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Marmont Heritage Hotel

Marmont Heritage Hotel

Named after the 18th-century French general, Auguste Frédéric Louis Viesse de Marmont, who was instrumental in the growth of the Dalmatian coast, this sleek boutique hotel is one of Split’s most delightful options. Housed in a restored 4th century building tucked inside the 1,700-year-old Diocletian’s Palace, guests are met with a classic-meets-contemporary design theme that combines original exposed stone walls, dark wooden accents, glass doors, and minimalist decor. The 21 beautifully appointed and comfortable guest rooms have cream and beige hues, parquet flooring, walnut furniture, and modern amenities. There’s also a ground floor restaurant for Mediterranean-style buffet breakfasts and traditional Dalmatian seafood dishes as well as a lovely outdoor terrace where you can relax with a drink while soaking up views of the Old Town’s red terracotta rooftops.

Our rating: First Class

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Rooms

The 21 spacious and elegant guest rooms all have light cream hues, parquet flooring, minimalist furniture, windows to allow for plenty of natural light, and sleek en suite bathrooms with grey marble tiles and complimentary toiletries. There’s also air conditioning, flatscreen TVs with satellite channels, minibars, and coffee machines. The Superior rooms offer more living space and Old Town views while the Deluxe rooms have underfloor heating, bathtubs or rain showers, and preferential views. The Luxury Marmont Suite is a top floor apartment complete with white leather and wood decor, living area, Jacuzzi with skylight, and upgraded room amenities.

Location

The hotel enjoys a peaceful location within the walls of Diocletian Palace, away from the traffic-filled main streets and plazas. There’s a myriad of attractions close by, including the outdoor fish market, Saint Domnius Cathedral, the palm-lined seafront promenade, and the ferry station. A good choice of restaurants, cafes, markets and shops are located down the road from the hotel.

Food and drink

Offering indoor and outdoor seating, Cafe & Restaurant Marshal draws focus on traditional Dalmatian seafood dishes. A generous buffet breakfast is served daily and includes fresh fruits and pastries, meat and cheeses, homemade yoghurts, and a selection of hot dishes. The lounge bar and terrace make the ideal setting for cocktails, champagne, and Croatian wine. Afternoon teas are also available.

Facilities and activities

The hotel has a 24-hour front desk. Laundry, dry cleaning, and ironing services are available on request. Luggage transportation is by golf carts. Please note that this hotel caters to adults only.

Accessibility

The hotel has elevator access to all areas of the building for those who find stairs difficult.

Our opinion

Ideal for those who want to experience staying in the heart of Split’s Diocletian Palace, this beautifully designed boutique hotel charms with attentive staff and a creative mix of old architecture and modern detailing.

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