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stayed one night in old Trogir rounding off our Croatia holidays. the Hotel was tastefully refurbished and we got the Penthouse appartment, spatious with wonderful views, dining table sofa and a big bed. can absolutely recommend. transport was organised for us to the airport in...More
We’d stayed in private accommodation during our week in Trogir, but because we flew home a day later than our hosts, my wife and I stayed at Villa Sv. Petar (Saint Peter) for just one night. Our room was the penthouse suite on the fourth...More
Located in the centre of Trogir, and with with only 6 rooms, Villa Sv Petar was the perfect place to spend a few days to relax and enjoy Dalmatia. What really made our 4 day stay special was the staff, File', both Deanna's and Annamarie...More
We had the penthouse apartment which came with a full kitchen. The service was awesome. Breakfast was customized for us as we were the only ones. Eggs and coffee done to my liking! I recommend this place, it's right in the city so it's very...More
We had stayed in Okrug in May, and wanted to return to Trogir staying in the old town. Villa Sv Petar looked perfect for a real taste of Croatia.
The hotel is situated right inside the old town, very nicely furnished and welcoming.
US$93 - US$466 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I guess you mean Villa Sv.Petar, not Qatar! No cars are allowed in Old Trogir which is on an island, albeit only a few metres from the mainland. The people I was staying with parked for free in a supermarket car park (which... More
I guess you mean Villa Sv.Petar, not Qatar! No cars are allowed in Old Trogir which is on an island, albeit only a few metres from the mainland. The people I was staying with parked for free in a supermarket car park (which was allowed apparently) although it was about a mile away (20 minutes walk). There may be nearer and better options, but I do not know about them.