Hotel Park

Contemporary, chic, central

Hatzeov Perivoj 3, Split 21000


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At a Glance

Opened in 1921, the traditional Hotel Park is Split’s oldest hotel and located in a quiet neighborhood not far from the historic center.

Indagare Loves

  • The restaurant where guests can arrange a private meal at the chef’s table
  • The pool deck and alfresco bar, both of which are perfect spots to unwind
  • The duplex suites on the top floor that can accommodate up to five guests


Located a 15-minute walk from Diocletian’s Palace, the serene Hotel Park resides in a quiet and leafy neighborhood, just removed from the hubbub of the city. Stylishly renovated in 2015, the property has great service and a fabulous outdoor pool and lounge that provide a quiet alternative to the bustling Bacvice Beach below.

The hotel’s 72 rooms feature contemporary furnishings, Roberto Cavalli bath products and a neutral color scheme of brown and beige. The best accommodations boast balconies that face the sea and Split’s nearby islands. The family-friendly duplexes on the top floor can sleep up to five and include an extra half bath.

Hotel Park has a plethora of amenities, including a Priska Spa by Filomena (named after Diocletian’s wife and empress), restaurant, stylish bar, pool and small gym. For a special occasion, guests can arrange a tasting menu dinner and accompany the chef to a local farmer’s market to source the ingredients for their meal.

Who Should Stay

The wide variety of rooms, including great duplexes for families, makes Hotel Park a suitable choice for all travelers.

Written by Karl Hinojosa

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