“Truly charming boutique hotel nestled on the Adriatic”
We found the hotel to be absolutely perfect for us while in Orebic with a great location in the heart of the town, easy access to the water, and a fun restaurant right outside. We were given the Paulina room, which is their prized jewel room in the corner at the top of the stairs and loved it! There was a small balcony we didn't really use, but still provided great views.
— RyanNowosielski, Denver, Colorado • August 2016
“A complete stay”
The hotel is first class. Runed by a family who do the utmost for a stay you never forget. The rooms are very comfortable, the restaurant is excellent - we had breakfast, lunch and dinner there every day. Across the street you have your own reserved deckchairs by the sea. Buy some of grandfathers grappa - it's special.
Don't trust your GPS when going there - it leads you of the main street too early in to a very narrow street. Continue about 500 meters and you will see a sign to the parking lot of the hotel. When we go back to Croatia we will plan the trip to ensure we will be back.
— ClaesGH, Osterskar, Sweden • September 2016
“A Great Small Hotel”
We recently spent 3 nights at Boutique Hotel Adriatic along with another couple with whom we were traveling. We were more than pleased with what the hotel had to offer. We all felt it was good value for the money. We each had a spacious room with large windows looking out at the water. The rooms had been decorated nicely, were immaculate, and the beds were comfortable. Even though our room looked down on the promenade it was very quiet at night. The hotel was a bit difficult for us to get to as we arrived in the late afternoon and the promenade was closed to traffic. We did manage to find it by approaching it from the road that runs parallel to it . They do provide free parking in the lot behind the hotel.
The staff at both the hotel and restaurant were friendly and helpful - very eager to please. We ate dinner there one night and the food was good. Breakfasts were plentiful and the lattes were wonderful. We did not use the beach but thought it was a nice touch that each room was assigned their own spots so that there would always be a place available.
We certainly took advantage of the hotel's location. Twice we took the ferry over to Korcula. The ferry terminal was just a short walk away. Since we had a car we drove to Mali Stone and visited some vineyards on our way. We enjoyed walking along the promenade in Orebic, especially in the early morning. We were glad we decided to stay there rather than in Korcula where there seemed to be a lot more tourists.
— Nan1210, Granby, Connecticut • September 2016
“Fabulous boutique hotel!”
We loved this place. Wonderful renovation of a historic building 20 feet from the sea. Rooms are large with great bathrooms. The restaurant is delicious. Family run, incredibly warm and welcoming. Orebic is very relaxed but still manages to provide great food and great opportunities for wine tours and an easy ferry to Korcula. We will definitely return.
— Carrieyoga, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania • September 2016