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In Croatia, is the first floor the ground level?

In Croatia, is the first floor the ground level?

May 30th, 2007, 08:33 PM
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In Croatia, is the first floor the ground level?

Hi all,
in Croatia, is the ground level of an apartment building or hotel referred to as the first floor?

I know that in many European locations, the "first floor" is actually the second floor.

Hotel Concordia in Trogir has promised us a Third Floor Corner room (more windows) facing the harbour. But I wonder if this is the Top Floor (Attic, smaller windows...)The Attic Top Floor would be the 4th Floor as perceived by an American...

Hmmm? Comments?
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May 30th, 2007, 10:48 PM
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Their website refers to the ground floor as having reception and restaurant, so like the rest of Europe the first floor is just that - upstairs. The hotel does not seem to have real attic rooms from the photos of it, but maybe a mansard roof, hard to tell. It may have much bigger windows on the side of course...
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