HOTEL Pelegrin was once a luxurious hotel located on a beautiful beach in a Croatian village, but it has now been left an eerie shell.
The stunning 419-bed complex was one of the largest on the Adriatic coast, and attracted thousands of international guests in the 1980s.
Hotel Pelegrin was originally part of the Kupari holiday resort for the military elite of the Yugoslav National Army (JNA) after opening its doors in 1963.
The military largely funded the expansion of the resort – and so inevitably it became an accommodation for officers and their friends and families.
Civilians could stay too, but vacancies were more readily available if they had military connections.
But after 17 years in business, the hotel…
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