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Hrvatskih Zrtvava 147, Donji Seget 21218 Croatia
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#1 of 6 hotels in Donji Seget

Hotel is situated in very peaceful surroundings, very near the sea, about 2 km from city of Trogir, 28 km from city of Split and about 7 km from airport Split and about 50 m from the main road. Hotel was built in 1962, but it was very nicely renovated in 2005. Hotel has main building with reception, restaurant, TV room, bar, grill pizzeria and 16 rooms, and 5 blocks with 124 rooms, about 20-30m from sea and beach. All rooms in blocks are with balcony, seaside, with air condition, sat.TV, phone and hairdryer. Rooms in main building don't have balconies! We have parking place next to hotel!

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Paid private parking on-site
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Car hire
Street parking
Public wifi
Outdoor pool
Fence around pool
Breakfast buffet
Currency exchange
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Ironing service
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English, Croatian, German, Hungarian and 1 more
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zimbaSidmouth wrote a review 10 Sep
Sidmouth, United Kingdom46 contributions41 helpful votes
I imagine this hotel was very grand in it’s day but is now very tired. It has its own dock with steps down to the sea. The sea is beautifully clear and you can see to the floor. The hotel has 140 rooms and the week we were there there was 4 English rooms, the food is obviously made for the majority as we (personally) and the other English we spoke to found the food horrendous, cold, at best luke warm, sometimes not even sure what the hell it was, thus most of the English ate out lunch and dinner. Saying that the other guests seemed very happy with there meals. Our room 003 had marks on the carpet and the furniture and a hole kicked in the door. The bed was clean and comfortable, towels were not changed all week. Sheets were changed every other day. Air con worked but not very well. The pool was clean and lots of sun beds available. We saw no kids club or salon going on, and entertainment was a guy and a girl playing music off a laptop and dancing together for a few minutes each day, and all of Saturday night. It’s a very peaceful place, you could relax well and enjoy the quiet, but to get to anywhere you need the taxi boat or a fair walk to Trogir. Recommend Goldys for food and Mikkis in Trogir!!
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Ushuo wrote a review Aug 2021
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Great hostel with view on the sea. Private bar and easy access to the city and the marina. Lovely employees, specially the young lady that welcomed us. Unfortunatly couldnt put pictures since it is boind to 5mo max and all my photo were Taken with a proper caméra. Regards, Julien.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
panky2015 wrote a review Sep 2020
Kettering, United Kingdom10 contributions6 helpful votes
Stayed half board 11 nights from 13th aug block 3 (304) ground floor facing the sea 30 yards away. Room adequate with air conditioning included which was useful as v hot at times.Hotel coping well with virus had to queue to get food at meal times so tried to go when less people about. Food good, could go up several times so plenty to eat. Restaurant staff doing good job under circumstances, they wore masks but for the customers it was optional inside. Reception staff all spoke good english and helpful, younger restaurant staff could speak good english. Maids friendly, efficient but we didnt need them everyday although they would have come. Entertainment limited to one father/son? duo playing local music once a week. Didnt use the pool but looked nice and well used by families. Went in sea every day some areas where rocks it was slippy so went in from hotel platform which had 3 sets of steps into the sea - no sandy beach here and large roped off area for bathers. Main town Trogir can get to on water taxi for 20 kuna (£2.50) single one way. Takes 20 mins from beach 50 yards from hotel and go right to the old town where the posh boats moor. Or can walk part the way into Trogir along the beach apart from the last bit where have to go in land and walk along the main road takes about 40 mins to get to Trogir market with the rest of the old town a little further. Between the hotel and sea is a promenade - left to seget village/marina then Trogir, or right to Medina beach 25 mins.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Alicia wrote a review Aug 2019
The Hague, The Netherlands46 contributions2 helpful votes
We went here in high season. The hotel is a little old, but you don't pay that much and for the price you pay the rooms are decent. Not perfect, one of the lamps in our room wasn't working and the curtains couldn't open all the way, but the cleaning ladies did a good job and it was clean with a nice view over the sea. The breakfast was alright, some days better than others. We always were there very early and there were lots of options. Having dinner gave us a whole other experience: everyone was there at 19:00 to be the first and we felt like prisoners in line for their food. The food was alright (this also varied from day to day), but this experience was terrible. There were a lot of people taking a lot of food all at once and throwing half of it away, but obviously the hotel couldn't really do anything about this. The Italian beach-restaurant is very good and I would recommend eating there as well one day. Regarding the location, for us (couple, early-twenties) there wasn't much to do. You could take the water taxi to Trogir, but this city is very small and around the hotel wasn't much to see. To relax for a bit this place is very good, but don't expect too much possibilities to hike or see more of Croatie than the coast (except for when you rent a car, which we didn't).
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
hornseagirl wrote a review Oct 2018
East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom42 contributions55 helpful votes
Just back from 2 weeks stay at the Hotel Jadran in Seget Donji... or, as my partner who couldn’t pronounce it called it... leggy donkey - hence the title! We found the hotel to be of a fairly good standard if you don’t require too much in the way of entertainment or facilities (especially in the low season). All rooms are sea facing and we had paid a very small supplement for a high floor room - but my tip would be to not do this, as the lower floors actually have a better view through the trees - although you do get a private screened off balcony on the top floor - rather than the wide terrace running along the lower floors, which were a bit more open, and anyone straying from their part of it could possibly see into your room (see hotel photos). Unlike a previous reviewer, we found the food to be of a good standard. The salads we had were excellent, and always had 'extras' to choose from i.e. cold meats, 2 or 3 different cheeses and always little individual pots of a mixed salad of some sort such as tuna, Greek or barley salad etc. There was always a standard cut of meat such as beef or pork, a fish dish, pasta, and usually something a bit more 'adventurous' such as black squid ink risotto that is 'traditional' in that area and looks disgusting, but is actually very tasty... I'd always wanted to try it but never dared order it in a restaurant, so here was my opportunity... delicious! The only negative re the dining room was that we were more or less 'pushed outside' on a couple of nights when 2 or 3 large tour groups descended - who, I hasten to add, were no problem in themselves, but they closed the WHOLE dining room off for them, leaving only 2 small tables for four people left inside... and these groups didn’t even appear until most of the other diners had finished anyway... I think it could have been organised better with maybe asking guests to stick to a certain sitting for a couple of days... goodness knows what they would have done if it had been raining. We had some wonderful walks in the area to Trogir, Čiovo island and Seget Vranjica, as well as using the cheap water taxi that runs into Trogir from where you can get another ferry to Split etc. We were a bit disappointed that although it was still nice and warm and sunny most of the little bars and cafes near the Hotel had closed up by the time we left on the 9th. October - and as the Hotel lounge lacked atmosphere we were in bed by 8.30pm every night! We hired a car from Nova rent a car in Trogir for 3 days... I can recommend them as trustworthy - no complaints from us! Overall a fine hotel for the money, with lovely staff, but if you require 24/7 entertainment and facilities, this is not the hotel for you... especially at the end of September/early October when everything was closing down. Thank you to all the staff at the Hotel Jadran for welcoming us back to wonderful Croatia.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$64 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
CroatiaDalmatiaSplit-Dalmatia CountyDonji Seget
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Jadran
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Jadran?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Jadran?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Jadran?
Yes, paid private parking on-site and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Jadran?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sunčana Dalmacija, Frankie, and Segetski Dvori.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Jadran?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Is Hotel Jadran located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.9 km away from the centre of Donji Seget.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Jadran?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Italian, Croatian, and Hungarian.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Jadran?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Historic City of Trogir (2.4 km), The City Hall - Duke's Palace (2.5 km), and Fortress Kamerlengo (2.2 km).