Located in Gornje Čelo just few meters from the sea on one of the most picturesque islands in the region, Kalamota Beach House was created with guests in mind.
A Koločep Hotel inspired by taste and style intended to win the hearts of those who wish to experience a safe, secluded, and rustic holiday with all the comfort and amenities of an upscale hotel.
Our 10 apartments designed with unique aesthetics inspired by the island. Each apartment along with linked number of bedrooms is equipped with full bathroom, kitchen, dining area, living room facing the sea and terrace.
Hotel is in a sandy cove right next to the beach, perfect for soaking the sun on a cabana bed next to the sea or the one on our rooftop pool. Everything is at your disposal, our bar and restaurant are just a click away.
With more than 250 sunny days per year and because of its ideal position next to Dubrovnik, this island is a desirable tourist destination.
Kalamota Beach House offers pleasure and wins the hearts of families, couples, solo travelers, and all of those who visit this unique location to experience a true Mediterranean lifestyle.
Our guests can enjoy the benefits of our rooftop swimming pool with magnificent views of the coast. After a relaxing swim, enjoy on the baldachin with a glass of sparkling champagne or a refreshing cocktail. Sun loungers and towels are provided for your full comfort.
Welcome to Koločep also known among the locals as Kalamota. Koločep is the first of three inhabited Dubrovnik Elaphiti Islands just 20 minutes from the town center.
The island is favored both by locals and tourists because of its untouched nature, the smell of pine trees that blend with salty air.
Figs, grapes, cherry and olive trees grow along the paths around the island. Hidden rocky beaches and sandy coves with pristine crystal sea hide schools of fish that shimmer under the sun. Many will go and find their spot in one of the caves with deep blue seas.
The entire island is a traffic free zone making it a safe oasis for the carefree holiday.
Kalamota Beach House is located on the site of the former Kalamota Pension, a Kolocep hotel opened in the 1920s, by a famous Slovenian painter Rudolf Marcic.
He bought a villa and turned it into a small hotel, more precisely ‘Pension Kalamota’. Here he founded a painting school and a small art colony, which was attended by numerous artists, painters, composers, and writers from all over the world.
His legacy is a book of impressions of this Kolocep hotel filled with compliments, drawings, and verses of the elated guests who enjoyed this pension of art. Rudolf Marcic ran the pension until 1953. It continued to operate afterward as an annex of a larger hotel. After the war devastation in the 1990s, the hotel became a ruin and without the guests for more than 25 years.
The new owners bought the building in 2016, and after a thorough renovation within existing dimensions, the new hotel opened its doors in 2018. All the details in its interior are a reminder of how it used to be. With a lot of old charm left, the hotel now represents a luxury vacation according to the modern standard.
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