A month ago, we slept in a room overlooking a two-and-a-half-meter-long private kitchen with the smells of old-fashioned home-cooked food, to spend last weekend in Melegran’s first step into serious, unconditional luxury. Namely, Melegran also took over the house at 18 Montalbano Street.
At the top of this house there is a duplex apartment which Melegran introduces to a new level of hotel competition. With this rather sensational apartment, Melegran is no longer one of the many small boutique hotels that play on retro decoration and a sense of belonging to the local community. With an apartment on Via Montalbano 18 decorated during the lockdown, Melegran enters the competition for the most beautiful hotel accommodation in all of Rovinj, a city with four five star hotels (okay, Adriatic technically has four stars but definitely deserves five.)