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Milenij Grand hotel 4 Opatijska cvijeta ****

Grand Hotel 4 opatijska cvijeta is situated in the most attractive part of Opatija, near the sea and very close to 'Angiolina' park, one of the most beautiful parks both in Opatija and Croatia.

The hotel provides a total of 262 rooms with spacious balconies and a magnificent view of the hillsides of Učka on one side and Kvarner Bay and its islands on the other. Accommodation capacities are divided into the following categories: standard, comfort, standard suite and superior suite. Within the 'Tamaris' Congress centre, Grand Hotel 4 opatijska cvijeta provides its business guests with 7 multipurpose air-conditioned congress halls and lounges. The congress halls and their pleasant atmosphere, the most modern technical equipment, a total capacity of 1000 seats, and a configuration that can be adjusted to the needs of any event taking place, provide a perfect place where of all sorts of events like seminars, workshops, big congresses, cocktail parties and gala dinners can be organised. At the Wellness Centre in Grand Hotel 4 opatijska cvijeta treatments offer maintaining one's vitality, reaching harmony of the body and the soul, stress relieving and regaining energy, the aromas of pure essence oils and the scent of herbal teas and fruit. At Grand Hotel 4 opatijska cvijeta our excellent chefs take you on a gourmet trip around Kvarner and the Kvarner islands, across Istria to the Mediterranean. Top-quality Croatian wines and sweet surprises from our patisserie will certainly make it a unique trip.


Opatija, often called the Nice of the Adriatic, is one of the most popular tourist resorts in Croatia and a place with the longest tourist tradition on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. In 1844 the powerful merchant Higinio von Scarpa erected Villa Angiolina, with beautiful green and a lavish park around it, visited by distinguished guests - the Croatian Viceroy Josip Jelacic, the Austrian empress Maria Anna - which soon made Opatija a popular excursion destination of the inhabitants from Rijeka, then of the Italians and Austrians.

Opatija was the first in the region of the Adriatic to introduce tourist statistics already in 1884, and the first hotel on the Adriatic, called Kvarner, was built by the Society of the Southern Railways in 1884; situated on the very coast and luxuriously furnished, it attracted exclusively elite guests.
Villa Angiolina park
Millenium hotel park
City center
Hotel Kvarner

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