About Bristol Hotel
The luxurious 4-star Hotel Bristol was built in 1906. The elegant hotel is situated in the centre of Opatija, only a few steps from the sea. Recently renovated, the Hotel Bristol continues to glow with its imperial charm, perfectly fitting into the spirit of the city of Opatija. This small town has the longest tourist tradition on the Adriatic Sea. The extraordinary combination of the sea, the mild Mediterranean climate and the mountains behind, make the Kvarner Gulf and the Riviera of Opatija an attractive destination any time of year.
The hotel's architecture reflects its former imperial glory. The magnificent details of the facade and mouldings, wrought-iron balcony and large windows are just one part of the beauty that distinguishes this splendid hotel. Enjoy relaxing moments with an afternoon coffee and delicious pastries in the traditional Viennese-style coffeehouse, Cafe Palme. The professional staff will gladly recommend some of the local specialties. Enjoy the famous old flair of Opatija with relaxing musical accompaniment and a glass of champagne.
Accommodation: The spacious rooms and suites reflect the elegance and luxury of the architectural style. You will be delighted by the warm and colourful fabrics, wooden furniture and exclusively designed bathrooms. From the romantic balconies, your eyes will meet the blue Adriatic Sea and the lush green garden of Park Angiolina.
All 66 comfortable rooms and 12 elegant suites are air-conditioned and equipped with mini-bar, satellite TV, telephone, WLAN, safe deposit box and international 220V outlets.
Restaurant & Cafe: Experience the imperial charm of Opatija in the Viennese-style Café Palme, a quiet oasis for the first morning coffee or tea. Relax in comfort and style next to the large windows while enjoying a refreshing cocktail and delicious pastry. The sunny terrace is the ideal place for those who wish to see and be seen. A wide choice of wines from all regions of Croatia is a good reason to spend an evening with good company in the cafe. Opening hours: 7.00 am - 11 pm
The delicious cuisine of the hotel restaurant will satisfy even the most demanding guests with selected local and international specialties. The restaurant is open daily and serves a rich buffet for breakfast and dinner. Opening hours: 7.00 am - 10.00 pm
Spa & Wellness: The Spa & Beauty area offers a range of facilities such as a fitness studio, steam and dry sauna, and Jacuzzi. Sport and relaxation sessions are possible in the Spa & Beauty area with fitness centre, whirlpool, sauna or beauty treatments. Beauty and massage experts will gladly assist you in finding the right way to relax any tensions you may have. Only cosmetics and products from Skeyndor are used for all treatments.
"We'd just like to thank you for such a well organised holiday you gave us and from which we have just come back from Croatia. The hotels were well chosen - plenty of variety - the routes were well thought out - very scenic - and the local knowledge and research was evident everywhere."
L Needham, UK, August 2016
"The visit to Plitvisc lakes and falls were absolutely spectacular. Driving on the open roads is simple and easy. Through the towns can a little more nerve raking. Having a couple of nights in each place helped keep the pace realistic. Be prepared for limited ability for laundry other than the hotel services. Having 3 nights in Trogir was a little more than needed and would have been better 3 nights based in or nearer to Split as this was where most sights were. Overall it was a very interesting experience and well worth it. Croatia is a beautiful country with plenty of natural sights. Being just before the tourist season had its benefits with things being less busy. Just a few times things were not yet open. Some wonderful memories, I would not hesitate to recommend it to a friend."
G Emblen, Australia, April, 2015
"Thank you for your assistance with our recent trip to Croatia. It was a terrific experience and one of our best trips to date. We particularly enjoyed the week sailing in the islands near Split and the coast of the south. Mostar was a bit of a tough place but worth the day. The hotel was certainly not a highlight but passable for a single night. We loved Perast. Slovenia was less enjoyable unfortunately. I would suggest that you caution people regarding the mandatory sticker required for all vehicles. It cost us 150 Euros as a fine as well as the 15 Euro fee. There are no signs nor clue of this when entering the country. The tags are available at bus stations and post offices apparently. Zagreb is also a good experience and a fine historic city to visit. Driving in Croatia is good although the towns are challenging as is parking. All in all a wonderful experience. We would visit again and perhaps rent a sailboat ourselves. We would be interested in Portugal as a future destination. We travel frequently so welcome suggestions. We have booked October and December already (Mexico) Turkey, Italy and Greece are near term destinations for us as well."
C McNabb, Canada, September 2013
"All arrangements and hotels were excellent. Everything ran smoothly. However, for the benefit of future clients please note that Hotel Derossi in Trogir and Hotel Tuttorosso in Rovinj do not have car parking facilities and public car parks have to be used - this cost £18 for the two nights at Derossi and £30 approx in Rovinj! Also, finding some of the hotels was something of a challenge - even though we had a sat nav in use. Perhaps some more detailed driving directions would be advantageous. Hotel Villa Nova in Hvar is in the complex of old alleyways and a car cannot get near it. We had to do a lot of asking to find it. Anyway, these are just my thoughts, the whole holiday was terrific, and thank you very much for organising it."
J Vause, UK, May 2013