Located in the historic city of Trogir, a landmark UNESCO World Heritage Site, the recently opened Brown Beach House Croatia is a 25-room and suite property that infuses Mediterranean-inspired design into contemporary and classic design aesthetics. Up until its renovation and redesign by Amsterdam-based designer Saar Zafrir, you would never be able to guess that this boutique hotel was formerly a tobacco processing plant. Zafrir beautifully transformed the old facility into a luxurious escape for the vacationer looking to grab some R&R in a coastal but modern hotel.
Zafrir combined the timelessness of the 1950s Italian beach vibes (a retro aesthetic that has become synonymous with Brown Hotels) with the grandeur influence of the Roman Empire when designing the hotel’s outdoor infinity pool and sun deck. You can walk across the classic black-and-white tiled flooring, plop into one of the contemporary lounge chairs, and enjoy picturesque views of the the Adriatic Sea and old town of Trogir.
A full-service spa with a thermo-mineral outdoor pool and jacuzzi will also be available for full relaxation come Summer 2017.
Natural color palettes and wooden tones mixed with contemporary & vintage furniture define the interiors. Plants and flora from the Dalmation Coastline bring a bit of outside life inside.
Additional amenities include: Cartina (the hotel’s seafood-focused restaurant), a bespoke cocktail bar, private beaches, elegant spaces for private events, a kids playroom, and bicycles for exploring the coastline.
What’s on the horizon for the hotel? An additional 24 luxury suites will be unveiled in Summer 2017.
What: The Brown Beach House Croatia
Where: 21220, Trogir, Croatia
How much? Rooms and suites start at approximately $124 per night
Highlights: Soak in some sun along the Adriatic Sea at a boutique resort located in a town deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Design draw: While Zafrir designed the interiors/exteriors to retain that classic Mediterranean aesthetic that makes a hotel in this kind of coastal location special, he also brought in contemporary elements in the form of lighting and furniture to truly transform this landmark property into a luxury destination.
Book it: Visit the Brown Beach House Croatia or email [email protected]
Photos by Assaf Pinchuk.