ZAGREB (Croatia), January 28 (SeeNews) - Toplice, a three-star hotel in Croatian spa centre Krapina, has been put up for sale, real estate company Colliers said.
Before it was closed for business in 2020, the hotel's serices were mostly directed towards senior citizens, Colliers said on its website without elaborating on the sale price.
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According to local media reports, the hotel owner is Spring spa Hotel, which is set up by a Hong Kong-based company Zhongya Holding represented by Chinese individual Yongdong Wu and CSEBA, a business association connecting China and southeastern Europe.
The hotel, which has direct access to a hot spring, has 163 rooms and a total area of 8,000 sq m, according to Colliers said.
Its revenue stood at 894,000 euro ($995,000) in 2019 and 953,700 euro in 2018.
The hotel is located 50 kilometres away from the capital Zagreb.
($= 0.898 euro)