If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Split, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper hotels in Split in April and November.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Split if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Thursday, which is usually the most expensive day.
When booking Split hotels, choose the right location based on your travel preferences. The Old Town is perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in history, culture, and nightlife. If you prefer a more peaceful setting, consider staying in the nearby neighbourhood of Bacvice, a quieter area that still offers easy access to the beach and popular tourist attractions. For example, the Hotel Marul is in the Old Town, while the Villa Katarina is in Bacvice.
Consider the needs and preferences of your travel group. For couples, Hotel Luxe is a popular option because of its intimate atmosphere, romantic decor, and stunning sea views. Solo travellers may prefer the stylish and affordable Hotel Marmont Heritage, which offers single rooms and a central location. Families will appreciate the spacious rooms and family-friendly amenities at the Radisson Blu Resort Split, which also boasts a private beach and children's pool.
Check for hotel amenities that will enhance your stay. For example, if you plan to cook some of your meals, then consider booking a self-catering apartment at the Beachfront Apartments on Znjan Beach, which comes with a fully equipped kitchenette. Alternatively, if you want to indulge in local cuisine, then opt for a hotel with an on-site restaurant, such as the Hotel Vestibul Palace, which serves up delicious Diocletian dishes.
For a central stay in Split, you can’t beat the Diocletian’s Palace area. If you’re looking for a high-end hotel, consider staying at the 4-star Hotel Vestibul Palace & Villa. The boutique hotel combines the old and new, having been built and re-built during the Roman, Gothic and Renaissance eras. Nearby you can wander the fortress-like palace and its marble streets scattered with ruins. An alternative mid-range option is Hotel Slavija, a 3-star hotel which is located above an old Roman spa and has served guests for decades. It has single, double and triple rooms, many with private balconies. Close-by attractions include Split’s Town Museum and the Archaeological Museum.
An ideal stay for those who want to be near bars and restaurants, is the budget-friendly 3-star B&B Kastel. It is only a 5-minute walk from the Restaurant Brasserie on 7 and it offers double rooms (some with sea views) and two-bedroom apartments. B&B Kastel is only a 2-minute walk from Split’s beautiful harbour promenade Riva and it is an easy stroll to the port (300 metres).
For nature lovers, the Kastelet beach area is a prime choice. The family-owned Hotel Cvita is a 10-minute walk from the beach and it’s also adjacent to the pine-covered Park Marjan. This 4-star hotel has an outdoor pool, a garden and terrace as well as many bedrooms with balconies offering scenic views.
If you’re looking to island-hop or visit other cities, Hotel AS is in the immediate vicinity of the bustling port. This modern 3-star hotel is well-connected, offers free parking and is convenient for getting onto the motorway to the airport.
If you’re coming on business, there are several suitable hotels in Split. The sleek Hotel Ora is a good base, with a 50-person capacity conference hall for business meetings, conferences and seminars. It is located east of the city centre and it is a 27-minute drive from the airport or a 10-minute drive from the main station. The Radisson Blu Resort and Spa, 3 kilometres from the old town, has eight meeting rooms equipped with all the mod-cons, as well as a dedicated meeting and events coordinator who is on hand to assist.