Marmont Hotel is situated right in the heart of the vibrant old town of Split, inside the walls of the Diocletian Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The hotel has 21 rooms decorated in a modern and minimalist style, and each with views of the streets inside the Palace. For anyone wanting to splash out, on the top floor of the Hotel there is an enormous presidential suite.

Breakfast is served in a room which includes an original 15th Century wall. There is also a sunny roof terrace - the ideal place to have an evening cocktail watching the world go by and looking across to the bell-tower of St Duje`s Cathedral.

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History boffins should note that Hotel Marmont was named after one of Napoleon´s most trusted commander, Marshal Auguste Frédéric de Marmont, who started a project of building roads throughout Dalmatia in the early 19th century.

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