This luxury Croatian island resort has been named as one of the world’s best hotels, here’s why…

If you’re considering Croatia as a travel destination post pandemic, shortlist Maslina Resort, on the picturesque Croatian island of Hvar. It’s just been named one of the World’s Best New Luxury Hotels 2020. 

Having opened in this summer, Maslina Resort is a new Relais & Chateaux property, located in the stunning Maslinica Bay, near Stari Grad, one of the oldest towns in the Eastern Adriatic. Surrounded by olive groves and lush pine forests, Maslina Resort promises a personalised, friendly and authentic experience in stunning surroundings. 

Surrounded by olive groves and terraced vineyards, Maslina Resort has 50 rooms and three villas and stretches across two hectares of lush pine forest overlooking the crystalline Adriatic Sea.  

Surrounded by olive groves and terraced vineyards, Maslina Resort overlooks the crystalline Adriatic Sea…  

According to review portal Luxury Travel Intelligence, the resort ‘significantly outperformed its competitors to be ranked in the top ten, with the strict judging process centred on an in-depth evaluation of the skills and services on offer.’

The resort says it’s also committed to the preservation of this natural environment, having recently become a member of the sustainable tourism company Green Pearls. 

“Maslina Resort is delighted to be confirmed as one of the ‘World’s Best New Luxury Hotels 2020’. Every detail of the resort has been designed to enhance the mental wellbeing of its guests, evident in the contemporary architecture which blends seamlessly into the landscape,” says Zoran Pejovic, Development Director of Maslina Resort. “The spacious light-filled rooms and suites and contemporary villas provide a luxury sanctuary for guests to unwind and take in the stunning views of the crystalline Adriatic Sea. The meticulous design of Maslina Resort has been curated for families, children, friends and couples to enjoy.” C 

Well served by airlines, from many regional and London airports direct to Split, flight time is approximately two hours and 30 minutes. From Split Airport, the transfer by speed boat takes 30-35 minutes. Dubrovnik and Brač airports are also nearby.  

Prices start from €300.00 per night, based on two adults sharing.

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