Hostel Split Wine Garden
Hostel Split Wine Garden is a quaint apartment that provides our guests a comfortable home environment located in the historical center of Split behind the National Croatian Theatre where a friendly staff is happy to help.
Day shopping, museums, mountain park, bustling nightlife, and a variety of sight-seeing and beaches right at your doorstep! We are about 8 minutes walking distance from bus station, train station & ferry port and 2 minutes from Diocletian's Palace.
Our cheerful rooms have been refurnished with new beds and air conditioners. There is garden terrace with a newly added café wine bar in our courtyard. The bathrooms have been fully renovated. The main room is equipped with fridge, TV and DVD. There is free Wi-Fi internet for your personal notebooks accessible from the entire property.
A city guide and any other required information are provided on arrival together with latest update from us about all relevant happenings, advices and possible instructions if needed by English, Croatian, or Italian speaking hosts.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour security
- Air Conditioning
- Airport transfers
- Free City Maps
- Free Wifi
- Hot Showers
- Linen Included
- Mini Supermarket
- Non Smoking
- Outdoor Terrace
- Taxes not included
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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A simple 5 minute walk through the old center. Directions from port, train and bus stations; go towards the palace curving to the Left and continue along the Riva, the seashore walk lined with cafes under large white umbrellas. Towards the end, turn Right up a main street called Marmontova Ulica, with the sea behind you. Approximately 100 meters, the street leads to the open piazza directly at the front of the Croatian National Theatre. Coming along the left side of the theatre building to the back, you will see a wall painting of Diocletian. Facing the mural, the hostel is on your left in the corner of the L-shape building.
Split is the main port for explorating the coast and islands of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic. First settled in the third century AD by the Roman Emperor Diocletian who built his palace here and is today of great significance due to its level of preservation and the historical buildings built in succeeding periods. Split offers many attractions such as museums, the National Theatre, old churches archeological sites, splendid beaches, day trips to the superb landscapes, and night life.