After getting a bit lost trying to find the hotel in the dark, we settled in quite nicely to the surroundings. Although it is possible to walk to the old town, driving and free parking was easy in the morning and ultimately later in the day. The owner, was out of town, but it all worked out and we enjoyed the spacious apartment, the local cats, and thoroughly enjoyed Zadar.
Was an okay stay but just expected something different. Great for families, and anyone just wanting to relax and not have to leave the resort. Wifi was HORRIBLE. Was cold so didnt get to spend time on the beach. Market and shops were nice.
Myself and Girlfriend fancied a last minute getaway to the sun and booked the Falkensteiner apartments. The apartment is airy and bright, and was exactly what we wanted. Its relatively spacious, apart from bedroom which was smallish. The pool area is lovely and sits right up against the Adriatic sea which is beautiful. There is a sand beach (uncommon in these parts) 150 Yards from pool area, which is great for kids and young families, and nice for a change of scenery from the poolside loungers. The area itself is quiet and calm, but has a few nice local eateries, as does the resort itself. We spent half of our evenings in Zadar so as to have more choice for eating and going for drinks. Overall food was excellent, especially fish options. Try Bruschetta restaurant or Tinel if eating in Zadar walled region, both beautiful. Wine was cheap and terrific, with staff in many restaurants giving advice on food accompaniment.