Split's four-star hotels are mostly brand-new establishments and are about equally divided between those that focus on business travellers and those that focus on leisure travellers. The business-centered establishments are less centrally located in order to give maximum parking space (a big problem in Split's historic centre). The decor is modern and no-nonsense and conference facilities are well-developed.
All the four-star hotels in Split are equipped with fitness centres, non-smoking rooms and a sauna. The few five-star luxury hotels in Split have more elaborate wellness centres.
The best of Split's business hotels, the Art offers free internet access and the sleek & chic decor is easy on the eye. It's on a busy road 10-minute walk north of the city center which is good for car access and parking. BOOK NOW
Located near the bus station and ferry port and not far from Bacvice beach this small family-run hotel offers the comforts of a fine hotel and the personalised service of private accommodation. BOOK NOW
Just a few minutes walk north of Split's old town, this beautifully designed hotel opened in 2014. The terrace is a comfortable spot for relaxing and the hotel bar is known for its selection of Croatian wines. BOOK NOW
Located in an historic building right inside Diocletian's Palace, the Hotel Jupiter boasts a free sauna for guests and iPod docking stations inside each room in addition to eye-popping design. BOOK NOW
This beautifully designed hotel hopes to stand out from the pack with top-level service. The shiny amenities are all present and accounted for and the location places you within an easy walk to the Old Town, the ferry port and the beach. Delightful. BOOK NOW
This hotel boasts a wonderful mixture of the traditional and the modern. The location is excellent--right in the town centre--and you can gaze over Split and the sea from the hotel's rooftop terrace. BOOK NOW
Murum Heritage Hotel
This stylish boutique hotel in the heart of Diocletian's Palace enchants visitors with hardwood floors, stone walls and the latest amenities. Many rooms have views of Split's old town and some have private terraces. BOOK NOW
Palace Judita Heritage Hotel
This stunning new hotel is right in the heart of Split's Old Town on Narodni trg. Housed in a 16th-century palace, you can live life as a Venetian aristocrat with extraordinarily attentive service. BOOK NOW
Piazza Heritage Hotel
In central Split, just outside Diocletian's Palace, this hotel is decorated in Art Nouveau style which is both stylish and soothing. Located in a UNESCO-protected building, some rooms have city views. BOOK NOW
Just outside the Old Town and an easy walk from the bus station and ferry port, these new, highly appointed suites offer 3-meter high ceilings, free Wifi and free local calls. There's only six units so you can count on peace and quiet. BOOK NOW
Radisson Blu Resort Split
This stunning overhaul of the former Hotel Split provides a full resort experience replete with spa, wellness, pool and top-notch restaurant. Plus, there's the full range of comforts associated with the popular Radisson chain. It's near Znjan beach south of central Split. BOOK NOW
The fresh air and village-like ambience of Marjan hill is a welcome relief after downtown Split. Plus, in this familial hotel in the Veli Varos neighbourhood, you're only a short walk along the harbour to central Split. BOOK NOW
Hotel Vestibul Palace
Stylish and exclusive, the Hotel Vestibul Palace has quickly become the trendiest hotel in town. And it is in town. The hotel is literally a part of Diocletian's Palace. (You can see the old Roman walls on the left). BOOK NOW
Boutique Hotel Zephyrus
The Australian managers have done a bang-up job of restoring and decorating this traditional building. In addition to the indoor and outdoor swimming pool plus a terrace, you can even rent one of the hotel's yachts for a day of sailing. BOOK NOW
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