New hotel opens on Brac island in Croatia

New hotel opens on Brac island in Croatia

Published at: 2019-05-16 09:50 | Author: CIJ Serbia
Following a €1.5m renovation, the former Palaca Deskovic Hotel on the Croatian island of Brac was reopened. The hotel was rebranded as Puteus Palace. It offers nine two-bedroom superior rooms and six apartments as well as a restaurant, wine bar, wellness center and jacuzzi. There is also on-site parking and a marina with 50 berths. The investor is Kredenca, which paid €1.5m to take over the property.

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