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7 Of The Best Hotel Bars In Croatia

Croatia is home to some incredible wines and their native brandy known as rakia. Try the country’s best while visiting its most notable region.

These best hotel bars in Croatia are perfect for a nightcap.

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1. Hotel Excelsior

This Dubrovnik is truly luxurious, and its Prora Beach Restaurant is well suited for a drink. It’s set right on the water and has incredible views of Old Town. Book a table in advance and order a bottle of some of Croatia’s best wine from a region nearby.

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2. Le Méridien Lav, Split

In Split, visit the 7 Palms Restaurant at Le Méridien Lav. They have a wonderful selection of Croatia’s best wines. The elegant and modern decor is sun-drenched, which is the perfect complement to the Adriatic right at the foot of the restaurant. It’s a great end to the day.

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3. Esplanade Hotel

A historic hotel in Croatia’s capital, Zagreb, the Esplanade is like stepping back in time to Old World charm and elegance. Visit Esplanade 1925, the hotel’s bar and lounge, for an expertly-made cocktail. Order gemist, a white wine spritzer, during the summer for a refreshing pick-me-up that locals live on.

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4. Kempinski Hotel Adriatic Istria

This Istrian escape hosts a beautiful hotel bar, the Adriatic Bar. Sit under the modern glass chandelier and watch the knowledgable bartenders at work. For a dessert cocktail, order the Tiramisu.

5. Grand Park Hotel Rovinj

At the Grand Park Hotel in Rovinj, visit the Viva Eufemia Lobby Bar. It’s a beautiful atmosphere with a lively crowd. Complete with a private cigar lounge, a large terrace and an expansive drink menu, it’s a great spot in Istria.

6. Hotel Park Split

This Split hotel features an elegant drinking hole, the Imperial Bar. The elegant bar offers a wide range of drinks. It’s a wonderful place for a pre-dinner drink or a digestif after dinner. Order your favourite classic here.

7. The Pucic Palace

Situated right in Old Town Dubrovnik, The Pucic Palace cannot be beaten for location. Sit at the Terrace La Capella for alfresco drinking and breathtaking views of the surrounding sights. Settle in with a glass of Croatia’s wonderful white wine and sip as you watch people go by.

Molly Harris

Molly Harris is a freelance travel journalist dividing her time between the United States and the Western Balkans.

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