Within the walls of Diocletian’s Palace, next to Srebrena Vrata (Silver gate), in the heart of Split’s pedestrian-only old town. The airport bus and ferry port are just a five-minute walk away, and you can reach all the city’s main cultural attractions on foot in 10 minutes.
There are 12 comfortable rooms – nine doubles and three (rather small) singles. Expect peachy cream walls with some exposed stonework, wooden floors and subtle lighting, plus air conditioning and free WiFi.
The ground floor Tifani restaurant has a functional dining room plus a glorious terrace for outdoor dining, which is romantically lit at night.
Eating and drinking
Breakfast (included) is a feast – freshly squeezed juice, yogurt, fruit, bread, eggs cooked to order, and excellent espresso. The restaurant also does an a la carte dinner – I strongly recommend their Dalmatian seafood specialities.
None, but if you ask at reception they can help you arrange local sports activities such as scuba diving, sailing and white-water rafting. Bacvice beach is just a 10-minute walk away.
Warm, welcoming and helpful reception staff. Good waiter service too.
Who stays there
Anyone lucky enough to find it with a free room – generally couples who want to make the most of their time in Split by exploring the old town.
- Culture vultures
- Sporty types
- People watching
Pros & Cons
- Sunny restaurant terrace
- Homely comfortable rooms
- Old town location
- No lift
- Cathedral bells ring early morning