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Expert overall rating:4.8 (out of 5)

Korcula’s best luxury boutique hotel, in medieval stone buildings with funky modern interiors.

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Price from: £297
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Expert overall rating:4.5 (out of 5)

Small family-run hotel by the sea, opened in summer 2010, just outside Korcula old town.

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Price from: £116
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Expert overall rating:4.2 (out of 5)

Contemporary design on the seafront in Vela Luka on the island of Korcula.

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Expert overall rating:4.0 (out of 5)

Modern seaside hotel with magnificent views across the water to Korcula old town.

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Expert overall rating:4.0 (out of 5)

Mid-range hotel with outdoor pool close to Lumbarda’s sandy beach on the island of Korcula.

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Most people come to the island to visit Korčula Town, with its magnificent medieval-walled historic centre sitting compact on a tiny peninsular. Accommodation in the old town is limited to just one hotel, the superb five-star Lesic Dimitri Palace. Along the coast outside the town walls, you’ll find hotels from the 70s and 80s, which are now gradually being upgraded. However, progress is slow and although they are functional they are lacking in charm – the exception being the bright and breezy family-run four-star Hotel Korsal.

For this reason, I’ve also chosen a couple of hotels elsewhere: Lumbarda, home to one of Croatia’s rare sandy beaches, and Vela Luka, a port town on the island’s west coast, served by daily ferries from Split.

Things to consider before booking

  • Prices drop in May and June and in September and October, when the island is less busy, but the sea still warm enough to swim.
  • Prices increase considerably in peak season - July to August.
  • Breakfast is almost always included in the room rate.
  • Tourist tax (7Kn, approx 1 euro, per person per day) is generally (but not always) included in the room rate.
  • Stays of less than three days generally have a small surcharge.
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While I was living in Split, I travelled extensively throughout Dalmatia, and I’ve written about the region for various guidebooks, newspapers and magazines. I’m continually keeping track of renovation projects and new hotel openings that could enrich a visitor’s experience. Out of the five Korčula hotels listed here, I’ve tried to include a good cross-section to appeal to various types of visitors - couples, young families, families with teenage kids and mature travellers – and a range of price brackets.

Simonseeks has given star ratings out of five for all accommodation recommendations. With hotels, these will tally with the hotel's official star rating where it exists. Where a hotel has no official star rating, and in the case of b & bs and hostels, the experts have made a judgment as to how many stars the accommodation deserves, in terms of comfort, level of facilities and so forth.