Where to stay in Korčula

Our local experts sort out the best in Time Out's guide to accomodation in Korčula
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Grand, palm-lined hotels and back-to-basics campsites: Korčula stocks a good range of accommodation options for all budgets. Here's our pick.

Hotel Marko Polo
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Hotels, Chain hotels

Hotel Marko Polo

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The four-star, three-floor Marko Polo owned by luxury hotel consortium HTP Korčula, offers a sea view from most of its 100 rooms. A two-phase renovation in the mid-2000s, which took it ahead of its disappointing surrounding properties, saw new bathrooms, indoor and outdoor pools, a gym and sauna.

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Hotel Korčula
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Hotels, Boutique hotels

Korčula De La Ville

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This landmark opened in 1912, but in 2015, the hotel group HTP Korčula refurbished the place, investing new live into what was once a rather drab setting. Behind its pristine, palm-lined exterior lie 22 newly-refurbed rooms, and a charming terrace area. Locals use the café as a meeting place - as you should too.

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Autocamp Oskorušica
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Hotels, Campsites

Autocamp Oskorušica

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Eight kilometres out from Korčula, this family-run site occupies an idyllic spot just east of the village of Kneža. It is shaded by olive, fig and carob trees, and near to a shingle beach.

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Hotels, Luxury hotels

Lešić-Dimitri Palace Korčula

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Quality five-star representing the pinnacle of luxury in Korčula, located in a beautifully renovated 18th-century bishop’s palace and five medieval cottages, in the heart of the Old Town. Suites are named after stages on the Silk Road travelled by alleged Korčula native Marco Polo: Venice comes with a Venetian red ceiling and theatrically large chairs that look like something from Alice in Wonderland; Arabia is hung with flowing fabrics to give it the feel of a nomad’s tent in the middle of the desert. A recurring theme throughout the hotel is provided by the cushion-piled divans and geometric-patterned wooden screens evocative of interiors from the Middle East to the Far East. All the suites have sleek modern kitchens, espresso machines, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, although sensitive restoration has left much of the building’s original stonework and wooden beaming untouched. As well as being home to the swish LD restaurant, the Lešić-Dimitri also features a spa with a team of Thai therapists. This is pure honeymoon material – without the crowds of Dubrovnik. A member of the prestigious Relais and Chateaux association.

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Hotel Borik
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Hotels, Boutique hotels

Hotel Borik

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A good-value, clean and comfortable hotel above the waterfront in Lumbarda, with its own restaurant and pizzeria, and low wicker tables and sofas scattered on a pleasant, chilled-out terrace. Rooms in the main hotel have air-con as opposed to those in the annexe. Half-pension costs about 50kn per person extra.

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Hotel Korkyra
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Hotels, Boutique hotels

Hotel Korkyra

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Vela Luka’s old harbourside hotel has been more or less totally rebuilt to provide a home for this new, beautifully-designed four star, with cool, contemporary furniture setting the tone in both public areas and the rooms themselves. Rooms feature hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs and view-through bathrooms enclosed in glass windows. With a good ground-floor restaurant and a kidney-shaped pool at the back, the hotel offers quality relaxation all round. The top-floor gym and Wellness centre overlooking the harbour are a major feature.

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Port 9 Camping
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Hotels, Campsites

Port 9 Camping

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This large campsite is situated in an enclosed bay 3km (30 minutes’ walk) from the Old Town. Pitches are set out amid dense shrubbery and trees, providing plenty of shade. It’s certainly the best-equipped site in the area, with a shop, pizzeria and snack bar on site as well as the usual amenities. There’s a small sandy beach at the bottom of the site but it’s not the cleanest place for swimming – you’re better off taking the bus to Lumbarda or the boat to Badija. 

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Mini-kamp Palma
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Hotels, Campsites

Mini-camp Palma

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Five kilometres west of Korčula in the small seaside settlement of Žrnovska Banja, this is a small family-run site with room only for about 40 guests, with pitches shaded by Mediterranean vegetation. The camp offers some excellent maritime views; the shoreline is only a few metres way and several pebbly beaches are a short walk away. Bicycle and boat hire are available, and there’s a shop and restaurant in the village.

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Royal Apartments
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Hotels, Rental apartments

Royal Apartments

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In the heart of Korčula town, just a few steps away from historic centre and ferry port, a 100-year-old stone façade hides five modern apartments. Each has a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge, and a bedroom that can accommodate up to four people, plus an internet connection. More than this, Royal Apartments offer a direct view of the sea that is right across the street. Since you are in the centre of the town, everything important happens right beneath your window. This is also the ideal starting point for any exploration of the island. 

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