About Peristil Hotel
The Peristil Hotel is located within Diocletian's Palace at the Saint Domnius square on which today’s Cathedral is to be found. The Peristyle is a real monument to Roman architecture, with wonderful arches and its astonishing northern entrance once led to the Emperor’s quarters and Basements.
Accomodation: just 9 double rooms and 3 single rooms make every guest feel special. All have air-conditioning and are equipped with free wi-fi, TV, mini bar, hairdryer and direct dial phone. Some rooms have a beautiful view on the Cathedral of St. Duje and some have parts of original walls of the Palace, dating to 300 AD.
Facilities: The Restaurant "Tifani" will offer every guest the best service of food and drink.The menu offers a variety of dishes from local cuisine as well as international cuisine. The rich wine list offers numerous local and international wines. The polite and well-trained staff will make a visit to the restaurant unforgettable. The restaurant is open all day.
"The Hotel Peristil is situated within Split's walled city, and therefore transport cannot pull up outside. The Hotel staff were very helpful but there was some man handling of luggage was needed. Its also worth bearing in mind there is no lift."
S Gallant, Sept 2017
"We loved the Hotel Peristil - both the location and service. However it was very hard dropping the car off there...driving the car down a tiny street filled with kiosks. Perhaps you could arrange with the hotel to have clients drop off their car either at the rental agency and then get a ride to the hotel or at the designated parking spot for the Hotel"
B Scoll, Oct 2015
"Thank you for your assistance with our recent trip to Croatia. It was a terrific experience and one of our best trips to date. We particularly enjoyed the week sailing in the islands near Split and the coast of the south. Mostar was a bit of a tough place but worth the day. The hotel was certainly not a highlight but passable for a single night. We loved Perast. Slovenia was less enjoyable unfortunately. I would suggest that you caution people regarding the mandatory sticker required for all vehicles. It cost us 150 Euros as a fine as well as the 15 Euro fee. There are no signs nor clue of this when entering the country. The tags are available at bus stations and post offices apparently. Zagreb is also a good experience and a fine historic city to visit. Driving in Croatia is good although the towns are challenging as is parking. All in all a wonderful experience. We would visit again and perhaps rent a sailboat ourselves. We would be interested in Portugal as a future destination. We travel frequently so welcome suggestions. We have booked October and December already (Mexico) Turkey, Italy and Greece are near term destinations for us as well."
C McNabb, September 2013
"Most hotels were excellent and in good locations, although a couple did not reach the standard of the rest. The holiday was excellent overall and we hope to repeat the experience in the north of Croatia at a later date."
R Jermyn, Oct 2015
"Andy really guided us into good hotels. We were very pleased. The Hotel Peristil in Split and Hotel Zagreb in Dubrovnik were tremendous. We likely would have not found equivalent accommodations without your his assistance. The rental car was a bit high mileage and well worn. Planning on future trips to Germany (fall of 2016) and Scotland (spring of 2017) would certainly considering working with you again."
J Moravec, July, 2015