Pula hotels are the ideal place to enjoy a relaxing Mediterranean break. Croatia's Pula hotels are also the perfect venue for business meetings, special events and social gatherings, with an extensive range of facilities available to guests. Pula hotels offer a warm welcome to families, with entertainment programs, sporting facilities, swimming pools and the convenient option of all-inclusive holidays. Hotels in Pula have blue flag beaches right on the doorstep, perfect for water sports enthusiasts.
||Park Plaza Histria Located on the south side of Croatia's Istrian Peninsula, the completely refurbished Park Plaza Histria is open all year round, and offers a wide range of high standard amenities including a large conference center, tennis courts, 5-a-side football pitches, swimming pools, sauna and spa. |
||Hotel Brioni Like many hotels in Pula Croatia, the Hotel Brioni, located near the center of historic Pula, is right by the sea, and guests can enjoy stunning sea views, with beautiful blue flag beaches just meters away. The outdoor terrace bar, shop, sauna and hotel restaurant as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools are welcome amenities.|
||Hotel Park Visitors searching for all-inclusive hotels in Pula Croatia should check out the Hotel Park, one of our Pula hotels located 4km from the center of town, just 50 meters from some excellent beaches. The hotel boasts two outdoor swimming pools, overlooked by a sun terrace – and surrounded by pine trees.|
||Guest House Hotel Riviera Of the many Pula hotels, the Hotel Riviera stands out for its character, since it is housed within a magnificent 19th century neo-Baroque style building in the historic center. Well-appointed guest rooms feature balconies affording superb views of Pula Harbor, and the old town. On-site amenities include a café bar and events room.|
Pula, a city located to the very south of the Istrian Peninsula, is a Mediterranean coastal resort, popular for its sunny climate and pristine beaches. The town has a fascinating historical center, with roots dating back to Roman times – as can be seen with the remains of the Roman Forum, the Temple of Augustus and the Roman Amphitheater – one of the best preserved amphitheaters in the world – available to view. Pula Istria has been attracting the rich and famous throughout its history – Dante, Andrea Palladio and Michelangelo have all passed through. There are plenty of hotels in Pula Croatia in order to cater for the ever increasing numbers of incoming tourists - and most Pula hotels are modern and well-equipped.