Lesic Dimitri Palace is hidden within the walls of the charming medieval town of Korcula, with its winding alleyways, terracotta-tiled houses and tiny churches. It is located next door to the house of Marco Polo and is 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 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 personalized stay with service steeped in local charm.
This incredible suite is reminiscent of Arabia. It has breathtaking and unparalleled 360 degree views of the Peljesac channel, Korčula archipelago, rooftops, and Mount Ilija. Cool and relaxing open-plan living provides an atmosphere of romance and luxury.
Ceylon residence is located under the vaulted ceilings of an original medieval cottage. Intricate detailing and wonderful use of light and textiles give hints of south asia, but within a Korčulan context.
This beautiful residence on the ground floor of the Palace offers enchanting accommodation with two beautiful bedrooms with oversized bathtubs in each one. The separate living and dining rooms are perfect for quiet relaxation or entertaining larger groups. Gentle influences from South Asia are apparent in the rich fabrics, marble, and stone. A private courtyard provides an incredible haven from the heat of the island and private relaxation within the heart of the town.
Subtle influences of Chinese design invoke a feeling of the opulence of Asia, but without distracting from the Korčulan context. The opulence of Asia is emphasized with a vast bathroom with enormous bathtub central to the room. The beautiful terrace, with stunning views over the Peljesac channel and Korčula archepelago, provides ample space for relaxing at any time of the day or night.
For a long time Korčula was under the influence of Venice and this residence takes you back to Venice at the time of its grandeur. The 120 m2 piano nobile with its high, stained-red ceilings is as impressive as it would have been three centuries ago and a private balcony encased in ornate carved wood extends this wonderfully spacious living area. All three bedrooms have en-suite bathing facilities with king sized beds and plasma TV’s in each room. All beds can be split to create twin sleeping arrangements.
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LD Restaurant serves a creative menu of seasonal, fresh, local, and organic produce from breakfast through to dinner, offering al fresco dining with views across the Peljesac channel and the Korčula archipelago. Take a stroll through Croatia's best wines with their wine list featuring the country's leading producers. Combine with dining at the CHEF'S TABLE for a truly special dining experience. Lešić Dimitri's restaurant is situated in the Old Town of Korčula with terraces that stretch along the Old Town walls right above the glistening Adriatic Sea.
Enter a sanctuary for the senses in the midst of an ancient city. An exotic experience awaits you blending cultures and techniques from along the Silk Road. Indulge in the therapeutic benefits of spa therapies offered by the palace's Thai therapists who are trained to world-class standards in a country with century’s worth of spa tradition. The team offers an inspiring treatment list with influences from the Silk Road, Thailand, and the Mediterranean with natural products created especially for Lešić Dimitri using herbs, roots, flowers, and fruits organically grown in Dalmatia and Asia.