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Low season October
High season September
  Average price (weeknight): $96
  Average price (weekend night): $90

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most expensive time to stay

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Top tips for finding the perfect Split hotel

For a central stay in Split, you can’t beat the Diocletian’s Palace area. If you’re looking for a high-end hotel, consider staying at the 4-star Hotel Vestibul Palace & Villa. The boutique hotel combines the old and new, having been built and re-built during the Roman, Gothic and Renaissance eras. Nearby you can wander the fortress-like palace and its marble streets scattered with ruins. An alternative mid-range option is Hotel Slavija, a 3-star hotel which is located above an old Roman spa and has served guests for decades. It has single, double and triple rooms, many with private balconies. Close-by attractions include Split’s Town Museum and the Archaeological Museum.
An ideal stay for those who want to be near bars and restaurants, is the budget-friendly 3-star B&B Kastel. It is only a 5-minute walk from the Restaurant Brasserie on 7 and it offers double rooms (some with sea views) and two-bedroom apartments. B&B Kastel is only a 2-minute walk from Split’s beautiful harbour promenade Riva and it is an easy stroll to the port (300 metres).
For nature lovers, the Kastelet beach area is a prime choice. The family-owned Hotel Cvita is a 10-minute walk from the beach and it’s also adjacent to the pine-covered Park Marjan. This 4-star hotel has an outdoor pool, a garden and terrace as well as many bedrooms with balconies offering scenic views.
If you’re looking to island-hop or visit other cities, Hotel AS is in the immediate vicinity of the bustling port. This modern 3-star hotel is well-connected, offers free parking and is convenient for getting onto the motorway to the airport.
If you’re coming on business, there are several suitable hotels in Split. The sleek Hotel Ora is a good base, with a 50-person capacity conference hall for business meetings, conferences and seminars. It is located east of the city centre and it is a 27-minute drive from the airport or a 10-minute drive from the main station. The Radisson Blu Resort and Spa, 3 kilometres from the old town, has eight meeting rooms equipped with all the mod-cons, as well as a dedicated meeting and events coordinator who is on hand to assist.

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Are there any hotels in Split with disabled access?
If you need hotels in Split with disabled access, the Palace Suites Heritage Hotel has suites which are easily accessible with a glass lift. A 5-minute drive from Diocletian’s Palace is the Dioklecijan Hotel & Residence, which also has wheelchair-friendly rooms, a free breakfast buffet and free Wi-Fi.
Which hotels in Split offer the best spas?
If you’re looking for relaxation and pampering, several hotels in Split include spas. The stylish Cornaro Hotel is centrally located and offers facials, massages, steam baths, a sauna and a rooftop hot tub. The Radisson Blu Resort and Spa overlooks the Adriatic Sea and has a vast 2,000 square metre spa with premium facilities such as a Japanese Onsen pool and a hydrotherapy pool. Divota Apartment Hotel has five great locations across the city and offers a wide range of treatments such as scrubs, facials and massages.
Are there any hotels in Split with good restaurants on site?
Hotel Park, southeast of the city centre, offers classy fare at its restaurant Bruna. The chef uses seasonal ingredients including wild mushrooms, asparagus and truffles for Dalmatian and international dishes likewise. Other hotels in Split with good dining options include the mid-range Adriana, at Adriana Hotel, which serves excellent-quality seafood and local wines. There’s a vast outdoor terrace or, if the weather is cooler, an elegant interior of burnished wood and soft lighting.
Are there any hotels in Split that come with free parking?
Yes, there are many hotels in Split that include free parking. Hotel Luxe and Cornaro Hotel, both near the old town, offer free parking for their guests. Both are comfortable 4-star hotels with free Wi-Fi, breakfast included and fantastic views across the city.

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