The Adriana is a boutique hotel located on Hvar harbour, and it certainly has what it takes to seduce the most demanding and trendy guest. Designer, sophisticated, extremely comfortable and with a flawless service, there is really nothing to be said against this 4-star hotel!
The hotel is on Hvar's harbour, in the heart of the old city. Restaurants, bars and shops can be found a few steps from the hotel.
The hotel does not have a car park, but it is possible to park behind the building in a public car park. The hotel will show you the way to this free car park (with paying car park costs at around ?15 a day, it is well worth it!)
The hotel is a member of the "Small Luxury Hotels of the World" and you can see why!
The big white building is a bit too modern in relation to the rest of the harbour, but the advantage is that you're staying in it, so you don't necessarily notice this fact. The level of comfort and the atmosphere of the place are felt before even crossing the threshold. There is a large terrace in front of the building, with couches on one side and tables and chairs on the other, all giving directly on to the harbour. The reception is surrounded by designer armchairs, confirming the luxurious atmosphere of place already conveyed from the outside. Apart from the restaurant and bar, which are on the ground floor, everything takes place upstairs. On the 3rd floor, a spa that would not look amiss in a top class hotel can proudly open its doors to even the most seasoned of spa users. On the floor above, there is an internal sea water swimming pool, a bar with seating designed by the famous designer Stark, a terrace with ultra-comfortable couches and - most important of all - a magnificent view over Hvar's harbour, its old buildings, church and, in the distance, gardens. On the 5th and last floor, well-being is taken care of. There is a terrace where yoga lessons take place; there are massage huts and another large terrace with sofas for evenings hosted by the nightclub.
There are two types of room: "superior" and "suite". Both are average in size, and every room has a view over the harbour or the garden. Of course, the view of the harbour is far more pleasant, if not exceptional. These rooms have the inconvenience of being noisier, however, because it is in the harbour area of course that people go out drinking in the evening until they are completely unaware of the sound of their own voices.
As regards the decoration and the atmosphere, the rooms are designer, just like the rest of the hotel. They have a spacious glass wardrobe allowing a purple light to shine in, a bathroom with smoked glass partitions and a photo of a naked woman on the wall, a flat screen television, many original and stylish lights, a mini-bar and a white desk with a stylish chair.The bathrooms are equipped with a shower with two handles, hospitality products, a magnifying mirror and a hair-dryer kept in the cupboard beside the wardrobe (these things matter!) The toilets are separate.
The buffet breakfast is taken on the terrace overlooking the harbour or inside, where it is cooler. The menu consists of cereals, a selection of freshly sliced fruit, eggs and bacon. There are of course, pastries, bread rolls and jam. For lunch and dinner, there is one restaurant downstairs and another on the roof. The cuisine is sophisticated and blends local and international ingredients. As for the prices, they are a bit steep.
The hotel does not have its own beach, but guests can use the Amfora resort beach, which is a few minutes away on foot.
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