Hotel Slavija

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Buvinina 2, Split, 21000, Croatia

1 Review

Hotel Slavija
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Costs 65% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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    Hotel Slavija - Old town charm


    The only hotel in the old town centre ,reception full of moustache wearers drinking brandy , a million people drinking on the streets outside after dark ,lots of mosquitoes and a spectacular view from the roof balcony.

    Unique Quality: The fact that the window to our room opened to the rooftops and we were confronted by a small man sitting on a stool gutting a fish.

    Directions: Old City, opposite the cathedral.

More about Hotel Slavija

Outdoor drinks in the old city

by biggeorge

On saturday nights the squares and cafes around the Hotel Slavija are packed with people having a drink on little benches on the side of the narrow streets.

Forum Posts

Traveling in Croatia

by lpitt22

I will be arriving in Dubrovnick via ferry from Bari. I want to know the best or cheapest way to get to Split, and then to Zagreb.

I hear the best is by bus. How much is it, and how long does it take? Would renting a car be easier?

And if anyone knows a good cheap place to stay in split or Dubrovnick let me know.

Re: Traveling in Croatia

by IngaA

I took overnigjht bus Zagreb-Dubrovnik and it talkes about 11 hours. If I'm not mistakem 1 way ticket costs about 140 Kunas (1 Euro = 7,5 Kunas). But if you buy a round trip ticket from the same carrier company (Cruatia bus in my case), the return ticket will be twice cheaper.
As for place for stay, it depends where you want to stay. My VT friend and Iived in a nice room, 15 mins walking distance from the Old Town, and it costed about 13 Euro/night in a peak season.

Re: Traveling in Croatia

by biggeorge

The bus is the cheapest -quickest way to do it ,it's 4 hours to Split and another 8 to Zagreb but the buses are more like coaches and you don't run out of scenery.
The Hotel Slavija in the old town in Split was eccentric if you don't mind a few mosquitoes and Atlas travel in Dobrovnik are good for private rooms.

Re: Re: Traveling in Croatia

by lpitt22

Do you know the name of the place that you stayed in Croatia?

Thanks so much!


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Address: Buvinina 2, Split, 21000, Croatia