The Tchaikovsky Hostel is a new and fully renovated hostel in town center of Split, Croatia. This Boutique Hostel with 20 beds offers a pleasant atmosphere in a comfortable surrounding with friendly staff and reasonable room rates.
Our rooms are air conditioned and equipped with bunk beds. Each bed has its own night light, shelves, electric socket and an own curtain which ensures more privacy for each guest.
Individual lockers, bed sheets and linen are provided in the room without charge. Common bathroom facilities are accessible through the corridor.
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- Air Conditioning
- Airport transfers
- Book exchange
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Fax Service
- Free City Maps
- Free Internet Access
- Free Wifi
- Hair Dryers
- Hot Showers
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
- Luggage Storage
- Mini Supermarket
- Reading Light
- Safety Deposit Box
- Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
- Towels Included
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.
Must-Read Hostel InfoThis property has specific Terms & Conditions.
Reception hours are from 8 am to 10 pm. The hostel has to be contacted at least 24 hours prior to arrival if arriving after Reception Hours!
Visitor Tax in Split is 7 kn per person, per night and is not included in the price. All other taxes are included. The total balance is due in full at the hostel upon check-in.
The hostel has a cancellation policy of 24 hours for individual bookings and 7 days for group bookings. To cancel your reservation or any particular night from the booking, please contact the Front Desk at least 24 hours prior to arrival (the latest until 12pm the previous day) for individual bookings and 7 days prior to arrival for group bookings.
If the reservation is not canceled in advance, it will be seen as a “No Show” and your credit card will be charged the first night’s total charge. If the reservation is not amended (abbreviated) 24 h prior to check in, at arrival the whole length of the original booking will be charged, as it is not possible to shorten the booking when checking in.
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By Car: When you enter Split, you are driving along the 'Zbora narodne garde' Street. Turn right into the 'Domovinskog rata' Street and drive about 3 km towards town center. When you see a big advertisement poster on a building frontage and a bus station on your right side, at that point you have to turn right into the 'Gundulićeva' Street. You drive 600 m and at the cross road with a traffic light you turn left. Then you should see a car park and a soccer court. Here you can leave your car and look for the 'P. I. Čajkovski' Street. It is a walking zone beside the car park and the 'P. I. Čajkovskog' Street begins at the lottery stand near by. If you use a navigation system, you can type in the Address 'Svačićeva 10'. The Tchaikovsky Street begins just in front of the Svačićeva Street No. 10. Because it is a walking zone, the navigation systems sometimes can not find our Street, that is why you should search for Svačićeva Street No. 10.
From the airport: From the Split Airport to the Tchaikovsky Hostel it is about 24 km by car and it takes about 30-40 minutes. You have shuttle buses from there or you can take a cab.
From the main bus station/train station/ferry station: You walk along the seaside towards the old town. You continue walking along the main sea promenade until you see the hotel Bellevue with a fountain in front. There you turn right into the Bana Josipa Jelacica Street and continue walking. You pass the reception of hotel Bellevue, then comes a bakery, then the pizzeria Galija, an ice cream shop 'Hajduk', then a bank. At that point you will see a yellow building in front of you, which is the national theater. You pass the backside of the theater and you will see a few bars in front of you. You pass the Nostradamus bar, Pizza Cut and at the lottery kiosk you turn right into the Cajkovski Street. We are in No.4. It should take you approx 20 min to reach us.
If you are arriving from the northern side (not the seaside), close to our hostel is a hotel named 'Hotel President'. If you happen to be at the hotel, just walk south towards the National Theater or better said the direction towards the sea (down the Svaciceva Street). Turn the second street right (not counting the cross road at the hotel President) and you will be in the Tchaikovsky Street. The street is a walking zone and starts just in front of the restaurant Index.
Note: When you arrive at the building, press the buzzer and push the door at the same time to open! The button activates the door-opening automatically.
Tchaikovsky Hostel Split is located downtown, just a few meters from the City Theater and the famous Diocletian palace. Everything that Split offers is only a stone's throw away: restaurants, bars, shops, sights, galleries and much more. The seafront, the harbor, beaches, the soccer stadium, the concert arena, the beautiful Forest Park Marjan and the main attractions of Split are just a few walking minutes away. These attractions include the old town and Diocletians palace, the Mestrovic gallery, the Cathedral (Roman Mausoleum), Ethnographic and City Museum and much more. Tchaikovsky Hostel Split makes a great base for exploring the city. There are also a number of typical domestic restaurants and wine-bars (konoba) nearby featuring great domestic slow-food and good wine which is one of the best ways to sense Dalmatia. Restaurants and wine bars worth visiting are Boban, Bota, Fife, Edico-Terra and Varos. Split also has a brilliant nightlife and there are a whole host of clubs and late night bars where you can go out and party. Some of them are Cafe Bar Bacvice, Tropic Club Equador, Puls bar, Vanilla club and many more. It would be silly not to enjoy the sun and sea when you are in Split. You have numerous beaches like Bacvice, Znjan, Kasjuni and the whole zone of the Forest Park Marjan.