A full-service hotel with stunning views of the old town and Adriatic Sea, we think Adriana offers the most comfortable stay in Hvar, with an indoor pool and spa facilities, outdoor terraces, well-furnished rooms and several dining options.
Hotel Park Hvar
The former residence of Hvar’s Ivanić family, this two-storey 16th-century palace overlooks the marina in Hvar Town. There’s just 15 simple but comfortable rooms, all of which combine original features such as exposed stone walls and wooden flooring with designer furniture and modern amenities. Elsewhere, you’ll find an exterior courtyard, a flower-filled garden, and an open-air terrace restaurant serving Dalmatian cuisine and international dishes, and a relaxed lounge decorated with red and gold hues. For many, one of the hotel’s highlights is the on-site bar complete with comfortable seating, a fireplace, an extensive drinks menu, and live music performances in the summer months.
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Varying in size, all of the 15 rooms and suites have white walls featuring exposed stone, polished wooden furniture, plum hued couches and rugs, and tasteful soft furnishings. Modern amenities include air conditioning, underfloor heating, minibar, safe, telephone, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, and complimentary Wi-Fi. The tiled en suite bathrooms are on the small side and have walk-in showers. Some rooms have sea or city views with a balcony option. The Suites are substantially larger than the Standard rooms and offer more living space.
Located on a peaceful pedestrian street just behind Hvar Town’s waterfront market stalls, Hotel Park Hvar offers wonderful views of the marina and the picturesque Pakleni Islands. Nearby attractions include the Franciscan Monastery, St. Mark’s Church, and the Cathedral of St. Stephen. You’ll also be within walking distance of several well-priced cafes and restaurants.
Food and drink
Overseen by Head Chef Marinko Visković, Restaurant Park Hvar presents a masterful Dalmatian and international menu prepared with seasonal and high-quality ingredients. Guests may dine either indoors or on the terrace overlooking the marina and the nearby Pakleni Islands. Breakfast is a traditional buffet with pastries, fruits, meats, cheeses, coffee, tea, and juices, all served on the terrace.
Facilities and activities
The hotel has a separate venue serving Croatian and international wines as well as creative cocktails. Guests can enjoy live soul, rock ‘n’ roll, swing, blues, and jazz performances on selected nights in the summer months.
A small heritage hotel that’s big on character, Hotel Park Hvar is a well-priced option. We love its central location, warm and welcoming service, and grand views across the pine-scented Pakleni Islands.
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Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Explore ancient agricultural terraces, limestone cliffs, small villages and olive groves on this private cycling tour of Hvar with a local guide who can fill you in on the history of the island and its people as you pedal.
Discover dramatic cliffs, historic coastal towns and the Blue Cave, an underwater grotto, on a private, full-day boat trip from Hvar. Visiting the islands of Vis and Biševo, you’ll gain a scenic introduction to the Dalmatian Coast.
Glide along in utter serenity as you explore the Pakleni Islands near Hvar by sea kayak on this private, half-day tour of the archipelago that offers access to remote coves and bays, deserted beaches and tranquil lagoons.