See why so many travellers make Marvie Hotel & Health their small hotel of choice when visiting Split. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Dioklecijanova (Cardo Maximus) (0.9 mi) and The Peristyle of Diocletian's Palace (0.9 mi), guests of Marvie Hotel & Health can easily experience some of Split's most well known attractions.
As your “home away from home,” the small hotel rooms offer a refrigerator, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to room service and a rooftop terrace while staying at Marvie Hotel & Health. In addition, Marvie Hotel & Health offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Split trip additionally gratifying.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Pizzeria Portas Food & Restaurant, Mediterraneo restaurant - pizzeria, or Sperun, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Marvie Hotel & Health.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular parks, such as Marjan Park, Strossmayer Park, and Sustipan.
At Marvie Hotel & Health, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Split.
What an exceptional place. One of the best hotels I have stayed in my life. Great location not very far from the old town and beaches, facilities were all perfect (Gym, Rooftop Pool, Wifi). Above all, the main point of the hotel is by far its staff. I can only thank all those that contributed to a wonderful time in Split (The staff at the reception, pool bar, Marea Restaurant, Health Center). I was treated as a welcomed guest by all. One hotel that I do plan to come back soon.
Me an my wife went to Split for weekend, and we stay at Marvie for 5 days. Hotel is new, beautifuly decorated, the staff is very frendly and polite. The food is ok, welness is ok, the pool on the roof has great view, an it is very nice. Hotel is close to beach, has got private parking , and 15 min. walk to Riva of Split. Overall recomend for stay in Split.
In this covid time we really needed some escape from reality, and Marvie was all about it. At entrance we were welcomed by nice lady and she introduced us with everything. We booked half board and beautiful room with such an amazing view. Room was clean and spotless.Sunset is something you have too experience it. We were told due to covid measurement we have to book wellness and spa zone on time, and we did it. Swimming pool, jacuzzi, relax zone and sauna was worth it of days spent here.Food was amazing, restaurant is gluten free. Thank you Marvie and see you again soon.
Everything. Cards do not work, the bathroom leaks water, unfriendly staff at the reception (especially Josip). The spa is full of people and you cannot use the jacuzzi. Avoid this hotel if you want to be pleased with your stay in Split
The hotel in general is fine until you get into your room. To be honest, I arrived in the evening and did not notice how I was accommodated till morning,I was left speechless. I was booked into a superior room with no balcony which in theory was completely fine. The room was adequate in size and had just the right amneties to get you through your stay. While in the room, I could hear other guests quite clearly talking.At that time, I thought it was due to poor soundproofing(Boy was I wrong) . In the morning, when I awoke, I went to the window to catch a glimpse of where my room was facing and this was when I froze. The room next to us(room 106), had a balcony which extended to my bedroom window, providing guests with a clear and full view of my room(107)!!! I couldn't belive my eyes! I have attached photos of my room from the inside looking out, there is no door and that balcony that you see is not from my room, yet from the neighbouring room which clearly is looking into my room. Has the owner not yet come up with a solution for this problem? How is it possible that during check- in I have to sign a GDPR consent form, whilst no consent is needed to look into my room? What made it even worse was that I probably wouldn't have been as annoyed as I am at this point if the hotel was really full, but due to the fact that staff openly left a list of rooms occupied for anyone to see, I noticed that there were only round 30 rooms booked. Was is really necessary to accommodate me in this particular room? It left me thinking that they were testing to see if they could get away with it. To conclude: I visit Split quite often and will do in the future, whilst Hotel Marvie:"Never more".…