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Hotel Lemongarden

Hotel Lemongarden

Spread across three separate 16th-century stone heritage buildings, this impeccably restored boutique hotel in Brač’s fishing village of Sutivan is ideal for those looking for a peaceful retreat. On arrival, guests will be greeted by immaculately maintained gardens filled with bougainvillea, roses, hibiscus, swaying palms, and hundreds of fragrant lemon trees. There’s also a wealth of interesting interior design touches, including use of the island’s famous white marble set against bright hues of yellows, greens and reds inspired by local herbs and produce. The hotel has 23 suites and 12 rooms, all offering plenty of living space as well as stylish features such as Murano chandeliers, silk fabrics and rugs, high-quality linens, and individual decor. On sunny days, guests can relax on loungers by the large outdoor pool or spend time at the hotel’s private stone beach area shaded by a pine forest.

Our rating: First Class

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Rooms

Overlooking the garden or courtyard, the hotel’s 23 suites and 12 rooms are all individually designed. Each offers plenty of living space and stylish features such as Murano chandeliers, silk fabrics and rugs, contemporary artworks, and flooring with the marble that the island of Brač is so famous for. Modern amenities include air conditioning, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, safe, and well-stocked minibar. The en suite marble bathrooms have LÓccitane toiletries and bathrobes. The larger Suites offer additional space with separate living areas and private terraces.

Location

You’ll be staying in Sutivan, a small and tranquil fishing village on Brač’s north-western coast. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants within easy walking distance in addition to the hotel’s own beach area that is just ten minutes away on foot. The port town of Supetar is a 15-minute drive away for ferry access to nearby islands.

Food and drink

The lunch and dinner menu at Hotel Lemongarden changes seasonally, but dishes are always prepared with local ingredients as well as herbs from the garden and fruit and vegetables from the hotel’s organic farm. Breakfast is served buffet style and includes breads from the on-site bakery, homemade jams, smoked fish, salads, and a choice of fresh juices, tea, and coffee.

Facilities and activities

The hotel has a large outdoor pool that’s heated in the cooler months. For further relaxation, there’s a private stone beach area with a trendy bar serving homemade lemonade, iced tea, and champagne, and a peaceful spa with a Finnish sauna, steam bath, and selection of face and body treatments. The hotel also offers complimentary bicycles for exploring the island. A variety of water sports can be arranged on request.

Our opinion

A luxurious heritage hotel on the island of Brač, we love Hotel Lemongarden for its fragrant gardens and private beach area. We were especially impressed by the excellent level of service from welcoming staff.

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    The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.

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