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Hotel Vestibul Palace

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Brilliant 21st-century architects carved this intimate boutique hotel into the space next to what was Diocletian's boudoir. — Frommer's

With a mere five rooms and two suites, it's a true-blue boutique, with locally produced custom-made contemporary furniture that looks fabulous against the naked, ancient stone walls. — Concierge

The poshest in the palace, this award-winning boutique hideaway has seven stylish rooms and suites, all with exposed ancient walls, leather and wood, and the full spectrum of upscale amenities. — Lonely Planet

This chic boutique hotel in the heart of Diocletian's Palace in Split occupies a cluster of historic buildings with contemporary interiors. — The Telegraph

It literally took three palaces to build this boutique hotel in central Split, combining Romanic, Gothic, and Renaissance structures to produce Hotel Vestibul on Croatia’s Adriatic coast. — Travel + Leisure

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Le Meridien Lav Split

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800m of beach, five interlinking buildings, 381 beautifully designed rooms, endless sea views and luscious gardens. — Lonely Planet

A five-star spa hotel in Podstrana, on Croatia's beautiful Dalmatian coast, with breakfast and thoughtful perks. — Jetsetter

The five-star Le Méridien Lav has long been one of Split’s most impressive and most upmarket hotels. — The Telegraph

Set 11km away at Podstrana, Le Méridien is Split’s top-of-the-range five-star. — Time Out

The modern, sleek, minimalist interior was designed by Italian architect Lorenzo Bellini. — Fodor's

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Hotel Luxe

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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

Opened in July 2010, this design-oriented four-star is both good to look at and fun to stay in. — Time Out

A five-minute walk from the old town, above the ferry port. ... The 27 rooms and 3 suites are funky but functional. — Fodor's

Arriving at the Hotel Luxe on Split’s busy main street, it’s obvious that this coastal retreat is a unique find. — Jetsetter

The Hotel Luxe is an upscale, 30-room design hotel with some of the snazziest contemporary interior design you'll find in Split -- it's colorful and funky, with a slight retro feel to it. — Oyster

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Divota Apartment Hotel

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Scattered across the Varoš neighborhood in eight restored fishers' houses, Divota provides a retreat from the nearby palace buzz. — Lonely Planet

Occupies a cluster of renovated traditional Dalmatian stone cottages... Each unit has a kitchenette and some even have a private terrace. — Frommer's

The Divota Apartment Hotel is a collection of rooms and apartments along the narrow ancient streets in the heart of town. — Oyster

Each unit is well designed to create a clean bright modern accommodation that preserves the historic elements and expertly uses the right combination of artistic accents to make a stay here memorable. — Fodor's

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Hotel Peristil

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This traditional hotel stands within the Roman walls of Diocletian's Palace, in Split's pedestrian-only Old Town. — The Telegraph

One of only a handful of hotels within the palace walls, Hotel Peristil lies behind the cathedral, just inside Srebrena Vrata, the city gate leading to the open-air market. — Fodor's

This lovely hotel overlooks the Peristil, in the midst of Diocletian’s Palace. The service is warm and the 12 rooms are gorgeous. — Lonely Planet

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

It’s a three-star, with nine simple, comfortable doubles and three singles, all reasonable for the price and location. — Time Out

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Atrium Hotel

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Muted and soothing colours on the walls, a few good spots for a quiet drink, and staff who are helpful without straying into over-attentiveness. — Time Out

The trendy, modern Atrium Hotel is one of the more expensive hotels in Split, but also the only luxury property in town. — Oyster

Guest rooms are light and airy, oversize, and lavishly outfitted with ultramodern bathrooms, desks, and high-speed Internet access. — Frommer's

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Design Hostel Goli&Bosi

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Slick, shiny, clean and good value‚ although it’s very, very yellow. — Time Out

Caters to young tourists looking to save a few bucks in the heart of town. — Oyster

The premier destination for flashpackers, with its sleek futuristic decor, hip vibe and a cool lobby cafe-bar-restaurant. — Lonely Planet

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Palace Judita Heritage Hotel

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Only a couple of steps away the the Diocletian's palace, the Palace Judita is quite possibly the best lodging in the city. — Fodor's

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

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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Hotel President

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Behind the National Theatre, this four-star is one of Split‘s best kept secrets. — Time Out

This is an upmarket hotel with well-furnished and well-appointed rooms. — DK Eyewitness

Newish four-star located five minutes’ walk north of the Old Town, offering plush rooms decked out in warm colours, each with a/c, minibar and shower. — Rough Guide

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

The President is one of the most conveniently located hotels in Split and very close to the Croatian National Theater at Trg Gaje Bulata just north of the walled center. — Frommer's

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Marmont Hotel Heritage

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A boutique hideaway with 21 rooms, this stylish spot features lots of marble, exposed stone, skylights and hardwood floors. — Lonely Planet

The Marmont is a clever blend of ultramodern and old-world style, and it is just a minute away from Diocletian's Palace, but its amenities don't justify the high room rates, especially in summer. — Frommer's

In a 15th-century stone building in Split's Old Town, this stylish hotel combines a peaceful historic location with chic contemporary design. — Fodor's

Opened in 2009, this swish city-centre four-star is close to the palace and comprises 21 rooms, a presidential suite and a roof terrace – all in a tastefully refurbished historical house. — Time Out

Ancient stone house harbouring 22 smart modern rooms, each decked out in soft colours. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Park

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Smart rooms and chic reception areas give the place a somewhat more exclusive air than the rest. — Rough Guide

Smart and reliable, the hotel's building dates back to 1921 and lies 10 minutes east of the city walls, overlooking Bačvice Bay. — Fodor's

Split’s oldest hotel (since 1921) is much loved for its seafront location (behind Bačvice), the gorgeous palm-fringed terrace and amazing buffet breakfasts. — Lonely Planet

Even though this elegant hotel was modernized in 2004, Hotel Park's hallmark is its old-world formality, as it was quite exclusive during its heyday in the 1920s and '30s. — Frommer's

A well appointed four-star located in quiet grounds behind Bačvice beach, the Park combines a near century of tradition with most modern facilities in the 54 rooms. — Time Out

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Hotel Globo

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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

Spacious, refined bedrooms and four-star comforts supplemented by a similarly high quality of service offset the bland exterior and rather ordinary urban setting of Globo. — DK Eyewitness

Renovated in 2007, with ongoing and substantial investment in continuous refurbishment, this smart, modern four-star is located north of the palace, a 15-minute walk from the Riva. — Time Out

Geared towards business travellers, this swish four-star hotel has a red-carpeted entrance, a marble reception and 33 elegantly decorated long rooms, with high ceilings. — Lonely Planet

Smart, comfortable four-star offering plush en suites in tasteful greens and yellows. — Rough Guide

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Hotel Consul

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A handy little hotel this, a 15-minute walk north of the palace, with 15 well-facilitated rooms and four suites. — Time Out

The Consul is a bit of a hike northeast of the center of town, but with Split's dearth of hotel rooms, it's an option worth considering if you can't book anywhere else. — Frommer's

A good 20-minute walk from the centre, Hotel Consul has spacious carpeted rooms with flat-screen TVs and Jacuzzis (in some). — Lonely Planet

Mid-sized place in a quiet residential street 1.5km northeast of the Old Town, close to the suburban bus station. — Rough Guide

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B&B Kastel 1700

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Historic stone building in a bustling location inside the palace walls, offering a mixture of doubles, triples and apartments. — Rough Guide

The Kastel is really a well-placed pension and the least expensive of the three hotels built into the palace walls. — Frommer's

Among Split’s best value-for-money places, this B&B is in an alleyway within the palace walls. It’s near the bars and has small tidy rooms, friendly service and free wi-fi. — Lonely Planet

Little-known three-star in the palace, at the end of a narrow alleyway just off Vočni trg square. — Time Out

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Hotel Adriana

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Good value, excellent location smack in the middle of the Riva. The rooms are not massively exciting... but some come complete with lovely sea views. — Lonely Planet

The Adriana's accommodations are really rooms over its popular Adriana Restaurant, right on the Riva. ... Rooms are plain but comfortable. — Frommer's

The 14 well-priced three-star rooms above this waterfront restaurant offer a simple, comfortable stay within an easy walk of the harbour. — Time Out

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Radisson Blu Resort Split

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A laid-back, four-star base near both the beach and Split, including breakfast and suite options. — Jetsetter

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

246 stylish modern rooms and suites, six with disabled access, as well as two restaurants, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sauna and steam bath, gym and spa. — Time Out

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Jupiter Heritage Hotel

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This little place offers simple spartan rooms in the heart of Diocletian's Palace. — Lonely Planet

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

Opened in 2004, this basic hostel-type pension offers accommodation for up to ten people, in clean rooms with showers in the corridors. — Time Out

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Hotel Split

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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

On the coast, just outside the Old Town, Split's oldest hotel dates from 1921. — The Telegraph

An idyllic beachfront stay near historic Split, with sea views from your room, dining discount, a massage treatment and breakfast included. — Jetsetter

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Hotel Bellevue Split

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Situated on lovely but nearly deserted Prokurative Square outside Old Town's western wall, the hotel is spitting distance from Old Town and its attractions and the water. — Frommer's

This atmospheric old classic with a 2nd-floor reception has sure seen better days, but it remains one of the more dreamy hotels in town, with character aplenty. — Lonely Planet

A once-elegant nineteenth-century pile superbly situated at the western end of the Riva. — Rough Guide

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Hostel Emanuel

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This friendly little hostel has just 15 beds, but thanks to clever design, you get plenty of privacy, as each built-in bunk has a curtain and reading light. — Frommer's

Run by a friendly couple, this hip little hostel in a suburban apartment block has colourful contemporary interiors and a relaxed vibe. — Lonely Planet

The antiquity and ancient history of Dalmatia's largest city receives a jolt of modernity with this new hostel. — Wallpaper

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