Croatia's largest coastal city offers its guests the chance to relax in style
Split knows a thing or two about luxury given that its historic center is the former retirement residence of a Roman Emperor, Diocletian and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Dalmatian city has experienced a boom as a tourist destination in the last five years with a host of new hotels, restaurants, bars, and experiences available to guests.
The city also makes a great pit stop from which to explore the nearby islands of Brac, Hvar, Solta and Ciovo with regular ferry and catamaran services. With a reputation as a city with a great nightlife, Split is ideal for a city break for younger travelers. The National Theater has a varied program of opera, ballet and plays, museums and galleries offer exhibitions for history and art buffs and the list of adventures on offer in the surrounding countryside will delight any adrenalin junkie. So, where to stay?
A hotel with a long tradition in Split, Hotel Park opened its doors in 1921 and is perched above the famous Bacvice Beach. Its elegant rooms, sophisticated restaurant and bar, and terrace are the perfect place to relax in between sightseeing, sailing and shopping. Hotel Park's wellness center includes treatment rooms, a sauna, gym and jacuzzi with rooms for couples’ treatments too.
Atrium's indoor pool and spa make it a great choice for a winter break in Split. The wellness area includes a Finnish sauna, Turkish bath and fitness center. With 124 guestrooms, it's a great choice for a MICE program.
Split's newest luxury hotel, POSH offers sea views, an outdoor pool, wellness and spa zone and fitness area. The property contains two types of accommodation: hotel rooms and self-contained suites.
For more information on travel programs in Croatia that include Split, contact the friendly and professional team at Adriatic DMC.