"Great place to stay in Split"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Dec 21, 2012
The best part about this hotel is its location right in Diocletian's palace on the Split boardwalk. My wife and I stayed for two nights in September. Our room was on the second floor overlooking the boardwalk and was comfortable but the hot water would run out quickly resulting in a couple of cold showers (we weren't the earliest risers in the hotel). The service is modest but friendly and helpful. Best of all you walk out the door and you're right by the palace, the boardwalk, shops and restaurants. We can highly recommend the hotel.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 5, 2012
House Sandra was a perfect place to stay in Split on a budget. We arrived in Split and Vjekoslav (who speaks perfect English, in case your Croation is as rusty as ours!) met us at the bus station and walked us to the accommodation, which is really close to both the buses, the boats and the Diocletian Palace. We were given a free upgrade to an apartment, which was a real bonus. The accommodation is basic but includes everything you need. Highly recommended.
"Close to the part of the city where you want to be"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Oct 15, 2012
I would certainly stay here again. The price was very good. the location was great. The man who operated it was very pleasant. He did pick us up at the airport as per the offer to do so on Hotels .Com. Very nice room. Spacious and quiet despite being in a busy area.
We had a wonderful stay at the Rodrigo Apartments. The apartment is right in the middle of the downtown area - which is a big plus (Split is gorgeous), but also well insulated from the street noise thanks to new windows. The apartment was on the third floor and furnished with several restored, old pieces which added caracter to the space. The service was just great - the office manager was very attentive and timely, picking up the phone even on Sunday morning. Have them arrange your transportation from and to the airport; it is cheaper and more convenient. The apartment was not only a great base to explore the old city of Split, but also the perfect base for a day trip to Bosnia since the main bus station is only 10-15 minutes away (walking distance). We would go back to the Rodrigo Apartments, and we would be happy to recommend it to friends.
"A jewel in the old city of Split."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jun 3, 2012
After a phone call on our arrival in Split, Malena met us at the main bus station. We were led through the old town's winding streets.. Our spotless room was on the third floor, recently redone with a beautiful view of the bell tower. We decided to leave our suitcases in the first floor storage area due to the stairs leading to our room. A key was provided to the storage area. Malena gave us information about Split at check-in and was near-by to help in anyway during our stay, The Malena Guest House has other rooms available and is near the main bus station and ferry line. A perfect location for our stay.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Sep 11, 2011
Wonderful location. We brought bikes and they had a spot to store them. Quick access to ferries for biking on the islands.
Really friendly helpful staff. Clean, quiet rooms. No parking, but we found some free parking on a street nearby. Parking is tricky near the old city.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Aug 10, 2009
We were backpack traveling in Croatia and we chose this hotel because it was in our budget. Hotels near beaches would have been much more expensive. Hotel As is nothing special but definitely does the job. Our room was clean but air conditioning didn't work properly so it was a bit warm to sleep (in July).
Location is not in the heart of the city but it's still in walking distance (cab costs about 50 kn). Staff was helpful and friendly.