The hotel location is its best and worst feature. It is on a street across the bridge to old town which makes it very convenient to walk. If you are driving in and out of the cramped parking area in the back, it can be challenging. Also the club behind it detracts from its charm but we were not bothered by noise.
The hotel itself is a restored building with exposed brick walls, a walk up stair to the rooms, decorated with interesting contemporary art. We had a loft room which was a good size, the bed was very comfortable. The rooms and bathrooms were very clean, shower well equipped and breakfast choices were simple but adequate. The staff are extremely friendly, helpful and speak fluent English.
The vibe of this boutique hotel matches the old city of Trogir- small, friendly and full of charm.More