Stay in a heritage boutique hotel in Croatia

Connect with the country’s heritage by spending an enchanted night in one these boutique hotels in Croatia which have taken the ancient and old and put it on a modern contemporary pedestal to really enhance the traditions made of red clay-tiled roofs, light stone, and sunny Mediterranean lifestyle.

By JAY KAY
  • Lesic Dimitri Palace

    In an effort to preserve the historic integrity of the building, Lesic Dimitri Palace developed each floor into a lovely spacious residence. Each of the 5 self sustained residences, which range from 1 to 3 bedrooms, have been named and inspired by Marco Polo Silk Road travels - Korcula, Venice, India, Arabia, Ceylon, and China.

  • Hotel Vestibul Palace

    Hotel Vestibul Palace in Split has settled within the walls of the ancient Diocletians Palace, using a stark contemporary background to accentuate the original Romanic, Gothic, and Renaissance features. In sharp contrast with the hotel facade, the strict geometrical lines of the 9 rooms forbid any roundness or frilliness.

  • Martinis Marchi

    The imposing Martinis Marchi is the most picture perfect of boutique hotels with its 6 individual suites showcasing contemporary luxury cleverly blended with antique touches. The story of this historic castle perched on the tip of Šolta island begins in 1705 as a point of defense against pirates attempting to access Split.

  • Hotel Kazbek

    The stone buildings and walled gardens of this stunning 16th century castle create an exclusive oasis for a handful of guests. Kazbek, a five star boutique hotel, enjoys a prime spot on the coast of Gruz Bay yet a short distance from the Dubrovnik’s old town.

  • Pucic Palace

    In the 17th century it was a residence that belonged to a noble family, today this splendid Baroque building houses Pucic Palace, a captivating boutique hotel. Its 19 rooms carry the legacy of its former owners interpreted through the splendid period decor, while the rest of the delightful Pucic Palace retains many elements of its illustrious past.

  • Hotel Balatura

    The exposed stone walls of Hotel Balatura run through this restored 300 year old manor creating a tranquil country feel which fits beautifully with its secluded location. Its German owners have been very sensitive to the old farm house and seem to have preserved its integrity with class.

Updated: 30 May 2013