Valamar introduces “Work from Hotel” offer in Poreč

first_imgPhoto: Valamar Last month, Valamar launched a new “long stay” service rent for a longer stay of at least one month, which he introduced to Istra Premium Camping Resort in Poreč and Ježevac Premium Camping Resort on the island of Krk. There is of course a special wellness program, and the hotel also offers an indoor pool and gym, as well as bed and dinner service within the hotel. Although it is a similar offer, the difference is that this offer is based on a shorter stay and primarily focused on business users, ie digital nomads who will move the office to a hotel for a few days, while the “long stay” offer is based on a minimum one month stay. Interestingly, as part of the “long stay” offer, Valamar also focused on digital nomads in camps in Istria and Krk, although it is a long-term lease of at least a month, but the new offerWork from Hotel „ yet it is more naturally tied to digital nomads who will move the office to a hotel for three or a week, to merge meetings in a region, or change the location of the office to merge business with pleasure. / / / VALAMAR INVITES ALL DIGITAL NOMADS TO ISTRIA AND THE ISLAND OF KRKcenter_img Now Valamar has gone a step further, and introduced the offer “Valamar Diamant Hotel 4 * in Poreč”Work from Hotel”. “As part of this new Valamar offer, the hotel room of one of the most famous hotels in Poreč becomes an ideal workplace for maximum work performance because it offers the comfort of a spacious living room and work space, high speed internet, direct dial telephone, coffee maker and room service. Guests can also book a meeting room equipped with projectors, a conference call system and a printer.”Point out from Valamar and add that it also offers opportunities for guests with children who can enjoy their animation Maro Club. The offer includes a 15% discount on accommodation for a minimum of 3 nights, and is valid for the period from November 1, 2020 to March 20, 2021. In the offer of the Valamar Diamant hotel, guests will be able to choose comfortable suites with a view of the sea or the park and enjoy many benefits.Workation Deala, Which has become a popular global trend. last_img read more

Richardson new shareholder at Wasps

first_img He added: “Financial stability is our immediate focus and our aim is to become a self-sustainable business within a number of years. “We are now looking at developing a longer-term business strategy with the ultimate aim of ensuring we achieve that goal.” Richardson sees a new ground – either owned outright by Wasps or co-owned with another party – as central to a successful financial future for the club. “We feel it is vital that we own or co-own our own ground,” Richardson said. “We are not interested in a ground-share, which is prohibitive in terms of helping us to become self-sustainable. “We are currently looking at sites and co-ownership options. Ideally we believe that west London is a natural future home for London Wasps but we are exploring lots of options at a very initial stage at the moment.” Richardson confirmed ambitions to invest in new training and administrative facilities for the club. “This is another project that is already under way and should be something we can advance quickly over the next year or so,” he said. Richardson, whose business background is in insurance, vowed to bring financial stability back to a club that came close to administration last year. Wasps was saved by a consortium led by former player Ken Moss when they avoided relegation last summer, but that was only ever intended to be a short-term solution. The club was losing £2million a season before the Moss consortium stepped in and was saddled with a £1.5million secured debt. Richardson said: “The club has been through some tough times but I am confident that, with the right management and commercial focus, new investment can really reinvigorate everything about London Wasps.” Irish businessman Derek Richardson has become the new principal shareholder of Wasps and revealed long-term plans to move the club back to west London.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Three-point weekend keeps Leafs on top of Murdoch Division

first_img“Darnel (St. Pierre) returned and had a real great game for us last night,” McLellan said. “We’ve been really lucky that way, if someone is out we’ve had guys step up to replace them.”“We’ve been a little bit banged up as well, but it’s still early and we’re always trying to get better,” McLellan added.Nelson finished the game out shooting the Rebels 47-26.Soles got the start in both games to raise his season record to 4-0-0-1.“We just want to get one guy going and Adam is going to be back in the net here soon,” said McLellan when asked if there was anything wrong with his other netminder, Adam Maida.“With both (Adam Maida and Brett Soles) being two pretty good goaltenders we wanted to get one of them going and need one to be the starter and with Brett we’re sort of leaning to more maturity.”The three-point weekend keeps the Leafs in top spot in the Murdoch Division.Nelson, 5-1-2-1, holds a three-point lead over Spokane Braves and Grand Forks Border Bruins heading into Sunday action.Nelson returns home to complete what has been a steady string of games at the NDCC Arena Friday and Saturday.The Leafs open the three-game weekend against the Rebels before welcoming the Spokane Braves for a Saturday tilt.Both games begin at 7 p.m.Sunday Nelson travels to Castlegar for an afternoon game against the Rebels.BLUELINES: Team captain Aaron Dunlap missed both games with an upper body injury. The Alaskan native should be ready to return for the upcoming three-game weekend . . .. The three-game set is also dubbed as Parent Weekend for the Leafs. The franchise welcomes the player’s parents to watch all three games. Coach Dave McLellan said the weekend is a great opportunity for the players . . .. While Nelson is having a great start to the season, Osoyoos is having an incredible beginning; having won all 10 games played this season. The Coyotes hold a commanding 10-point advantage over second-place Summerland in Okanagan Division standings. Osoyoos leads the league in offence with 59 goals and holds plus-33 goals for-goals against average. It’s not often in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League two teams play to a 1-1 tie.However, that’s what happened Saturday as the Nelson Leafs and Castlegar Rebels battled to the overtime draw in the Sunflower City.“Last night was a game where we really dominated the play . . . from the get-go to the end but we just didn’t capitalize on the many quality scoring chances we had,” said Leaf coach Dave McLellan Sunday.“We practically outplayed Castlegar, we just couldn’t find a way to score.”All the scoring happened in the opening frame when Lindan Calliou for the Rebels and Leafs Darnel St. Pierre scored less than a minute apart.Castlegar’s goal came against the flow and in a period Nelson out shot the home side 10-3.After that it was a battle between the two goalies — Patrick Zubick, the busier of the two, and Brett Soles.“We’re a tough team to play against . . . last night in my estimation we limited Castlegar to (26 shots) and when you’re doing that your team is heading in the right direction,” McLellan explained.The Leafs were lifted by the return of last year’s captain Darnel St. Pierre to the blueline after the hard-hitting blueliner sat out the last two games with a suspension.St. Pierre’s presence definitely helped the Leafs, who lost another defender, Patrick Croome early in the game due to a checking-from-behind penalty.last_img read more

Greece, Cyprus in AP’s Weekly Sports Calendar

first_imgThese are among the top sports events of the week. Coverage of most of these events will move on this circuit:FRIDAY, Oct. 6Various sites — football, World Cup qualifying: EUROPE: Georgia vs. Wales, Kosovo vs. Ukraine, Liechtenstein vs. Israel, Italy vs. FYROM, Ireland vs. Moldova, Spain vs. Albania, Croatia vs. Finland, Turkey vs. Iceland, Austria vs. Serbia. AFRICA: Mali vs. Ivory Coast. CONCACAF: United States vs. Panama, Mexico vs. Trinidad and Tobago, Costa Rica vs. Honduras.thru 8, Beijing — tennis, ATP-WTA, China Open.thru 8, Tokyo — tennis, ATP, Japan Open.thru 10, Bloemfontein, South Africa — cricket, South Africa vs. Bangladesh, 2nd test.thru 10, Dubai, United Arab Emirates — cricket, Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka, 2nd test.thru 8, Scotland — golf, European Tour, Dunhill Links Championship.thru 8, Spain — auto racing, WRC, Spanish Rally.thru 9, Montreal — gymnastics, world championships.SATURDAY, Oct. 7Various sites — football, World Cup qualifying: EUROPE: Gibraltar vs. Estonia, Sweden vs. Luxembourg, Faroe Islands vs. Latvia, Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Belgium, Cyprus vs. Greece, Switzerland vs. Hungary, Belarus vs. Netherlands, Bulgaria vs. France, Andorra vs. Porugal. AFRICA: South Africa vs. Burkina Faso, Uganda vs. Ghana, Nigeria vs. Zambia, Cameroon vs. Algeria, Libya vs. Congo DR, Guinea vs. Tunisia, Cape Verde Islands vs. Senegal, Morocco vs. Gabon.Cape Town, South Africa — rugby, Rugby Championship, South Africa vs. New Zealand.Mendoza, Argentina — rugby, Rugby Championship, Argentina vs. Australia.Ranchi, India — cricket, India vs. Australia, 1st T20.Stuttgart, Germany — boxing, Chris Eubank Jr. vs. Avni Yildirim for Eubank’s IBO super middleweight title.SUNDAY, Oct. 8Various sites — football, World Cup qualifying: EUROPE: Denmark vs. Romania, Slovenia vs. Scotland, Slovakia vs. Malta, Kazakhstan vs., Armenia, Lithuania vs. England, Poland vs. Montenegro, Norway vs. Northern Ireland, Germany vs. Azerbaijan, Czech Republic vs. San Marino. AFRICA: Egypt vs. Congo.Suzuka, Japan — auto racing, F1, Japanese GP.MONDAY, Oct. 9Europe — football, World Cup qualifying: Serbia vs. Georgia, Israel vs. Spain, Ukraine vs. Croatia, Iceland vs. Kosovo, Finland vs. Turkey, Wales vs. Ireland, Moldova vs. Austria, Albania vs. Italy, FYROM vs. Liechtenstein.thru 15, Shanghai — tennis, ATP, Shanghai Masters.thru 15, Hong Kong — tennis, WTA, Hong Kong Open.thru 15, Linz, Austria — tennis, WTA, Ladies Linz.thru 15, Tianjin, China — tennis, WTA, Tianjin Open.TUESDAY, Oct. 10Various sites — football, World Cup qualifying: ASIA: Australia vs. Syria. EUROPE: Luxembourg vs. Bulgaria, Portugal vs. Switzerland, Latvia vs. Andorra, Hungary vs. Faroe Islands, Netherlands vs. Sweden, France vs. Belarus, Belgium vs. Cyprus, Esotnia vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece vs. Gibraltar. SOUTH AMERICA: Paraguay vs. Venezuela, Uruguay vs. Bolivia, Peru vs. Colombia, Brazil vs. Chile, Ecuador vs. Argentina. CONCACAF: Honduras vs. Mexico, Panama vs. Costa Rica, Trinidad and Tobago vs. United States.Guwahati, India — cricket, India vs. Australia, 2nd T20.WEDNESDAY, Oct. 11No new major events.THURSDAY, Oct. 12thru 15, Parco Reale di Monza, Italy — golf, European Tour, Italian Open.thru 15, Incheon, South Korea — golf, US LPGA Tour, KEB Hana Bank Championship.FRIDAY, Oct. 13Hyderabad, India — cricket, India vs. Australia, 3rd T20.Dubai, United Arab Emirates — cricket, Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka, 1st ODI.SATURDAY, Oct. 14London — boxing, George Groves vs. Jamie Cox for Groves’ WBA super middleweight title.New York — boxing, Erislandy Lara vs. Terrell Gausha for Lara’s WBA junior middleweight title; Jermell Charlo vs. Erickson Lubin for Charlo’s WBC junior middleweight title; Jarrett Hurd vs. Austin Trout for Hurd’s IBF junior middleweight title.Carson, California — boxing, Leo Santa Cruz vs. Chris Avalos for Santa Cruz’s WBA super featherweight title; Abner Mares vs. Andres Gutierrez for Mares’ WBA featherweight title.SUNDAY, Oct. 15Kimberley, South Africa — cricket, South Africa vs. Bangladesh, 1st ODI.thru 22, Mexico City — archery, world championships.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more