We were driving to the town of Sibenik for the International Children's Festival but we took a detour to visit the Solaris Hotel & Resort for some ice-cream. Beli was frustrated from all of our driving. I couldn't blame her, sitting constrained is not a fun thing for a 2 year old plus we all needed to stretch our legs.
I was surprised to learn that you are allowed to visit the premises even if you aren't a guest. I guess the coastline, beachfront belongs to the government and the hotel can't prohibit you from entering or charging you a fee?
Is this the case in resorts in other countries? I have never visited one before, until now. So off we went for some exploring of the property.
This is called the DalmatianVillage, an authentic dalmatian restaurant.
We couldn't resist the wonderful aroma so we purchased some warm bread right out of the oven.
Beli was happy to take a photo.
Do you know what this plant is called? Interesting flowers.
What do you think makes a successful resort? Location? Activities? Entertainment? Food?