This was the question my wife asked when we arrived in Split after a cruise of the Adriatic. And sure enough this unique hotel occupies a corner of the Diocletian Palace on the Riva in Split.
Firts impression was that it was clearly a historic building, but beautifully situated in the bustling centrepiece of historic Split.
The room was comfortable, if understandably a little small, but it suited us to be so centrally located. The hotel has an open air restaurant where we had dinner one night and a very generous breakfast the following morning. You are spoilt for choice with restaurants galore throughout the interior of the walls of the Diocletian Palace, hidden away in the myriad streets and alleyways as well as in the large open spaces.
The Manager was a gracious man who treated us like royalty, which we are not, and all the staff were equally polite and attentive. The Croatians have been through some tough times, and there appears to be a determination to make up for lost time and capitalize on the beauty of this picturesque country through encouraging tourism by treating visitors to their country with respect and cordiality.
Our stay in a Palace was a pleasant experience and a lovely last night in beautiful Croatia.
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