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Hotel Vestibul Palace

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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

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

The tiny hotel in the heart of Diocletian's Palace is a striking blend of ancient history and 21st-century luxury — Condé Nast Traveler

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

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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Hotel Luxe

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

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

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

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

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

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Le Meridien Lav Split

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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

Le Meridien Lav was unveiled in fall 2006, and the facility's metamorphosis from package hotel to exclusive resort is a mixed success. — Frommer's

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

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from $103

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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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

Built within the 1,700-year-old Diocletian Palace with only 12 rooms, the hotel is an attraction unto itself. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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

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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Palace Judita Heritage Hotel

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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

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

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Design Hostel Goli&Bosi

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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

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

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Hotel Park

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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

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

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

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

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

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Hotel President

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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

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

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

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

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Hotel Globo

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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

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

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

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

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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Marmont Hotel Heritage

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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

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

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

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

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

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Hotel Consul

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

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

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

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B&B Kastel 1700

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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

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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Jupiter Heritage Hotel

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

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

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

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Hotel Adriana

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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

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

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Radisson Blu Resort Split

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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

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

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

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

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Cornaro Hotel

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This smart four-star hotel stands just outside Split's lovely Old Town with 132 rooms, two restaurants with terraces for open-air dining, a rooftop bar, and a small wellness centre in the basement — The Telegraph

A newcomer to the hotel scene in 2014, Hotel Coronaro seeks to set a new standard by providing its guests with the technology and comfort to make a stay here seamless — Fodor's

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