Almayer Art & Heritage Hotel, Zadar

Almayer’s main hotel building

Almayer Hotel's main building and its walled courtyard with a secret garden are, architecturally, a fascinating blend of history and modernity. The initial house of the nowadays hotel was built in 1863 as an annexe of a then-military hospital and barracks. It was made on the premises of the former de-sacralised medieval monastery of St. Nicholas, which dates back to 1202. In 2017, the building was fully reconstructed and thoughtfully reimagined as a boutique hotel by its owners. It boasts nine exclusive accommodation units, all themed after the Mediterranean winds and "the Seventh room" from Alessandro Baricco's novel "Ocean Sea".

Deluxe Mezzanine Double Rooms

Step into our most elegant and comfortable deluxe double rooms (32-34 m2). Located on the first floor of the hotel, rooms include a bedroom on the mezzanine and a spacious living room.

Standard Double Rooms

Explore our smallest, but cosy and comfy, standard double rooms (21-23 m2). Located mainly on the ground floor of the hotel, they are an ideal starting point for exploring Zadar old town.