Pula

Mar 21, 2019 - Mar 22, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

While many people may not think of Croatia as the place to travel when they are exploring the world, you may be more adventurous and knowledgeable than some of those other world explorers. As such, you might be looking forward to a journey to and through Pula, Croatia.

However, if you want to stay a few days and really see all of what Pula has to offer including the Pula Arena, the Archäologisches Museum Istriens, and the Sacred Hearts art gallery, you will need to find yourself a great hotel to stay in. Finding the right hotel for your stay in Pula, Croatia can make all the difference in the world in your trip. The hotel that is right for you can improve your trip exponentially and alternatively, the wrong hotel could ruin your stay.

How Can I Find the Right Hotel in Pula?

If you want to make sure that you find the right hotel room for yourself in the Pula area, then you need to be sure you have the right tools and resources to do so. Skyscanner can provide you with those necessary resources and tools. All you need to do is put in your destination (Pula, Croatia) and the dates that you will be there.

Once you enter that information, Skyscanner will do the rest of the work for you and compile a comprehensive list of hotels with rooms available when you will be in town. Once you have this list, you can use a variety of filters to narrow down your search results so you only see the types of hotels you want. This can include choosing the star ratings you wish to view, the prices you are willing to spend, and the amenities that you want and need.

How Much Do Hotel Rooms in Pula Cost?

Traveling internationally can get pricey, but luckily the costs of hotels in Pula, Croatia are quite reasonable and by using Skyscanner, those reasonable prices become even more unbelievable because you will get the bare minimum prices available every time.

On the lower end of the scale, the lowest hotel room prices in Pula, Croatia fall into the $25 to $50 range per night. These are generally for hostels as well as one to two star hotel rooms. If you are looking for a standard hotel (i.e. a three star hotel option), you will be looking at prices averaging between $50 to $75 per night. And, of course, luxury accommodations will be more in the range of $90 to $150 and up per night of your stay on average.

Can I Find Four and Five Star Hotels in Pula?

Pula is a large Croatian city and because of that, there are several luxurious four star hotels that you can choose from if you would like to enjoy some luxe and glamourous surroundings in your travels. A few of the four star hotel options in Pula include Park Plaza Histria Pula, Boutique Hotel Villa Vulin 5, and Butique Hotel Oasi. These hotels offer luxuries such as spas, gourmet restaurants, swimming pools, and more to guests lucky enough to book a room there.

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What are travelers saying about Pula?

9.8
Adventure Travelers
9.4
Backpackers
7.3
History Buffs
5.9
Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member reviews (22)
Backpacker Mike
Backpacker MikeClermont, Florida, USA
3/4/19

I absolutely loved Pula. The people were very nice and they have so much rich Roman history and more there. It is a nice spot to go where the tourists haven't really invaded yet. The culture is amazing and you can take day boat trips to explore the Istrian Peninsula. Places to stay are a great price and you get your money's worth in Pula.

Mitja R
Mitja R
5/4/17

In Pula is main atractions the only one Roams Coloseum in the world which is complete..its similar as in Rome-Italy but smaller and complete,as the on ein Rome is not complete and damaged!

Ognjena
OgnjenaOstarski Stanovi, Croatia
3/17/17

The wealth of Roman architecture makes otherwise workaday Pula (ancient Polensium) a standout among Croatia’s larger cities. The star of the show is the remarkably well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, smack in the heart of the city, which dominates the streetscape and doubles as a venue for summer concerts and festivals. Historical attractions aside, Pula is a busy commercial city on the sea that has managed to retain a friendly small-town appeal. Just a short bus ride away, a series of beaches awaits at the resorts that occupy the Verudela Peninsula to the south. Although marred with residential and holiday developments, the coast is dotted with fragrant pine groves, seaside cafes and a clutch of good restaurants. Further south along the indented shoreline, the Premantura Peninsula hides a spectacular nature park, the protected cape of Kamenjak.

Marija & Milan K
Marija & Milan KOstarski Stanovi, Croatia
5/22/16

Adorable and charming city which offers a variety of over 3000 years of history and culture combined in modern society requirements.

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of $48 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Pula is August, with an average price of $124 per night.
The average price of a hotel in March last year was $59 per night. This is 16% less than the average nightly price of $69 seen over the previous 12 months.

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