Hotel Plitvice was constructed in the period from 1954 to 1957, after the designs by renowned Croatian architect, Marijan Haberle. At the time of its construction, it was the first A category hotel in Croatia and beyond, and it is today considered one of the best architectural designs among public buildings of the post-war period in Croatian architecture.
The hotel offers 51 accommodation units, including 19 superior rooms, 12 standard rooms, 20 economy rooms and one suite. The economy rooms offer a queen-sized bed (160 x 200) and washroom with shower; the standard rooms offer two beds (one double bed 140 x 200, one single 100 x 200), and a washroom with bathtub; the Superior room offers a king-sized bed (180 x 200), washroom with bathtub, and pull out sofa, and balcony. All rooms are equipped with satellite television, direct dial telephone and minibar.
Hotel Plitvice has an a la carte restaurant with a capacity of 160 seats, lobby bar with outdoor terrace and TV salon. The restaurant is suitable for the organisation of business lunches, dinners or presentations, while the TV salon is a good venue for smaller groups and seminars of up to 40–50 participants, with all the necessary audio-visual equipment.