Hostel Alma 2



Cardo Maximus 3 PorecSee nearby area


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    Hostel Alma 2 is a small, but charming property right in the very heart of historic center of one of most visited touristic towns in Croatia, and that is Porec.

    The property it self is actually an protected Historic Venetian Palace with charming, and authentic architecture. From rooms windows you can literally sense the sea, as it is, together with beaches, literally only 100 m away. In immediate surroundings you can choose between plenty of cocktail bars, local restaurants, or souvenirs shops.

    The rooms have Air condition, and hostel is equipped with a refrigerator and drinks.

    *FREE Wifi
    *FREE bed linen
    *FREE towels

    Looking for adventures or sightseeing? You can rent cars, bikes and motorcycles in a nearby rent-a-car service.

    Please note:
    Check-in from 11:00 am - 23:00 pm
    Check- out by 09:30 am
    Cancellation policy is 3 days in advance.
    In case of a late cancellation or a no show we will charge the entire amount.
    We accept payment by cash, credit & debit card

    Tourist tax is excluded the given rates and must be payed extra on arrival (7 Kuna (ca. 95 Cents) per person per night).

    Services & facilities

    • Parking
      • Bicycle Parking
    • Breakfast
      • Free Breakfast
    • Recreation
      • Bicycle Hire
      • Cable TV
      • Common Room
    • Housekeeping
      • Laundry Facilities
      • Linen Included
      • Towels Included
      • Washing machine
    • Guest services
      • 24 Hour Security
    • Luggage storage
      • Security Lockers
    • Air Conditioning
      • Available
    • Transport/transfers
      • Airport Transfers
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free Internet Access
      • Free WiFi
      • Internet Access
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