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Hotel Vestibul Palace

Hotel Vestibul Palace, Split

At a Glance

    Pros

  • history and standout architecture
  • inside the palace walls
  • beautiful interior
  • small and intimate
  • individual attention

    Cons

  • expensive for most of the season
  • often fully booked
  • no sports facilities

Fodorite Reviews

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Hotel Vestibul Palace Review

Three palaces from different eras have been combined to form this intimate Old Town standout with interiors that have been carefully renovated to expose Roman stone- and brick-work, along with more modern, minimalist designer details. A bar and restaurant can be found on the ground floor, and seven rooms are upstairs, complete with subtle lighting and plasma TVs. A Villa Dobrić annex features an additional two suites, two rooms, and a bar with a terrace out front.

    Hotel Details

  • 7 rooms, 4 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-22-2013

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    Hotel Vestibul Palace Review

    My wife and I had a "junior suite" (really a medium sized room for Europe) and loved it. It is very modern and quiet for such a location. And the location could not be better. A tad expensive but the service was beyond excellent which you would expect but which usually doesn't happen. Also you must try the restauraunt "Nostromo" for the best seafood in Split. We went there 3 nights in a row it was so good. Somehow they managed to grill our fish so it had a slight smoked flavor that no one else in Croatia could replicate. And the prices are reasonable for what you are getting.

    by jimmgtsci, 6/8/10

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