Hotel Jadran

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sustjepanski put 23, Split, 21000, Croatia
Hotel Jadran
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 85% more and rated 36% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families33
  • Couples50
  • Solo75
  • Business75

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by call_me_rhia about hotel jadran

While the sunlovers head off to nearby Vodice, very few people choose to stay in Sibenik. There are not many hotels or other accommodations in town - I think I counted 4. Jadran is a concrete 3 stars hotel right in the heart of sibenik I chose it because of its location - right on the sea-front promenade, with the old town at its back. Its best asset, though, is the huge outdoor restaurant and bar in front - it''s really nice to sit outside at night and people-watch or just relax.


by hello3001

Sustipan is a little hill near the ACI marina and Hotel Jadran. Today Sustipan is a very popular place for weddings. Nice trees, tranquility, pretty view of the sea and the islands.


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Forum Posts

Bus Travel from Dubrovnik to Split

by indybob

Can you get off the bus along the way and catch a later bus? We would like to stop and have lunch on the way.

Re: Bus Travel from Dubrovnik to Split

by GyuriFT

AFAIK, busses are strictly point-to-point in all over exYgoslavia. So if you interrupt your journey, you will need to purchase an other ticket. In particular, if it is an other bus company!

There is no warranty, your next bus will belong to the same company, there are usually several even between smaller cities.

Better: plan where you want to have lunch and buy the ticket to that place only.

This web site is not 100% (check always the individual company links if in doubt, but it provides you with pretty reliable information about bus schedules and companies all over (ex)Yugoslavia

Re: Bus Travel from Dubrovnik to Split

by alan1972

This should be possible as buses on this route are reasonably frequent. Bear in mind that there are few actual bus stations between Split and Dubrovnik so you would probably be waiting for the later bus at a roadside stop rather than a bus station. I'd buy a ticket only as far as the place you want to stop, then just buy a new ticket from the driver on the later bus which as GyuriFT said is very likely to be run by a different company.

Travel Tips for Split

Marjan Hill

by Srechko

Located in the walking distance from the riva is Marjan hill, preserved area for walking and recreation activites. From certain points you can enjoy magnificent views at Split and some surrounding towns and villages.

Its cliffs are also used for climbing if you are in the mood for that kind of action.

Intercity Buses

by antistar

Split is well served by both local and intercity buses, and the station is very central, right next to the station and ferry port. You can buy tickets there, and the office is open late even on weekends, although it seemed to shut randomly for a quick "pauze" at inopportune moments.

The buses here run to major Balkan destinations, like Zagreb, Sarajevo, Mostar, Belgrade and Dubrovnik. There's even a few long distance routes, like Frankfurt. Any route south of the city, like Mostar and Dubrovnik, is going to be spectacular: the views along the Dalmation coast are unforgettable.

Bus quality is quite variable, and depends on the company. All the intercity buses seemed to have air-conditioning, even if it took an hour for it to get the temperature down. The common recommendation is to sit at the back if it gets hot, as the AC works better there. They were mostly comfortable enough.

Seat numbering is totally confusing. The locals don't care, and will get quite frustrated with you if you insist on sitting where you are supposed to. And they won't move. Tourists, however, tend to think that their numbered seat is theirs by right, and will argue with you if you take their seat, even if your seat is already taken by a local!

Just go with the locals and say firmly "seat numbers don't matter" and refuse to budge.

Best Seafood In Town

by matijasko about Restaurant Boban

Boban is a great little restaurant with excellent seafood served in traditional dalmatian fashion. All seafood is either from that days catch, or brought directly from tanks to your table for review before cooking. All of the shellfish, prepared in a simple olive oil sauce are WONDERFUL.


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Address: Sustjepanski put 23, Split, 21000, Croatia