Hotel Slavija with its ideal location, allows you to explore the magic of life in the old town center, which is like an open museum. The hotel is surrounded by the narrow stone streets so-called “kala” that lead to the most famous cultural and historical parts of the city of Split such as Vestibul, Peristil, Jupiter’s temple, Western gates, the Milesi palace…
Slavija is the hotel with the longest continuity of work inside the walls of Diocletian’s Palace, which is one of the most important structures of late antique architecture in Europe. Hotel is located in the private, southern part of Diocletian’s Palace, above the emperor’s private baths. The visitors would be able to traces of antique wall, arches and stone.
Hotel building is under the protection of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia as national cultural heritage, and its location within the Diocletian’s palace at the same time provides UNESCO protection as an international monument of culture. That’s why the hotel, in cooperation with conservators, preserved the original exterior appearance completely. The interior of the hotel during the recent renovation is a combination of modern decor and late antique architecture.
Almost every room inside the Slavija hotel is marked by the remains of beautiful antique walls, arches and pillars, and the fact that the hotel is located in the part of the Palace with Diocletian’s private apartment gives additional mysticism to the hotel.