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All reviews top floor the penthouse the owner old town small hotel each morning eggs cooked we loved our stay a lovely place to stay cobbled streets split airport breakfast included air conditioning stay there again dining table small island flights of stairs
Trogir is great relaxing place. The hotel room was not big enough for a longer stay, but for two nights was perfect. Actually if they added a small refrigerator under the TV there, it would be really perfect. We bought some fruit their at nearby...More
Loved our stay, nice helpful staff and beautiful rooms. Modern clean bathrooms, comfortable beds, delicious breakfast. We will return! Staff provided a shuttle to the airport. Perfect one day layover for us as we were wrapping up 2 weeks in Croatia.
We were incredibly disappointed in this property. We were two couples travelling together and when we arrived, they tried to put us in a house down the street even though we had booked two separate rooms with private bathrooms. They first tried telling us that...More
Response from Anamaria P, Manager at Villa Sv. PetarResponded 19 September 2018
Thank you for your review. As always, we will do our best to make our guests happy and welcome,
:) Anamaria & File :)
The owners of this little hotel were very friendly and helpful. Our room was on 2nd floor . Very small room, but. Ery clean, difficult to move around and nowhere to put suitcases Bathroom was small with tiny shower. Breakfast was good and it was...More
Ok, You might find a better view, or you might find somewhere that is closer to the Promenade, but I doubt you will find another property that can match the service, value, and cleanliness of Villa Sv. Petar! The B&B is centrally located in the...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... 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.