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Where to stay in Rovinj

In and around the town there are numerous hotels, ranging from two to five star ones. However, most hotels belong to the same company - Maistra. Hotels in Rovinj are somewhat more expensive than the ones in the rest of Istrian towns. You can expect prices higher by 10-20% compared to the same range accommodation in Porec. You pay for the top destination. There are two new five-star hotels here - a designer hotel Lone and a luxury hotel Monte Mulini. Both are great! If you are not staying there, you can at least go for a cup of coffee at these hotels. On Sundays, hotel Lone offers a buffet with desserts ( for six euro per person you can have as much desert as you wish, and a hot beverage). The old town offers numerous apartment rentals, as well as smaller hotels. Prices vary depending on the time of the year. For example, a room for two at the five-star Lone hotel in winter is around 110 euro per night, while the same room might cost you up to 350 euro in August..

Where to stay in Rovinj

The most desirable places to stay in Rovinj are the old town and the slopes of the Zlatni rt forest park. Outside the old town there are residential areas which are a good option for parking. Staying in the old town is also desirable if you are coming by bus, because your apartment will probably be near the bus station and you could easily get there on foot. In the old town various bars, coffee houses and restaurants are suitable for the night life lovers. The old town is also interesting in the morning; if you get up early enough you can watch the fishermen bringing their catch ashore.

The downside of staying in the old town is that parking is not allowed in the pedestrian zone. Parking is located in the immediate vicinity, just outside the old city, nearby the port where the ferries from Venice arrive. Parking in Rovinj is not affordable. Have in mind that you will have to pay around five kuna an hour, so if you manage to have the parking included in the price of your accommodation, it would save you a lot of money.

The town has a good WiFi hot spot coverage. Numerous bars and restaurants also offer WiFi. However, you will often have to ask for a password. Private accommodation usually includes WiFi, and it's also available in four and five-star hotels. The rest of the hotels fall somewhat behind where offering free internet is concerned.



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