made sure it was spotless. The food in the hotel was very good. My wife described it as home cooking by her mother, it was so tasty. Very well presented. Maria one of the restaurant staff served us the whole time we were there and was a delight. Thank you again Maria. And the restaurant Manager Mate, was so hospitable towards us, he was generous with his time and was very knowledgeable talking me through choosing local wine, we managed a different bottle almost every day. The wine was also reasonably priced. 

The resort was excellent, it had a water park the Kids loved, you pay extra but it was well priced, it had the inflatable play zones on the sea, again extra but not expensive. The beach front bars were very good as was the food. The only negative for me is as it is all the same hotel with no real public access so why do they charge for sun loungers on the beach! The sea was wonderful, clear but you do need to have something on your feet, due to the slightly rocky bottom.

If you do go to this resort, go to the City of Sibernik, it was fantastic, we loved exploring the lovely narrow streets of the old town. The cathedral is amazing, full of lots of lovely unusual shops as well.

We would also recommend Krka national park. We did a trip through the resort and travelled there by boat and back by coach, it was a great experience and the kids got to swim next to the waterfall. Finally we would recommend the Rafting down the Cetina, we went on a 7 hour round trip including transport there and bac⁸

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Nikola M, Manager at Amadria Park Hotel Niko, responded to this reviewResponded September 18, 2019

Dear A5421JYmichaela,
Thank you for the highest rating for quality for our hotel Niko.
We pride ourselves that you recognized friendliness of our hotel staff and the food quality in our restaurant.
The staff will be familiar with your opinion because such positive ratings give us all "the wind at the backs" to persist with the quality that is recognized. We believe that only with excellent team work can we succeed in quality of service and that is why we work on it every day.
We are looking forward to having you again as a guest in our hotel Niko.

With Gratitude,
Nikola Margetić
Hotel Manager

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Reviewed September 10, 2019

My husband and I have just returned home from a week long stay at Hotel Niko, purchased via Voyage Privé.

The Amadria Park resort is nothing short of beautiful. It really is a stunning place; perfect beaches and amazing scenery. Most of our time was spent walking around the resort, swimming in the sea and enjoying the food Hotel Niko had to offer. Yes, the rooms are a little old-fashioned but that is to be expected from a hotel which is over 50 years old which has not yet been renovated. Most of your time will be spent outside, so the bedrooms are hardly a problem! The staff are extremely friendly and always happy to help you with whatever you need.

There are a few things to bear in mind:

1. You will need to pay a city tax. This was not made clear to us upon our arrival, only when we were checking out. It is not a lot of money but make sure you save some kuna to cover it at the end of your stay. It would be very helpful if Hotel Niko displayed this information at reception for people who do not travel that often or come from countries that are not accustomed to paying a city tax.

2. Flavoured tap water is available all day until the restaurant opens for dinner, at which point the jugs of water mysteriously vanish. On our first night, this was a little confusing - especially when we asked our waiter for tap water with dinner and he proceeded to tell us that there was ‘no tap water’, that the water and juice machines from breakfast were ‘not working’ and that we would have to pay for bottled water at dinner if we wanted to have anything to drink at all. Then, at breakfast, the machines magically work again and the restaurant even provides sparkling wine for free with your breakfast. All in all, this seemed a little strange and quite dishonest. It might be better to not provide any tap water at all through the day; at least then people would not feel like they were being ripped off and lied to. Please bear in mind that it will cost you 29 kuna for a .75litre bottle of water at dinner every evening, so for a stay of one week you would need to save over 200 kuna of your holiday money just to have something to drink with dinner.

3. The shuttle bus from the resort to Sibenik is really terrible. It might turn up, it might not. If it turns up it will be very, very late. We were forced to get a taxi which cost us far more than a bus ticket. Alongside this, various taxi-men drive their minibuses into the bus top pretending to be the official bus to Sibenik just to rip you off. This is not Hotel Niko’s fault, merely a suggestion that they change the bus company that they have their arrangement with and inform the taxi companies that their drivers enjoy taking advantage of tourists.

4. Definitely get your ice cream from the hotel itself. They might not have as many flavours but they are far more generous with their servings than the various bars and little restaurants around the resort - plus the bar staff are very, very nice.

5. If you are not from Germany, the amount of German tourists will frustrate you no end. We felt very sorry for the staff at Hotel Niko who have to endure hordes of rude tourists who neither thank them for anything they do, not apologise when they physically push waiters and waitresses out of the way when they are carrying piles of plates so that they can get to the soup station. This did make our stay a little less pleasant because most of the guests were so rude to the staff and that bothered us; it seemed the restaurant staff just had to put up with it. I really hope that management are able to provide their staff with enough job security that the waiters/waitresses can kick people out of the restaurant for being abusive and downright rude. Furthermore, the restaurant provides far more food for German palettes than any other nationality. Stick to the seafood - it is beautiful.

Do not assume that we did not enjoy our holiday. We had a lovely time and the staff really do everything they can to ensure you have a pleasant stay. The porter is beyond friendly and the manager is always available to help. We can’t wait to see what Hotel Niko will look like after its upcoming renovations! With a few minor tweaks regarding the water and a bit of modernisation, Niko will be a top rated hotel.

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Olivia H
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Nikola M, Manager at Amadria Park Hotel Niko, responded to this reviewResponded September 14, 2019

Dear Ohodder,
Thank you for the comment about the stay in our hotel.
Thank you for recognizing our location, we are famous for our sea view of beautiful Adriatic Sea with near islands
We pride ourselves that you recognized friendliness of our hotel staff and the food quality in our restaurant.
"We are sorry for the dissatisfaction with the price of our services. We would like to point out that the hotel is not in the all inclusive concept because we want to offer our guests a choice of individual and transparent services that will be payed only by use. From the description it is apparent that such expectations had been made during the stay, perhaps due to previous experiences in all inclusive hotels and destinations.
Our marketing is alert to your testimonials. We will definitely make it clear that the hotel is on a basic bed and breakfast service that can be upgraded with other services according to the wishes and preferences of each guest."
We would appreciate your next visit as a another chance to improve our performance. We are at your disposal for direct contact.

With best regards,
Nikola Margetić
Hotel Manager

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Reviewed September 5, 2019 via mobile

Lovely hotel on one of the most spectacular beaches I have ever visited.
Delicious food, nice entertainment well kept grounds, exceptionally clean all around.
Rooms tend to be on the small side but this encourages one to explore the outside.
Friendly staff especially Restaurant manager Mate who recommended hiking to interesting spots including Fortress of St Nicholas. Photos included. Thank you Mate would not have done this without your conversation.

Date of stay: September 2019
Trip type: Traveled with family
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Nikola M, Manager at Amadria Park Hotel Niko, responded to this reviewResponded September 5, 2019

Dear eastoemp,
Thank you for your review and for choosing our hotel Niko.
We pride ourselves that you recognized friendliness of our hotel staff and the food quality in our restaurant.
Your praise will be passed to our staff so they can have the extra motivation to create quality every day.
When you're traveling to our area gain soon, don't hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely yours,
Nikola Margetić
Hotel Manager

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