Maistra Monte Mulini
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Maistra Monte Mulini, you’ll be centrally located in Rovinj, walking distance from Rovinj Marina and close to Katarina Island. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Romanesque Church of the Holy Trinity and Church of Our Mother of Mercy.
Make yourself at home in one of the 113 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. You’re sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, which include 3 outdoor swimming pools, outdoor tennis courts, and a sauna. Additional amenities at this Mediterranean hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and supervised childcare/activities. Spending a day of fun is easy with the theme park shuttle (surcharge).
Food & Drink
Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 3 bars/lounges. A complimentary hot/cold buffet breakfast is served daily.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, limo/town car service, and dry cleaning/laundry services. For a surcharge, guests may use a roundtrip airport shuttle (available 24 hours) and a cruise ship terminal shuttle.
How to Get There
This is an amazing hotel with superb staff, food and rooms all set in a wonderful location. Read the many excellent reviews and you'll see what I mean. This is my 7th visit in 7 years which shows how much I rate this hotel and it really is a 5 star hotel. If that is not enough then the town of Rovinj cannot be bettered in Croatia.
We're not normally into leaving reviews but the Monte Mulini is truly exceptional and the staff, from reception to cleaners and restaurant staff, really outstanding. Breakfast was a feast especially when a table on the terrace was available. The waiters were attentive,and at times quite formal, having to deal occasionally with difficult to please guests. Behind the formality we found them warm, informative and entertaining. We got to know Jasmine and Oliver particularly well and when I asked the latter for a coffee his reply was "maybe"!!
Our room booked through Tui had a partial sea view, which really provided us with a glimpse of blue through the garden shrubbery, but was very convenient and did not concern us at all.
The walk to Rovinj was lovely and only torrential rain would persuade us to take a taxi.
We'll return to the Monte Mulini without a doubt.
This was our second visit to Croatia and first to Istria. Though several sources mention how expensive this hotel is, we took a chance and for the most part we were not disappointed. First, a special shout out to reception staff Marijian. He is simply the best. Our flight was delayed so instead of arriving at 12 am, we arrived at 1 am. Marijian could not have been more welcoming and seemed genuinely happy to be greeting us and checking us in at 1 am. He is truly a great ambassador with an infectious enthusiasm for both the hotel and the area, sharing much useful information but not at all overbearing. We were starving and without us asking, he told us that room service is 24/7. And what a room service it is. We ordered a salad and prosciutto along with two glasses of wine. The very charming room service guy said ok, thanks, see you in a moment, which made my husband chuckle. But literally a few moments later, our food and wine arrived and it was outstanding. I would say probably the best room service meal I've ever had. The tomato and burrata salad was faultless with perfect tomatoes, fresh basil and perfect temperature cheese. Same for the Istrian prosciutto and tomato toast. Room service was again super quick when my husband called back to order more wine. We were blown away by the food and service at that time of morning. Contrast this with a recent stay my husband had in Wash DC with our 18 year son; they arrived at 11 pm starving and were told NOTHING was available from Hyatt room service. The downside was the following morning, we were awoken quite early due to noise from the lobby/reception staff. Our room (310) was literally right off the lobby (I've never had a room right off the lobby ever) and the reception staff had heels on which made a lot of noise on the floor, along with a lot of slamming doors. It was probably the noisiest hotel stay of our week long visit to Croatia and quite annoying to be woken so early. Also, I was getting dressed at 11 am -- the closet is literally right next to the room door when there was a knock. I said very loudly, "Just a minute please" but the female staff woman barged in anyway saying that she had to leave whatever item she was dropping off because she wouldn't be coming back to this part of the hotel. Super rude -- I was not dressed so had to jump into the closet -- and she did hear me say just a minute. Breakfast in the hotel is outstanding but service was not great and somewhat haphazard. We missed breakfast our first morning so had avocado toast on the lobby bar terrace which was excellent Another shout out to the barman Antonio in the lobby bar who made us two excellent gin and tonics. The hotel has a superb gin menu; my husband had our usual favorite The Botanist while I tried the Croatian gin with a tonic from Chili and fresh cardamon pods. Two of the best gin and tonics we've ever had in a very lovely bar that we had all to ourselves. I paid $150 extra/night for our room to Molton & Brown toiletries, a wine and olive oil tasting and a spa sample experience. We did not get the chance to do either the tastings or spa, The tasting was scheduled at 630 pm -- too early for us as we stay on the beach as long as possible. We also really enjoyed the old town of Rovinj so ended up with no time for the spa treatment. So I would not recommend paying extra for those add-ons. Speaking of the town, a couple reviewers said the town is a short 10 min walk -- it's actually closer to 30 min walk and on one part there is no pavement so we took taxis. Taxi rates varied wildly. The hotel called us a taxi to town and the five minute journey was 75 kuna. But the return journey was 20 kuna. We didn't understand this and asked the reception staff who told us that the "reliable" taxis charge 75 kuna while the "cut price unreliable" taxis charge 20. That seems a bit odd and on two further visits to town, the rates varied just as wildly with the 20 kuna taxis being exactly the same reliability as the 75 kuna taxis. Not a big deal but not great either as no tourist likes to feel like they are being fleeced by taxi drivers. There also are not enough loungers for guests at the pool so we always went to beach. Staff at the beach were fantastic. Overall a great stay despite poor sleep quality. The bed was firm and very comfortable so just be sure to request a room away from the lobby.
Stayed here for 5 nights at the beginning of June. I’ve stayed in many luxury hotels around the world and this is one of my favourites. We used the private beach, beach bar, the spa, the pool area and pool bar. All lovely with fantastic staff working hard with a smile to make guest stays memorable
We used the free bikes a lot as there is a great national park nearby with pretty cycling trails.
We loved it so much we were trying to find dates in our diaries to come back again within a few weeks - sadly too busy.
I anticipate we will become regulars at this hotel , well I hope so!
We really had a great stay at this gorgeous hotel. The rooms are beautiful with spectacular bathrooms. The restaurants are fabulous with excellent amenities. Sits right on the Adriatic with a short walk to the old historic seaside town.