This hotel was where we spent our first night of our Croatian trip. As our flight from Spain to Croatia Zagreb arrived quite late we needed a hotel in Zagreb just to sleep, eat breakfast and leave the next morning, without even visiting any of the capital, Zagreb. With that idea, I wanted a hotel in the center of Zagreb, something practical and affordable. With these conditions and assumptions, this hotel is better than good. The hotel is far from the center of Zagreb, located in a quiet residential area, close to Zagreb Fair, it is close to major roads and highways and should be relatively easy to find coming from Pleso airport. Yes, we arrived at night and we did find it quite difficult, because you have to drive in a zone with very long, wide avenue and is easy to make a mistake. By day I think it may not be a problem. The hotel is generally quite good, although our room had pretty old furniture, giving it a skimpy air. Breakfast is correct, a buffet without excess or fanfare, but enough. I found this hotel using the hotel search minube, since I agreed to www.destinia.com for booking and paying online. If I remember it was really cheap, we paid just over 40 € in August 2009 for a double with breakfast. In summary, a convenient hotel, a "passing" hotel for people who come to Zagreb and do not want to walk or have the hassles of getting into the center or pay a Potosi to spend a single night in the capital.
Opened in 1907, this is the oldest in the city: a beautiful nineteenth century building with an excellent location, both for its proximity to the Bana Jelacica and because it overlooks the Strossmayer park. The exterior of the hotel is very beautiful, and the interior is good enough for the most demanding guests. Inside there is a currency exchange service.
A good hotel, completely renovated, in the centre of Zagreb. It's the most central hotel in the city, and everything is new or almost new, with good breakfast and dinner. Being so central, you have more time to relax with a beer in any of the thousand terraces nearby.
We stayed at the HI Hostel in Zagreb. On arrival the receptionist not only gave us a rough guide of the place but introduced us to people as well. It is an entire building of several floors with rooms of 6 beds. The price excludes local taxes only when you say they are being paid for. The sheets are small and do not cover the whole bed. On each floor there is a female and one male bathroom with one or two showers, so many people were queueing up here. For lockers you have to leave a deposit of 20 Kuna (August 2011) Wifi is available only in reception and as one of the few outlets there are charges for mobiles and laptops. It has two pc's that are often full. The good thing is that it is next to the train station (5 min. Walk) and the center (10 min. Walk). If you want something cozy and intimate, this is the place.
The Phoenix Hotel (Zagreb) is situated in the new business area east of the city, near the highway, minutes from the airport and the fairgroundsThere is a daily breakfast buffet and conference rooms available that are completely equipped. It has a spa and gym and a total of 50 rooms. It is a 4 star hotel.
The Hotel Miral (Zagreb) is located near the financial district and many of Zagreb's points of interest. It's a modern hotel recently renovated to offer modern facilities and professional service. It offers a restaurant, bar, 24 hour reception, non-smoking rooms, handicap accessible rooms and services, elevator, safe, heating, and luggage storage. It hosts 69 rooms.
The Hotel Vila Tina (Zagreb) is surrounded by a wooded area of Maksimir in the heart of Zagreb, the newly constructed Hotel is close to all cultural and historical places of the city. The 24 rooms are elegant and comfortable with modern equipment. To to start the day they offer a breakfast buffet. There is a full breakfast in the exclusive estaurant serving à la carte menu with the best traditional and international dishes.
The Hotel Jadran (Zagreb) is situated in the heart of Zagreb. It has quick and easy access and has a free parking lot. Every morning there is a breakfast buffet included in the room rate and provides connection to wi-fi available for free at the hotel.The 48 rooms have air conditioning.
This is definitely a luxurious hotel. It offers all amenities, as well as provides a good starting point to explore the best and most visited attractions. The President Hotel is close to the financial district of Zagreb, making it ideal for businessmen and for guests who come for pleasure.
A young spirit hostel, cozy and close to the center. They have good heating and beds for you to rest in incredibly well in. It is small, but has a lounge and a kitchen, and a computer with internet for guests. The staff is very nice, and we we were treated great from the first minute. Highly recommended!
You can pay just 27 euros a head to sleep in a double room - a clean and fragrant room with all amenities, and a fully functional bathroom. You can park your car in the street outside the hotel for free. It is situated in a quiet and safe neighbourhood (it's a good idea to pick up a detailed map of the city centre). Problems: it's not in the centre, although the tram station is no more than a hundred metres away, and the tram will take you there in just over five minutes. There's no breakfast, and no cafes nearby. Some rooms open onto a busy avenue that may disturb your sleep. The reception staff can be a bit abrupt. But for the price, it's a good choice.
The Best Western Premier Htl Asto (Zagreb - Grad Zagreb - Croatia) is situated in Zagreb, Croacia. The rooms have high speed Internet, TV and minibar .The restaurant offers customers food and a breakfast buffet every morning. It offers 5 conference rooms fully equipped with audio-visual equipment and can accommodate up to 100 people.
You're sure to find Zagreb accommodatoins to suit all tastes and budgets. You can find lots of hotels in Zagreb, from luxurious, international chains to budget-friendly two-star Zagreb hotels. And there are more great deals to be found in guesthouses, which are a great choice for low-cost lodging in Zagreb if you plan to stay more than two or three days.
For those seeking cheap places to stay in Zagreb there are apartments available for rent, along with houses and even rooms in private homes. Remember that when looking for Zagreb hotel deals, prices in this city are higher than in the rest of the country, so it's worth taking the time to carefully compare rates before making your decision.
If you haven't yet decided where to stay in Zagreb, look to minube for help! Just enter the dates of your stay and you can compare prices across a wide range of Zagreb lodging. You can also read reviews written by experienced travelers, which will help you make up your mind. And once you've decided, things couldn't be easier. You can book your room with just one click and then relax, safe in the knowledge that you'll be on your way to a great holiday!