Korcula Hotel Bon Repos
Dubrovacka cesta 19
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This hotel is situated three kilometers away from the town, in a quiet inlet named symbolically – The Bay of Shells.
The hotel consists of four pavilions whose names symbolize the four typical Mediterranean trees: Jasmin, Cedar, Begonija and Cempres; it consists of 278 rooms or 556 beds. The pavilions Begonija and Cempres have two-star rooms. In 1998, the pavilions Jasmin and Cedar were renovated and upgraded to three-star.
High quality food is provided in three spacious restaurants; the facilities also include a TV salon, an aperitif bar, and a beer tavern.
The hotel provides both half-board and full board.
Various possibilities for recreation: an open air sweet water swimming pool, two tennis courts and beach volleyball court. A diving school organizes diving courses. A grill bar, milk bar, snack bar and Dalmatian tavern provide refreshments.
It lies in its own protected bay, and the walk along the sea shore from the hotel to the centre of the town through the town park "Hober" is especially attractive. There is a regular taxi-boat service for those who wish to arrive at the old city by sea. The tavern in the hotel complex is especially attractive on Dalmatian evenings take place – a feast of traditional Dalmatian song and good traditional food.
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