Brown Beach House Croatia Opens in Trogir

Shot of the private beach club at the Brown Beach House Croatia
Photo Credit: Assaf Pinchuk

Another new luxury hotel in Croatia to keep on your radar. After making a splash in Tel Aviv last year, Brown Beach House has opened a design-driven boutique hotel in the UNESCO-listed town of Trogir near Split on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast. Housed in a former tobacco warehouse dating from the early 20th century, the Brown Beach House Croatia only has 25 suites (both one- and two-bedroom) with views of either the Adriatic Sea or the Old Town of Trogir.

Facilities include an infinity pool with mod black and white tiling, a sundeck overlooking the sea, banqueting venues, and a destination restaurant. From the looks of the official photos posted on Facebook, the hotel has an eye-catching contemporary design. (Saar Zafrir is the designer responsible for the cool look.) Summer 2017 will see a slew of new features: a spa with an indoor pool and Jacuzzi, a beach club, and 15 more suites.

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Other Brown Hotels are planned for Jerusalem (September 2016) and Larnaca, Cyprus (2017).

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