[Hotels]Hotel Vestibul Palace

Region/Country: Croatia
City: Split
Postcode: 21000
Address: Iza Vestibula 4
Phone number: +385 21 329 329
Fax: +385 21 329 333
Website: www.vestibulpalace.com
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Hotel Vestibul Palace

Hotel is situated in the heart of Split’s old palace, on the warmest area of Northern Mediterranean shore, in the centre of the Adriatic coast and near the rivers Jadro and Žrnovnica which supply the city with crystal clear drinking water. The proximity of Middle Dalmatian islands as well as the inland mountains makes Split the biggest transit point on Croatian side of the Adriatic. You can get to our city under the Marjan hill by taking the Adriatic Coastal Road, which is winding through many bays and peninsulas of the coast; or you can use highways and roads which connect the continental Croatia with Dalmatia region and Split. It will take you 5 hours to get to Zagreb and 4 hours to get to Dubrovnik by car.

You can also reach Split by getting onboard a ferryboat liner which is connecting the cities Rijeka on the north and Dubrovnik on south. Also local ferry lines are available for all the central Dalmatian islands. There are fast and regular ferry lines going from Ancona and Pescara, Italy to Split. There are airway connections from the Airport Split departing for Zagreb several times a day, as well as to several European capitals. There are also train connections from Split to the north of the country and further on to the rest of the Europe, which all have an option of a car transfer.


Tucked into Split`s landmark luxury boutique hotel where Renaissance, Baroque, and Gothic architecture intertwine, Restaurant MAGNUS is a culinary tribute to Hotel Vestibul Palace`s heritage, merging local flavour with avant-garde flair. To compliment the flavors of Split`s sun-kissed terroir, the wine list focuses on regional and national favourites of autochthonous varieties. The restaurant is named after Magnus Severus who after the fall of Salona organized return of residents who fled to the islands and brought them back to the Palace post Emperor Diocletian. That was the beginning of a medieval Split… Restaurant MAGNUS uses organic ingredients sourced from Dalmatia´s pristine islands and vast hinterland from where Split´s forefathers originated.

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