Island Korcula provides its visitors with many treats of vacationing on Croatian coast. Being a home of the renowned warrior dance called Moreska, and birthplace of fearless explorer Marco Polo, this Croatian Island literally has hundreds of secluded coves and valleys, just waiting to be discovered by curious bathers. One of the oldest coastal resorts in the country, Korcula had active hotels and tourist facilities more than one century ago. The eldest structure of such nature, Hotel de la Ville, has been opened in 1912, and since then hosted numerous important guests and notable historical figures. It has recently been renovated, so check out new looks of Hotel Korcula, brought to you by interior designer Duje Kaliterna.
We already had our chit-chats with Duje here, and hopefully he will continue to refresh established Croatian localities with his ingenious designs. Hotel Korcula has been built of ancient stone, imagined as a large Venetian villa. With spacious terrace providing a wonderful view of Adriatic Sea; it is truly an impressive place to stay. Add fine restaurant and Viennese style café, and you’ll learn why so many people are interested to accommodate themselves in one of its luxurious rooms.
New looks of Hotel Korcula can be observed in our photo gallery below. Consider booking your stay on hotel’s official website.