We booked this hotel for four nights and left as soon as we could arrange travel out of there. It is a glorified hostel and a dirty, smelly, unfriendly one at that. The rooms are run down, smell of stale urine, shower falling apart. The manager is unfriendly/ aggressive manner. The breakfast was absolutely disgusting - warm sweetened yoghurt, orange syrup and the worst coffee I've ever tasted. The rooms are located up many many steps and no staff will help you carry the luggage. The pool is worthy of being called a slurry pit - green slime that has clearly never been cleaned. The price of €150 per night is shocking beyond belief - I can say nothing good about this place. Any European Health and Safety officer would close is down immediately. And as for Lumbarda - there's is NOTHING in this town!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Hotel Borik is located in the heart of the little village of Lumbarda, only a few steps from the main street and with a view on the marina Lumbarda and the Peljesac peninsula. The hotel’s beautiful building is the former stone summer palace of the Mirosevic family, today with about twenty renovated rooms with air conditioning. The annexe Borik is located behind the hotel and has further 60 renovated rooms with a balcony. If you wish to savour top culinary specialties, you only have to come down towards the pleasant shade of the a la carte restaurant or pizzeria, and in those rare moments of rain you can enjoy your meal in the roofed part of the restaurant. We are particularly proud of our vast lounge bar, where you may freshen yourself with cold drinks sitting on comfortable reed armchairs. Hotel Borik has made available to its guests direct phone lines, SAT TV, wifi in common areas, internet café, exchange bureau and bicycle rent service.You can reach the beautiful beaches by foot. The pebbly beach Tatinje is only 200 m away from the hotel, but if you prefer rocky beaches, we recommend you Bilin zal. The path to the sandy beach Przine will lead you through vineyards and olive groves and you will find the sea in that cove warmer than around the rest of the island. It would be a pity not to visit some of the fabulous sites near Lumbarda, which is the reason why the hotel offers excursions around Korcula, to Mljet, the most densely wooded island in Croatia and the worldwide famous pearl of the Croatian tourism, the town of Dubrovnik. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Borik Lumbarda, Korcula Island, Croatia