Croatian Tourism News

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik to reopen following renovations

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik to reopen following renovations

13 April 2018 Hotel News

The five-star Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik is to re-open its doors on the April 15th after a major refurbishment of its interiors. Originally opened in 1897 and located on the doorstep of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the hotel that revolutionised contemporary hospitality in Croatia has been restored to its former glory.

Canopy by Hilton Zagreb to open in late 2018

Canopy by Hilton Zagreb to open in late 2018

13 February 2018 Hotel News

Hilton and Zagreb City Hotels have announced development plans for Canopy by Hilton Zagreb. The project, featuring Hilton’s hotel brand that redefines the lifestyle hotel category, is scheduled to open in late 2018.

Emirates set to launch daily flights to Croatia

Emirates set to launch daily flights to Croatia

14 January 2017 Airline News

Emirates will further expand its European network with the introduction of a daily flight from Dubai to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, from June 1st, 2017. The new south-east European destination will be served by an Emirates Boeing 777-300 aircraft, the only wide-body service operating to/from Zagreb.

Spike in British visitors to Croatia

Spike in British visitors to Croatia

The Croatian National Tourist Board has released tourism data, revealing a significant 36 per cent increase in UK overnight stays so far in 2016 compared to 2015. According to official data collected by the National Statistical Office, between January and April this year Croatia achieved 28,080 arrivals and 97,111 overnight stays from the UK, compared to 21,292 arrivals and 70,952 overnights stays in the same period last year.

Croatia set to welcome private cultural destination to island of Obonjan

Croatia set to welcome private cultural destination to island of Obonjan

17 March 2016 Tourism News Spa News

An innovative new destination concept is taking shape on a private island off the coast of Croatia. Untouched for ten years, but once known as ‘the island of youth’, Obonjan island is now being reimagined to introduce a summer-long fusion of art and culture, music and entertainment, food and wellbeing within a carefully curated creative programme that will grow and expand with each year of operation.