Time Out says
Six kilometres north of Rovinj, the Amarin resort comprises an attractive cluster of two-person to six-person apartments situated on a green slope overlooking the sea. Two thirds are renovated units originally built in the 1970s; the other third is completely new, designed by 3LHD, the Zagreb-based architecture practice responsible for the nearby Hotel Lone. A contemporary Croatian design theme runs throughout the resort, with furniture by NumenforUse, Bratović & Borovnjak and Grupa: signage by Lana Cavar, and graphic art inside the rooms courtesy of street artist Oko. Famous for drawing phantasmagorical creatures with the heads of animals, Oko was inspired by the local Istrian fauna (sheep, donkeys, boškarin cattle) to create the playful images that adorn the apartments here. Amarin also offers a well-shaded campsite, two pools between the accommodation units and the beach, tennis courts, entertainment for kids, restaurants and bars.