1st Croatian wine hotel opens in Vrbnik on Krk island

The first wine hotel in Croatia, situated in the town of Vrbnik on the northern island of Krk, opened its doors to guests on Wednesday, and this project, worth 36 million kuna, was launched by the wine-making families Toljanic and Brusic.

The hotel called "Gospoja" is situated on a cliff above the sea. It has 22 rooms with 58 beds and offers other amenities.

The hotel promotes Croatian wines.

Last update: Wed, 24/08/2016 - 13:39

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