Croatia, Novi Vinodolski - Small hotel overlooking the sea, for sale
Istria & Kvarner

Ref. : 3851/30, Hotel Sale

Selling price:1.300.000 €

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Location: Novi Vinodolski
Advantages:
  • Sea view
  • Parking
Description:

Number of rooms: 10
Number of floors: 4

 

Hotel located in Novi Vinodolski. Nearby is the main town beach, old town center, post office, bank, museum, gas station, and all other amenities. Across the road is a parking lot.

The hotel consists of a tavern with 90 seats, a restaurant with 30 seats and a seating area of ​​80 seats. 8 double rooms with an extra bed of about 25 m2 and two apartments of about 80 m2. The facility was built and has been operating since 2005.

The hotel has eight luxuriously equipped double rooms with a built-in system of "intelligent rooms". Each room is equipped with air conditioning (cooling / heating), mini-bar with a wide choice of drinks, safe, SAT TV, telephone line with internet connection, key card, fire alarm system, extra bed, sea view terrace with the automated lowering of the awning.

Within the hotel is an air-conditioned restaurant with large, open and covered terraces and an aperitif bar. The property's surroundings are decorated in traditional coastal style. At the hotel there is a children's playground and a toilette for the disabled.

Location description
Novi Vinodolski (pronounced [nɔ̂v̞iː v̞ǐnɔdɔːlskiː], often also called Novi) is a town on the Adriatic Sea coast in Croatia, located south of Crikvenica, Selce and Bribir and north of Senj. The population of Novi is 3,988, with a total of 5,131 people in the city administered area. The city area became a Frankopan property in the 13th century, marking the period to which the most valuable heritage is dated, including the Law codex of Vinodol. City hinterland is dominated by the Vinodol Valley, used for agriculture and winemaking. Economy of the city is dominated by tourist industry, as Novi Vinodolski is well known tourist centre situated in an area largely unaffected by other types of industry and it offers a wide variety of tourist amenities. The Vinodol Valley is also the site of a hydroelectric power plant utilizing water collected in Gorski Kotar reservoirs. Transport links of the city are substantially dependent on the nearby city of Rijeka.

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