Booked this All Inclusive hotel as a late deal, having booked flights to Pula first.
The location looked good and it seemed good value for money for a family of four.
The hotel is made up of four blocks of rooms. We stayed in block 1, rooms 172 & 174 which overlooked the tennis courts and the pool restaurant.
The two rooms had an interconnecting door between them, so it was ideal for me and my wife in the double and our kids in the twin next door. This mean't we had two balconies, two bathrooms and a TV each.
The rooms were clean and a reasonable size, but just a little bit basic and a little dated.
Food and drink was freely available all day and most of the night, both in the main restaurants and in the 'Fresh Corner' bar and restaurant near the pool. Food was good quality, fresh and there was plenty of it.
It didn't matter to us so much, but during the week we seemed to be the only Brits, so our kids didn't have other British kids to make friends with. The majority of the guests being German, Austrian, Dutch and Slovenian.
The All Inclusive deal includes free sports, including tennis, mini-golf, bikes, table tennis, canoes, pedalo's & trampolines.
The staff were great and looked after us very well indeed. We enjoyed our stay and think it is a good hotel. We had a hire car & so often drove the 6 miles or so to Porec in the evening.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The all-Inclusive Funtana pavilions cascade gently to the rocky beach and azure waters. Minutes away from Vrsar`s Old Town, Funtana is a place for people who want to escape their worries for a few days. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Funtana Hotel Vrsar