Adriatic Luxury Hotels Opens Hotel Supetar in Croatia Following Renovation

Croatia, Dubrovnik. September 14, 2022

Nestled between the quaint streets of the historic small town of Cavtat and the unbroken blue of the Adriatic Sea, Hotel Supetar reopens today after a complete renovation. The picturesque town of Cavtat offers the best of both worlds: peaceful relaxation in a scenic seaside town, just minutes away from the attractions of Dubrovnik.

Housed in an original 1920s three-story private villa, Hotel Supetar re-emerges as a boutique retreat after being envisioned by Croatian designers STUDIO LACROMA in cooperation with Katarina Alamat Kusijanovic. The hotel features 16 spacious, stylish, and individually designed rooms with Mediterranean soul. Each of the rooms reveals a distinctive touch of style with luxury and indulgence in mind, reflecting elegance and grandeur. Carefully designed to offer rest and relaxation with a mix of stylish furniture, sophisticated fabrics that celebrate history and modernity, and pops of wallpaper, rooms feature garden or sea views just steps away from the charming waterfront promenade. Beautiful marble bathrooms with gold accents deserve special mention.

Food lovers will savor Mediterranean fare in the Restaurant, where authentic delicacies are carefully prepared. The menu was created to focus on products from the sea, seasonal specialities, and local fresh ingredients, including the oranges from the hotels' garden. A few standouts include Swordfish Carpaccio marinated in emulsion of orange and lime; Vegetable Cream Soup, poached shrimp tail, aromatic dark bread croutons, olive oil; Saint Jacques roasted a la minute, served on domestic broccoli puree, spiced with oil of the Croatian sausage kulen; "Maturo" Beef Fillet, aged 24 days, blinis of potatoes from Konavle, glazed carrot and asparagus, demi-glace sauce, slices of truffle; and local cream caramel and flan, Dubrova─Źka Rozata. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served indoors with floor to ceiling window walls looking into the poolside oasis or in a romantic al fresco setting on the open terrace.

To please the palates of wine lovers, a new inviting Wine Bar offers just the right selection of the finest local and international wines. Comfortable loungers complement contemporary seating along a modern emerald tiled bar. The wine list includes the finest selection of Croatian wines with an emphasis on Dubrovacka Malvasija, the local indigenous white wine grape from the Konavle region. Croatian wine tastings at the Wine Bar complement food and wine pairings at the hotel's Restaurant.

To relish the leisurely end of the day, guests can enjoy the cool of the garden near the new light-flooded infinity edge pool. Wrought iron patio seating is accompanied by wicker chair sets among the citrus trees.

During the renovation of the hotel, remains of the ancient settlement of Epidaurum were discovered. Artifacts will be on display in a nearby museum.

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