About Hotel Monika
The Hotel MONIKA is located in Trogir, a city on the UNESCO World Heritage List, in the fully reconstructed palace of an aristocratic family from the 15th century. High quality accommodation and comfort with a well-designed interior which combines effortlessly with the original architecture. In addition to accommodation, Hotel Monika offers its guests the Restaurant Monika which has more than 40 years of tradition for those wishing to eat with style in an elegant atmosphere inside and out.
Accommodation: All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen SAT-TV, minibar, telephone, radio, wireless internet, and guests have available comfortable bath robes and slippers, as well as a hair-dryer. The rooms have either one king-size bed or two separate beds, with a possibility to bring in another extra bed. All bathrooms are equipped with luxury baths for relaxation or shower cabins.
Facilities: Restaurant Monika opened its doors long ago, in 1970. It is situated in the very centre of Trogir, some 50 metres west from the most prominent cathedral in Europe - the Cathedral of St. Lawrence. Its superior gastronomic offer and ambience made it famous; it has a capacity of 120 seats indoors and 110 seats on the summer terrace under the natural shade of various fruit trees. Staff have been here for a long time and their experience offers daily fresh top quality fish and seafood, as well as international and traditional meat specialties which dominate the menu with excellent choice of superior wine made by local winemakers.
"Hotel Monikia in Trogir: excellent on all counts"
T Jascourt, UK, Sept 2016
"Lovely room but no lift again and we were on top floor.Good food and breakfast. It was hard work carrying everything over the footbridge and to the hotel."
V Copper, UK, Sept 2016
"Hotel Monika, Trogir. Another great welcome by the hotel manager who was extremely helpful and came to collect our luggage and drag it through the cobbled streets of the old town for us. We did have a bit of trouble finding the hotel initially as it was in the middle of the tiny pedestrianised old town but we just asked a local shop keeper who pointed us in the right direction. It would have been helpful to know where to park in advance because if you follow the signs to the town you go over a bridge and there is parking on the right but it is very expensive and if you carry on you have to go over another bridge which actually takes you away from the town. The best thing to do is not to turn left over the first bridge but to carry straight on for about 50 -100 mtrs where there is a much cheaper car park that the hotel has a concession on and then a small foot bridge takes you over to town. The hotel restaurant was really good and all of the staff were very nice. We visited Split from there by boat and had a fantastic lunch. We went on to Krkr National Park which was beautiful and didn't disappoint."
K Saville, UK, June, 2017