Time Out says
The Cornaro is named after the nearby fortification built in Venetian times, and its modern interior design creates an interesting mix of ages. A year after opening, this four-star boutique lodging made significant improvements, with more than double the number of room and suites, making it an even more luxurious addition to Split’s hotel stock. Now there are no less than 74 rooms, three junior suites and one premium suite.
Among the various contemporary in-room features, each has a tablet, allowing guests to order breakfast, check airline schedules and even print boarding passes.
There’s also a restaurant, wine bar, conference room and spa. All in all, with an excellent central location close to the Gallery of Fine Arts and minutes from the Diocletian’s Palace, and all its amenities, the Cornaro is one of Split’s most prominent hotels.
|Price:||650kn-1535kn singles; 850kn-2965kn doubles; 2250kn-7600kn suites|