About Odisej Hotel
The Odisej Hotel is located inside the National Park at Pomena and is an excellent choice for those who want a good quality hotel and a peaceful holiday. Situated in a beautiful harbour with wonderful views and access to the beach. The salt water lakes are within easy reach as is the boat service to St Mary's Island. As well as exploring the wonders of the natural environment in the area you could also enjoy one of many water-sports, including scuba diving, on offer.
Accommodation: all rooms have air-conditioning, bathroom with shower and WC, satellite TV, hair-dryer and baclony or terrace. Family rooms available which are two double bedrooms sharing a bathroom, kitchenette and balcony.
Total rooms are as follows: - 17 Classic rooms; 29 Classic rooms with balcony; 17 Superior rooms with sea view/balcony; 88 Deluxe rooms with sea view/balcony; 2 Premium rooms with balcony; 2 Family rooms with sea view/balcony; 2 Executive Suites with sea view/balcony
Facilities: childrens pool, dive centre and beach bar are all within easy reach. There are also places to eat nearby such as the Calypso Tavern and a pizzeria.
"We found the hotel in Mljet a bit dated and scruffy and the food was average. "
L Coomber, Sept 2016
"The entire holiday was wonderful, more than we had imagined. Croatia is a very beautiful country. Every town/city we visited was a picture postcard. One of our memorable events was taking the ferry from Trogir to the small island of Drvenik Veli. After walking in the sun for 1 hour to a fish restaurant we came to the end of the road and a small building which turned out to be a private residence. We had walked in the wrong direction. The owner of the home turned out to be a journalist from Germany. We had a great visit with her, swam in the Adriatic at her private beach and then she drove us to the restaurant that would have been a 2 hour walk in the sun. It was a great afternoon, wonderful food and interesting company. Don't hesitate to visit the smaller islands on day trips. Learn about the history of each place through walking tours. Relax and enjoy the coast and swimming in the Adriatic. The island of Mljet is definitely worth a visit. We talked to many local people and bought their goods, such as fresh figs, sugared almonds and homemade Grappa. We also went to Konoba restaurants wherever we could to support family businesses. Excellent. We highly recommend this type of holiday to anyone travelling to Croatia. Driving is easy. Don't hesitate to do it. It is breath taking to drive along the coast."
R Browne, September 2013