Sea Girt, New Jersey
March 16, 2001
The hotel provides an excellent and substantial breakfast buffet every day throughout the morning – and we enjoyed taking our food outside for a leisurely meal with a terrific view of the beautiful harbor. The hostess would even make an omelet for you if you were interested – the service was excellent.
If You Are Arriving By Car It can be tricky driving around Trogir, since most of the town is closed to cars. The following directions will get you to the parking area of the Hotel Concordia: Once you turn off the mainland road Alojzija Stepinca and drive over the small bridge that links Trogir with the mainland, immediately after the bridge turn right onto Hrvatskih Mucenika – there will be a small guardhouse. Stop at the guardhouse and tell the gatekeeper that you are staying at the Hotel Concordia – if you have some sort of confirmation from the hotel, such as an e-mail, it will be helpful. Once allowed through the gate, follow the road almost to the end and take the second main left turn (Hvratskog Prolijeca) – at the end of this short road there are parking spaces. You will see the Kamerlenga Fortress on your right; the Hotel Concordia will be one building over on your left.
Besides being awakened at 7:00 a.m. sharp by 5 minutes of clamorous church bells from Sv. Dominik next door, The Concordia was the perfect place for us to spend a restful four days enjoying the beauty and festive atmosphere of Trogir.
From journal Trogir - The Happening Heart of Dalmatia