Time Out says
When it comes to accommodation, the area of east Split, towards Makarska and Dubrovnik, is known mostly for apartment rentals, and the five-star Le Méridien Lav. In the last few years, new hotels have opened up here showing that this seaside stretch has potential. Hotel Split is one of them. This four-star venue between Stobreč and Le Méridien Lav was set up by the Tomić family, and that's one of its main qualities – it is much more carefully run than the chain resort hotels. It is set just above a nice pebbled beach. From the street, you couldn’t tell that this is a seven-storey building, because half the floors are almost invisible from that side. From the sea, the hotel looks completely different. All rooms have a sea view, and most of them are identical, except in one detail: the walls in each are painted a different colour, in Mediterranean hues of sage, lavander, and so on. There are also few rooms designed to make you feel as if you’re sleeping on a yacht. There are all the usual amenities, including a spa, a restaurant with a sea-facing terrace and a bar.