Hotel Park Plaza Medulin  

The Hotel Park Plaza Medulin is a peaceful base that’s close to the beach and not far from the town centre.

The Hotel Park Plaza Medulin is really well located. For starters, it’s got a pebbly beach on its doorstep, topped with bathing platforms. It’s also less than 15 minutes’ walk to the town centre.

The hotel has been recently refurbished and is now part of the Thomson Couples collection, so expect a peaceful, adults-only environment and contemporary surroundings.

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Based On 439 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 4Floors
  • 190Rooms


Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 à la carte meal per stay included. Optional packed lunch.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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Saltwater outdoor pool

This oval-shaped pool is filled with saltwater, so you don't have to go too far for that sea-side feeling. On the tiled terrace around the pool you'll find an abundance of sunbeds and parasols.

Mediterranean buffet restaurant

For breakfast, lunch and dinner with a Mediterranean flavour and weekly themed nights.

Lobby bar

With an al fresco terrace.

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double room

Double room sleeps 2 with a walk-in shower and bathrobes and slippers.

double room with sea view

Double room sleeps 2 with a walk-in shower and bathrobes and slippers.

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Stayed for 1 week in September ( my previous review had many spelling mistakes, predictive text!!!). From the moment we booked in at reception we were made to feel welcome. Our room ( sea view ) was clean, well maintained and modern. the bathroom had a brilliant walk in shower, a decent hair dryer and toiletriesthat were renewed daily. The dinning room and food were excellent, good variety and well presented. The waitresses and waiters were always smiling, a specially mention to Svetlana ( not sure correct spelling ) who after 2 evenings knew our drinks menu and always had time for a little chat. The pool/garden areas are well maintained with plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas. My husband loved "the garden shed", the help yourself bar that was in the garden/pool area. A well maintained, well run hotel offering a truly relaxing holiday. We will be returning again in the earlier summer.More

martineaastsussex, east sussex

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A gem of a hotel, clean, shiney and with excellent food and customer service. Right by the beach with access to the warm sea. A beautiful area with the feel of the UK in the 80s. Families from all over Europe travel to the Medulin camp sites with equipment and gear which are a sight to behold. Fab ice cream parlours too. Take the catamaran to Venice for a great day out. Would highly recommend this hotel and we will be returning to Croatia to see more of this stunning country. More

Poppy2fly, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel with excellent facilities...not sure about the location!

My partner and I stayed at the Park Plaza Medulin in July 2014. We wanted to visit Croatia as we heard how beautiful it was. We loved the hotel; it was extremely clean and modern looking. We spent most of our time by the pool (which was cold but refreshing in the midday sun!) which was looked after very well. We always managed to get a sunbed around the pool even if we came back from an outing. A lot of people did leave their towels on sunbeds early in the morning, even when they went out on excursions (but you get that in most hotels). The sunbeds were really comfy and plenty in the shade with large parasols. You were able to change your poolside towels daily (these were a little bit on the small side; I would suggest taking your own beach towel as we did!) and help yourself to the all-inclusive drinks which were located just inside the bar area. Being an adults only hotel, it was very quiet around the pool, exactly what we were looking for - peace and quiet! You were able to lay on the beds located in the gardens (if there were any available) both in the sun and shade. We tended to lay on these and fall asleep as they were very comfortable. The rooms again were very clean. We were on the top floor and the view was beautiful looking over the sea and various islands. We had a lovely walk in shower which was powerful. The bedroom itself was a bit on the small side. There wasn't quite enough room to walk between the bed and the dressing table. Another little niggle was the lack of wardrobe space. My partner ended up living out of his suitcase in order for me to hang up my dresses. We then discovered on our last day, the secret wardrobe behind the door! Even if we had have found this prior to our holiday, my partner would have still lived out of his suitcase! The wardrobes themselves were very narrow and offered 2 shelve to put clothes on. Our room was cleaned daily to a high standard. Our balcony was a bit on the dirty side as we didn't realise they were bat droppings! We sat on our balcony one night listening to the hotel entertainment when the bats were squeaking and flying around our heads (I was fascinated by this and I enjoyed watching them). The bats were living in the top of the balcony. If you would prefer not to have bats, then I would ask for a middle/lower floor room. Breakfast, lunch and dinner were served as a buffet. We couldn't really fault the food. It was hot and lots to choose from. The vanilla ice-cream was delicious and we had muscles to start with one night which were also delicious. The cold buffet stations were a little bit repetitive - but this is mostly the case with buffets in hotels. Location - This leaves a lot to be desired. If you are a beach lover, as we are, this was disappointing. The beach is a pebble beach in which we spent a whole 10 minutes! We prefer lovely golden sand so we should've probably done a bit more research into the location. There were a few restaurants and bars along the seafront which looked nice. At night time, the harbour area, a 10 minute walk away, turned into how I can describe as Great Yarmouth! - crowds of people (families and youngsters) cocktail bars, people encouraging you to buy shots by giving you flyers, restaurants (well more like burger bars), funfair and not forgetting the strip club! Don't get me wrong, we like a location with some character and enjoy visiting bars for drinks but unfortunately it was too crowded and resembled a mini-Magaluf! All in all, we loved this hotel and would stay there again if we could pick it up and put it on a sandy beach :-)More

fiskey, Norwich


We stayed in this hotel in July this year. Staff lovely and food was nice. Not much surrounding us for night life but was fine as all we wanted was a place to relax. Easy to hire a car and travel round. We were lucky to meet some people similar to our age group as this sort of holiday is aimed at late 30s and above. Still an enjoyable and relaxing holiday in a lovely modern hotel.More

vicki4587, Suffolk, United Kingdom

Beautiful country, wouldn't return to hotel...

Me and my misses went to Croatia as one of 3 holidays this year, we are trying to visit all the different countries and places. We flew with Thompson which are usually pretty good and apart from the plane looking like it hasn't been hoovered it was ok. As soon as we got on the plane we noticed that we were by far the youngest couple on board and I'm pretty certain we were the only people who weren't retired !! Anyways, when we got to the airport we had about a half hour coach transfer to get us to the hotel, this ran pretty smooth. When we arrived at the hotel we were greeted with some apple and Orange juice and some fruit skewers. The entertainer was playing his guitar in the lobby and all seemed nice. We were allocated our rooms pretty swiftly so no complaints there, but when we arrived at our room we found that our "double sea-view room" was really just 2 single beds pushed together including the fact that we had 2 single duvets and separate sheets! We informed reception and to give them there due, they did rectify this. The "mini-bar" was also non existent and consisted of a warm fridge. Also our "sea-view" room was in fact separated from the sea-view by a football pitch and a tennis court which did not belong to the hotel! And on the Saturday & Sunday morning there was football being played!! Although the maids were clean and tidy they did make a lot of noise and woke us up every morning by half 7... On one of the nights I required to iron a shirt for the couples night and requested an iron and an ironing board from reception. This turned up with no padding under the draped piece of old ironing board cover which was of no use to anyone... The food at the buffet was very average, dinner was the reheated left over lunch and breakfast was poor. On the Saturday night we decided to book the Al la carte restaurant, which we found was only separated by 3 floor to ceiling panels of glass inside the main food hall. The food we ordered (steak) was fatty and the veg was scooped straight off the usual buffet. This was a waste of time really. The hotels advertised Wi-Fi might as well not exist, it drops in and out when it feels like and is very slow. We decided to join in with the evening entertainment but unless your over 40 you've got no chance of answering any of the music quiz questions or enjoying any of the rock and roll themed nights. On a better note, we took the trip to Plitvice Lakes. This is a must do trip if you don't mind a bit of walking (a lot of walking). Although the tour guide, Elvis, was a tool and lost us and made us walk through ankle deep floods, it was a very interesting trip and a must see! We also took the trip to Slovenia's Lake Bled. The place is beautiful, everything about it is wonderful. I would definitely recommend going there as longs you can put up with the long coach trip. The BBQ boat cruise was a nice day trip, soaking up the Rays of the sun but be aware that you stop on an island for about 2 hours and there's not a lot to do. We just sat on a bench watching the sea for the whole time. Overall I would recommend Croatia as a whole but I would avoid this hotel and the area Medulin. I think it's Dubrovnik which is the ideal place to go, so use say book over that way if you like the idea of Croatia More


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