About Concordia Hotel
The Hotel Concordia is the only hotel which is actually situated on the promenade of the UNESCO city of Trogir, between the Kamerlengo fortress and the XIII century convent of St. Dominic. The hotel building is 300 years old, although its interior was restored in 1995 when it was converted into a small family hotel.
Accomodation: There are 10 double bedrooms (which can take an additional bed) and 3 single bedrooms. Most of the bedrooms overlook the sea and the ACI marina. The bedrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with shower/WC, telephone and SAT-TV.
On the ground floor of the hotel there is a small restaurant for breakfast. In the summer time guests can eat their breakfast on the hotel terrace and enjoy the magnificent view over the sea and the promenade.
"All went very smoothly. A beautiful country to visit and its people are very helpful and friendly. The notes provided by Andy were very informative. We took our own satnav and I think we would have struggled without it. Enjoyed all the hotels and the staff were all very friendly and helpful but particularly liked the hotels in Trogir and Hvar. Both of us were very happy with this holiday experience."
M Cole, October 2017
"I did want to say 'thank you' for the arrangements and recommendations you and Dawn made - it really was good and well arranged - and nothing went wrong. OK, the weather closed in earlier than the Croatians expected, so we had a good bit of rain. Andy & Dawn Scase know what they are doing and sorted out a really good trip for us. Their knowledge of itineraries and hotels is first class. Overall price very good considering quality of accommodation. Would definitely use Rediscover again."
P Oakley, October 2013
"At the Hotel Concordia in Trogir we were right in the old city, by the water and within walking distance of all the local sites and excellent restaurants. "
A James, Sept 2016
"Hotel in Zadar was outstanding for service. Had to pay 440kuna parking charge in Trogir as no one told me the parking ticket needed verification. Not good! Although wonderful location in Hvar, we had to pay 200kuna on taxis because of parking location (my wife is unable to walk far). Otherwise a good holiday thanks for organising it."
P Chesterton, September 2013
"We've done road trips round other countries before but this one seemed just a little bit more luxurious. We very much appreciated the taxi transfers from the airport being organised for us already. Likewise, it was fantastic to have the hire care delivered to us and picked up afterwards. These two manoeuvres have caused a lot of hassle in the past. This kind of holiday can be exhausting enough as it is. I also liked that the rooms had been so carefully chosen. It seemed like you'd had a look round the hotels already and requested specific rooms. Obviously, these rooms weren't the cheapest the hotels had to offer, and that's not what we normally book. The hotels were all really easy to find and had good locations, except one we had trouble with. The Korkyra Apartments on Korcula took us till midnight to reach, after catching the last ferry. If we'd come from the short ferry from Orebic, round the corner, it would have been brilliant. But we were coming from Vela Luka and our satnat took us down a pedestrianised road in Korcula town. Otherwise, everything was brilliant and the whole itinerary went according to plan 99% of the time. Even the plans I made for day trips went smoothly. We felt very lucky the whole time. I think Croatia is a country that is really geared up to tourism. They do everything full on, one hundred percent, so everything is as easy as possible for visitors. We hardly had to queue for anything in Plitvice Lakes even though they have 1.3 million visitors per year there."
J Carpreau, August 2016
"We didn’t bother to try and drive to the hotel; we just parked in the public car park as suggested and walked to the hotel. We found our room comfortable if a bit bare. No fridge, no room safe, no kettle - with these it would have full marks. The breakfasts were excellent with omelettes cooked to order and both days we ate on the terrace outside overlooking the seafront. Staff were friendly and helpful but also run the terrace café, so busy! The stairs were steep and narrow but manageable. Altogether a great location and pleasant hotel that we would definitely recommend. Trogir is one of the nicest and most interesting places we visited – an absolute must for anyone driving down the coast. We also visited Primosten en-route to Trogir and loved that location as well."
C Sillett, October 2017
"Many thanks for organising and excellent itinerary and some fantastic hotels. The staff in all the hotels were very friendly and helpful. We would particularly single out the Hotel Korsal on Korcula and the Hotel Concordia in Trogir as super locations. The staff at the hotel in Plitvice were particularly helpful in providing useful information about the lakes area. The only small point of criticism was the final hotel in Dubrovnik where the double bed as two singles with hard wooded edges pushed together ? but that aside a marvellous trip ? thank you."
R Cook, July 2014
"Most hotels were excellent and in good locations, although a couple did not reach the standard of the rest. The holiday was excellent overall and we hope to repeat the experience in the north of Croatia at a later date."
R Jermyn, Oct 2015
"Thoroughly enjoyed! All went like clockwork! Hotels were better than we expected too. Thanks to all your team.."
L Davis, September 2013
"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