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Croatia 
Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast 1 - Accommodations
May 23 - June 1, 2023 

In Zagreb, we'll be staying for 2 nights at the 5 star Regent Esplanade Hotel. Originally constructed in 1925 to accommodate passengers on the Orient Express, the Regent Esplanade Hotel offers the utmost in sophistication and service. This historic hotel in the center of the city in the Donji Grad district has 209 elegant, spacious and 100% smoke-free guest rooms, a beauty salon, business center, clothes pressing, concierge desk, three on-site restaurants, complimentary Health Center, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, massage and spa treatments, newsstand and gift shop, same day laundry and dry cleaning. The room amenities include 24-hour room service, all-news cable network, bath menu, bathrobes and slippers, goose down pillows and duvets, in-room safe, marble bathrooms with drench showers, personalized turndown service, Regent Club access, and telephones with voicemail.

In Split, we'll be staying for 3 nights at the beautifully renovated, historic Hotel Park Split. Built in 1921 and completely restructured in 2015, the Hotel Park Split is a traditional first-class hotel in the center of Split, within walking distance of the famous Baèvice beach, Palace of Diocletian, Cathedral of Saint Domnius and Gregory of Nin Statue. The hotel offers an outdoor pool, garden, spa and wellness center, gym, laundry services, currency exchange, on-site restaurant, café and bar. Each of the 73 rooms are a combination of contemporary comfort with traditional elegance, all of them non-smoking, and equipped with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, safe, minibar, free WiFi, and spacious bathrooms with bathrobes, slippers, and luxury toiletries.

In Dubrovnik, we'll be staying 4 nights at the luxury Hilton Imperial set on the edge of Dubrovnik's Old Town. Set in a historic building dating back to 1897, the hotel fuses period charm with modern styling, with views of the ancient walls, the historic red rooftops of the city's palaces, and the Adriatic Sea. Fine dining can be enjoyed at the hotel's panoramic rooftop restaurant, the Imperial Terrace which serves Mediterranean cuisine, as well as at the stylish lounge serving period-inspired signature drinks. There is also a spa, an indoor pool, a fitness center, and room service. All of the air-conditioned rooms feature large windows, stylish, modern furniture with a desk, an easy chair and a sofa, a flat-screen TV, and a spacious marble bathroom with stylish complimentary toiletries.

In the highly unlikely event that our original accommodations must be changed, the alternative accommodations will be a hotel of equal or higher standard. No change will made to the cost of the tour.