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12 reviews
Set in a modest little building adjoining the open-roofed vestibule in the palace, this friendly seven-room boutique hotel is certainly swish. — Time Out
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5 reviews
Occupies a cluster of renovated traditional Dalmatian stone cottages... Each unit has a kitchenette and some even have a private terrace. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
The Peristil opened in 2005, giving guests a place to sleep in the middle of Diocletian's former living room and next door to the Cathedral of St. Domnius. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
The trendy, modern Atrium Hotel is one of the more expensive hotels in Split, but also the only luxury property in town. — Oyster
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6 reviews
Ideally located for those with an early morning boat to catch... the property has funky minimalist design, with a look that is urban and international. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
The modern, sleek, minimalist interior was designed by Italian architect Lorenzo Bellini. — Fodor's
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7 reviews
Ancient stone house harbouring 22 smart modern rooms, each decked out in soft colours. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
In a renovated 16th-century Renaissance palazzo on the main square in the car-free Old Town, this romantic upmarket B&B has eight spacious double rooms, all with wooden floors and king-size beds. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
For travelers looking for a beachfront location, stylish modern surroundings and easy access, walking distance to the old city and Diocletian Palace, this will soon be the gal to go to. — Star Service
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3 reviews
Caters to young tourists looking to save a few bucks in the heart of town. — Oyster
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4 reviews
There is no shortage of staff to welcome the largely tourist clientele, although regional business events are hosted with regularity. — Star Service
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2 reviews
This bed-and-breakfast-style heritage hotel with classical interiors is set in a 4th-century building on a lane tucked inside the Unesco-listed Diocletian's Palace — The Telegraph
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4 reviews
The bunk beds come in semi-cubicle form to provide an extra bit of privacy, and you get a free croissant & coffee deal in lieu of breakfast. — Time Out
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3 reviews
This little place offers simple spartan rooms in the heart of Diocletian's Palace. — Lonely Planet
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4 reviews
Historic stone building in a bustling location inside the palace walls, offering a mixture of doubles, triples and apartments. — Rough Guide
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4 reviews
A good 20-minute walk from the centre, Hotel Consul has spacious carpeted rooms with flat-screen TVs and Jacuzzis (in some). — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The Adriana's accommodations are really rooms over its popular Adriana Restaurant, right on the Riva. ... Rooms are plain but comfortable. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
Guest rooms are pleasant and comfortable, but besides the breakfast buffet, the hotel has no real amenities. It is a good choice if all you need is a room. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
This is an upmarket hotel with well-furnished and well-appointed rooms. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
On the coast, just outside the Old Town, Split's oldest hotel dates from 1921. — The Telegraph
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