Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Lesic Dimitri Palace, Croatia



Hidden within the walls of the charming medieval town of Korcula, with its winding alleyways, terracotta-tiled houses and tiny churches, is Lesic Dimitri Palace, next door to the house of Marco Polo and only a stone’s throw from the crystal clear Adriatic Sea.  

The hotel occupies an 18th century bishop’s palace and five medieval cottages, offering luxurious accommodation in six residences, complete with five-star services, a spa and a restaurant overlooking the breathtaking Dalmatian archipelago.  

Each of the residences at Lesic Dimitri Palace has been beautifully restored and the interiors are subtly influenced by regions along Marco Polo's Silk Road travels. They encompass original features and are finished with exquisite detailing and handcrafted furniture. The small number of residences guarantees guests an intimate and highly personalised stay with service steeped in local charm. 

Discover delightful vineyards, charming villages, secluded beaches and historic buildings. Courtesy of the Palace’s private motor and sailing yachts, guests can also explore the surrounding islands. 

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