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.
"Wow what an amazing holiday. Great service everywhere and everyone very helpful Excited to get an upgraded vehicle to boot. No issues at all. Maybe could have known that the resort in the National Park took only cash and wanted Euros in particular. The food was really outstanding in all places and the tiny room in Trogir was quite acceptable as the weather was fantastic. Thank you Andy for such excellent service around all of your detailed work before and your help with the Croatia Air missed flight due to weather. The transfer men were lovely and helpful."
E Sayle, Canada, October 2017
"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, UK, October 2017
"Just a quick note to say what a fabulous time we had in Croatia. The hotels chosen where fabulous particularly Hotel Lero in Dubrovnik, Hotel Korsal in Korcula, Hotel Mediterran in Zadar and Hotel Degenya in Plitvice (the pool had only been opened 10 days). The days we were driving where really easy and the best route form Korcula to Split is definately better by ferry. I understand that the border crossings with Bosnia can be a pain and lengthy at times. Got to see all my Games of Thrones sites apart from the Aborteum just outside Dubrovnik - think we missed the signs. There was only one error and that was the Hotel Edens fault - they did not have a twin room for the kids - they were fully booked, so could not change. But other than that no problems. "
S Syder, UK, June, 2017
"Hotel Mediteran, Zadar. Our least favourite of all the places. The hotel was OK but on a main road which was actually quite noisy as our room was at the front. It has an awkward entrance as you have to go up a flight of stairs to the main door and there are also a number of steps up and down from the car park and there is no lift inside the hotel - we were on the first floor so had to haul our luggage up another flight of stairs. As it is a large town and the hotel is on a main road it doesn't really feel like a holiday destination and we wished we had had another night in Tisno and only one in Zadar. We visited Pag Island from here - it was bit like the moon..... very glad we weren't staying there but enjoyed seeing it and went to a cheese factory for something to do and had a personal guided tour and cheese tasting - it was actually really good."
K Saville, UK, June, 2017
"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, UK, June, 2017
"good all round with exceptionally helpful staff."
T Lambie, UK, May, 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, UK, Sept 2016
"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 one in Zadar wasn’t pretty, but had the best and most friendly and welcoming staff we’ve ever met. "
K Brazier, UK, August 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, UK, August 2016