This attractive hotel sits on the hillside, surveying the bay of Korcula, benefitting from stunning views, yet only a short, pleasant stroll away from the old town.
The Marko Polo Hotel is a great base for enjoying the charms of Korcula, offering comfortable, modern accommodation and a range of amenities. Steps lead down to the harbour, just 10 -15 minutes away, with lively bars, and a choice of restaurants within a short walk. The old town itself is less than 30 minutes’ walk away. The
Marko Polo has a large outdoor pool with a small children’s pool set on an extensive terrace, with plenty of space for soaking up the sun. The views from the terrace, towards the old town and over the clear waters of the bay are incomparable.
In low season, guests will enjoy the indoor swimming pool, and can benefit from the sauna and fitness room. There is a spacious restaurant, where breakfast and dinner are served as an open buffet. The lobby bar is the place to relax with a drink after a day by the pool or exploring the sights.
Transfer & distances
10 minutes’ walk from seafront and centre of Korcula. Transfers to this hotel will be a car transfer and a sea transfer. This may be by ferry or Catamaran and will be confirmed at the time of booking
Total room: 103 rooms including superior rooms and junior suites. The junior suites are larger and can sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children.
All rooms are air-conditioned and
Have a TV,
wifi internet access
Outdoor swimming pool,
fitness room, sauna,
wifi internet access in rooms and public areas,
restaurant, lobby bar, pool bar.
Facilities subject to charge
Massage and other health and beauty treatments.
The tiny Island of Korcula entices sun-seekers with its attractive beaches, beautifully preserved medieval town and crystal-clear waters.
Home to the famous explorer, Marco Polo, who can lay claim to having been the first travel writer, Korcula is certainly a place to inspire. It is undoubtedly one of the best-preserved Medieval and Renaissance towns in the Mediterranean. Its buttresses, palaces, towers and spires are a picturesque blend of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, mostly dating from the 15th and 16th centuries.
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