Split Split Clock Tower
Ispod ure 3 Apartment, suite, unit, buildi
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Clock Tower Accommodation is located in the top centre of Split inside Diocletian’s Palace, built into a Romanesque-era house, is topped by a clock and bell tower.
Free Wi-Fi, wooden floors and plenty of natural light and amazing view are "must have" in all rooms. Air conditioning is in living & dining room and kitchen.
As soon as you walk out of your apartment you will find yourself in the narrow streets filled with chic boutiques, cool bars, tasty restaurants and centuries old walls of the Diocletian Palace.
You can rent whole apartment for your group.
We can organize breakfast, transfers, trips, walking tour and massage for you.
IMPORTANT: note that we don't have 24 hour reception. Please inform us
(Send us SMS or e-mail) about your arrival time. If you can’t contact us please come to our meeting point bistro No Stress ans ask to call us on main square Narodni trg-Pjaca.
Bed linen, towels, toiletries and final cleaning are provided free of charge.
Apartments have, cable TV, dining space, fully equipped kitchen with microwave and cattle, bathrooms with hairdryer and shower, washing machine as well.
All prices include: linen, towels, taxes
Entrance is from the little street Ispod ure 3. The small courtyard behind Bajamont Street, that is behind Element restaurant left from CALZEDONIA shop.
Rooms have view on main square Pjaca-Narodni trg but entrance is from other side of the house.
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