Pula Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sisplac 31, Pula, Istria, 52100, Croatia

2 Reviews

Hotel Pula
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Satisfaction Terrible
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 70% more and rated 32% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families14
  • Couples6
  • Solo0
  • Business0
  • Apartment in peroj


    Having stayed 2 nights in Pula i moved out on the bus to the coast and stayed in the quiet village of Peroj about 10 mins on the bus . the apartment was well furnished all mod cons inc dvd player and the apartment even had englsih books to read. i had a small garden and from the bedroom i had a sea view. The beach was 1km away and if i stopped at the local bar at the half way point i was there in no time

    Directions: near the sea

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    "A" for effort


    As the title says, the Hotel Pula gets an 'a' for effort, but has a LONG way to go before it can compete with a professional beach hotel/resort.

    -Housekeeping (room cleaning) begins around 8:30 am - when a maid just walks in without knocking, and no opportunity to hang a Do Not Disturb sign because there isn't one!

    -Dinner is a buffet disaster. From the land which produced Lidia Bastianich (one of the best Italian/Medit. chefs worldwide), the food at Hotel Pula is not worth waiting on line for.

    On the other hand, the staff is trying and is friendly despite the at-times-too-bureaucratic ways reminiscent of the old Tito days.

    Unique Quality: Most rooms have a seaside view and a small terrace, and the rooms are air-conditioned, so you can luxuriate in the room all morning...oh, wait...housekeeping walks in unannounced at 8:30am.

    Directions: South of the city center in the Veruda area. With baggage you need a taxi, but it's a very nice 25-minute or so walk into the center.

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Pula a town and port in the south-western part of Istria; population 62,378. Situated in the inner part of a bay, divided by the islands of St. Catherine, St. Andrew and Uljanik into three port basins. According to the size of the con-structed coast and level of equipment, Pula is the most important and biggest port in Istria, and the well-protected Pula Bay places it among the best natural harbours on the Adriatic. Due to its size, exposed location, two accesses (the one directly from the sea and the other through the Fazana Strait), low coastline and easy construction of fortification systems, provided the Pula Bay a special strategic importance. The landscape of Pula includes low and open relief largely covered by red soil. The original forests of oak have been reduced to low shrubs; the surroundings of Pula was reafforested with pine. The average air temperature in January reaches 5 °C and in July 23.2 °C; the average annual rainfall attains around 800 mm. In winter, the bora and the sirocco blow; the bora is sometimes extremely strong, and blows in the outer port. Pula is the economic centre with developed shipbuilding industry (Uljanik), textiles, metal industry and building trades as well as glass manufacturing. Tourist centre (marina). The importance of Pula as a traffic intersection in the whole Istria has particularly increased by the modernization of the airport. Situated on the main road (M2, E751), and connected with Divaca by a railroad.

The first tourist excursions to Pula were recorded at the beginning of the 19th century. Giovanni Carrara, a conservator of antiquities in Pula, guided the sightseeing tours for distinguished personalities and organized groups in 1828. In 1832 Pula was visited by the Austrian emperor Ferdinand I. The first tourist guide on Pula (Cenni al forestiero che visita Pola - Tips for a Foreigner Visiting Pula), published by the Austrian Lloyd from Trieste, compiled by Pietro Kandler, was printed in 1845. The first public beach, Bagno Polese, for the citizens and tourists, located between the islet of Ulja-nik and the administration building on the coastal promenade, was opened in 1885. After that, two other beaches were constructed, "Sakordana" and the marine officers' beach on the islet of St. Peter, where men and women could swim at different times of the day. During the First World War the Zelenika beach was opened, and in 1936 the Stoja beach (Stabilimento bagni di Stoia). The first modern hotel in Pula - Hotel Riviera - was opened in 1908. Under the Italian rule, the hotels Miramare, Bologna, Milano and Centrale were operating as well as the children's summer camps Principe di Piemonte on Stoja and Sandro Mussolini on Vargarola. In the 1930s Pula had several travel agencies. Tourism in Pula experiences its peak in the 1960s, when on the beautiful, well-indented and green coast south of Pula the construction of modern tourist resorts was initiated (Zlatne Stijene, Ribarska Koliba, Verudela).

Today Pula offers a variety of excellent opportunities for tourists. Together with well-equipped hotels and other types of accommodation facilities, the tourist offer includes many sports grounds, recreational facilities and entertainment programs, terraces with live music, discotheques, casinos, inns and restaurants, as well as diverse excursions. The town disposes of two marinas, so that yachting tourism is increasingly developing. Pula is also a well-known congress centre (the large congress hall in Hotel Histria). The town can be reached by various means of transport, and there is an airport in the immediate vicinity of Pula (6 km), constructed to meet the requirements of international air traffic.

Events: the Croatian Film Festival has been organized traditionally every year since 1954 in Arena (July), the Pop Music Festival "Arena" is also held in Arena (July), Art & Music Festival - the rock music festival (in August).

Pula is also a centre of sport tourism because domestic and international sports teams and athlets find the favourable climate, quality sports facilities (tennis courts, sports halls, football stadiums, football fields, track-and-field courses, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, water sports facilities, etc.) suitable for winter training season. Apart from the traditional sports on the ground, there are opportunities to enjoy a variety of water sports.

Pula ACI Marina has 294 berths in the sea and 100 places on the land, provided for the vessels of a length between 6 and 18 m; Veruda Marina has 610 berths in the sea and 150 places on the land; vessel length between 6 and 15 m.


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