Set in a modest little building adjoining the open-roofed vestibule in the palace, this friendly seven-room boutique hotel is certainly swish. Rooms have nice decorative touches, such as natural brick, but the building simply isn’t big enough to allow for many additional facilities. There is a restaurant, the Diocles, and tables outside on the square beside the Ethnography Museum. Extra accommodation is available at the Villa Dobrić annexe just a few steps away to the west, a stone medieval building comprising two guestrooms on the first floor, with two junior suites sit above. There are good weekend deals available if you book off-season.