Hotel Vestibul Palace, Split
|Iza Vestibula 4, 21000, Split, Dalmatia, CROATIA.|
Description: Hotel Vestibul PalaceHotel Vestibul Palace was created by merging three palaces from three different periods; Roman, Gothic and Renaissance. Here we find the wall elements of the Diocletian palace, and the original niches from Roman time. This combination perfectly displays the physical presence of the eras which passed us by, where every stone has a story to tell. Just walk through the original Vestibul building and you are surrounded by unique city monuments. The hotel itself is located in the heart of the palace between the emperor's chambers and the emperor's square Peristile, a place which used to be reserved only for the gods.
This hotel is a combination between the modern and the antique. The modern design of the interior is interwoven with the original walls from Roman times. The austerity is softened by natural light from the large glass roof of the lobby, and by pleasant evening lighting. All the furniture is hand made and remarkably crafted.
Type of rooms: Hotel Vestibul Palace2 Suites, 1 Jr. and 1 Sr.
3 Double Rooms
2 Single Rooms with queen size bed that can accommodate 2 people.
Additional information: Hotel Vestibul Palace
Location: Split is a living monument to the rich Mediterranean lifestyle and is situated on the warmest area of Northern Mediterranean shore, in the centre of the Adriatic coast and near the rivers Jadro and Zrnovnica which supply the city with crystal clear drinking water. The proximity of Middle Dalmatian islands as well as the inland mountains makes Split the biggest transit point on Croatian side of the Adriatic.
Getting there: take the Adriatic Coastal Road, which winds through many bays and peninsulas; or use highways and roads which connect the continental Croatia with the Dalmatia region and Split. It takes 5 hours to get to Zagreb and 4 hours to get to Dubrovnik by car.
You can also reach Split by a ferryboat liner which connects the cities of Rijeka in the north and Dubrovnik in the south. Also local ferry lines are available for all the central Dalmatian islands. There are fast and regular ferry lines going from Ancona and Pescara, Italy to Split.
There are airway connections from the Airport Split departing for Zagreb several times a day, as well as to several European capitals.
There are also train connections from Split to the north of the country and further on to the rest of the Europe, which all have an option of a car transfer.
Facilities and services: hotel staff is at your service 24 hours a day. They offer garage service, laundry, ironing and dry cleaning, daily local and international newspapers and room service until 23 hours, 11pm. Postal services, fax and photocopying are available at the reception. They can rent you their power boat and organize tours and transfers by car to the airport or to other destinations of your choice. The maximum number of passengers is limited to 3 per car.
Tennis and swimming pool access by prior arrangement.
Activities: endless cultural offer starting from the history rich streets onto museums and galleries and the year-round cultural events and displays. One of the smallest as well as the oldest cathedrals in the world is only a few footsteps away from the hotel. Opposite the Saint Duje Cathedral is the Jupiter Temple which is home to the baptismal font of Croatian kings.
The city museum is also near by, on the street just across the imperial Peristil square.
To make your experience complete the hotel can organize a guided tour of the city, arrange tickets for current cultural events, or take you to the ancient city of Salona, which was a former capital of the Roman Dalmatia region. Get to know the Mediterranean as it once was by visiting the Central Dalmatian Islands, popular tourist destinations. There are regular ferryboat or catamaran lines; however the hotel offers a powerboat for rent. It is ideal for daily tours, excursions, swimming, etc.
Number of rooms: 7
Official category: 4 stars.
Year of establishment and/or latest refurbishment: 305 AD/1400's/2005.
Period of closure: open all year.
Languages spoken: Croatian, Italian, German, Spanish, Romanian, English.Smoking policy: smoking rooms available by prior arrangement.
Credit cards accepted: all major credit cards accepted.
How to get here: Take the Adriatic Coastal Road, which winds through many bays and peninsulas; or use highways and roads which connect the continental Croatia with the Dalmatia region and Split. It takes 5 hours to get to Zagreb and 4 hours to get to Dubrovnik by car.
GPS Coordinates: 43° 30' 28.51'' N 16° 26' 23.29'' E
Nearest airport: Split - 27 km.