Spend half an hour or so searching through the 7 hotels available in Mastrinka. Mastrinka is a great neighbourhood, situated just 3 kilometres from the center of town. Investigate the facilities at Villa Moretti and Villa Carrara. You should also try to look at hotels in the popular suburb of Okrug Gornji. It's a convenient spot to establish a base, with 6 places for you to browse through. Villa Paula and Villa Katarina are some of the options in this area, which is just 3 kilometres from the middle.
The Villa PaPe and the Palace Derossi are very conveniently located if you're looking to stay near Kamerlengo Fortress. The Villa PaPe is a kilometre away and the Palace Derossi is 0.3 kilometres away.
Sense time slowing down at Church of St. Charles Borromeo, a tranquil house of prayer. Stay at Hotel Bellevue and Hotel-restaurant Trogir, and you won't be far from this attraction. Church of St. Theodore is a beautifully serene house of prayer as well as a tourist landmark. You can spend time at this place everyday, especially if you're staying at Villa St. Petar and Domus Maritima.
If you find yourself in need of more options in Trogir, try the Hotel Vestibul Palace and the Radisson Blu Resort Split. They are located 15 kilometres and 18 kilometres away from the center. Wotif also recommends the Riva Luxury Suites and the Heritage Hotel Diocletian. The first is 15 kilometres away from the center, while the second is 15 kilometres away.
The nearby localities of Kastela and Kastel Luksic are worth checking out. Kastela is 10 kilometres to the northeast of Trogir, while Kastel Luksic is 11 kilometres to the northeast. Kastela hotels and apartments are the Hotel Villa Zarko and Villa Šoulavy. The Sveti Jure and Villa Cezar are some of the ones in Kastel Luksic.
Zadar Airport is a primary airport for flying into Trogir. It is 95 kilometres from downtown Trogir. The Pansion Matanovi Dvori is nearby.
Hotels in Trogir start at AU$57 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.