Sivu 34

WHERE TO STAY EXCELSIOR Following a 22 million renovation, this Dubrovnik five-star has been one of Croatia's top hotels since opening a century ago. It features 158 large, modern rooms that look straight out to the Adriatic. On site is an exclusive spa with large pool, an excellent Japanese restaurant, top-shelf bar and one of the country's best diving centres. They also operate the nearby, resort-like Dubrovnik Palace (dubrovnikpalace.hr) and the smaller boutique Bellevue (hotel-bellevue.hr). ALH.HR LESI DIMITRI PALACE Six exclusive, villa-sized rooms carved out of a medieval limestone palace in Korcula's main town. Each evokes a destination from Marco Polo's Silk Route travels ("Arabia" and "China" are the most spectacular). Amenities include iPod docks, locally-sourced bath products, full kitchens, free-standing bathtubs and divine, personalised breakfasts. Manager Toni Lozica is Croatia's most in-the-know concierge. LESIC-DIMITRI.COM AMAN SVETI STEFAN Known to 1960s Hollywood elite as the St Tropez of the Balkans, these 50 heralded guest cottages and suites are the planet's most exclusive new resort. The once-austere buildings are now upscale apartments with freestanding baths and wooden furniture that look right out to the sea. Everything is paces away from a terraced taverna, enoteca, bakery, infinity pool and four restored medieval churches. Set in Montenegro's most beautiful bay. AMANRESORTS.COM One of several swimming pools at Sveti Stefan Bbreakfast table set at Sveti Stefan's Villa Milocer A modestly decorated bedroom at Sveti Stevan ENG 34 BLUE WINGS FEBRUARY 2012

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