Lešić Dimitri Palace - Croatia

A strikingly renovated 18th-century bishop’s residence, the exquisite Lešić Dimitri Palace within the ancient walls of Korčula Old Town greets visitors to Dalmatia with 5 spacious, uniquely decorated residences, fresh seasonal cuisine, a luxurious Thai-style spa and a private yacht. Designed in a creative Marco Polo theme, each of the hotel’s beautiful suites pays tribute to one of the destinations visited by the famous Italian traveler, from Venice to China, India and Arabia. No two rooms are alike, each boasting its own character and décor. Expect up-to-date technology features, Asian grandeur, intricate detailing and plenty of opulent touches such as marble, lavish bathtubs or private terraces.

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Hotel Lone - Rovinj, Croatia

Designed by a team of illustrious Croatian artists and architects, Hotel Lone in the Istrian Peninsula’s Zlatni Rat Forest Park is the country’s first design hotel. In addition to its spaceship-like architecture, the property features strikingly modern interiors filled with personality and natural light. A couple of exquisite bars and restaurants along with a spa and two beautiful pools complement the hotel’s offerings.

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Croatia - Luxury and Glamour on the Adriatic

Croatia

From the upscale Island of Hvar to the exuberant fortress town of Dubrovnik and the chilled-out elegance of Split and its towering Diocletian Palace, Croatia boasts a variety of sophisticated attractions: hip islands, Venetian-style towns, sleepy fishing villages and a stunning coastline fringed with lucid sapphire waters and glamorous marinas. Moreover, given this Adriatic gem’s spectacular comeback on the world tourism scene, Croatia is certainly an easy win bet in terms of luxury travel for the years to come.

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