New Croatian hotel makes Forbes list of 9 most dreamy hotels to open in the Mediterranean in 2022

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New Croatian hotel on Forbes list of the 9 dreamiest in the Mediterranean opening in 2022

(Photo credit: Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa)

A new hotel to open next month in the Istrian town of Novigrad is on Forbes’ list of the 9 most dreamy Mediterranean hotels to open in 2022.

The new luxurious Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa, which will open in April 2022, is a reconstruction of the old Villa Rainis.

“The hotel is a reconstruction of the old Villa Rainis, which was built around 1900 and is named after the Rainis family who moved from Venice to Novigrad in the 19th century. A member of the Small Luxury Hotels network, the Palazzo Rainis offers 16 rooms and suites, a state-of-the-art spa and the gourmet Croatian restaurant Chemistry. Forbes writing.

The Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa was among the 9 hotels opened this year in Greece, Spain, Italy and Israel to appear on the Forbes list.

One of the most prestigious Croatian architectural studios, the Atellior studio, was responsible for the reconstruction of the Palazzo Rainis hotel.

“Only the best materials were used for the reconstruction and careful attention was paid to every detail. From the luxuriously equipped rooms, the view overlooks the sea. For breakfast, you can enjoy carefully selected Istrian specialties. The rooms offer sea views, balconies, spacious and richly furnished living areas, modern bathrooms with walk-in showers. Newspaper noted.

The top Croatian chef, Tom Gretić, is responsible for the menu of the gastronomic restaurant Chemistry. Besides Chemistry, the Potions bar will serve the best Croatian and Istrian wines, liqueurs and spirits.

You can also discover the beauties of Istria by yacht as well as the islands of the nearby Brijuni National Park, the Lim Channel, Cape Kamenjak and enjoy a romantic cruise around Rovinj.

More information about the Palazzo Rainis Hotel & Spa can be found on the website here.


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