About Borak Hotel
This popular chalet-style hotel is just a short stroll to the famous Golden Horn Beach. The Borak Hotel offers a very pleasant seaside location and is a good option for families.
Accommodation: 133 air-conditioned twin and double rooms with bath (or shower), WC, mini-bar, safe, satellite TV and telephone. Sea facing rooms with balcony available at a small supplement (NB. some rooms may have their view of the sea obscured by trees).
Facilities: spacious buffet dining room with large outdoor terrace. Aperitif bar and pool bar, TV lounge, freshwater swimming pool, children's pool; sun terrace with beds and parasols. Massage and fitness room, tennis, table-tennis, beach volleyball, aerobics, watersports and entertainment (day and evening in high season).
"Thanks Andy for putting together a fabulous itinerary for our Croatia vacation! By arranging the hotels and rental car, you reduced our planning workload and allowed us to focus on the main agenda - having fun in the beautiful country of Croatia! Cheers."
D Anand, India, October 2017
"I just wanted to let you know that we had a fabulous holiday in Croatia. All the arrangements worked extremely well and we wanted to say thank you for all your suggestions and planning. The highlight was the rafting. We had a fabulous day. Our only negative feedback was that the car was delivered with one of the brake lights not working (which was highlighted when the ignition was turned on) and it took a number of phone calls to sort it out. We thought it important to let you know but it was one negative in an otherwise fantastic holiday"
K Jenkinson, UK, August, 2015
"The trip was extremely well-planned and the hotels well-chosen. For our tastes, I believe we had the best accommodation we could have wanted everywhere we stayed. Some hotels were better appointed than others. The Slavia in Split was fantastic whilst the hotel in Vis was very basic; however the ambience in the latter made up for its shortcomings. We had our favourite locations: Vis & Mljet are both candidates for a return visit. We would definitely avoid Hvar town in the future, as it was completely overrun with rich, partying teenagers, but we thoroughly enjoyed our day trip to Stari Grad. All ferries ran to time, all hotels appeared to be expecting us. There were no hidden extras; in fact we received a complimentary upgrade to full board in Bol."
P Smith, UK, July, 2015
"Arrangements were superb - no problems at all. Had a great time & loved the country! If we were to repeat the holiday one less day in Bol and an extra day in Mali Ston would be better. Hotel Ostrea and Mali Ston are an absolute delight! Top marks for Miric Inn, Plitvice too. Very friendly & welcoming and HUGE dinners! Dubrovnik old town was heaving with tourists, so staying some distance away at Hotel More was perfect. Easy to get to old town by bus so distance was no problem. Hotel Palace in Zagreb was good as was Mediteran in Zadar Thanks for the recommendations - they were spot on!!"
B Wheeler, UK, June, 2015
"Hotels and itinerary were great. We did however waste an entire day travelling from Trogir to Omis as we took the coast road which moved at a snails pace - I would advise future travellers to take the motorway. We were advised that it was fine to turn up an hour before departure for a ferry. This is not the case at Makarska - we arrived over 2 hours before departure and did not get on, meaning waiting for the next ferry which was not for another 6 hours. Those travel hiccups aside we did have a great holiday and would recommend Croatia. [Note from Rediscover] - this is very unusual, even in peak season and departures are approximately every 3hrs on this route."
D Tuke, UK, August 2016