According to the VP of Europe’s development, the company is considering opening facilities in Croatia.
Croatia.- Josh Littman, Hard Rock International’s vice president of development in charge of markets in Europe, Middle East and Africa, confirmed that the company is interested in developing hotels in Croatia. More destinations are also being considered.
“Apart from becoming more and more popular among investors and brands, Croatia is a very interesting market for us because it fits with its rich culture into our business philosophy. We are interested in Split, Dubrovkik, Zagreb and the northern Adriatic coast, and we hope to realize a 4 or 5 star hotel project in some of these destinations in the forthcoming period. We are open to various options, from franchise to contract management or investment,” said Littman.
Littman is expected to go to Zagreb this week to take part in the Expo investment conference, where he will meet future partners in Croatia. Hard Rock International operated in 75 countries and has 11 casinos, the company hasn’t unveiled any information about adding gambling in Croatia’s facility but did confirm that the cities considered could offer entertainment.