About Marmont Hotel
The Marmont Hotel is situated right in the heart of the old city of Split, only one minute away from Diocletian’s Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 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 down the story from generation to generation.
This hotel is available as part of any tailor made holiday with Rediscover the World.
Accommodation: there are 21 double rooms. Standard rooms offer inner hotel yard view, Deluxe and Superior rooms offer a view of the old city. The Luxury Marmont Suite is the largest rooms - it also has a city view - and, in addition, it has a relaxation area and a spa bath. All rooms have air-conditioning, wifi, minibar, telephone, LCD TV, and hairdryer.
Facilities: Cafe and Restaurant Marshal is the venue for breakfast and lunch. It offers the best quality Dalmatian prosciutto, fresh cheese, capers, black and green olives, salted and marinated anchovies. The Lounge Bar is on the first floor and is open throughout the day and in the evening why not head up to the terrace to enjoy the sun setting over the rooftops of Split & the bell tower of St Dominus Cathedral.
"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