Zagreb

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12 reviews
One of Croatia’s grandest hotels, the Esplanade used to be the rest stop for passengers on the Orient Express. It has a lovely art deco foyer, luxurious rooms, a health club and a casino. — Insight Guides
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7 reviews
The former Opera Hotel has gone through several ownership changes in the last few years and is now positioned as a luxury property by its Starwood parent. — Frommer's
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5 reviews
Chic Euro design, a restaurant exclusively for guests and their friends, lots of original artwork and global antiques, bathrooms with Jacuzzis, and state-of-the-art electronics. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
Dependable four-star comprising a 1920s main building overlooking Trg bana Jelačića, and an angular glass-and-steel annexe stretching along Gajeva to the south. — Rough Guide
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5 reviews
Located at the far end of a shop-filled courtyard off Zagreb's busiest shopping street, the hotel is just a minute's walk from Trg Bana Jelačića. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
In a renovated 19th-century dry cleaning and textile-dye factory, this funky hostel combines its former industrial identity with recycled furniture and an eco-friendly atmosphere. — Frommer's
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6 reviews
Attractive turn-of-the-century pile between the train station and Trg bana Jelačića. — Rough Guide
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3 reviews
This welcoming hostel has a total of 50 beds divided between single, double, and family rooms, and six-bed dorms. — Frommer's
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3 reviews
High standards make this modern, six-story hotel a relative bargain. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
All rooms feature a svelte mixture of charcoal, chocolate and ochre surfaces and fabrics; big windows provide both plenty of light and a a sense of outside bustle. — Time Out
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5 reviews
A lobby of wood panelling, plush red armchairs and marble floors leads to red-carpeted hallways lined by replicas of Croatian masterpieces. — Time Out
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5 reviews
A modern hotel close to the railway and bus station, Central is convenient for those on the move as well as sightseers. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
The building's new, sleek look belies its plain Jane beginnings as a Socialist tower hotel. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
There’s a chronic shortage of B&Bs in Croatia, and the small and welcoming Kairos comes as something of a reach of fresh air. — Time Out
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2 reviews
The new kid in town, Jarun is, appropriately, next to Jarun Lake. — Time Out
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3 reviews
This recently renovated six-storey hotel has a superb location only minutes from Jelačić square. The 49 rooms are laid out in a cheery style and the service is friendly. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The sensation here is that you are at a fancy mountainside retreat. — Time Out
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2 reviews
Sited a short walk from the bus station, the recently renovated and expanded Sliško is a great number to keep on you for travel convenience. — Time Out
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2 reviews
From sumptuous guest rooms, to a Zen-inspired spa to a glass-domed cocktail lounge that offers patrons a spectacular city panorama, the Antunovic has raised the bar for creature comforts. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
The Omladinski is one of the few bargain accommodations in Zagreb and even though its amenities are bare bones, it should not be overlooked. — Frommer's
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