About Hotel Trogir Palace
The Hotel Palace is a family-run hotel situated on Ciovo Island, only a short distance from the centre of the UNESCO-listed town Trogir. This high quality hotel offers a peaceful option whilst being only 5 minutes walk from the bridge that takes you into the heart of old Trogir. Ideal for those of you on fly-drives as the hotel has its own parking. Being just over on Ciovo Island also gives you immediate access to the beautiful places such as beaches and churches and other places of interest special to this island.
Accommodation: 36 rooms in total comprising double and triple rooms, superior apartment, family rooms (all sound-proofed and non-smoking). All rooms have air-conditioning, minibars, satellite TV, wake up service/alarm clock and safes and open to balconies. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combinations, bathrobes, makeup/shaving mirrors, and hair dryers. Complimentary wi-fi high-speed Internet access is provided. Many rooms have a balcony with views to the sea and old Trogir.
Facilities: You can enjoy Dalmatian specialties of seafood, meat dishes, grilled dishes and pasta and choose from a rich assortment of Croatian wines in the hotel's restaurant, "Antonio" (restaurant has a terrace which offers a beautiful view to old town of Trogir), Cafe Bar Ivan is open for hot, and cold drinks. Additional amenities include multilingual staff, secure complimentary parking, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This is a smoke-free property.
Spa Treatments: a wide range of spa treatments are available at the hotel; the spa centre also has a sauna, a hot tub and massage facilities as well as fitness equipment; exercise programs can also be arranged by the hotel staff.
"Hotels and itinerary were great. We did however waste an entire day travelling from Trogir to Omis as we took the coast road which moved at a snails pace - I would advise future travellers to take the motorway. We were advised that it was fine to turn up an hour before departure for a ferry. This is not the case at Makarska - we arrived over 2 hours before departure and did not get on, meaning waiting for the next ferry which was not for another 6 hours. Those travel hiccups aside we did have a great holiday and would recommend Croatia. [Note from Rediscover] - this is very unusual, even in peak season and departures are approximately every 3hrs on this route."
D Tuke, August 2016