Melegran is a hipster heritage hotel located in the old part of town. The rooms are comfortable but very small and the reception is closed after midnight. But Melegran has one strategic advantage: due to the proximity of apartments in old houses where the locals really live and not tourists, you feel like you are part of the local community. Our room, for example, looked out on someone’s attic and living room and every morning we could smell what a lady was cooking with whom we shared a courtyard in front of the hotel room entrance.
Melegran offers a unique experience from the large hotels you find along the coast in Rovinj. This smaller hotel offers you a more modern and versatile stay than the competition, and the hotel serves as an excellent base for exploring the streets of Rovinj. The main building was formerly the house of a sculptor, now with a hole-in-the-wall bar and reception. The hotel also has nearby apartments scattered around it, where you will find, among other things, the two-room mezzanine suite but a luxurious roof terrace and sea views.
An unavoidable Rovinj address for all fans of vintage style!
This picturesque place is a must-have destination when visiting Rovinj…
We have heard many times that Rovinj is one of our most picturesque cities along the Adriatic coast and is definitely worth a visit, but excuses such as lack of time and crowded schedule always prevented us from going there and experience first hand the stay in this charming fishing town.
The situation we have been in for the past three months has taught us a lot, and most important of all is that life is only one, time is precious and in the end we only remember those moments that create wonderful memories.
I am super pleased to share the coverage of The Melegran from the April issue of Conde Nast Traveller.
The hotel has been included in the hugely popular Editor’s List 2020. This annual list serves as a year-round go-to for readers and so it offers excellent placement for the hotel.