Zagreb

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12 reviews
A painstaking renovation has seamlessly added New World creature comforts to the historic hotel's old-world opulence. — Frommer's
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7 reviews
The Westin Zagreb is a 349-room, three-and-a-half-pearl hotel in the center of Zagreb near the Mimara Museum. — Oyster
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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
An outstanding boutique hotel in Zagreb, on the edge of the city centre, oozing style and luxury. — The Telegraph
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5 reviews
A charming little hotel that sits right underneath Lotrščak Tower, the ‘Hunter’s Horn’ has friendly service and 18 spacious, classic rooms with good views. — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
A courtyard on Zagreb’s main shopping street harbours this engaging former dry-cleaning and textile-dying factory, still featuring an atmospheric combination of exposed brickwork and industrial floors — Time Out
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6 reviews
Built in 1891, the Palace is the grand old lady of Zagreb’s hotels. Located near the historic centre of the city, the hotel oozes old-world aristocracy. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
A true five-star on any scale, the Sheraton has 306 rooms, all with marble bathrooms, well lit and expansive living spaces, handsome wooden nightstands and desks. — Time Out
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3 reviews
The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Zagreb is a four-pearl property located in the business district of Zagreb — Oyster
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3 reviews
Great location for partying, right on Tkalčićeva. — Lonely Planet
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5 reviews
Hotel Astoria is a solid choice just a short stroll from the train station — Lonely Planet
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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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2 reviews
The new kid in town, Jarun is, appropriately, next to Jarun Lake. — Time Out
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3 reviews
Located only minutes away from Zagreb’s central square, the façade of Hotel Jadran looks a little austere and some of the rooms are a bit old-fashioned, but others are fine and clean. — DK Eyewitness
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3 reviews
Zagreb’s Hotel AS lies just a short distance outside the city centre, but still within easy walking distance of its beautifully preserved historic core — The Telegraph
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2 reviews
Located in back of the main bus station, the Slisko Hotel is a solid no-frills hotel a little off the beaten path. — Frommer's
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2 reviews
The L-shaped business hotel has made a big splash since it opened in 2006 thanks in part to its Novi-Zagreb business-district location and the top-floor panoramic Vertigo bar. — Time Out
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2 reviews
This YHA hostel has clean, though sparse and a tad institutional, six-bed dorms and private rooms. There's plentiful beds so it's a good back-up if you can't find a bed elsewhere. — Lonely Planet
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2 reviews
The largest holiday apartment agency in Zagreb, with 20 stylish, contemporary apartments (from studios to three-beds) dotted around the centre of town, and great customer service — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
The minimalist lobby and café-bar is awash in gleaming polished marble and attractive abstract art. — Time Out
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