As the name may suggest, the Grand Hotel Palazzo was built for the aristocracy and wealthy business men in 1910 as the first hotel in Poreč and its design was inspired by the buildings of the Austro-Hungarian era. Today, the hotel still retains its old world charm and sophistication with architectural beauty of a bygone era. The hotel is situated on the tip of the Poreč peninsula on the waterfront and offers views of the harbour and Poreč’s old town. The hotel’s ‘Restaurant Parenzo 1910’ is an elegant venue with a terrace whose menu is inspired by the original hotel’s restaurant menu from 1926 and offers traditional Istrian cuisine. This hotel is a true gem in the Istria region and is an ideal base to explore the region and its culinary delights. The historic town of Poreč is very close by and the nearest beach is a 10 minute walk away.