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Hostel Antonio

0.4 km from Split centre
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    Zadarska 7, Split 21000, Croatia
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    Brussels, Belgium
    Reviewed 3 August 2016

    Unlike what the name suggests, this isn't actually a hostel but a guest house with a few private rooms. Few opportunities to meet other travelers, but you can hear them at night because the walls are very thin. We paid 150 EUR per night for 2 people, and were housed in a tiny room that was marketed as an apartment....

    1Thank ArticCynda
    Barcelona, Spain
    Reviewed 31 August 2014 via mobile

    A friend and I spent two nights here and the room was very big. It was like sharing an apartment with two other rooms. The location was very very good, in the center. The only missing thing was the wifi, but we could get some for free standing right by the window. A good deal!

    1Thank annamufa
    Nottingham, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 31 August 2014

    Hostel Antonio is not really a place for meeting other travellers as it is not really a hostel, but more an apartment with private bedrooms and a shared bathroom. However, it is in an extremely central location and had cooking facilities which helped to save some money. Our 'double' was a very simply furnished room with 2 single beds pushed...

    1Thank hcmknight
    Reviewed 17 August 2014

    The hostel is comfortable, homely and in a great location. The cat and dog add to the atmosphere of this cute little hostel. The owner is wonderfully warm - she did our washing free of charge made every effort to make our stay great.

    Thank Michelle R
    Bristol, United Kingdom
    Reviewed 29 July 2014

    To warn you, this isn't a hostel. But don't let let put you off. Its right in the centre of the old town, which is a perfect location for shops, restaurants, clubs and the beach. Its owned by the loveliest lady who could not help you more. She offered to do our washing for free and made you feel really...

    Thank Cat A
    United Kingdom
    Reviewed 14 September 2012

    When I arrived at the hostel it looked very dodgy. There was noone around- no reception. I had to call out 'hello' and a woman came. She was very abrupt with me and said to wait. She disappeared for a moment and then came back and said that she'd made a mistake and there was no room for me, even...

    Thank JNA111
    Citrus Heights, California
    Reviewed 6 February 2012

    A very special place to stay, inside of the old palace walls. Be aware that the buildings are old and suffer from anything that might come with that ancient infrastructure. The room was pleasant and had a comfortable bed, TV, and an attached kitchen area. Between the windows of the bedroom and the kitchen the place airs out quite well....

    1Thank Karl S
    Reviewed 19 September 2009

    PRO's Central Cheap Had Air-Con CON's Getting moved from where we actually booked Unclean - Bottom Sheet obviously not changed since last guest. Shower dirty and covered in last persons hair. Fact we had to actually ask for towels (not too bad) and for sheets (never done this before) Noisy AND FINALLY! getting swore at and verbally abused by the...

    1Thank JamesRushby
    Reviewed 26 July 2009

    The good: Excellent location, within 30 seconds walk of Diocletian's Palace Basements, the "Riva" and many cafes and restaurants. 5 minutes walk from the ferry and bus terminals. Right in the heart of the 'old town'. Very friendly owner/operator Very reasonable rates Linen provided Very clean The not-so-good: Up 3 flights of stairs to the 'reception' area, then one or...

    2Thank KatieLM

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    Additional Information about Hostel Antonio

    Address: Zadarska 7, Split 21000, Croatia
    Region: Croatia > Dalmatia > Split-Dalmatia County > Split
    Price Range: $24 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
    Number of rooms: 13
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    “Don't stay here, search another guest house or a real hostel with better value!”
    • Not the kind of door expected for 150 EUR per night
    • Screws sticking out, hazards everywhere. Not what one could expect for 150 EUR per night
    • Loose electric wiring making the room more
    • Street view
    • Back side of the room
    • House cat in the room
    • Small room with double bed
    • Double bed
     of 5 bubbles ArticCynda, 3 Aug 2016 | Read review
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