This hotel has an excellent location right on the sea front and at the end of a cul-de-sac, so no passing traffic. It is immaculately decorated and spotlessly clean. The staff are polite and helpful. They all seem to speak good English, and were very patient with my bungling Croatian. The food was wonderful, lots of fish, fresh fruit and salad, enormous variety, plenty of meat for those who hate fish, the best chips outside England, the best bacon I have ever tasted, I could go on and on.
The resort is a sheltered bay facing east. There is quite a lot of beach by Croatian standards, almost continuous for a couple of miles of gold coloured gravel. Behind that is a paved promenade. The swimming is good - no sea urchins and boats are excluded for safety by a line of bouys. The walking is good through forest, but the paths are steep - boots area good idea. Shops sell groceries, postcards, souvenirs, etc.
An important point - it is worth paying the extra for the seaview. The other rooms face inland to a car park and more tourist accommodation.