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D-Resort Sibenik re-opens today

D-Resort Sibenik
Opening today and with interiors of pure white concrete, glass and wood, D-Resort Šibenik is the first luxury resort to stake its claim on the area, making a stylish statement on the crystal blue Dalmatian coast.  And whilst the area retains its natural and unspoiled beauty, in terms of design D-Resort Šibenik is set to be one of the most sophisticated hotels in Croatia, with simple lines and quality materials incorporated into a very natural Mediterranean landscape.

The 63 rooms, 6 suites and 3 Exclusive Villas are smart and elegantly dressed with an extraordinary attention to detail - all part of ensuring that comfort is paramount, and nearly all offer utterly stunning sea views.  

The Exclusive Villas are incredibly spacious at over 1,600 square feet, decorated with minimalist Italian furnishings, two spacious en suite bedrooms, living and dining room, private terrace with dining table, and sunbeds. There are four bars and lounges sprinkled around the hotel: The Hotel Roof Exclusive Lounge, Yacht Club Bar, The Pool Bar which is located in the main pool area and the Lobby Bar. The hotel’s top floor restaurant offers panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea and Šibenik Old Town.  

D-Resort Šibenik is easy to reach because of its close vicinity to the airport as well as transportation links. It lies only 6 km away from the A1 highway and the closest airports Split and Zadar are only 40 minutes away. Arriving by boat is also an option; D-Resort Šibenik is located in the heart of D-Marin Mandalina, the only superyacht marina in Croatia. Still largely undiscovered, Šibenik holds the authentic charm of the true Croatia and is the one to visit in 2016.  

Šibenik is one of Croatia’s oldest historical towns and is stepping into the spotlight in 2016. It is hidden Croatia - loved by locals but yet to be discovered by much of the outside world.    

Dreamy deep blue seascapes and quaint streets lead to attractive squares where modern shop windows blend with the majestic and stylish architecture of vanished centuries. Culturally, Croatia’s single most important architectural monument of the Renaissance age, the Cathedral of St James is here, a triple-nave basilica dating back to 1298, listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby, famous and beautiful Krka National park is home to dozens of stunning waterfalls including a series of 17 waterfalls in a space of 450 metres. Among a number of cultural and historical monuments in the Park, the best known is a Franciscan monastery dating back to 1445, with amazing artefacts and a phenomenal library.

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