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Nov 23, 2017 18:58 EEST
November 23 (SeeNews) - Hard Rock International is interested in opening a hotel in Croatia under its brand Hard Rock Hotels and is currently exploring a number of possible locations in the country, local media reported on Thursday.
Croatia's coastal cities of Split and Dubrovnik, its capital Zagreb and the northern coast are possible locations for HRI's first hotel in the country, news portal Poslovni.hr reported.
Josh Littman, vice president of HRI's development for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is visiting Croatia next week where he is expected to meet with future partners.
"Apart from becoming more and more popular among investors and brands, Croatia is a very interesting market for us, because its rich culture fits in our business philosophy," Littman is quoted saying.
The future hotel will be of four-or five-star category.
Hard Rock International operates in 75 countries around the world and has a portfolio of 176 cafés, 24 hotels and 11 casinos.
Apart from showing interest in Croatia, the company is also looking at Serbia and Montenegro.
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