$153 - $304
|CHEAPEST CITY IN CROATIA||Trogir||31% cheaper||Hotels in Trogir are the cheapest in Croatia at just $153 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN CROATIA||Rovinj||27% more expensive||Rovinj has the highest priced hotels in Croatia with rooms averaging $304 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN CROATIA||Dubrovnik||72% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Dubrovnik than any other city in Croatia|
If you’re looking for a hotel in Croatia near Plitvice Lakes National Park then you are in luck. momondo recommends 10 hotels near Plitvice Lakes National Park and on average, hotels in the area cost $128/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Plitvice Lakes National Park are typically 38% less expensive than the average hotel in Croatia, which is $208.
|Low season||October||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||June||most expensive time to stay|
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$21 - $221
|Highest day of week||Tuesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Monday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
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|$110||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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If you plan to travel to the Eastern European nation of Croatia, you'll be visiting a country that boasts medieval, 20th-century, and contemporary culture all blended in one place. Croatia has some of the most stunning cities with medieval architecture, beautiful coastlines, and spectacular islands. Croatia's island capital, Zagreb, is best known for its lively arts culture and unique architecture. Zagreb is home to the historical Upper Old Town and the 600-year-old Church of St. Mark. Pula, Croatia's pride, is yet another exciting city you'll love to stay in. Home to some of the most interesting Roman ruins, including the Roman amphitheater, Pula offers something like Rome's Colosseum. And if you're looking for the perfect city with beautiful sunny beaches, vibrant nightlife, and spectacular ancient ruins, you won't get enough of Pula. Both towns offer reliable round-the-clock public transportation via Arriva and Brioni Pula, the two leading bus service providers in Croatia. Find cheap Croatia hotels in Zagreb, especially the DoubleTree by Hilton, or book the Arena Verudela Beach hotel in Pula.
If you are a lover of Roman history, visit the magnificent Diocletian Palace, the official residence of the famous Roman Emperor Diocletian, who retired in Croatia in AD 305. Located in the seaside city of Split in Dalmatia, the Diocletian Palace is more of a fortress than a palace with four sturdy monumental gates. Enjoy cultural daytime concerts and magnificent illuminated ruins at night. The palace is located in the medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a pedestrian-only town that can be visited any time of the year. If you're looking for hotels in Croatia, book accommodation at the nearby Diocletian Hotel and Residence. If you'd like a more seaside experience, visit the Dalmatian Islands in the portside city of Hvar, popular with celebrities and influential tourists. This is the place for yachters and water sports enthusiasts that flock the area all year round. It's also home to a spectacular fishing harbor and fortress atop the ancient hills. You can stay at the Amfora Hvar and Beach Resort.
Besides being Croatia's capital city, Zagreb is also one of the most lively cities in this country. With popular nightclubs like the Night Club Kiss, Gallery Club, and Boogaloo Club, Zagreb is where you want to take your friends for a night-long experience of dancing and partying. Cheap hotels in Zagreb include Hotel Diplomat and Stars of Zagreb. Better yet, you can enjoy some fun-filled time in Hula Hula Beach & Bar, Hvar, a sunset beach partying location popular with revelers and tourists alike. For a quiet and romantic evening away from the noise of the crowd, you'll love the serenity, good music, drinks, party vibes, and a romantic aura at Hvar's Carpe Diem. Access the club via ferry and mingle with celebrities and other revelers for the ultimate Carpe Diem beach party. Enjoy a sumptuous Lamb Peka, Croatia's traditional cuisine, or a variety of seafood-based Mediterranean and central European cuisines, another Croatian specialty. In Hvar, stay at the Villa Paladina.
Croatia has a rich history. It is home to numerous cathedrals, museums, art galleries, and medieval Roman ruins. A hit fantasy TV series was also shot in Croatia. In Split, you'll find the Roman ruins of Salona in the town of Solin. Once a populous city of the medieval Roman society, the ruins of Salona still radiate in timeless splendor, attracting hundreds of tourists per year. If you enjoy visiting old cathedrals, there are plenty in Dubrovnik, on the Dalmatian coast, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is home to some of the oldest cathedrals, including the Church of St. Ignatius, the Cathedral of The Assumption of Mary, and St. Blasius, patron saint of Dubrovnik. You can visit most of these for free. However, you'll have to pay a few euros to walk through the Pile Gates, the same as Solana. But you can visit most Roman ruins across Croatia for free. Find affordable accommodation at Dubrovnik's Royal Palm Hotel or the Dubrovnik Palace. These historical landmarks are busiest between June and September, during the high tourist season. The low season is usually November through to April when it gets colder.
At just $60 per night on average, August is the least expensive month to stay at a hotel in Croatia. The most expensive month to stay at a hotel in Croatia is May.
Out of all the tourist destinations in Croatia, our data shows that travellers tend to visit Split more often than any other city.
Our data shows that hotel rooms in Plitvicka Jezera are about 8% more expensive on average than hotel rooms in the rest of Croatia, with a nightly rate of $116.
If you’re looking for the best deal when visiting Croatia, consider staying in Mokošica. According to our data, Mokošica is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Croatia, with an average nightly rate of $35, 67% below the country’s average.
Hotel Palace Bellevue - Liburnia
Maršala Tita 144/148, Opatija, Croatia
Best Western Premier Hotel Astoria
Petrinjska 71, Zagreb, Croatia
Bože Pericica 14, Zadar, Croatia
Grand Park Hotel Rovinj
Smareglijeva Ulica 1A, Rovinj, Croatia
Romansa 41 A, Zadar, Croatia
Ljudevita Gaja 1, Zagreb, Croatia
Apartment Niki 2
Kaštel Stari, Croatia
Dubrovnik Luxury Residence - L'Orangerie
Masarykov Put 3, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Grand Hotel Adriatic II
M. Tita 200, Opatija, Croatia
Hotel Admiral - Liburnia
Maršala Tita 139, Opatija, Croatia
Grand Hotel Adriatic I
M. Tita 200, Opatija, Croatia
Royal Blue Hotel
Kardinala Stepinca 31, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Kempinski Hotel Adriatic Istria Croatia
Alberi 300 A, Savudrija, Croatia
Boutique Hostel Forum
Siroka ulica 20, Zadar, Croatia
Slatina 2, Tučepi, Croatia
Vitality Hotel Punta
Sestavine b.b., Veli Losinj, Croatia
Hotel Coral Plava Laguna
Katoro 20, Umag, Croatia
Apartments Polynesia Plava Laguna
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