About the unique Kalamota Beach House Kolocep Hotel

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.

Just 20km from Dubrovnik Kalamota Beach House is an island escape you have been looking for, offering all the comfort and amenities of an upscale hotel. Nestled within nature surrounded by olive and pine trees only foot steps away from a sandy beach overlooking the Mediterranean. 

Relaxing Atmosphere is what Kalmota is about

Hotel Suites

Our beach house was designed and inspired by our love for the island, its history and art.  As soon as you step into your “new home” you are greeted by a calm, coastal palette of white, sand and dusky blue hues.

We have collaborated with a local artist and had her hand paint all of the headboards in each one of our 11 uniquely designed suites.

Wake up to gentle sounds of the waves and panoramic views.  Each suite has its own private terrace facing the sea. Spaciously designed with its own kitchen and bathroom ensuring all the comforts of a “home away from home”.

Rooftop Pool

Soak up the Mediterranean sun and marvel at the beauty of Kalamota while swimming in our rooftop outdoor pool.

With plenty of loungers, umbrellas and cabana beds available for all of our guests, it truly is a perfect spot to relax, enjoy the sun and panoramic views.

We offer a Pool Bar so you can enjoy our specialty cocktails and light lunch options.

Rooftop Pool
Cabana Beds

Cabana Beds

Outdoor Showers

There is nothing more satisfying than an outdoor shower. What a way to wash off the day under the shining sun while gazing at the sea in front of you.

Our outdoor showers are located on the terrace by the sea, and on the roof-top by the pool.

Outdoor Showers
A la carte breakfast

A la carte breakfast

There is never a short supply of our favorite seasonal fruits and freshly squeezed juices.  We will serve your breakfast seaside or in our airconditioned indoor restaurant area, wherever you choose it will be an experience for all of your senses.  We guarantee you, that you won’t mind getting out of bed for this breakfast.

Old Images from the book of impressions filled with compliments of guests that enjoyed thie stay at the old hotel on Koločep Island.

Signature of History

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.

Book of Impressions

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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