Situated in front of the quay on the western side of the old town, near the 15th century Kanavelić Tower. A walk along the quay from the hotel and up to the eastern part of the old walled city within sound of the sea is rewarded with sight of medieval streets and houses.

This hotel, built of ancient stone, resembles a very large villa from outside with a spacious terrace of tables and 150 seats and a unique view of the sea, with ships passing by and the peninsula of Pelješac just across the narrow waterway.

If you are looking for an intimate atmosphere or a meeting place the Viennese style café, an aperitif bar and a restaurant are always on hand.

The hotel has 20 rooms, 4 apartments, in total 48 beds.

The hotel is a living monument to Korčula tourist´s tradition. This was the first town hotel to be built in 1912 almost a hundred years ago as Hotel de la ville. And from that time has always been considered by the men and women of Korčula as the heart of their tourist facilities.

Here, gastronomic value is especially important.

Here, the northwest wind maestral will cool you down on hot summer afternoons bringing with it the scent of the sea. The sunset seen from the terrace is outstanding you will come to understand why why the “members of the Society of the Lovers of Sunset” gather on the terrace each evening to witness it

Enjoying a picturesque location in Korcula in front of the quay where boats from Split and Dubrovnik land, Hotel Korcula offers a unique view of the sea and is the oldest hotel in town.

The Korcula is built of ancient stone and it resembles a large villa with a marvelous terrace that seats up to 150 people, providing fantastic views over the channel.

The historic quarter, which is behind the hotel, has preserved many of its Renaissance elements and has a rich tradition, with medieval houses and streets.

There are numerous cultural events including the famous knightly pageants, Dalmatian harmony singing and annual attractive religious processions.