About Palace Derossi Hotel
The Derossi Palace is situated just a few steps from Trogir's north gate. This boutique hotel's style is a mix of Renaissance and classicism; a pleasant atmosphere of a modern hotel in an antique palace. There are actually 6 former stone-built mansions connected to form the Palace Derossi.
Accommodation: the DeRossi offers luxurious, high quality rooms. Some rooms [Royal Rooms] are equipped with antique furniture dating back to the 19th century and belong to the family’s inheritance. Depending on their interior differences, the rooms are classified into the following categories: Standard, Superior, Suite and Royal. They offer a secluded and private atmosphere and every moment spent in the hotel will be a unique and unforgettable experience.
The Reception desk and the central courtyard are framed by houses all around; in the northern and eastern sections rooms are equipped and decorated with antique furniture, in the western part they are more rustically decorated, while in the southern part there are modern equipped standard rooms and one apartment. All rooms are air-conditioned with private bathroom and satellite TV, while the apartment has a kitchen and a bathroom with jacuzzi.
The Palace Derossi now offers cookery classes and excursions by boat.
"Hotel Astoria in Zagreb - Good; Miric Inn in Plitvice - Good; Hotel Mediteran in Zadar - Excellent.... other hotels - Skradinski Buk, Krka - good location but awful room. Hotel Palace Derossi - very friendly, good location, difficult parking, breakfast not so good. Hotel Croatia, Hvar - fantastic location. Hotel Kriva Cuprije I - difficult parking, great hotel and really friendly staff. Hotel Lero - comfortable and food choice very good. Fantastic choice of locations to visit in Croatia, and well organised."
J Parker, UK, October 2014
"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
"Thank you for organising a brilliant holiday for us. We returned half an hour early on Easy Jet yesterday. The 5 hotels were excellent, car parking worked well and we were bowled over by Croatia in general. It's a shame so much of Zadar is pst ww2, but what an excellent hotel! Luxe in Split was a great choice, modern, chic and well positioned. We loved Trogir. Hvar was the highlight, once we mastered the kerb at the car park which was a story in itself! The drive across Hvar was great fun and the mountain road is brand new. The ferry q was 4 hours .... After Mali Ston, it will be a while before I can eat more mussels and oysters, but what a great evening we had. We drove thru Bosnia, as we had eaten our day in the ferry q, which was not an issue at all. Dubrovnik was sensational and the Bellevue great. Nice people, great food, lift to the beach, great swimming, friendly taxis. So superior to Portugal and Spain and the wines were delicious. Even the red."
K & M Falconer, UK, August 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