Based on 663 review
Select the date of your trip
Located in the historical centre, this exquisite hotel is built on the remains of the medieval fortress of Kastel from the 13th century, an invaluable monument of medieval fortification in Zadar. Cultural monuments of Zadar and the renowned Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun are only a few steps away from hotel which makes this the ideal destination for business guests as well as for tourists. This is a unique city boutique hotel which accentuates the cultural heritage of the city of Zadar. It offers 27 luxury rooms, equipped with current smart room technology, an assortment of gastronomic deli...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Food & Beveragerestaurant
Pool and wellness facilitiesTurkish bath.
Reception servicesLuggage storage
If you stay, don't eat at Kastel
Reviewed 2 november, 2021
The property is beautiful, but the restaurant is subpar at best. It does not live up to the description and accolades that it has received. Food was either over-salted or under seasoned. Tuna Steak tasted like it had gone bad a few days prior. Steak was the worst cut of steak we have ever had at a restaurant. Our dinner experience really soured our entire stay.
Short but pleasant stay!
Reviewed 17 october, 2021
The location of the hotel is a perfect walking distance to the historic oldtown of the Zadar. We got to stay in one of the beautiful boutique suites and loved it! The hotel was very well kept and clean, the staff were super friendly and helpful, n the spa area downstairs is really nice and worth looking into. We enjoyed the hot tube, sauna, and heated stone seats.
Wonderful service with easy parking in Old Town
Reviewed 12 september, 2021
Parking In one of Croatia’s old town areas is always problematic. The Hotel Bastion is perfect. They lower the gate blocks - we pulled in - and they valet park. The service was remarkable, the location was perfect for walking the town, and the breakfast one of the best. We sat outside under the trees and relaxed. Enjoy!
Good location. Nice hotel.
Reviewed 9 september, 2021
Historic hotel. Nice room but quite small. Not the same emphasis on wearing masks as other hotels we stayed in and cleaning staff didn’t wear masks although reception staff did. Breakfast was good the staff were very friendly and helpful. Food was ok but expensive for what it was.
Why is it that the more status a hotel gets the worse it seems to be
Reviewed 8 september, 2021
So the Bastion is part of the Relais & Chateaux brand. Big whoop. I don't review based on brand - I review based on performance and this place was all show and no go. First off - access. If you're getting a ride up you'll need to get your driver to call the hotel so that they can lower the bollard that blocks vehicle access to the hotel. I'm not sure how one is supposed to otherwise know that but there you go. Front desk staff were very pleasant and checkin was swift. Our room was a 'designer' room. That basically meant some weird wall hangings and a picture of the designer in our room. I would have been more impressed if I didn't have to listen to the music playing across the street as the room is far from soundproof and the music goes on continually - very disturbing. The WiFi is unusable. I tethered to my phone instead. Breakfast was the worst of the half dozen hotels we've stayed in so far in Croatia. The menu spends the first two pages listing eggs. Poached eggs on four lines - then a gap. Fried eggs on four lines - then a gap. Scrambled eggs on four lines - then a gap. Scrambled eggs with cheese on four lines - then a gap. And on and on like this. The entire first two pages could have been one line that said - 'Eggs - scrambled, poached, fried or omelette with your choice of fillings' The last page was bacon in the same format. Bizarre. The bed was comfy and the towels/hot water good. The bathroom is pretty dark - the medium grey floor tiles run up the walls and match with the medium grey counter and sink - so you feel like you're in a 50% gray photo reflectance studio. Anyways - I would not stay here again nor would I recommend it.