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Enjoy five evenings of live New Orleans jazz in the stunning setting of the Makarska Riviera on Croatia's south coast. You'll enjoy all inclusive value during your stay with meals served buffet-style in the hotel's restaurant.
Meteor Hotel, Kralja Petra Kresimira iv. bb, Makarska 21300, Croatia
The locally rated 4-star Meteor Hotel is located close to an attractive shingle beach, where excellent bathing can be enjoyed. The hotel has a Saga rating of 4Q.
The hotel has 278 bedrooms and all Saga rooms have a balcony with partial sea views.
Laundry service and room service (7am-9pm) are available at an extra charge.
Food and Drink
Your stay at the Meteor Hotel is on an all-inclusive basis. Buffet style meals will be served in the hotel restaurant.
The hotel also has a dedicated lounge with an outdoor terrace and bar adjacent to the lounge, which is open from 11am to 11pm offering local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Free drinks can only be consumed while you're in the lounge – if you want to enjoy drinks elsewhere in the hotel, these can be purchased from one of the other bars.
During your stay, you can enjoy the following programme of activities and entertainment. Activities may change from time to time and some activities may be at an extra charge:
Flora walk and talk
Talk on Croatia
There will also be live music four nights a week at the hotel as well as a performance from a folk singer.
Set on the waterfront, this lively, modern hotel has an attractive position on a coastal promenade, just 370 metres from the town centre's bars, shops, restaurants and excursion boats.
The bus station is approximately 190 metres from the hotel entrance. Exploring is made easy thanks to the excellent transport links.
Split airport is approximately two hours’ drive away.
Biokovo Mountain provides a magnificent backdrop to the clear waters and pebble beaches of the Makarska Riviera. The long stretches of beach here are considered to be one of the major attractions and are regarded by some as the most scenic of the Adriatic Coast.
The sweeping forested slopes protect dozens of seaside villages including the small town of Makarska, which has an excellent setting beside a horseshoe-shaped bay. Explore the narrow streets and markets, admire the 16th-century Franciscan monastery and discover elegant St Mark’s Cathedral in the town’s main plaza.