Laguna Mediteran is situated within Plava Resort, surrounded by cedar and oak forest. 500 m from the beach, 2 km from Aquacolors water park, 3 km from both Porec center and an aquarium, 5.5 km from Dinopark Funtana theme park and 58.5 km from Pula Airport.
Facilities and services include air conditioning, wireless Internet access, 24 hour reception, car parking (extra charge), restaurant, bar, heated outdoor saltwater swimming pool, heated outdoor kids pool, mini club, children's playground, entertainment room, laundry service (extra charge) and conference room. For extra charge tennis, table tennis, mini golf and other sports activities are available as well.
Rooms feature wireless Internet access, air conditioning, cable/satellite T.V, telephone, fridge (extra charge), safe (extra charge), hairdryer and bathroom with shower.
Please note that some of the above facilities may be closed due to weather / seasonal conditions.
Check-in from : 14:00 pm / Check-out until : 10:00 am
Address: Plava laguna, 52440 Porec (Parenzo), Croatia.
Distance to city centre 3km
Distance to beach 0.5km
Distance to airport 58.5km
Address: 00385 52 415900, Plava laguna, Porec (Parenzo), Croatia
Porec, Istria, Croatia
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Mediteran Hotel is a hotel I have stayed in 4 times in the last 5 years .Always enjoyed my stay and the surrounding bars and restaurants,hope when everything gets back to normal I Can return again .Respect and best wishes to all the management and staff, recommend a visit when all returns to normal .
We went in September 2019 and have been waiting to review this hotel as we have been in dispute with JET2 over compensation (which we eventually received) for no hot water in our room for the first three 3 days of our holiday. We asked to be moved every day and were lied to and fobbed off by the Reception Manager and his unhelpful and miserable staff.On the 4th day we were to a new room where the water was hot.
There were many problems with this hotel as follows, the majority of the staff were very sad looking and did not want to talk to us, we mentioned this to the manager and he said he had many complaints about his staff's attitude, also the staff's accommodation is above the main entrance and whenever we entered the hotel there were staff hanging out of their balconies smoking, which was very offputting and not very nice to see certainly not a welcoming site as you enter the hotel.
To enter the two swimming pools areas you had to walk through a 4 meter square area of 6 inch deep water or negotiate a very thin ledge to go round the water which most people did which was very dangerous. All the sunbeds were hard white plastic no sunbed covers, most keen sunbathers like ourselves had to go and buy sunbed covers and the majority of the other guests did the same, the most you could last out on the hard white plastic sunbeds was about 10 minutes.
The food was geared up for Germans, Russians and Polish guests, fish cooked whole and completely tasteless, frankfurters, etc,etc the list is endless but favouring the East Europeans this hotel is not suitable for British people or Western Europeans.
I have reviewed many hotels all over the world this is the worst one I have ever stayed in I DO NOT recommend anyone to stay here.
As the wife, I have never stayed in such a bad hotel. The food was very poor, our room 67 was in the basement, it was cold and dark and no hot water for 3 days. It was the first time in my life that I wanted to come home after the first day, thank goodness we were only there a week.
For the above reasons we can only give this hotel 1 star.
A big, luxurious hotel in the beautiful Budva. The hotel was big and 2 minutes from the sea front.
It hosted a Balkan night on our visit and for €15 per person you could have unlimited drinks all evening.
For such a big hotel the WiFi was rubbish, coming and going all the time. This was a problem in a non EU country where you are reliant on WiFi to keep in contact with family.
This hotel had wonderful breakfasts, with a chef cooking pancakes and waffles to order.... heaven!