Near the main train station, this 1920s hotel originally housed Orient Express passengers. "Old-world elegant but not stuffy," the neoclassical and Art Deco...more
Le Méridien, which opened in 2006, packs several restaurants, cafés, and barsas well as a seaside infinity pool, spa, private beaches (with...more
This is the newest (2003) and most dramatic project from a hotel chain called Maestral with ambitions to revolutionize the Croatian resort scene. Don't...more
It was a red-letter day in May 2005 when the early-19th-century Hotel Imperial was reopened, no matter who was responsible for its renovation. And thankfully,...more
Of all the Dalmatian Islands, Brač is the sportiest. It has first-class windsurfing and kite-boarding, and seems to attract a fair number of young,...more
Wine tourism is big along the Dalmatian coast. After years of catering to oenophile tourists—mainly French—one family with a local vineyard decided...more
Hvar Town is a great place to party, sure enough, but even hard-core types might consider taking a night or two off to rest their heads on the tiny island of...more
In the height of summer, Hvar begins to feel overrun with noisy Italians, British second-home owners, and German families. Hotel Podstine offers an ideal mix:...more
As the farthest continually inhabited island from the mainland, Vis was used as a military base until the early 1990s. That means there are none of the hulking...more
Walled, medieval Korčula Town is sometimes (and rightly) referred to as little Dubrovnik: It has much of that bigger city's charm, but on a scale that's...more
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