Grand Hotel Palazzo
Built in 1910 in the style of the Austro-Hungarian Empire the former “Hotel Riviera” was the first hotel in world heritage city of Porec and counted the Austrian nobility for its sophisticated guests.
Maintaining the architecture of that time in 2009. it opened again after extensive renovation and under its new name “Grand Hotel Palazzo“. Now it offers international clientele a wonderful symbiosis of magnificent architecture of the bygone era and the technological conveniences of today’s top hotels.
Surrounded by the deep blue of the Adriatic Sea, with views of the harbor and just steps away from the picturesque town Porec, it offers its international clientele alongside trained, multilingual attentive staff and all the comfort for rest and relaxation:
Elegantly equipped rooms and suites (with flat-screen satellite TV, air-conditioning with heating and cooling function, modern bathrooms with underfloor heating, safe, minibar and free Wi-Fi access), heated outdoor pool with pool bar, an intimate wellness and spa, conference/meeting facilities, restaurant, cafe and bar
The “Grand Hotel Palazzo” is the ideal base for exploring Istria during the whole year, with its picturesque towns and fertile landscapes, wine, olives, truffles and many other delicacies – not to mention the seafood!
All these specialties you can enjoy at restaurant “Parenzo 1910″ with a terrace and bar right on the seafront, meeting point for sun downer drinks at picturesque sunsets followed by a nice dinner and live music if the weather is appropriate (2000 hours of sunshine / year!).
Light Mediterranean cuisine based on local ingredients such as fresh fish, mollusks and crustaceans, Boskarin beef and truffles (Istrian truffles among connoisseurs enjoy international recognition!) Combined with domestic and international wines guarantee culinary delight.
“Istria – the most beautiful side of the Adriatic”
Season I 13.03. – 30.04. / 28.09. – 03.01.16.
Season II 01.05. – 02.07. /31.08. – 27.09.
Season III 03.07.-30.08.
Minimum stay (days) 1 1 1
Release 3 3 1
Halfboard supplement 20 20 NO HB SERVICE
3rd person discount
Child 0 – 1,99 years old 100% 100% 100%
Child 2 – 9,99 years old 50% 50% 50%
Residance tax per person daily by months Adults Children 12 – 17,99 Children 0 – 11,99
I, II, XI, XII 0,60 0,30 Free
III, IV, V, X 0,80 0,40 Free
VI, VII, VIII, IX 1,00 0,50 Free
EARLY BOOKING -10%: For all bookings made till 01.03.2015. (payed till 01.04.2015.)
*It is not possible to reserve room with Half board on 31.12.2015.
**Cancellation after release day: 100%
*** Extra bed for child possible only in: Premium, Superior and Suite
Check in: from 16:00
Check out: till 11:00
Pets: not allowed
Parking: 15,00 Euro per day in front of the hotel (limited); 7,00 Euro per day (2 km from hotel/ unlimited with free shuttle service)
Baby cot: GRATIS
SPA: Free usage of Finnish sauna, steam bath, whirlpool and heated outdoor swimming pool
Clients have 10% discount in a-la-carte restaurant Parenzo 1910 (in hotel), restaurants Holiday and Rialto in Poreč, and restaurant La Rosa in Vrsar.
For staying 7 days and more clients get voucher of 30,00 € per person to spend in rastaurants: Parenzo 1910, Rialto, Holiday and La Rosa
Children and extra beds
- Air condition
- Room service
- Safe deposit box
- Satellite TV
- Sauna with shower
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Mediterranean surroundings, a gentle climate, fertile land and lush vegetation have made Poreč as unique holiday destination in Croatia.
Natural beauty, clean air and sea, small villages and beautiful towns, Istrian hinterland, it is a place where you can relax and enjoy.
Protected natural resources include protected mushrooms, plant and animal species as well as minerals and fossils.
In the Poreč area we find valued nature sites such as two morphological nature monuments, the Baredine Caves and Mark’s Cave, a zoological nature monument at Pinzin’s Cave and a botanical nature monument made up of a group of trees around St. Anne’s Church near Červar.
In these nature attractions it is forbidden to dispose of waste, pick plants, disturb animals or destroy cave formations.
The entire area around Poreč abounds with a varied abundance of indigenous Istrian products as a recognizable reflection of the tradition and culture of this area. You can taste chosen Istrian specialties at restaurants and home taverns.
Olive oil from the area of Poreč has a delicate scent and taste and is a base for Mediterranean cuisine. Poreč’s Malvazija (Malmsey) wine has been renowned since ancient times, and is the pride of the Poreč wine growing region. Aside from white and red wines, there is rakija (brandy) made of fruits and herbs.
Air-dried Istrian prosciutto (cured ham) is a category of culinary gold for itself and you must taste it.
The most valuable cultural property in Poreč, the Euphrasian Basilica, was registered on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997.
Built during the time of Bishop Euphrasius in the 6th century it includes atrium, baptistery, bishop’s palace, mosaics and remains of sacral buildings dating from the 3rd to the 4th centuries. The mosaics which decorate the inside and facade of the church are considered a valuable bequest of Byzantine art.
Poreč in Istria is beautiful town and discover its beauties and history.
Sports & natureIn the Poreč area we find valued nature sites such as two morphological nature monuments, the Baredine Caves and Mark's Cave, a zoological nature monument at Pinzin's Cave and a botanical nature monument made up of a group of trees around St. Anne's Church near Červar. In these nature attractions it is forbidden to dispose of waste, pick plants, disturb animals or destroy cave formations.
Nightlife infoSummer terraces of hotels and restaurants are hosts to various entertainers almost every night as they entice you to demonstrate your dancing skills while lounge and beach bars by the sea offer additional refreshment during hot summer nights
Culture and history infoThe most valuable cultural property in Poreč, the Euphrasian Basilica, was registered on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997. Built during the time of Bishop Euphrasius in the 6th century it includes atrium, baptistery, bishop's palace, mosaics and remains of sacral buildings dating from the 3rd to the 4th centuries. The mosaics which decorate the inside and facade of the church are considered a valuable bequest of Byzantine art.