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Hotel Brzet

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Brzet 13, Omis 21310 Croatia
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#4 of 5 hotels in Omis
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HOTEL BRZET *** Hotel BRZET*** is a three pavilion hotel with a central restaurant with the terrace, surrounded by a centuries old pine wood and located by the pebble beach. By the Omis centre it takes 15 minutes of leisure walk at the seaside promenade in the full length of 800m. In the hotel yard there is the Church of St. Euphemia dating from the 5th century. ROOMS 88 double rooms in total, with possibility of an extra bed. All rooms are sea side with air-conditioned and equipped with TWC, TV SAT, fridge, hair drier, phone, balcony and sea view.
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Free parking
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Bar / lounge
Beach
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24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
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Hair dryer
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English, Croatian, Czech, German
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Martina M wrote a review Aug 2020
Santorini, Greece4 contributions
1. Hotel accepts dogs which we were so thrilled about, only to find out the room was super small that the two of us and our dog (Labrador) literally had to let each other pass so one could go to bathroom or to the balcony. Bathroom was small, balcony was small, bed was small. 2. Bed mattress was so horrible that we sinked into it every time we would sit on it or lay down and one of us (heavier one) literally had back problems after we got back from vacation. Pillows were even worse. Thin cheap ones that your neck is better if you just don't use it. 3. Room is advertised to have a TV, but let me warn you the TV is from 20 years ago (yes that box tv, no LCD, no flatscreen tv or anything that wouldthere was no remote at all, and it didn't turn on when you pushed the button on the tv box. Funny, they left two batteries for the remote on the table... 4. Everything in the room was just so old. Wooden doors with an actual simple key ( I was afraid to keep anything valuable cause I felt like someone can just kick the door and be inside. There was no safe and nightstand lamp didn't work. (Yes there was only 1 lamp) 5. FOOD. Portions are so small that I felt like we were at a refugee camp. Do not take a man there cause he will stay hungry. When you see "dessert" on the dinner menu it actually stands for 1 banana per person (I am being serious). 6. Only good thing I can say about this place is that it was clean. 7. I've been to many hotels, and have never experienced a 3 star hotel to be this bad. 8. I would never come back to this hotel. It could be perfect because of location, but they ruined it all. have HDMI port). Not even that, there was no remote at all, and it didn't turn on when you pushed the button on the tv box. Funny, they left two batteries for the remote on the table... 4. Everything in the room was just so old. Wooden doors with an actual simple key ( I was afraid to keep anything valuable cause I felt like someone can just kick the door and be inside. There was no safe and nightstand lamp didn't work. 5. FOOD. Portions are so small that I felt like we were at a refugee camp. Do not take a man there cause he will stay hungry. When you see "dessert" on the dinner menu it actually stands for 1 banana per person (I am being serious). 6. Only good thing I can say about this place is that it was clean. 7. I've been to many hotels, and have never experienced a 3 star hotel to be this bad. 8. I would never come back to this hotel. It could be perfect because of location, but they ruined it all. At least don't advertise what you don't have and do not put 3 stars if your hotel is a 2 star hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Igor wrote a review Jul 2020
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First of all, there is no longer beautiful natural beach in front of the hotel which they advertise on all their photos, it has been ruined and destroyed by the local government and half of the beautiful decades old pine trees that were providing shade have been chopped down. Now it is ugly, half concreted half with sharp gravel on which you cannot walk barefoot, soulless artificial beach with no shade, utter sadness and disappointment. The hotel is old and rooms are awful, mattress dented on one side, tilted on the other. In my room I got stained old towels that looked like they’ve went through war and should have been tossed away for good, not given to the hotel guests. Bathroom is awful, with mold on tile joints, also shower handset and hose is beyond disgusting. On balcony the wall has been damaged by water from the air conditioner and plastic table had a hole in it. The food is poor quality, for dinner dessert they served a banana, that’s right a banana, for that I don’t need to go to a hotel and pay dinner, I can buy one in a grocery store for 0,30 EUR. For breakfast due to COVID-19 there is no buffet, they bring you food to the table without even asking what you would like to eat and they bring you following: 2 small butters, 1 pate, 1 triangle cheese, 1 jam, 1 chocolate spread, 1 honey, 1 plate of cheese and questionable ham, and 1 plate of cut hot dogs. When I asked if I could get scrambled eggs they said they ran out of eggs and I can get only hard boiled ones, come on, a hotel that runs out of eggs, the truth is they were too lazy to make them. Hotel sell rate in summer time is between 100-130 EUR per day for half board double occupancy which is ridiculous having in mind what they offer and what you get, this hotel is not worth 20 EUR a day and shouldn’t have even 2 stars, let alone 3. Avoid at all costs!
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Date of stay: June 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
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mihaelwaschl wrote a review Jun 2018
Zirovnica, Slovenia1 contribution1 helpful vote
The hotel has very old and unconfortable beds. Room are cleand every day. Food is good, but the portions are very small. Wifi works good. Hotel has nice location near the sea and big parking place. Very poor price/quality ratio.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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Štefan M wrote a review Jul 2017
37 contributions9 helpful votes
i spent one week as holiday.hotel have 3 blocks+reception+restaurant.Block C is after reconstruction, room are clear, with fridge, TV( not led only CRT) + balcony.you can see the sea, from room on 1 floor.braekfadt was good ( table with more foods) , dinner was served , good taste but small size.bed (mattress)on room was very soft for me.staffs were friendly, every day provided cleaning in room.
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mira V wrote a review Oct 2016
Smarje Pri Jelsah, Slovenia320 contributions130 helpful votes
The hotel is situated right next to the beach, there is only a local road between them, but there is very little traffic there. The location is sheltered from winds, but it still enables a nice view of the sea. The rooms are separated from the restaurant, they have a basic equipment and all of them have a balcony, which is especially welcome in summer. The bathroom was OK as well, but it needed some minor repairs and maintenance. The food was quite good, self-service breakfast and served dinner with a choice of three menus. The choice at breakfast could have been a little wider. The staff was polite and helpful. This is a nice place to stay, but one should not be too demanding. It is only a three star hotel and it offers as much as you can expect from one.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Practically all rooms look the same. Rooms upstairs have a better view of the sea.
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USD 79 - USD 128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
CroatiaDalmatiaSplit-Dalmatia CountyOmis
NUMBER OF ROOMS
88
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Brzet
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Brzet?
Nearby attractions include Origin Croatian Cosmetics (1.5 km), Starigrad Fortress (1.2 km), and Omis and Cetina River (1.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Brzet?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Brzet?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Brzet?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Brzet?
Conveniently located restaurants include Babilo Restaurant, La Fabbrica Pizza & Bar, and Restaurant Pod Odrnom.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Brzet?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Brzet?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Croatian, and Czech.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Brzet?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Starigrad Fortress (1.2 km), Fortress Mirabella (Peovica) (1.4 km), and The Parish church of St. Michael (1.4 km).