Split's Bacvice neighbourhood is about 1km southeast of Split's bus station and is well-loved for two major features: nightlife and the beach. The woodsy Bacvice (pronounced batch vitz uh) neighbourhood edges a protected cove with a wide, sandy beach.
As the Bacvice entertainment complex is well-separated from the residential area, you don't have to worry about noise keeping you up at night. Staying in Bacvice is a good choice if you'll be taking day trips from Split as it's an easy walk from the bus, train and ferry terminals. It's a longer walk to the old town (about 20 minutes) or you can hop on the 3, 4, 8, 11, 14 buses. What Bacvice lacks is a wide choice of accommodation. There's a fabulous hotel and a smattering of apartments.
It's the only five-star hotel in Bacvice and it's a goody. The sprawling terrace is a popular place for cocktails, the restaurant is excellent and you're just a stone's throw from the beach. The Hotel Park is one of Split's oldest hotels but a 2015 overhaul left it with sparkling rooms and the latest amenities.
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