Marmont Hotel was named after Napoleon´s commander, marshal Auguste Frédéric de Marmont, who first began building roads in Dalmatia in the early 19th century. That fact so deeply impressed the people that they passed on from generation to generation the story of this French general. It is said: "Marmont mounted a horse and said: 'Let the road come to be!' When he dismounted the horse, the roads were already finished."
Marmont Hotel is situated right in the heart of the old vibrant city, inside the walls of the Diocletian Palace which has been declared a World Heritage site by the UNESCO. That is one of the reasons why the hotel is an extremely appealing place for all who want to be inspired by the Mediterranean spirit and to sense the rhythm of life in this city.
Starting from our hotel, follow the steps of the old Roman Emperor Diocletian and get acquainted with the kalete and walls of his palace, a palace which is proud of its valuable cultural treasure and long standing tradition.
21 double rooms, 260 square feet each, offering contemporary and minimalism style with dark walnut furniture and blanched oak flooring. Here are just a few of amenities our hotel offers: All rooms are air-conditioned with there own thermostats, as well as free wireless internet access, LCD, TV, minibar, shower, WC.