About Mediteran Hotel
The Hotel Mediteran is located close to the centre of Zadar but in an easy to find and convenient area for those on a fly-drive holiday. The staff at the Mediteran are very friendly and welcoming; the hotel is an ideal place for those who want to enjoy a holiday in peaceful surroundings and at the same time be in touch with all the activities in Zadar.
Accommodation: 22 standard rooms and 8 comfort rooms. All rooms are elegant and comfortable and include a/c, heating, telephone, Satellite TV, mini-bar, complimentary internet access and balcony. Some rooms at the rear of the hotel have a sea view.
Facilities: a large choice of excellent fresh food for breakfast, a traditional restaurant with outdoor terrace in summer months, a lobby bar/coffee shop. New swimming pool and sun terrace at rear, tennis courts nearby, small beach a few minutes walk, lots of restaurants and shops within a few minutes stroll. Frequent public bus service into centre for old town is just 5 minutes walk and a 7 minute ride. The hotel has its own large car park at the rear.
"A short note to thank you for helping organise our holiday. We had a great time and thought Croatia was fantastic. Having good weather obviously helps and for us it was superb with the temperatures ideal ? mid to high 20?s. I think we went for one too many changes of hotel on the ?touring? section ie we should have spent an extra day probably in Hvar and possibly Zadar. The car hire was excellent and worked very well for the pick-up and drop-off. The hotels you arranged for us worked out well and, overall, we were pleased with them; perhaps the Marco Polo was a little disappointing but that was more to do with lugging our heavy cases around to the room than the actual quality."
A Wilkinson, Oct 2015
"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
"Hotel Mediteran in Zadar, the staff were (commendably) wonderful in what was the most basic hotel on our trip, making our stay there enjoyable. We just didn't like the location. We also had a lovely day exploring Pag Island during our stay in Zadar (although, again for info, unfortunately, all the island's beaches were closed, as September is already deemed to be out of season)."
T Jascourt, Sept 2016
"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
"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, May 2013
"Received excellent service and advice from Andy and Dawn Scase at Rediscover the World on this trip. You may quote us! Any queries we made from Australia to Andy and Dawn in England were answered promptly and efficiently. Able to fit in an extra person at short notice. Trip advice on sites, hotels, detours etc resulted in a well paced and rewarding experience in Croatia."
J Veilands, June, 2015
"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
"We returned from Croatia yesterday and I wanted to email and thank you for organising us such a fantastic holiday. Everything ran like clockwork. We had great taxi drivers who showered us with knowledge and information, we found all the hotels with no trouble, we absolutely loved every place we visited and marvelled how each one was different from the previous, we found the staff at most hotels were incredibly friendly and helpful and the sun shone every day! I would just like to mention the staff at Villa Tina and the reception staff at Hotel Mediteran were particularly charming and helpful and went out of their way to make sure we knew where we were going, what buses to catch, where we could park the car for free etc. We were amazed at our fabulous room with a brilliant view in Hotel Concordia. This was our favourite stopover mainly because of the position. The only blip was having to queue for five and a half hours for the ferry from Hvar to the mainland in the blistering heat. Apparently this is normal during high season but it meant we had very little time at Mali Ston which was such a shame as it was so gorgeous. We would most certainly use your company again. You have got the formula spot on and your attention to detail was excellent. We felt very well supported. I have already recommended you to friends and sometime in the future we will try out Morocco. Many thanks once again."
Y O'Brien, August 2014
"Dawn and I had some discussion about whether we should go for a hotel nearer the centre of Zadar. We're glad we stayed with the Mediteran as the taxis were very efficient and cheap - either 45 or 50 kuna."
R Golding, June, 2017
"Arrangements were superb - no problems at all. Had a great time & loved the country! If we were to repeat the holiday one less day in Bol and an extra day in Mali Ston would be better. Hotel Ostrea and Mali Ston are an absolute delight! Top marks for Miric Inn, Plitvice too. Very friendly & welcoming and HUGE dinners! Dubrovnik old town was heaving with tourists, so staying some distance away at Hotel More was perfect. Easy to get to old town by bus so distance was no problem. Hotel Palace in Zagreb was good as was Mediteran in Zadar Thanks for the recommendations - they were spot on!!"
B Wheeler, June, 2015