The main building stands just off the Roman peristyle, within the walls of Diocletain’s Palace in Split’s UNESCO-listed old town. The Villa Dobric annex lies a five-minute walk away. All the city’s main cultural attractions are within a 10-minute walk from the hotel properties, as are the airport bus and the ferry port.
In the main building, there are two singles, three doubles and two suites, all with wooden floors and exposed ancient stone and brickwork, played off against modern minimalist furniture. The luxury suite has a spacious open-plan living area with the bed up on a mezzanine. There are an additional four rooms in the Villa Dobric annex, likewise with wooden floors and chic minimalist furnishing.
The main building has a small café and restaurant with tables outside on a peaceful little square in the shade of big white parasols.
Eating and drinking
The hotel serves a delicious breakfast with plenty of fruit, freshly baked bread, warm almond-filled croissants, and eggs cooked-to-order, plus frothy cappuccino. There is an a la carte dinner menu featuring gourmet dishes prepared from local seasonal ingredients.
None, but if you ask at reception they can help you arrange local sports activities such as scuba diving, sailing and white-water rafting.
Incredibly friendly and helpful staff – they’ll help carry your luggage, park your car and arrange local excursions. Excellent waiter service too.
Who stays there
Well-heeled couples from all over the world in search of luxurious accommodation and a memorable cultural experience.
- Culture vultures
- People watching
Pros & Cons
- Excellent service
- Contemporary interior design
- Atmospheric historic building
- Fantastic old town location
- Difficult to find