Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Solin does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel President Solin, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel President Solin offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Hotel President Solin are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Mediterranean restaurants, including Konoba - Pizzeria River and Konoba Girasole, all of which are a short distance from Hotel President Solin.
Best of all, Hotel President Solin makes it easy to experience many great Solin attractions like Ruins of the Solin Amphitheatre, Ancient Salona, and Kapljuc, which are some popular ancient ruins.
Hotel President Solin looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Solin.
Am sorry but i have read lots of these reviews..and think they are just rubbish!..i stayed at this Beautiful Hotel with my Mum on a Saga holiday..Hotel was stunning..food was fine..plenty of choice. Swimming area bit shaded by trees/plants..staff were fine..good location and our Saga rep was the best..Dubi..people moan far too much!..I would definately stay at this Hotel again...
Currently staying here, it's lovely. The staff are super friendly, the service is great and breakfast is great with a dedicated omelette chef and a great range of hot and cold choices. It's a great location outside Split and you can easily reach the centre of Split in about 20mins for about £7 or 8. We used Bolt which was more responsibility than Uber.
This is not complaining about hotel it’s more for them to change their stars and clean Hotel needs help older and not maintained and on top of everything not clean After informing them about room not being cleaned all what was in response was we try our best well not enough for 5 stars hotel please don’t make other people believe you are worth 5 stars ,NO!!!!
We too travelled with Saga, on an all-inclusive basis. The bottom line is this is actually a very nice hotel. The lounge is comfortable, the public areas are clean and comfortable and the bedrooms are a generous size. The chandeliers in reception are amazing and the dark wood panelling everywhere is very attractive. Except - it's NOT wood, it's plastic!! Most of the staff are fine. The two pools are lovely, albeit even after a hot summer bitterly cold. However. My first drink was a beer. It was warm and poured from a plastic bottle, which I was told was from Lidl or Aldi just down the road. It was truly awful. The local spirits were just about OK but certainly nothing like the proprietry brands. The wine was generously supplied and acceptable. Now the food. On the whole, it was dreadful. The main problem was it was never, ever hot. Cold food became the subject of much comment. It was mostly bland and tasteless. I resorted to having cheese sandwiches most days. The "desserts", as described, were one small cake each. There were two choices - take it or leave it! Finally, opposite reception is a church. It has a very loud bell that chimes the hour. At 5am it chimes, you guessed, five times. Then, another 140 times!! It is horrendous. As many others have said, for the negative reasons in many, many reviews, Saga should stop using this hotel. And don't even START me off on Saga.…
We visited this hotel as part of a Saga tour. We stayed for three nights on an all-inclusive basis and to say that we were disappointed is an understatement. The hotel would have been magnificent in its day and is impressive at first sight but has seen better days. The real complaints centre round the food and drinks, or rather lack of them. The bar was not manned for most of the time so we couldn’t get our drinks. When it was, my husband asked for a beer and the barman reached under the bar and gave him one that must have been poured earlier. It was like something out of Faulty Towers. There was an extra charge for diet tonics. The lists of complaints was endless. The meals were poor. The choice of deserts were the same, every night. Our table of eight were given a plate of eight small buns of four different types on day one. Day two the same and you guessed it, exactly the same choice on Day Three, by which time there could have been a revolt especially as this was meant to be the highlight of the trip with a final dinner. Abysmal! I refrained from writing a revue earlier as I could only imagine that this dreadful hotel would not be patronised by Saga again only to find that it is included in its 2023 brochure. Keep away at all costs.…
At first sight- nice big room, lovely furniture, good storage space, nice view from the small balcony, modern bathroom, but in the evening we found out that the bidet in the bathroom had no hot water, only freezing cold water was coming from the tap so I couldn’t use it. The balcony door had a broken lock so we couldn’t close it properly making the room not very secure. We reported these issues immediately to the reception, but nothing was done while we stayed in this hotel. Breakfast was good but lunch and dinner was hit and miss. This hotel doesn’t deserve to be five star, we had too many things wrong.
Half of the staff were very friendly like the receptionists but the bar guy and the restaurant staff were not. Neither was the spa staff. No smiles or service thinking. Maybe they are tired of tourists. The food was below expectation. Not what was expected by a 5 star hotel. So I spent as little time as possible at the hotel which was a shame as I had looked forward to some pool and spa time etc. The room was good but Did not make up for the other things unfortunately. Also the view from the room was overlooking a church and not the pool so if you want to have a pool View make sure you ask for it as the alternative is not very inspiring.
We stayed for 4 nights as part of a tour group . A very Olde World look as you arrive in the lobby. We found the Reception team to be lovely, really helpful and friendly. Our room had a walk in shower , which I had requested & been told the Hotel President didn’t have by our Tour Company!!! Our room was spacious, comfortable bed & pillows , great bathroom. We looked over the gardens to the church . It was impossible to have the balcony doors open during the night due to the ringing of the bells , this lesson was learned during our first night. The pool area was really nice , lots of tables / chairs & sun loungers. It was never too busy at the times we went so always some available in the sun . The pools did have stairs into them but I found it was quiet deep & a bit chilly. There were jacuzzi tubs but no instructions on how they worked , so we gave up . Our Tour Company had it’s own lounge area , this was a bit soulless with uncomfortable tales & chairs and a coffee machine that wasn’t always switched on . Our drinks were all inclusive, the beer came out of a plastic screw top bottle . However the wine & G&T were drinkable. Some of the staff didn’t really want to serve you & seemed to do a vanishing act , we found Maria made a good G&T and was friendly though. The thing that really let this hotel down was the food . It was usually between vaguely warm & cold . We found it quiet bland with poor presentation and overcooked. The omelette chef was good and the food hot. There isn’t much to do here in Solin , just a few bars & shops . Do have a look at the church though . It is really modern inside & gives a wow moment in comparison to many other churches we have been shown in various countries.…
Awful food, awful service, tired hotel not 5 star. Arrived to glass of prosecco through lovely reception with statement staircase and chandeliers. Hit first problem when someone asked for a beer. None on tap or any other drinks come to that. Beer from a plastic bottle, flat and tastes awful. Went to room and again first impression was wow. Generously proportioned, double sink in bathroom and jacuzzi bath, large bedroom area, balcony overlooking Olympic size pool. Again disappointed to see a crane and building site right opposite, and large apartment buildings overlooking the hotel. Closer inspection of room rugs were filthy, broken towel rail, and wait for it faeces on outside of toilet, bidet and in bath. Not touched while we were there! Went to dinner that evening on my birthday and wedding anniversary, hoping for a nice meal. Dining room looks nice, but loads of diners, and a small buffet area, so long queues. Dreadful but worse was yet to come. Had the chicken, not fresh veg but frozen, very little salad, hard bread. Took a bite of chicken to find it was raw! Wife and I got up, left hotel and had food at oval restaurant which served edible food. Returned later to hear we weren't the only ones to have raw chicken. Complain to Saga rep who was reluctant to speak to management. Dessert turned out to be 4 cakes on a plate, or a banana or orange. Staff asked if food was good, were told by virtually everyone it was dreadful. Wife spoke to food manager who said proper chef was off. Said food would be better tomorrow. Gave it another go, was beef, looked nice, stone cold, no veg to speak of. Not much else. Guess what for dessert? Yes 4 cakes again. Same ones as night before. Turns out hotel was hosting a rotary do, that's where we saw all the nice food going. Third night was meant to farewell served dinner. That didn't happen, back to same old buffet dinner. Slightly different in that there were a few things to eat, again very little else, hardly any salad again. Guess what for dessert? You guessed it same cakes again. People started complaining and asked for ice cream, one table got it. We asked as did others, told none left and not on menu. Complained to reception, and more ice cream miraculously appeared, and most people had it. Staff lied to our faces. Only Damir and Ivana were worth speaking to, as others pouted and sulked around the dining room. For breakfast, choice was limited, cooked breakfast undercooked again, tasteless fruit, watered down fruit juice, might have been squash, horrible coffee from machine. Toaster was something to behold, numerous people burnt themselves trying to eject the toast. Waiter even said machine was "sh1t" - his actual word! This was the third hotel, supposedly 5 star to end our Jewels of Croatia trip. Left a nasty taste in the mouth, Saga should drop this pathetic excuse for a hotel immediately!! Want to end on slightly good note, outdoor pools were nice, if very colld, but did use indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. That was nice. Could do with a dee clean however. Sorry couldn't review positively, there was a heavy rain storm night before we came home, the ceiling in Saga lounge leaked so couldn't use it, and there was a bucket collecting water right outside the lift! Saga sell this hotel as 5 star hotel in stunning location. Its in the middle of housing and surrounded by busy roads. There is a local park, small river and church, whose bells rings every hour from 5 in the morning. If your room on that side of hotel, be prepared. In summary, rubbish hotel in need of major refurbishment, surly staff in dispute with the management, lack of staff generally. Avoid at all costs. Saga ditch this hotel immediately. …
Not a friendly place reception staff lovely but bar staff especially one female Marie so rude shouldn't be there doesn't want to serve you.Food cold and you have to be there early as nothing left.Shame as a beautiful building nice rooms and Solin is nice.
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