Overlooking the sea, just a five-minute walk from Korcula old town and the ferry quay.
There are double rooms and family rooms (two interconnected rooms), all with hardwood floors, mini-bar, flat-screen satellite TV, free internet, air conditioning, and bathrooms with underfloor heating and Jacuzzi shower. What I like best are the colours – duvets, sheets and curtains in cheerful greens, yellows and oranges, plus fluffy cream flokati rugs.
The ground floor restaurant has a sunny dining room decorated in greens and yellows, and a lovely sea-view terrace with outdoor tables.
Eating and drinking
They do a tasty cooked-to-order breakfast here, with bacon and eggs. In the evening, the hotel restaurant serves typical Dalmatian dishes a la carte – fresh seasonal salads, meat and seafood specialities, and yummy homemade rosata (creme caramel).
None, but there’s a small pebble beach out front, perfect for a morning dip before breakfast. If you ask at reception, they can help you arrange local sports activities such as wind surfing and scuba diving.
Being a small hotel with just 10 rooms, Hotel Korsal is able to offer its guests truly personalised service. Expect welcoming and accommodating staff and excellent waiter service.
Who stays there
Ideal for couples and families. As it's newly opened it still needs to find it niche market.
- High-Speed Internet
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Proximity to old town
- Cheerful newly decorated interior
- Sea views
- Only ten rooms so fills up fast