Prijeko Palace rooms, offer a unique opportunity to experience the fusion of travel, design and art in the city historic centre.
The rooms are created for people who appreciate a touch of luxury and culture in their lifestyles. Each individually designed, charms every traveler with its boutique style while modern day facilities keep your comfort at a high level.
Our 9 rooms are named after a different contemporary artist. The room featuring the artists name also features the artists original work. Since our company, amongst other things, owns and runs a contemporary art gallery, artist from our portfolio are randomly rotated throughout the Palace.
From our experience so far, our guests greatly appreciate the artistic environment of Prijeko Palace and many of them keep coming back, to experience different rooms.
As art provides a feeling of happiness, and living in an environment with art is proven to enrich your life, we always like to say it better to:
These rooms are popular amongst travelers who prefer not to spend too much travel money on a room knowing they'll be out all day, exploring the destination and using the room minimally.
Charming and cossy units featuring work of artists like Velimir Trnski and Birgit Lorenz are
clean, well organized and more than suitable for shorter stays (1-3 nights). Each room from this category still features all the amenities from higher categories including a kitchenette, Nespresso coffee machine, hi-speed WIFI.
In fact, the only differences between this and other categories is room size.
Double Room deluxe
These attractive and spacious featuring original work of names like Lena Kramaric, George Heidweiller, Casper Faassen, Max Gasparini, Russell Chapman.
Room Superior easily lives up to the name. This superb units highlight features are high ceiling and an ancient balcony which, throughout time, kept its original structure and architects signature carvings. While some parts of the building structures collapsed in the catastrophic earthquake in 1667 and had to be replaced with replicas during the restoration of the Palace, this balcony remained completely intact.
The high ceiling and the carvings on the balcony seem to open up an already spacious room even more. Adding to the charm whilst reaching from below, for more than 250 years now, is the second oldest grape wine in Europe. It still lives strong and growes beautiful wines which provide thick shade to the gothic balcony during hot summer days. She is so loved, that even our Michelin recommended restaurant "Stara Loza" is named after it. (Stara loza in Croatian means "old wine tree")
Oh, and not to mention that, when staying in the room, You are free to enjoy the grapes when they're rype.
Last but not the least is the artist featured. His name is Mark Verdoes. In his artworks Mark investigates several big subjects: the Way (Taoism), the Earth and the cosmos, the decay, life as energy and uninterrupted change of shapes.