Boutique Hotel Adriatic is the only boutique hotel in the Pelješac-Korčula area, brainchild of the Mikulić family, veterans with four decades in tourism. It is also the only hotel open all year long offering great accommodation and fantastic food at its own ‘Old Captain’ restaurant. The family chose the rundown church of St. Stephen from 16th century to bring to life their idea of a different and more authentic vacation experience. This historical building, located right on the coast, got a new lease on life as the central part of the project, whose other mission was to restore some of old glory to the entire town. Orebić was once the stronghold of Dalmatian seafaring, and the family found inspiration in that particular historical era, decorating their boutique hotel with authentic items from a 19th century tall ship, the last one on the Pelješac area, belonging to the family Sikirić. At the time Orebić had one of top three commercial fleets in the Mediterranean, with seventy-eight ships sailing between Russia, the Americas and Europe. Boutique hotel Adriatic has six carefully decorated, comfortable rooms with spectacular sea view, and terraces inspired by a ship command bridge.
Carefully arranged interiors of the hotel Adriatic, mainly in wood and stone materials keep the spirit of famous tallships from Orebić, while spacious rooms enjoy romantic sea views.
The rooms are named after tall ships owned by Pelješac families – Stipan, Paulina, Isac, Jacob, Mimbelli and Peleg. The hotel boasts excellent service and gastronomic delights accompanied by fine local wines. The owners say the real attraction of the hotel is the welcoming family feeling and individual approach to wishes of each and every guest. Located on the spectacular and rich Pelješac peninsula, this boutique hotel is another jewel of the new Croatian tourism, a project that should inspire many others.