“Brown Beach House Hotel  Croatia”

by Sebastian Marc
Welcome to your next holiday destination. The Brown Beach House

The dramatic Adriatic Coast line is one of the most breath taking places in the world. Its rugged shoreline, crystalline waters, undulating mountain-scape and medieval villages is somewhat of a fairy tale.  Romanesque palaces and Gothic Church towers rise from the turquoise sea whilst Mega Yachts are anchored across the bay. Meanwhile fishermen catch octopus in Solta and influencers drink Aperol Sprits in the seductive streets of Split.

The Historic and charming town of Trogir is at the doorstep of the Brown Beach House hotel.

However, believe it or not but something has been missing in this slice of heaven. A world class luxury Hotel on par with the Dalmatians Coasts rivals such as the Eden Roc Cap Ferrat hotel or the Marbella Club hotel.  But the wait is finally over. Tel Aviv based Brown hotel group has gone European with its latest venture in the stunning sea side town of Trogir.

Stunning towns bathe in Adriatic blue waters

Trogir, a UNESCO world heritage site, is an ideal backdrop for this chic boutique hotel.  The Brown was a former Tobacco shipment station which has been painstakingly reformed into an incredible sea side haven. Overlooking the gorgeous Trogir town which was formed by Greek settlers, with over 2000 years of history it boasts stunning examples of Renaissance architecture and art and it has been the set of  the latest Game of Thrones series, The Brown beach House hotel enjoys a privilege waterfront location on the Ciovo Island and  is conveniently located in short distance to Split and its restaurants and monuments.

Relax with the Adriatic as your back drop

The Brown House hotel has been designed by the illustrious Dutch designer Saar Zafir the brainchild behind the Max Brown hotel in Amsterdam and Sir Savigny Berlin. Zafir has transformed this once abandoned Tobacco station into a contemporary masterpiece. The Outdoor Pool is one of the coolest around with its chequered tiles, which pays homage to the Roman settlers of the past, it is an Instagrammers dream. Or if you prefer simply chill out in the white cabanas and stare across the Adriatic. Dine at Cartina and enjoy the freshest fish caught in the bay cooked with a modern twist with holistic well being in mind. The fantastically designed rooms have all the comforts a millennial traveler could desire, high speed internet, Nespresso machines, and most importantly a contemporary abode that allows you to disconnect yet still share your Insta-moments with your friends across the globe. The Brown really does feel like a beach house with just 26 rooms and its laid back feel and friendly staff it really feels like a home away from home.

Saar Zafir designed interiors are the ideal place to unwind and read a good book

The Brown beach house hotel is a stone throw away from the mesmerizing Kornati National park. Miles of rugged coastline and pristine waters a true Mediterranean dream. The fabulous yacht marinas are ideal for a evening cocktail and the sea side town of Split is a perfect place to wander and to get a glimpse of Croatia’s rich history at the Archaeological Museum (Croatians oldest and most respected cultural institution).

Sail around the dazzling Kornati National Park, dive into beautiful waters and enjoy stunning landscapes.



With a new Spa and private beach club set to open this season there has never been a better time to discover the Adriatic coastline and the beautiful Brown beach house hotel.

Capture special moments in Croatia….


How to get there: British Airways One world member flies direct from London to Split from 200 Euros return flight-https://www.britishairways.com/

Where to stay: The best address is the Brown Beach House on the best part of the coast , Suites from 260 euros, presidential suite 506 Euros-http://brownhotels.com/croatia/

When to go: the season starts from April until early September. Best time to go is May and June for less crowds and private beaches

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