Split Hotels

Gone are the days when there were just a handful of hotels in Split. Over the last decade the local hotel scene has blossomed, but many will still be fully booked in the summer. Book well in advance to find well-located, budget options.

The Split hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over 1,200HRK)
Moderate (600HRK to 1,200HRK)
Cheap (Under 600HRK)

These prices for hotels in Split are for a double room per night, including tax and breakfast.

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Palace Judita Heritage Hotel

+385 21 420 220.

Housed in a stunning ancient building, which draws influences from the Romanesque, gothic and renaissance periods, this is an upmarket central option with spectacular views over the city from its balconies. Renowned service, beautiful rooms and meticulous attention to detail keep Palace Judita popular.

Narodni trg 4, 21000, Split, Croatia

Le Méridien Lav

+385 21 500 500.

This 365-room ultra-luxurious resort boasts top-notch bars, restaurants and leisure facilities that more than offset the 15-minute taxi ride south of Split. It also boasts 17 sea view suites and a beautiful on-site marina which looks great, even if you don’t own a boat.

Grljevacka ulica 2, Podstrana, 21312, Split, Croatia

Atrium Hotel

+385 21 200 000.

Atrium Hotel lies on the edge of the centre, but is handily located for the airport. Its stylish, modern rooms come with all mod cons and are geared towards the business crowd. The swimming pool has views over the city, while the hot tub is the place to relax at the end of the day.

Domovinskog rata 49a, 21000, Split, Croatia

Apartments Gajeta

+385 21 394 449.

Just a few yards from the palace and the Riva waterfront, this collection of comfortable apartments is a great choice for families and self-caterers. Each apartment has a kitchen and dining area, as well as free Wi-Fi, a TV and CD players. All are clean, well-kept and really rather homely.

Domlijina 2, 21000, Split, Croatia

Hotel Peristil

+385 21 329 070.

Within the palace walls, behind the cathedral, this characterful boutique hotel has 12 quite basic but comfortable rooms. Pick room 204 or 304 if you want to caress exposed stones of the 1,700-year-old Roman palace at no extra cost. Another one of the hotel's finest features is Tifani Restaurant on the ground floor.

Poljana Kraljice Jelena 5, 21000, Split, Croatia

Hotel Adriana

+385 21 340 000.

Hotel Adriana is ideal for those looking to really be in the heart of the action. With a perfect location on the Riva waterfront, guests can wake to the smell of the sea. Extras include the decent on-site restaurant and the café-bar out on the Riva, one of the most popular on this pedestrianised boulevard.

Obala Hrvatskoga narodnoga preporoda 8, 21000, Split, Croatia

Hotel Slavija

+385 21 323 840.

The owners claim that the Slavija is the oldest hotel in Split and it may well be. A recent makeover has really improved things and the location is second to none right in the heart of the palace surrounded by bars and restaurants. There are 25 rooms with singles, doubles and triples available.

Buvinina 2, 21000, Split, Croatia

Villa Varoš

+385 21 483 469.

One of the few accommodation options in the warren of old streets that make up the historic Varoš district on the edge of Split’s city centre, Villa Varoš is also one of the cheapest hotels in the city. It boasts singles, doubles and a couple of apartments that come with their own kitchens.

Miljenka Smoje 1, 21000, Split, Croatia

Hotel B&B Kastel

+385 21 343 912.

Hotel B&B Kastel is a real rarity - a great value option within the palace walls. Guests at this super convenient hotel can choose from singles, doubles and triples, as well as one- and two-bedroom apartments. Some rooms even have good views out over the Riva towards Split’s busy port and the offshore islands.

Mihovilova širina 5, 21000, Split, Croatia

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