Bait & Switch. This is not an "Annex"
We decided on this hotel as it was centered directly within Diocletian's Palace. As we booked, i received a pop-up stating "this is the Annex to the hotel" or somewhat similar. I exited the site, looked up the address and not finding an address change, booked the hotel. Needless to say, we weren't in, or anywhere near, or connected to, the hotel. I wasn't very happy when I was told that a fuidw would bring me to the hotel. The staff defended their position, printing off an email sent to me with the new address. Of course, by the time the email was sent, the room was booked and paid.
I couldn't tell you how the actual hotel rates, or even an annex to the hotel. I can tell you that after an 8-minute walk, during which time I unsuccessfully tried to explain the word "Annex" is derived from a Latin word meaning "connected to...", we arrived at another hotel, with a different name, tucked away in a maze of twists and turns on the very edge of the palace. small room (ok- it's Europe so no harm), extremely hard bed (ok, it's in an outdoor palace, so not that big of a deal). Very clean bathrooms, friendly staff AFTER the deceit played out. Let's all be honest here- this isn't the first time a patron thought they were being tricked. Put the address on the website. Guess what- people won't feel like they are being cheated. I would still have booked the room if I'd have known the true address - I just would have been more informed and a heck of a lot more cordial upon check-in.