In this Split accommodation guide, we'll try to help you choose the best place to stay in Split. We cover everything from different Split neighbourhoods, pros and cons for different types of accommodation in Split, and other tricks and tips to make you choose where to stay in Split Croatia.
With almost 200.000 inhabitants, Split is the largest town in Dalmatia and second largest town in all Croatia, just after Zagreb. Split definitely feels bigger than majority of coastal towns you will perhaps visit during your holidays to Croatia.
For this reason only it might be smart to check best places to stay in Split Croatia. And to get familiar with different neighbourhood so you can pick right accommodation in Split for you.
In recent years lots of brand new small B&Bs and boutique hotels opened in Split's historical centre. You can also find many charming vacation rentals all over the town, from Bačvice and Žnjan, to old town, Varos, Gripe and Pujanke.
Tourists seem to be everywhere now (not that there's anything wrong with that!). For me Split got better with tourists.
With abundance of accommodation, it's not always easy to choose the best area to stay in Split Croatia. Here are few hotels, B&Bs, hostels and vacation rentals that we recommend.
Contents For Where to stay in Split Croatia
- 1 Split neighbourhood guide
- 2 Where to stay in Split: Split Hotels
- 2.1 Palace Judita Heritage Hotel
- 2.2 Heritage Hotel Antique
- 2.3 Hotel Vestibul Palace
- 2.4 Hotel Luxe
- 2.5 Radisson Blu
- 2.6 Hotel Cornaro
- 2.7 Hotel Ora
- 2.8 Hotel Park
- 2.9 Villa Split Heritage Hotel
- 2.10 Murum Heritage Hotel
- 2.11 Hotel Agava
- 2.12 Divota Apartment Hotel
- 2.13 Hotel Marmont Heritage
- 2.14 Vida Boutique Hotel
- 2.15 Priska Split Luxury Rooms
- 2.16 Heritage Hotel 19
- 2.17 Hotel Slavija
- 3 Hotels near Split Croatia
- 4 Where to stay in Split near beach
- 5 Hotels near Split airport
- 6 Where to stay in Split: Split apartments
- 7 Hostels in Split Croatia
- 8 Where to stay in Split: location on map
Split neighbourhood guide
There are in total 27 administrative areas in Split. However, for the purpose of this Split accommodation guide I’ve divided them slightly differently, less official, and more in the way people refer to these areas.
I’ll try to give you an overview of each of these Split neighbourhoods, with pros and cons for staying in each of them. I will also recommend my fav hotels, restaurants, and things to do.
From historical old town, charming Veli Varos to fancy Meje and beach-side Bacvice and Trstenik area, you will find neighbourhoods in Split suitable to your needs.
The best places to stay in Split, the best areas to look for your accommodation Split Croatia are: the Palace, Veli Varos, Dobri-Manus-Lucac, Bacvice, and Meje.
Other areas include Firule, Spinut, Gripe, Trstenik, and Znjan.
There is no right or wrong area to stay in Split. It all depends on your preferences, budget, and travel style.
Also, wherever you stay in Split, you will be within 30-minute walking distance from the old town. And if you don’t like walking, Split public transport is good, or you can simply use taxis to reach your accommodation.
Old town (Diocletian's Palace)
This is the oldest part of Split, dating back to the 3rd century. The palace was built by Roman emperor Diocletian, 5 km away from Salona, the administrative centre of the province of Dalmatia at the time.
According to popular belief, the palace was built as the Emperor’s summer residence. Although this theory isn’t completely proved.
The outer palace walls are over 2 km long and wide (215 m x 206 m). There are four main gates into the palace: Golden, Silver, Iron, and Brass Gate.
Today, pedestrian-only palace is the heart of the city and the place where you will find all major historical and cultural Split sights.
It’s also a place full of restaurants, bars, shops, and well, tourists. The palace is vibrant, and bustling with life throughout the day.
Stay in old town if you like to be in the heart of everything.
Don’t forget that the entire palace is car-free. There are parkings just outside the palace, and a little further away. This can increase the cost of your accommodation. Also, it means dragging your luggage more than you might want. However, many accommodation offer a porter service and will help you with your luggage on arrival and departure.
You can expect some noise at night (bars, people, etc.), and morning (street cleaners). But majority of accommodation have soundproof windows. However, if you are someone who likes to sleep with open window, take this in account.
Accommodation within the palace is usually more expensive. As everywhere, prime location costs money.
Accommodation Split old town
Here you will find an array of cozy B&B, like Abokamento Boutique Rooms or Grgur Ninski Rooms; lovely heritage boutique hotels like our favourite Palace Judita or Antique; and charming self-catering apartments like Riva Luxury Suites or Studios Aurela Palace. They are all housed in historical buildings with a character.
Where to eat in Split old town
Split historical town is full of restaurants. And while popular, they aren’t always the best places to eat in Split. Nevertheless, some of our favourite restaurants you’ll find here.
Best bars & cafes in Split old town
Tucked away in small alleys and tiny passages, Split bars are always bursting with people. Locals and tourists alike always start their night crawl in the bars in the old town, and move later to the clubs in outer boroughs like Bacvice.
Academia Ghetto Club attracts both locals and tourists alike with its quirky art exhibitions, live performances, and good vibe.
Get familiar with Croatian wines in the Zinfandel Wine & Food Bar.
What to do in Split old town
- Stroll along seaside promenade
- Climb the bell tower for the awesome views
- Wander a labyrinth of narrow cobblestone streets, and alleys
- Rub Grgur Ninski toe
- Bargain at Split green and fish markets
Best day tours in Split old town:
Veli Varos is, along with Dobri, Lucac and Manus, one of the oldest Split neighbourhoods. They all developed in the 16th century when peasants from inland villages fled the Turkish invasion and started moving into the town.
Located west from the old town, and along east slops of the Marjan Hill, Veli Varos has always been predominantly working-class neighbourhood. Today, this area is characterised by winding cobblestone streets, typical small stone houses with green shutters and interior courtyards, medieval churches, and plenty of taverns serving delicious local food. Veli Varos is just minutes walk from the old town.
Veli Varos offers a myriad of exquisite self-catering apartments, and a couple of small boutique hotels.
Stay here if you like a local vibe, and a central location without all the hustle and bustle of the old town. Veli Varos is partly pedestrian-only area.
Best places to stay in Split Veli Varos area
Veli Varos literally starts just outside the western palace wall. The main shopping street in downtown, Marmontova Street, divides Varos from the old town.
To the east, it borders Marjan Hill, and to the south lovely little fishermen harbour, Matejuska.
Veli Varos is for us the best neighborhood to stay in Split.
Housed in a former olive oil press, hotel Heritage Palace Varos is an elegant property in a quiet setting and friendly staff.
Divota Apartment Hotel offers comfort of a full-furnished studios and apartments with amenities and convenience of a hotel, like copious breakfast, reception, and spa.
Stylish Studios 81 come with modern furnishings, comfy bed, and great kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Where to eat in Varos area of Split
Here you will find some of the best taverns serving traditional Dalmatian dishes.
Konoba Fetivi is one of the most popular taverns in Split serving simple, yet tasty Dalmatian food. Family-run tavern
Kod Hvaranina offers traditional reasonably priced meals.
Best bars in Varos Split
Beer aficionados should head straight to Leopold’s Delicatessen Bar that serves a wide selection of Croatian craft beers as well as great choice of international specialty beers.
Paradox Wine and Cheese Bar is a great place to make yourself familiar with Croatian wines.
And Vidilica is a great cafe at the Marjan Hill with relaxed atmosphere and nice views.
Things to do in Veli Varos
- Hike Marjan hill
- Explore Veli Varos
- Have a coffee with a view in Vidilica bar
- Stroll along Matejuska harbour
Best tours in Split Veli Varos
- City Walking Tour With Marjan Hill
- Morning Sea Kayak Tour
- Marjan Hill Sea Kayaking
- Split Bike Tour
- Sunset Cruise from Split
Dobri, Manus and Lucac
These three areas developed around Palace's walls in the similar way and at similar times as Veli Varos.
Dobri and Manus are neighbourhoods north of the Palace, and Lucac spreads east of the Palace walls. The most famed street in Lucac neighbourhood is Radunica, apparently one of the oldest streets in Split.
Radunica is celebrated by yearly Radunica Days event taking place in June.
Less preserved than Veli Varos, and a bit rough around the edges, these areas in architectural sense are a mix of simple stone houses from medieval times, as well as Austro-Hungarian and even post-war socialist architecture. Traffic can also be hectic here.
However, this makes these areas unique in their own way. Also, the proximity to the old town, as well as parking spaces, and a bit lower accommodation prices make them desirable areas to stay in Split.
Where to stay in Dobri-Manus-Lucac neighbourhood
Simple but functional studio apartments Mirakul come with well-furnished kitchen, free parking, and friendly host.
Just minutes walk from the old town and the ferry port, Hotel Luxe features comfy rooms, quirky decor, small wellness and a gym.
One of our favourite hotels in Split, Cornaro Hotel is just out of the old town walls, and features 147 modern rooms, spa, gym, buffet restaurant, and the best of all a rooftop terrace with spectacular views over Split old town.
Best restaurants in Dobri-Manus-Lucac neighbourhood
Bistro Toc is a charming family-run restaurant serving delicious yet reasonably priced Mexican dishes along with Croatian classics like black risotto or cheese and ham staffed rump steak.
Just around the corner from the bistro Toc, you’ll find Steak and Pizza Bar Bakra serving thin crust pizza from the wood-burning oven.
Luka Ice Cream and cakes as it name applies serves yummy treats for those with a sweet tooth. In our opinion Luka has the best ice cream in town.
Things to do around Dobri, Manus, and Lucac
- Visit the Museum of Fine Arts
- Take some time to visit the Froggyland, the quirkest, most bizzar and funny exhibition of stuffed frogs in human poses
- Learn about Romans, or just learn to shoot bow and arrow in the Live Museum of Split
- Get familiar with Vasko Lipovac, one of the most prominent Croatian modern artist at the Vasko Lipovac atelier
Recommended tour: Private Walking Tour with a Local Guide
Bacvice is the name of the most famous beach in Split, but also of the neighbourhood around the beach.
Bacvice beach is a sandy beach, and an integral part of Split identity. Winter or summer, the beach is always buzzing with people. And it’s the most popular spot where to see or play a game of picigin. Picigin is a local game played by 4-5 players in a shallow water with a peeled tennis ball.
This residential area is a great place to stay in Split. Here you will find a good variety of accommodation: apartments and rooms in various-styled buildings, boutique hotels and B&Bs.
The whole neighbourhood is only 10-15 minute walk from the old town.
You should choose Bacvice if you like to be close to the beach, you need parking, you like a feel of a residential rather than touristy area, and you like a green and leafy neighbourhood.
Where to stay in Bacvice
Completely renovated in 2015, and a stone-throw away from the Bacvice Beach, a 5-star hotel Park has a historical charm of early 20th century with all mod-cons of our times.
Apartments Suzy are well-appointed apartments with fully-equipped kitchen, wonderful sea views and an easy access to the beach.
Intimate 4-bedroom B&B Arti Bacvice offers trendy, clean and spacious rooms, freshly made copious breakfast, and attentive and helpful host.
Bacvice is a good neighbourghood if you wonder where to stay in Split near beach.
Where to eat in Split Bacvice neighbourhood
Lovely rustic interior, friendly staff, extremely good food (including vegan options) and reasonable prices make the restaurant Ma:toni the first choice restaurant in Bacvice neighbourhood.
For a romantic dinner in a lovely setting, right at the seafront and under the trees, head to Dvor.
Movi attracts local crowd with its affordable prices, simple yet tasty dishes including pasta, pizza from wood-fired oven, grilled meat and fish.
Best bars in and around Bacvice
An ultimate day cafe in Bacvice neighbourhood is Zbirac, a small cafe right at the Bacvice beach. All locals hang out in Zbirac.
You will also find here popular late night venues like Tropic Club, Legends Bar, Fjaka and Black & White Club.
Things to do in and around Split Bacvice area
- Swim at the beach
- Chill out in Zbirac
- Play a game of Picigin
- Beach hop to other beaches like Ovcice, Firule, Trstenik, Znjan
Located on the south slopes of the Marjan Hill, and just above the sea, Meje area has always been an exclusive residential part of Split.
Meje is a neighbourhood of large family houses, urban villas, beaches Kastelet, Kasjuni and Jezinac, green areas of Marjan Hill in the back and Zvoncac Park in the front, lovely churches, and two museums – Museum of Croatian Archaeological Monuments and Mestrovic Gallery.
Meje can feel like any of small coastal towns with its oversized multi-units houses, seafront promenade, beach bars and a hectic parking situation. Yet, you are still within 20-minute walking distance from Split old town. Also, Meje is a hilly neighbourhood, so count on some uphill walking if you choose to stay here.
Split where to stay: Meje
Here you will find self-catering apartments, and just a couple of small hotels.
Hotel Cvita offers outstandingly large rooms, lovely views over the sea and the city, fabulous pool area, excellent breakfast and friendly staff.
Studio apartment Lju on the Beach offers simple accommodation in a lovely property with wonderful garden and right by the sea.
One-bedroom beachfront apartment Mala Tereza is compact but well-appointed with long balcony perfect for dining al fresco, and chilling out.
Best restaurants in Meje
Meje lacks good places to eat. The closest restaurants we would recommend are Zrno Soli, and Adriatic Graso. Both are fine dining restaurants located in ACI Marina. They both have awesome views, lovely ambience and yummy food. They aren’t cheap but you get for your money.
Best bars in Meje
Similar to restaurants, Meje isn’t really a go to place when it comes to bars and cafes. Besides few beach bars, there aren’t much going on in Meje.
Located in the garden of The Mestrovic gallery, Cafe Galerija has a lovely terrace and nice sea views.
Things to do in Split Meje neighbourghood
- Visit Mestrovic gallery
- Explore Marjan Hill Churches
- Rock climb
- Cliff jump
- Beach hop
Best day tours
- Deep Water Solo & Cliff Jumping Split
- Split Rock Climbing Tour
- Sea Kayaking Sunset Tour
- Secret Marjan Park Hiking Tour
Other Split neighbourhoods
As we had already mentioned, Split is a big town, and it has many more neighbourhoods than we have listed above. Firule, Trstenik, and Znjan are all along the coast from Bacvice toward east. Here you will find lots of apartments and rooms, and just a couple of hotels, like Hotel Radisson Blu.
Spinut is a home to soccer club Hajduk and Poljud stadium, but also popular place to stay in Split. It offers more affordable accommodation as it is a bit away from the old town. However, it's still within walking distance, and if not, then you can always use public transport, or a taxi.
The same goes for Gripe, another Split neighbourhood centrally located not far from the beach or old town.
Where to stay in Split: Split Hotels
There are few curiosities about Split hotels. Split doesn’t have large hotels. Besides few exceptions, like Radisson Blu or Cornaro, majority of Split hotels have less than 100 rooms, and most of hotels in Split Croatia are in a range of up to 20 rooms.
You won't find typical Split luxury hotels or 5 star hotels in Split Croatia, you will find instead lovely boutique hotels set in historical buildings, and labeled as a Heritage hotel.
Palace Judita Heritage Hotel
Rated number one on Tripadvisor, Palace Judita Heritage Hotel is without a doubt one of the best addresses for your overnight in Split.
Located at Pjaca, popular People's square in Split, just a block behind the Riva boardwalk, hotel Palace Judita is set in the palace Pavlovic dating back to 16th century.
Elegantly decorated rooms are spacious and well-appointed with modern features. Staff is super friendly, and go above and beyond to meet guests' needs.
Hotel features a wonderful courtyard. Buffet breakfast, WiFi, and parking are available and included in the price.
Prices start from 110 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Heritage Hotel Antique
Housed inside a centuries old palace, heritage hotel Antique Split has exposed original stone walls and contemporary furnishings. All 8 rooms are spacious and immaculately clean.
The staff is informative and helpful.
Regardless of its location, in the heart of the old town, and just stone-throw away from Peristyle and the Cathedral St. Dominus, the hotel remains a peaceful and quiet oasis.
The prices start at 120 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Hotel Vestibul Palace
A part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, hotel Vestibul Palace is a 7-room historical hotel located at the heart of Split's old town. Hotel features a restaurant, a bar and a wine cellar.
WiFi is available throughout hotel and it's free of charge. Rooms have hardwood floor, partly exposed ancient stone walls and modern furniture.
Standard rooms are a bit small (20 m2). Staff is outstanding and helpful. Hotel also offers 4-rooms in the Villa Dobricic annex. Breakfast is included in the price.
Prices start at 95€ per night for a double room with breakfast.
A stylish contemporary hotel, located just outside the old town's walls, hotel Luxe features a bar, small wellness and spa centre, and a gym.
Complimentary breakfast, WiFi and parking are available and included in the price. Rooms are well-appointed, clean and comfy. Some rooms feature a wonderful views over the harbour and the sea.
Prices start at 80 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
While it lacks an old world charm, hotel Radisson Blu offers modern resort facilities and amenities in Split.
Located in Trstenik, Split's residential neighbourhood, Radisson Blu Resort Split is just few meters from the sea, and 30 min walk from the old town.
Hotel features indoor and outdoor pool, beach for hotel guests, spa and wellness centre, a gym, three restaurants, and two bars.
Radisson Blu Resort Split offers 250 comfortable and spacious rooms and suites. It is one of the best hotels in Split Croatia on the beach.
The prices start at 110 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Featuring 147 rooms, hotel Cornaro is actually one of the few larger Split hotels, and one of the best hotels in Split Croatia.
Set across the street from the old palace, the hotel attracts guests with nicely decorated rooms, attentive staff, rich breakfast buffet, and top location.
A rooftop bar with whirlpools, sun-bathing area, a bar and stunning views over the old city is added bonus.
The prices start at 130 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Located in Znjan neighbourhood on a kind of busy street. However, the hotel itself is really quiet. The location is convenient for someone with the car as the hotel provides parking.
You can easily reach the old town either by bus (stop is right next to the hotel), or by taxi (expect to pay around 5 € each way).
Hotel Ora is brand new, has a great contemporary design throughout, and nice facilities like onsite bar and restaurants, conference facilities and gym.
The prices start at 90 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Set in the 1921 building, and renovated in 2015, hotel Park’s 72 rooms are well-appointed and stylish although a bit on a smaller side. Hotel Park is one of few 5 star hotels in Split Croatia.
The hotel benefits from a great location, just a minute walk from famed Bacvice beach. Guests also appreciate hotel’s lovely garden and an outdoor pool, as well as onsite parking.
Breakfast is ok offering a good variety of food, and staff is friendly and accommodating.
The prices start at 100 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Villa Split Heritage Hotel
Villa Split Heritage Hotel features 9 rooms on two locations in old town Split. All rooms are tastefully decorated and spacious with ancient artefacts, up-to-date furnishing, and modern en-suite bathrooms.
Staff is friendly and enthusiastic and eager to share great tips on local sights and restaurants.
The prices start at 100 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Murum Heritage Hotel
Murum Heritage Hotel reflects true spirit of the Split’s 1700 year old Diocletian Palace with its stone walls perfectly integrated in hotel’s overall interior design. However, furnishing and amenities are all up-to-date and very modern.
Rooms are comfy and well-appointed, breakfast is great and the staff goes above and beyond to make your stay memorable.
The prices start at 90 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
This family-run hotel is housed in the stone villa dating back to the beginning of 18th century. The hotel’s interiors and exteriors feature lovely details from that time like hand-cut stone stairs, brick arches, and exposed stone walls.
Accommodation is split between main building, and an annex building few streets away. Both buildings are within Varos neighbourhood.
The prices start at 70 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Divota Apartment Hotel
Divota apartments, located in Split's lovely Varos neighbourhood, offers fully-equipped studios and rooms. Apartments are located at different addresses around Varos area.
Although all studios come with fully-equipped kitchenette, including a coffee maker, a dishwasher, and an oven, copious breakfast is included in the price of accommodation.
Prices start at 75€ per night for a two-person studio.
Hotel Marmont Heritage
This 21-room adults-only hotel has a superb location in the heart of the city close to restaurants, shops and the seafront promenade.
Hotel also features a lovely terrace on the second floor, a lounge bar and an onsite restaurant.
Rooms are spacious, clean and modern with WiFi, A/C, electric kettle, hardwood floors, a king bed, and en-suite bathroom.
Prices start at 100 € per night for a two-person studio.
Vida Boutique Hotel
Located in a lovely Veli Varos area, hotel Vida is a small and intimate boutique hotel featuring only 5 stylish rooms.
Other facilities include outdoor terrace garden, and a bar. Breakfast is served daily in nearby Bajamonti restaurant.
Prices start at 60 € per night for a two-person studio.
Priska Split Luxury Rooms
This lovely boutique hotel Split might be a bit hard to find due to the unassuming entrance and lack of signage. However, once inside you will find tastefully decorated spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms and large walk-in shower.
Staff is helpful and kind.
The prices start at 60 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Heritage Hotel 19
Located in a quiet pedestrian street, just stone-throw from the sea and Split’s West Coast, Heritage Hotel 19 features 7 rooms and a small reception cum lounge cum dining room area.
Rooms are spacious, well-appointed and stylish. Some rooms even have a balcony that’s worth paying extra for.
Staff is friendly, and breakfast is delicious.
The prices start at 100 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Housed in a historical palace from late 16th century, hotel Slavija is the oldest continuously operating hotel in Split. It first opened its door in the early 20th century.
Today, hotel Slavia is a 3-star hotel, and a perfect place for a budget stay in Split. Location can’t get better.
Rooms are smallish, recently renovated and impeccably clean. For a complete experience ask for a terraced room. They are worth the extra.
The prices start at 70 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Hotels near Split Croatia
If you don't like hustle and bustle of a big town, you look for a cheaper accommodation or you prefer to stay by the beach, you have few options on where to stay near Split Croatia.
For the beach head south of Split to Stobrec, Podstrana, Omiš, or even more south all the way to Makarska Riviera.
Where to stay in Split near beach
Some of the best hotels in Split Croatia on the beach are actually located in the vicinity of Split. So if you are looking for a nice beach hotel Split, consider staying in nearby seaside towns, instead of staying in Split city center.
Below, you'll find some of recommended hotels in Split Croatia near beach.
Hotel Split Podstrana
Located in Podstrana, 10 km southeast of Split, hotel Split is a family-run 4-star property with a wonderful beachfront location, an outdoor pool at the rooftop terrace, gym, a restaurant, and massage rooms.
Hotel features 40 rooms, all with sea views. All rooms, except Standard, are spacious and have a balcony. Hotel Split is one of the best places to stay near Split.
Prices start at 96€ per night for a double room with breakfast.
Le Méridien Lav
The only 5-star resort located in the vicinity of Split, Le Méridien Lav is a seafront property with 381 rooms and 9 sea view suites. It is one of few luxury hotels in Split Croatia.
Hotel features large spa centre with indoor pool, treatment rooms, saunas, and gym; an infinity outdoor pool, an 800-meter long beach, six restaurants, bars, shops, a marina with 60 berths, and a casino.
Rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious. Look for sea-facing rooms, as they offer wonderful views. Each room has a balcony.
Prices start at 100 € per night for a double room with breakfast.
Hotels near Split airport
Many readers ask us about best hotels near Split airport. Split airport is less than 25 km north of Split, and only 5 km south of Trogir.
In summer the traffic between Split and the airport can get pretty heavy. So if you have an early flight you might consider staying in the vicinity of the airport. Hotel Manifaktura is the closest hotel to Split airport.
However, the old town Trogir is car free, so the car parking can be an issue. And although nearby island of Ciovo is connected by bridge with the mainland, the traffic is sometimes heavy.
Another option is also to simply stay in Split and take either a cab, or shuttle bus to the airport.
Where to stay in Split near
Where to stay in Split: Split apartments
Gajeta apartments, located in Split old town, offers fully-equipped one- and two-bedroom apartments. Apartments are located at different addresses around the old town.
All apartments are well-appointed including a fully-equipped kitchen, free WiFi, seating area, flat-screen TV, and A/C.
Prices start at 40€ per night for a two-person studio.
Irundo Split – Old Town Apartments
The company offers two studio apartments, and two one-bedroom apartments in Split, located at two different addresses in Split old town.
All apartments are tastefully decorated, and come with a kitchenette, A/C, free WiFi, and private parking in the vicinity.
The prices start at 70€ per night for a two-person studio.
Hostels in Split Croatia
If you are looking for a budget stay, you might as well consider staying at one of many hostels in Split Croatia. Hostel Split is a synonym for a comfortable accommodation for budget travellers.
The Downtown Hostel, located in the old town, is a nice hostel with dorm rooms, a lovely shared balcony, and friendly staff.
The hostel features 4- and 8-bed dorm rooms as well as a double room with private bathroom, free WiFi, bed linen and lockers.
Ciri Biri Bela Boutique Hostel
Conveniently located just few minutes walk from the old town, Ciri Biri Bela Boutique Hostel offers air-conditioned 8-bed dorm rooms with shared bathrooms, lockers, and free WiFi.
Hostel features shared kitchen, and a terrace. Staff is super friendly, and happy to share their knowledge about this amazing city.
Where to stay in Split: location on map
The best place to start if you plan to visit Split is our Split Travel Guide. We've also written post on top things to do in Split. Split has a great vibe, and the heart of the city is farmers' market – Pazar, and waterfront boardwalk – Riva. We've written about Pazar as well.
As someone who loves food, we are happy to let you know that Split is a foodie's heaven. Our favorite local eateries are Fife and Villa Spiza. If you would like to know more about restaurants in Split, we've got that covered too.
Being a second largest town in Croatia, Split has a pretty interesting nightlife. Head here to start exploring Split's bars, clubs and nightlife. And although Split's beaches are, well big city beaches and nothing to write home about, they are still a great place to refresh in the Adriatic on a hot summer days. Here you can read everything about best places to swim in Split.
If you have any additional questions regarding your upcoming visit to Split, please feel free to drop us a line at info(at)frankaboutcroatia.com. We are always happy to help.
Have you been in Split before? Do you have any accommodation in Split to recommend? Let us know in the comments below.