Welcome to

Dear guests, welcome to your destination. Hotel Ora is much more than just a hotel, we strive to be your home away from home, a place where you can enjoy and feel completely relaxed. Our modern interior and 24 luxuriously decorated rooms are designed to provide you with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Our professional staff will pamper you and take care of your every need.

Located near the city center of Split, yet far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Hotel Ora offers you the vacation you need. The beautiful beach Trstenik is just a few minute-walk away. And if you want to enjoy one of the many city excursions or excursions to other towns, you can quickly get out of the town due to the ideal location of the hotel.

Our rooms are your oasis, a place where you will relax and enjoy yourself. You can choose a double or a twin room, and in this modern, spacious and air conditioned interior, you will have everything you need for a pleasant stay – a mini bar, LED TV with local and satellite programs and a Wi-Fi. Accommodation units are connected with the lobby and the garage by elevator.


Hotel Ora

Our rooms are your oasis, a place where you will relax and enjoy yourself.

Standard double room with king size bed

Standard twin room with separate beds


About the

The story of Split begins in the 17th century in the era of Emperor Diocletian, who decided to build a palace on this peninsula near the Roman city of Salona to spend the last years of his life in peace. During these 1700 years the palace was slowly turning and turned into a city that today attracts people by its rich tradition, magnificent history, the beauty of natural and cultural heritage.

Diocletian’s Palace and the entire old town centre have been a part of the UNESCO World Heritage since 1979. Walk through the town across the Riva of Split, through Marmont street all the way to Grgur Ninski. Pass through the door of the Diocletian palace and enjoy the coffee in the sun at the Peristyle Square, absorbing even the thinnest part of antique architecture.