The hotel in Rabac is adapted to families with children.
The first Kinderhotel in the Valamar Riviera portfolio has been presented. It is the five-star Valamar Girandella Maro Suites hotel, built as part of the Valamar Collection Girandella Resort in Rabac. This is one of the largest tourist investments in Croatia this year and the third such hotel in Croatia. Valamar said that this had completed their investment drive in Rabac, which also includes two top resorts that were opened last year, and is worth 635 million kuna, reports Jutarnji List on June 21, 2018.
“With this hotel, we have opened 150 new jobs in Rabac,” said Sandi Sinožić, director of the Rabac destination at Valamar Riviera, while touring the luxurious family-friendly hotel. The facility has 149 spacious family suites which are equipped with necessities for children and children safety equipment – toy boxes, protected electricity outlets, children’s toilet seats, baby phones and children’s TV programmes. There are also cribs, children’s tubs, diapers, bottle heaters and Playstations. Guests will also have at their disposal a children’s buffet in the restaurant, a play lounge with an indoor playground, and a 24-hour offer of hot drinks, soft drinks and afternoon meals, such as salads, soups and cakes.
The complex includes the Aqua Maro entertainment centre with a pool for babies and a heated swimming pool, as well as an outdoor pool with attractions such as water effects and waterslides for all ages. There are also Maro clubs divided by different age groups, while the beaches have been specially designed for all types of guests. “The prestigious chain KinderHotels Europe, which is the leading European group of hotels specializing in family vacations, has already assigned five smileys to this hotel,” announced Valamar.
In addition to journalists, the hotel was toured by Mayor Valter Glavičić. “Investments in Rabac will attract higher-paying guests and reposition us as the leading holiday destination in the high category. Investments in the resort are to the benefit for the entire local community. New jobs have been created,” said the mayor.
Valamar has invested more than four billion kuna in its tourist portfolio, with 1.6 billion kuna just in the last two years. This year’s investment cycle amounts to around 700 million kuna. Next year, Valamar plans to invest additional 616 million kuna in its facilities, continuing an intensive investment cycle.
Translated from Jutarnji List (reported by Barbara Ban).