Vila Nepos Cindro is a beautifully restored and lavishly furnished single floor, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms luxury apartment situated on the 2nd floor of the Cindro family palace. Built in the 17th century, it's considered today as one of the most beautiful and most important examples of baroque style palaces in Dalmatia.
Positioned in the heart of Split old town it is overlooking Decumanus, the ancient main street of Diocletian's palace which connects the Silver and Iron Gates, two of four main palace entrances and just steps away from the prominent city sites.
The Cindro's were one of the most important families in Split, often times playing a leading role in Split's politics during the late middle ages. During Napoleon's occupation of Dalmatia in 1806, Marshall Auguste de Marmont chose Cindro Palace to be the main headquarters while he governed.
The main living area is reputed to have been the 2nd floor, where the Cindro suite is now located, where it is claimed that he signed, under Napoleon's order, the dissolution of the Republic of Dubrovnik after almost 5 centuries of existence.
Preserving the historical essence of the suite, impeccably restored and renovated, providing luxury in every detail, it creates an experience that is truly unique. Decorated with museum quality art, chandeliers, handcrafted Italian furniture, and Capo di Monte lamps, Vila Nepos Cindro combines luxury and modern amenities in a historical setting, with 5 meter (16 feet) high cathedral ceilings and a total living area of 140 square meter (1500 sq. ft.).
The fully-airconditioned suite has a large and spacious living-dining room with fast free wi-fi, satellite, and Netflix TV, two luxurious en-suite bathrooms with a rain shower and complimentary toiletries, a modern fully-equipped kitchen with custom cabinetry and top of the line appliances.