Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences Donate 200 Vouchers to Medical Workers in Zagreb

Daniela Rogulj

April 8, 2020 – Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences has donated 200 vouchers for their resorts in the Zadar area.

Two hundred vouchers, 100 for Falkensteiner Resort Borik in Zadar and 100 for Falkensteiner Resort Punta Skala near Petrčane, have been donated by the Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences hotel group to two Zagreb hospitals.

Namely, the health workers of the Sveti Duh (Holy Spirit) Clinical Hospital and the Infectious Diseases Clinic ”Dr. Fran Mihaljević ”will be able to use their vouchers for two nights for them and their families as soon as possible.

“Doctors and nurses, as well as other staff in the healthcare system, are doing their best during the coronavirus pandemic. We think that when all this is over, these holidays will be perfect. This is our small contribution at a time when we all need solidarity,” Falkensteiner said.

“On behalf of our staff and the staff of the Infectious Diseases Clinic “Dr. Fran Mihaljević”, I can only heartily thank you for this exceptional donation and say that our staff will be happy to use them as soon as our joint fight against the current pandemic is over,” said the director of the Sveti Duh Clinical Hospital Dr. Mladen Busic.

Falkensteiner Resort Borik is an all-inclusive family hotel located on the 1.7 km long beach of Zadar. Boasting the 2500 sqm Acquapura Thalasso & SPA Centre, pool and water slide, children’s world, adventure playground, kid’s disco and a fantastic entertainment and sports program, it was chosen by Holidaycheck as the most beautiful family club in Croatia.

Falkensteiner’s Punta Skala resort is located just 10 km outside of Zadar in Petrčane, offering two superb hotels, fine restaurants, shops, exclusive apartments, and modern sports facilities all along the coast. The 6,000 sqm spa facility is the largest in Croatia, while there are also 7 tennis courts, 3 multi-sports courts, 2 padel-courts, 2 beach volleyball courts, and minigolf & golf training range.

This news was announced at the same time as Arena Hospitality Group, which, with partner Kamgrad, has purchased disinfection devices for the Pula General Hospital. 

Both hotel groups emphasized the importance and value of the work of clinics and hospitals and the efforts of their staff in treating patients during the COVID-19 pandemic, helping both the community and, as they point out, part of the group’s business through social responsibility and solidarity.

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