About Marmont Hotel
The Marmont Hotel is situated right in the heart of the old vibrant city of Split, inside the walls of the Doicletian Palace. The hotel was named after Napoleon’s commander, Marshal Augusta Frederic de Marmont, who first began building roads in Dalmatia in the early 19th Century. That fact so deeply impressed the people that they passed on the story from generation to generation.
Accommodation: there are 21 double rooms, 260 square feet each, offering contemporary style with dark walnut furniture and blanched oak flooring. All rooms are air-conditioned with own thermostats, free wireless internet access, LCD TV, minibar, shower, WC.
Facilities: during breakfast you can enjoy in the atmosphere of the 15th-century fortress and feel the city pulse by listening to the pleasant chatter of the local people and enjoying the refreshing air on the terrace.
"The arrangements all worked fine without any problems. The hotels were all good, but the Marmont in Split was for us the stand-out - it must be one of the best in town. Excellent boutique hotel in the old town, our favourite. Superb rooms well soundproofed so we slept well despite being in the middle of the city. Highly recommended."
P Duxbury, UK, September 2014
"Very satisfied overall, everything went very smoothly except the return flight which was late."
T Austin, UK, May 2013