A haven for culture-lovers, Judita Palace's architecture has Roman, Gothic and Renaissance influences. With a pretty internal courtyard and overlooking the main square, the hotel makes a great base from which to explore Split's fabulous old town.
At a Glance
With just eight rooms this boutique hotel is a charming retreat
Perfectly located in the center of Diocletian's palace - ideal for exploring the old town
The pretty courtyard is a popular place to relax and watch the world go by
Exposed stone walls and arches highlight the Roman history of the city
Situated in one of the main squares, Judita Palace is ideal for soaking up the history and culture of Split
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Located in the very center of Diocletian's palace and the old town, Judita Palace is a charming hotel which is just steps away from some of Split's highlights. With Peristil square and the Cathedral of St Domnius on its doorstep, Judita Palace can't be beaten when it comes to location. At the ancient heart of the city, Judita Palace is the perfect base for exploring all Split has to offer.
Judita Palace has an eclectic mix of styles in its architecture, from Roman to Gothic and Renaissance, with contemporary furnishings inside. Each room is named after figures from different eras who have all played a part in creating Split's history. The exposed stone walls are beautiful features in the bedrooms, which are thoughtfully designed with all modern amenities. The wooden shutters complement the stone walls, reminding guests of the tradition and history of the building and the city. Quaint and comfortable, the rooms are the perfect place to relax away from the busy city streets, and one room has a balcony offering views over the bustling piazza and the quiet inner courtyard.
This courtyard is a lovely setting for the hotel's restaurant, which offers one of the best seats in Split. Always a popular choice, this is a charming area to relax in after a day of exploring the city. Beyond Judita Palace, there is a wide range of restaurants and bars to discover within the winding streets of Diocletian's palace.
There are just eight rooms at Judita Palace, and each is individually decorated in its own style. Ranging in size from 26 to 30 sqm, they are all practical and comfortable. Each room has a bathtub, flat screen TV and WiFi access. Two of the larger rooms offer views of the old town, and one room features a balcony overlooking the bustling Pjaca, or the piazza, as well as the hotel's inner courtyard.
The hotel welcomes children although there are no specific child-friendly facilities. The boutique feel of the hotel makes it ideal for couples or families with older children.
24 hour front desk, private terrace for guests, cafe bar in front of the hotel, library, guide books and magazines, heating, air-conditioning, fireplace, luggage storage, non-smoking rooms, terrace for smokers, laundry, ironing, dry cleaning service, postal services, fax, photocopying, room service, free breakfast.
At Judita Palace the whole of Split's old town is right on your doorstep, and it is the perfect base from which to explore Diocletian's palace. Riva, the harbor front outside the palace walls, is very scenic and lined with cafes and ice cream parlours where you can relax in the sunshine and watch the world go by. It is also possible to do day tours by boat to the nearby islands of Hvar, Vis and Brac.
Organizing transfers, purchasing ferry and bus tickets for your desired destination, organizing sightseeing tours with tour guides.
Location & Directions
Judita Palace is located in the heart of the Diocletian’s Palace overlooking the main square.
When to go
The warmest months of the year are July and August, during which time the daytime high temperatures will hover around the low 30°C's. The coldest months of the year on average are January and February, during which time the daytime highs will be around 12°C. The rainiest months of the year are generally November and December, with the summer months being fairly dry.