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With a stay at Splitska Perla City Centre Luxury Rooms in Split (Old Town), you'll be steps from Split Riva and 3 minutes by foot from Diocletian's Palace. This guesthouse is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Bacvice Beach and 0.6 mi (1 km) from Port of Split. Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services. Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours). Grab a bite from the snack bar/deli serving guests of Splitska P...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Needs a lift !
Reviewed 6 september, 2019
Room ok - you go to Marmot Hotel and get key, room very clean. Shower and toilet about 12 inches away from the bed not great, also the shower sometimes hot sometime cold and feels with water which takes ages to drain main issue the stairs. Very steep very hard to get up with bags also if a fire god knows how you would get out or not as is the case !! Very close to main bars and waterfront - beware parking near to drop bags - our car was lifted to the pound !!
Perfect location, Big comfortable room & amazing breakfast!!
Reviewed 13 june, 2019
Ok - to make it easy - you check in at the Hotel Marmont - about 20 metres away as this property does not have its own Reception, but don’t let that put you off in any way - it is super easy and they are extremely helpful and friendly there! They take your luggage up the stairs for you and those good people also bring it all down again when you leave. (3 flights but no-where near as fierce as other reviewers would have you believe!) If you are coming from a cruise ship - take my advice and call Hotel Marmont and book their golf cart pick up - directly from the ship - otherwise you will have to drag yr bags as there are no cars allowed in old town (the golf cart was 60 kuna and worth every penny for the ease, plus it was cool!!) Hotel rooms are huge, comfy and with lovely bathrooms - all in the heart of the Old Town. Special mention for the delicious breakfast (included) - with lots of great breakfast options! If you have the budget, the Hotel Marmont looked really lovely too, hope this review helps...!
No Elevator....No Response
Reviewed 26 september, 2018
We booked this property through Hotels.com and were advised to check in with the Marmont Hotel around the corner. We did and received instructions how to get to this apartment. On arrival discovered there was NO Elevator and the steps and stairways to the 3rd floor were extremely steep and narrow. We could not navigate the steps and informed the desk at the Marmont to cancel reservations for those two nights as well as another single night later in the week after our return from Dubrovnik. We ended up staying at the Marmont Hotel and have been unsuccessful in trying to contact Splitska Perla either through Hotels.com or personally. We are trying to get 3 nights refunded due to misleading advertising. Use Caution when viewing or booking this property.
Pleasant stay after rough beginning
Reviewed 9 january, 2018
We were a party of two American couples aged 70 - 83. From other reviews on this site, we knew that these apartments are managed by the Hotel Marmont and that we should check in by going to the hotel. The hotel confirmed this by email and assured us that we could be let in at any hour day or night. We arrived about 11 pm via a Croatian Air flight from Zagreb to the Split airport near Trogir. Our van driver told us that the hotel was in a pedestrian zone and that we would have to walk about 200 meters at the end. That was perfectly correct, and he carried much of our luggage through winding passages and delivered us to the hotel. We would never have found it without him. They were expecting us, gave us our magnetized card keys, and helped us get the baggage to the rooms about 20 meters from the hotel. The steps were formidable, but we managed. One couple took the third floor room, and the elder couple took the apartment with kitchen on the fourth floor. The third floor couple came up to look at fourth floor apartment. But when they went back down, neither key card worked. We called, but the night attendant understood no English, French, Italian, German or Russian, and could say only "call back tomorrow." We went back to the hotel office to try in person, but fared no better. Finally we went out on the street and found someone to translate. When the attendant finally understood, she gave us her master key and we got in. From then on everything went very well.The breakfast at the hotel was splendid; baths in the huge bathtub were luxurious. There was also a shower. The towel warming rack also served to dry washed clothes. There was even a fireplace and wood but no kindling. We did some light cooking. The magnetic keys needed daily renewal, but it was not a big problem. Split was full of delights. Three highlights were the Mestrovich Gallery, the Archeaological Museum, and the synagogue -- and I am not Jewish. And don't miss the "botanical path" at the bottom left of the standard city map,
2 nights stay in Split
Reviewed 30 july, 2017
Very central location in Split and quiet. Room and shower room very compact. As mentioned by other visitors, the stairs are difficult to negotiate with a lot of luggage. The buffet breakfast was excellent at the Hotel Marmont, 2 minutes walk away.