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Hotel Le Meridien *****

Le Méridien Lav, Split is located in Podstrana, eight kilometers south of Split. Our beautiful setting features 800 meters of beach frontage, gardens landscaped by award-winning designer, Jim Nicolay of Hawaii, and fantastic sea views overlooking Split and the surrounding islands.

A truly unique experience is found in our 381 guest rooms and suites. Spread across four interlinked buildings, the guest rooms are the largest on the Dalmatian coast. Designed by internationally acclaimed Italian designer, Lorenzo Bellini, all interiors have a warm and inviting ambiance. A combination of eight restaurants and bars in our hotel and on the Marina Promenade, allow you to experience a variety of cuisine types. At 2,900 square meters, our conference and banqueting facilities are the largest on the Adriatic Sea, featuring eight meeting rooms. You will find an array of activities to fill your days and nights. Designed by Christophe Herbert of Principal Concepts, our casino features 140 slot machines, eight gaming tables, Salon Privé, and a sports bar. The adjoining night club provides live entertainment for your added enjoyment. Recreational enthusiasts will enjoy the Tennis Academy, with four championship courts, and the Water Sports Centre, which will offer scuba diving, waterskiing, sailing, and more. Rock climbing, abseiling, archery, Children's Penguin Club, and an animation/entertainment team will create even more possibilities. Endulge yourself at the Diocletian Spa and Wellness centre. With an indoor pool, saunas, steam baths, Tepidarium, Laconium, Caldarium, whirlpools, nail and pedicure studios, solarium, meditation room, relaxation zone, five specialist treatment rooms, a gym, as well as a doctor's office. The hotel's Marina Promenade features shops, restaurants, bars, and cáfes, and the Yacht Marina is home to 60 yachts.


The pretty city of Split has a rich history. Since ancient times it has, in various guises, served as the economic and administrative centre of the beautiful Croatian Adriatic coastal region, today called Dalmatia. The city sits mainly on a peninsula on the eastern part of the island of Ciovo, although it has nowadays spread onto the mainland and encompasses the mouth of the River Cetina.

Split is a town whose citizens with their specific temperament move "in slow motion", i.e. the rhythm of life is much slower than the western one. Apart from the friendly and (almost always) open and good humoured citizens you will also often stumble upon sounds of traditional Dalmatian songs – "klapa" (a capella) singing, in the town's stone alleys in summer period.

Apart from the water activities Split offers rich sports program all year round because Split is the town of recreation and, as we like to say, "The sportiest town in the world". Split has also grown into a big science centre since its University keeps growing in quality and capacity.

Traffic and tourism are also very important segments of regional economy. The city harbour is the largest and the most important passenger's port in the Adriatic. It is the best preserved historical port of the Mediterranean.

Its colouristic ambient, once painted with sails of wooden galleys anchored under the walls of the imperial palace has enchanted many passengers and different artists. This harbour's ambient is being brought into the town through the old city fish market where fishermen sell their fresh catch, as well as the near market where fresh fruit and vegetables, ecologically cultivated in suburb's fields and gardens, are being sold.

Concerning the air traffic, the airport is only 20 km away from the town, and rail and bus stations are in the vicinity of the town centre and in the centre of the city harbour. The road traffic has been considerably improved since the long planned highway was built making the Split region directly connected with continental Croatia and Zagreb.
Prokurative square
Marmontova street
City center
Marjan - panorama
Saint Duje Church
City port

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