ZAGREB, April 8 (Croatia Sun News) – The Arena Hospitality hotel group and the Kamgrad construction company have donated medical equipment to the Pula General Hospital, and the Falkensteiner hotel group has donated 200 vouchers to two Zagreb hospitals for their staff to go on holiday when it is possible, the hotel groups reported.
The Arena Hospitality hotel group, which in addition to hotels in Pula and Istria operates hotels in several European markets, together with the Kamgrad construction company donated medical equipment for disinfecting sensitive medical devices and facilities of the Pula General Hospital.
That hotel group had also recently independently donated LCD TVs for the new part of the Pula hospital, as well as provided a meal preparation service, that is lunch packages, for the hospital staff, in addition to making their employees available for the preparation and cleaning of the new hospital ward, the hotel group underscored.
The Austrian hotel group Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences, which operates in several Croatian destinations, said that it had donated a total of 200 vouchers to the Sveti Duh Hospital and the Fran Mihaljevic Infectious Diseases Hospital in Zagreb for their medical staff to go on a weekend break in the group’s facilities in the Zadar area.
The two-night stay vouchers are intended for the staff and their families, and 100 vouchers are for the Falkensteiner’s resort Borik in Zadar, while 100 vouchers are for the Punta Skala resort near Petrcane.