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Split’s Oldest Hotel Now 5-Star After €10 Million Facelift

10943107_851945868161517_4614921526658748114_nThe oldest, and one of the most popular hotels in the Dalmatian city of Split, is to go from a 4 to a 5-star hotel when it opens its doors in just a few weeks after receiving a 10 million euro facelift…

Hotel Park, which first opened its doors back in 1921, and remains one of the most prestigious venues for all social and political events in Split, will open again in June after undergoing major renovations.

“Hotel Park as a longtime leader must follow the new trends in the hotel industry and the demand for luxury capacities that determine the necessity of renovation and upgrading of the hotel. We believe that the hotel “Park” as one of the institutions of the city of Split owes its guests this renovation and upgrade to 5 * stars and new content,” the hotel said a statement.


The new revamped Hotel Park, which will open in early June, will have an increased capacity of 73 rooms, underground garages, swimming pools, conference halls with capacity of 250 people, and a spa and “glass garden” on the existing terrace.

Hotel Park had been closed since October last year for renovations, with around 10 million euros, 3.5 of which came from EU funds, invested into the revamp. (photos / hotel park)

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