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New investments in resorts and hotels in Croatia after record breaking season

Written by  Nov 28, 2016

The record breaking 2016 season has launched an avalanche of new investments in Croatia's tourism. More than 4.3 billion Kunas will be invested in the reconstruction of old hotels and the construction of new ones from Dubrovnik to Istria but also in the Croatian capital.

Tourism companies to invest in the Croatian tourism industry have announced that many hotels will be opened in 2017, whilst some bigger project are due for 2018. One of the largest projects is the construction of the new Park Hotel in Rovinj in Istria, an investment worth around 600 million Kunas. The Adris Group will invest in the project which was recently declared as a project of strategic interest for Croatia.

On the other hand, Liburnia Riviera Hotels will build Remisens Hotel Giorgio II in Icici near Opatija; the tourist company Jadran JSC has announced the recontruction of the Hotel Esplanade in Crikvenica, whilst the Jadranka Group will build Eco Golf Resort Matalda on the island of Cres after the government declared the expansion of the Mali Losinj Airport as a strategic project.

The Turkish Dogus Group will build the first Hyatt hotel in Croatia and on the Adriatic coast in the city of Zadar, whilst in Tucepi in the Split-Dalmatia County, the global travel company TUI plans to enter the Croatian market with its new luxury brand TUI Blue. The brand will include the renovated Jadran Hotel, which is part of the Bluesun Hotel Group.
The Avenue Group is to invest in one of the largest investments in the Croatian tourism industry - the Kupari resort near Dubrovnik.

In early 2017, Zagreb will get the four-star Le Premier Hotel, whose construction is being finished in the centre of the city.

The Voice of Dubrovnik


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