Equipped with a private bathroom and its own entrance, the spacious room offers independent travelers peaceful and cozy accommodation as well as complete privacy at an affordable price in the city center of Split. Everything you need for your holiday is within walking distance of a few minutes.
Housed on the first floor in a hundred-year old stone house in a quiet neighborhood, Room Antonio (about 15 m2 or 160 ft2) is ideal for a budget traveler to explore everything Split has to offer.
The room is furnished with twin/double beds, air-conditioning, a refrigerator, kettle, coffee maker, eating utensils, HD TV and wireless internet plus a toilet with shower and a hair dryer. There is 24-hour bakery, fast food shops, restaurants and all kinds of cuisines on delivery in our neighbourhood. Our guests are able to feed themselves well even though the room does not include a kitchen.
You'll get clean bed sheets and towels every week if your stay is longer than a week.
Dependent on your age and how fast you can walk (-: , the apartment is 5-10 minutes away from the historic old town, ferry pier, bus terminal, train station and the most popular beach in Split named Bačvice. So you can explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Diocletian Palace, the Cathedral of St. Dujam and the lively green market, enjoy the special events and performances on the famous seaside promenade of Riva, go for a day trip to the islands like Hvar or Brač, visit nearby towns of Trogir, Sinj or Omis or indulge in the clear blue sea under the sun.
We love the serene neighborhood and nice people around us, not to mention the daily conveniences and great events in center Split for having a good life here.
Most people refer to our area as "Radunica" although it is actually the name of the main street here in Lucac suburb of Split. "Radun" means "water spring" in old Illyrian. Settlers from the Republic of Poljica came to the area about 500 years ago. Many of the streets are named after the old families living here for many generations: Nincevica, Dumanica, Prvana, Kuzmica, Ruzica, Trumbica, Vesanovica, Dvornika, Duplancica, Bubala and Petrica etc. Some of them have sold their family houses to live in other areas of Split over the years though. One of the streets is named "Kukoc". If the name "Toni Kukoc" comes to your mind immediately, you are right that the street is named after his family.
Radunica becomes even more lively when the residents celebrate "The Days of Radunica" in the last week of June every year. The fiesta is celebrated in honor of St. Peter.