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Hotel Vestibul Palace
9
12 reviews
Modern boutique hotel integrated into the walls of a 1,700-year-old Roman palace in Split. Access is through a subterranean tunnel or vestibule. — Hideaway Report
Divota Apartment Hotel
8
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
Hotel Peristil
8
6 reviews
It’s a three-star, with nine simple, comfortable doubles and three singles, all reasonable for the price and location. — Time Out
Atrium Hotel
8
5 reviews
Sleek and modern, this is a business hotel through and through. — Star Service
Hotel Luxe
8
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
Le Meridien Lav Split
8
6 reviews
Set 11km away at Podstrana, Le Méridien is Split’s top-of-the-range five-star. — Time Out
Hotel Park
7
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
Marmont Hotel Heritage
7
7 reviews
The hotel's main lounge, lined in a 15th-century stone wall, doubles as a bar with a refreshing wine list including many Croatian labels and an outdoor terrace. — Star Service
Palace Judita Heritage Hotel
7
4 reviews
On an ancient square in the heart of town, The Palace Judita Heritage Hotel is a great place to experience the history of old Split. — Oyster
Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Split
7
4 reviews
On the coast, two miles from Split's Old Town, this purpose-built modern hotel has light and airy interiors with fantastic sea views towards the island of Brač. — The Telegraph
Design Hostel Goli&Bosi
7
3 reviews
Slick, shiny, clean and good value‚ although it’s very, very yellow. — Time Out
Hostel Emanuel
7
4 reviews
Run by a friendly couple, this hip little hostel in a suburban apartment block has colourful contemporary interiors and a relaxed vibe. — Lonely Planet
Heritage Hotel Antique Split
7
2 reviews
Palace living at its most palatial, this boutique complex has eight chic rooms with stone walls and impressive bathrooms. — Lonely Planet
Jupiter Heritage Hotel
7
3 reviews
The hotel is really a guesthouse that rents rooms with shared bathrooms, but it is an excellent place to bunk if you don't mind not having a private bathroom. — Frommer's
B&B Kastel 1700
7
4 reviews
The Kastel is really a well-placed pension and the least expensive of the three hotels built into the palace walls. — Frommer's
Hotel Consul
7
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
Hotel Adriana
7
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
Hotel Globo
7
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
Hotel President
7
5 reviews
This rambling hotel is handy to the old city, and just five minutes' walk from the ornate national theatre. It's a favourite with small group tours and the best rooms are impressive. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Split
7
3 reviews
Located on the outskirts of the city, Hotel Split offers every guest an eco-friendly room with a sea-view, comfortable bright rooms with quality furnishings, and an à la carte room accommodation. — Fodor's
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