Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Krnica does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Carmen, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and Hotel Carmen makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including room service, a sun terrace, and currency exchange. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is secured parking available to guests.
Stancija Kumparicka (1.9 mi), located nearby, makes Hotel Carmen a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Krnica landmark.
While staying at Hotel Carmen, you may want to check out Restaurant PortoRiko (0.0 mi) which is a short walk away.
Hotel Carmen puts the best of Krnica at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
From time to time you discover a hotel where all pieces of the puzzle fit. Where you feel immediately at home, where the seaview is very impressive, the host and hostess are very helpfull and really friendly, the breakfast is just perfect and the service is what it has to be. Such a hotel is hotel Carmen. It is quite a steep Road downhill to the hotel and you have to search a bit for the hotel but what you Will get in return will stick in your memory for the rest of your life. Sometimes it is quite a cliché to say it but here it is really true. We came as guests but we left as friends
Do not expect more from this hotel but a basic accomodation. Rooms are small, with basic furniture and the smallest TV that I have ever seen. Wi fi is very poor. There is a nice outdoor pool and the hotel is not far from the sea. If you have to come to Krnica then you don't have other choice except renting a private house or apartement.
This Hotel is more like a good B&B. It is family run and the staff are charming, friendly and offer good, straight advice with regards to the locality. The location is a quiet, sheltered bay which is peaceful at night time, may be too peaceful for some. Everything is shut by 10 pm. The hotel is surrounded by a camp site. The food is reasonable but tea and coffee are not the best- take your own pg tips and Nescafe for a decent morning cuppa! The location is up against a hill, which the sun sets behind, so no glorious sunsets here. The air con didn't operate well and with the summer heat we were forced to open the windows. We then got eaten alive by the mosquitoes. It was impossible to get a decent wi-fi signal in our room too- which would have served the children well and gave Mum and Dad some peace! All in all, a charming, clean family run accommodation, but could have been better if the 'features' which are listed when you book actually worked.…
Two words: Stay elsewhere ! The rooms are pretty small and the furniture has seen better times. The staff consists of the owner family and somehow reminded me of the adams family - with the worst being the husband who also works as the waiter... absolutely unfriendly. Breakfast 'buffet' consists of two types of bread, 2-4 types of sausage, 1-2 types of cheese, 3 types of marmelade, cold eggs, 1-2 types of real dry cake. What pissed us off most was the 'coffee' - mixed from syrup in a machine. The real coffee machine was never operated because the owners were too busy watching italien telenovelas and shopping channels. Half pension is a joke, how a dinner can be cooked that unedible is a miracle to me, I have seen better cooking in hospitals ! Better go to pizzeria Kum or the Pescatore Restaurant at the harbor. Room rates are ridiculously high - you can stay in appartments with way bigger rooms for half the price in Krnica. Watch out for checkout - the lady only calculates in Euro at overrated exchange rates you never get at the bank, insisting that this is the official exchange rate from the newspapers, as if she had to exchange your Kuna for Euros, thus charging you approximately 5 % extra if you cant pay Euro. No credit cards acccepted whatsoever, telling funny (yet invented, a.k.a. lies) stories about their card reader not working. When friends of mine had their maestro euro cards defunctional all of a sudden Visa was accepted... Go somewhere else...…
Situated just back in a small cove filled with fishing boats the attractive setting does not warrant the high price charged for what are very simple rooms in this hotel. Equipped with Ikea furniture of the cheapest range, there is no kettle, hairdryer, or toiletries provided and the bed, which is a good size is quite hard. The rooms are clean, although the bathroom could do with more attention and the bath towels are the size of hand towels. The air conditioning is put on at the discretion of the owner and when we asked she just told us to “open the window”. There is a very small television with 3 Italian channels. The breakfast is okay but we did not try dinner as the prices seemed very high. There is an attractive swimming pool in the grounds, but next door is a campsite/caravan park which must be noisy in high season. The hotel is very popular with Germans, but they make up the majority of tourists in Croatia. At half the price I would say fine, but at the prices charged I cannot recommend this hotel as value for money and would say look for somewhere else.…