Dioklecijan

Room Diocletian is named after the landmark of Split Diocletian’s palace, built by the emperor Diocletian around the year 300 and lived in it since the year 305, when he withdrew from the throne, up to 316 years when he died. The remains of the palace are today part of the historic center of Split, which is registered in the UNESCO list of World Heritage.

The room Diocletian can comfortably rest two passengers, since it is a double room with bathroom, air conditioning, TV, and is located on the 1st floor of the hostel Villa Mikica. Breakfast is included in the price.