Split has it all: sunshine, an ancient Roman palace, boat-tours aplenty and cracking night-life. If you’re looking for somewhere fantastic to stay on a budget, here are our three hottest Split hostels in the ‘hood…
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1. Beautiful Design: Design Hostel Goli&Bosi
Dorms from €22.16pppn | Book now
This ultra-modern boutique hostel will blow your socks off with its cool design and super-helpful staff. You use PIN codes to access dorms and lockers, plus there is a cinema room, free Wi-Fi and a buzzy restaurant with good food at great value prices.
Converted from a 19th-century warehouse that became a department store, the building is next door to Split’s main tourist hub Diocletian’s Palace – so you’re right in the middle of the action as soon as you arrive. Outside, there’s a sunny terrace where you can kick back with other travellers.
2. Super Cheap Beds: CroParadise
Dorms from €12pppn | Book now
With dorm beds from €12 and private rooms from €15 per person, per night, you can’t go wrong on price with CroParadise. There are three different sites for guests – the green, pink and blue hostels, as well as self-catered apartments available.
The properties are within walking distance of Diocletian’s Palace and the main bus, train and ferry ports, but still in a quiet enough part of town to be able to get some sleep. Each room has a plasma TV with 3000 movies on demand, plus free Wi-Fi.
3. Top-rated by Users: Tchaikovsky Hostel Split
Dorms from €16.69pppn | Book now
Rated at 97.7% by 100 HostelBookers customers, Tchaikovsky Hostel Split has earned its top reviews by scoring over 96% for every category we assess: atmosphere, facilities, staff, safety, location, cleanliness and value. This means it’s an absolutely golden all-rounder, so whatever kind of stay you’re looking for you should be happy here!
The hostel is a few minutes’ walk from the City Theatre and Diocletian’s Palace, and offers free Wi-Fi access as well as individual curtains, night lights and sockets for each dorm bed.
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