Located on a cliff-side of the Adriatic coast in Pula, the newly opened Grand Hotel Brioni Pula is the first Radisson Collection hotel in the region.
The opening follows an extensive $37.68m (£30m) project undertaken by Arena Hospitality and RHG’s partner PPHE Hotel to reposition Hotel Brioni.
Arena Hospitality Group CEO and management board president Reli Slonim said: “Our two-year repositioning programme of Grand Hotel Brioni Pula has been completed and has resulted in a true luxury experience in one of Istria’s most spectacular locations.
“This premium redevelopment paves the way for our other two premium hotel openings planned for Croatia in Zagreb (2022) and Pula (2023).”
The hotel features 227 rooms, swimming pools, several restaurants and bars and health and wellness facilities.
Dining venues in the hotel are Restaurant Brioni Forum that serves international specialties; Brioni Lungo Mare, a beach restaurant offering Mediterranean and seafood specialties; and Restaurant Sofia, a fine dining restaurant.
The wellness centre, Gemma di Brioni, extends over hotel’s two floors. It features three saunas, six treatment rooms, a whirlpool, and an indoor pool.
Besides, the fitness centre and gym of the hotel offers various Technogym equipment.
The hotel provides a mobile digital key for the rooms, an in-room television, smartphone-controlled air-condition and lights and online check-in facilities for the guests.
Recently, RHG opened its second Collection brand property in Bilbao, Spain.