Heritage Palace Varos
Heritage Palace Varos is a 4-star hotel set in an 18th-century stone house with a traditional sun terrace. It’s in Split’s charming Varos district, which is known for its picturesque alleyways and medieval churches. The hotel is five minutes’ walk from the Old Town and less than 10 minutes’ walk from Diocletian’s Palace, which was built in the fourth century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
HERITAGE PALACE VAROŠ is a small luxury hotel at the heart of the historic Varoš neighbourhood in the old city of Split, consisting of 16 uniquely comfortable double rooms with private bathrooms, a restaurant and a garden.All rooms are air-conditioned and sound-proof, featuring designer furniture and amenities such as a mini-bar, safe deposit box, LCD satellite TV, and free Wi-Fi. Modern bathrooms are fitted with a shower, hair dryer, toiletries and designer ceramic tiles.The property is characterized by a unique blend of old and new, providing ultimate comfort and luxury required by a modern traveller, while at the same time being steeped in the history of one of the most authentic and colourful neighbourhoods of Split.Stay with us and experience the millennia-long history that has shaped Split, one of the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean.
HERITAGE PALACE VAROŠ
Heritage Palace Varos is a 4-star hotel that occupies an 18th-century stone house in the Varos district of Split. The hotel is five minutes’ walk away from the Old Town and less than 10 minutes’ walk from Diocletian’s Palace.
All rooms come with premium bedding, a private bathroom with a rain shower, slippers, a TV with satellite channels, a mini bar and a safe. Wi-Fi is free.
The hotel’s fine-dining restaurant serves local and Mediterranean cuisine. There is also a bar and a coffee shop.
A concierge service is available, and beach accessories can be borrowed from reception. The hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from the ferry terminal and 22 minutes’ walk from sandy Bacvice Beach.
Split’s Old Town is home to Diocletian’s Palace, which was built for the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll find plenty of restaurants and bars inside the atmospheric ancient walls, as well as along the waterfront.
The ferry port is a 15-minute walk from the hotel, and from there it’s an easy hop across to the island of Brac, which is known for its beautiful olive groves and vineyards, and the livelier island of Hvar. “Game of Thrones” fans should head 20 minutes by car to the medieval Fortress of Klis, which was used as a filming location for the TV series.