Hotel Korčula is the icon of Korčula’s and Croatian tourism. Hotel Korčula is the first hotel ever built in Korčula, it dates back to 1906 when tourism and travel was privilege of wealthy Europeans. It is the oldest and most charming hotel in town.
The construction of this 22-room hotel in 1906 gave Korčula a new vocation – tourism, that soon became the island’s main industry. Tucked between the medieval town’s massive walls and a stunning azure bay, Hotel Korčula has a grand facade and vine-covered terrace dressed with white wicker and linen table cloths. The lavender haze of dusk, live music and waitresses in starched aprons create a romantic evening settings.
Hotel Korčula has interesting and dramatic history that was shared with the town and island: from the times of the first and second world war, through swinging sixties, happy seventies, well established eighties, dark and difficult nineties, until nowadays, when Korčula is as interesting as ever…
Hotel Korčula is favourite place for people of Korčula as well, either to sip their morning coffees on a wonderful terrace facing Korčula’s harbour and western part of Pelješac Channel or as favourite afternoon retreat when they meet their friends.
Hotel Korčula has 22 rooms in total. Some of them are with the sea views, while others have street view only.