Next to Hotel Lone, but hidden from it by trees, Monte Mulini overlooks the deep blue Adriatic. The main building, opened in 2009, has rooms which all feature large balconies. Spacious suites can be found in a separate building surrounded by gardens planted with fragrant herbs. For foodies, the highlight of a stay here is the à la carte restaurant Corsican Wine Vault, which serves beautifully presented creative Mediterranean cuisine and fine wines under the auspices of chef Tomislav Gretić. In the Art Wellness spa center, be sure to try the “floating room,” where a tub is filled with water with such a high concentration of salt that it creates the Dead Sea effect, inducing a sensation of weightlessness. There’s also a freeform outdoor pool and bathing area, and, as of summer, 2014, the hotel shares the new Mulini Beach with Hotel Lone. Note that Monte Mulini attracts a slightly older clientele, generally 50-somethings and upwards.