The new Split hotel Amphora is due to open its doors to guests in spite of the uncertain times we’re currently living in.
The coronavirus crisis has left pockets much more shallow and seen many a previously planned investment shelved. The global pandemic has rocked the world in a way that few could have possibly imagined it could in this modern day and age. While the virus has done its work in reminding humankind that we are not all powerful despite what we think, the economy has tried to steady the waters.
In the popular Dalmatian city of Split, one brand new hotel with a hefty price tag hasn’t let the coronavirus pandemic throw a spanner in the works.
As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 1st of June, 2020, the brand new hotel Amphora in Split, more precisely on Znjan, is ready and set to open its doors to guests on Monday, offering them accommodation in 206 rooms and other facilities at a four-star level. The owner, entrepreneur Zvonko Kotarac, has invested an enormous 26 million euros in the facility, a statement from the hotel said.
The hotel Amphora is one of the largest newly built hotels to open its doors in the City of Split in recent years, and in addition to rooms that mostly overlook the sea and the nearby central Dalmatian islands, there are three swimming pools, two restaurants, a wellness centre and a fitness and beach club on the hotel’s two thousand square metre space.
The hotel also has several bars, one on the roof/terrace, as well as a 500-seat congress hall.
As they say, they expect business people and families from Nothern Europe such as Great Britain and the Scandinavian countries to stay at the hotel, and 80 full-time employees and 40 seasonal workers will take care of everyone.
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