NOT A Recommendation
The International Youth Hostel in Zagreb is the dingiest hostel i've ever been in. The single shower on our floor had a blocked drain as did the one on the floor above. Normally i'd put up with this but we were fairly travel weary so the place sticks out in my mind. It wasnt even worth the 12 euro we paid.
The city really must make good on their promisse to renovate this sad sucker... this place desperately need a full retooling.
It is very cheap and well located, but not recommendable. Go here only if you haven't any other option.
there are 45 rooms: 20 singles 142-195kn, 25 doubles 190-260kn
I have relatives there, so never had a chance to see what the offers are. But, luckily I ran into some info...
There are pensions and motels listed as well.
ILLICA Hotel : seems be the best for prices and transports
Hotel SLISKO : Hotel Slisko, near the main bus station :
Hotel International, Miramarska 24, Zagreb, tel. 6108-800
I stayed at Goran's house in Vrbovecs but there seemed to be some nice places to stay in town as well. ;)
“Hotel Esplanade” Mihanoviceva 1; tel: (385)(1) 45 66 666; www.esplanade.tel.hr/esplanade
“Hotel Dubrovnik” Gajeva 1, tel 45-55-155, fax. 424-451
“Hotel Inter-Continental” Krsnjavoga 1; tel.45-53-411/-lok.1934 (6:30-24h)
“Sheraton Hotel” Kneza Borne 2 ; tel. 45-45-53-535, fax. 48-36-005
“Palace Hotel Zagreb” Strossmayerov trg 10; tel.48-14-611 fax. 48-11-358
There are very few cheap places to stay in Zagreb. For younger people, the best bet is Omladinski ('Youth') Hotel at Petrinjska Ulica 77 (Tel: 1 48-41-267), near the main railway station. A bed in a dormitory is about £7/$11 per person and a double room is about £22/$35. In the summer, Zagreb university student hostels are used as accommodation for visitors. The best one is Cvijetno Naselje in southern Zagreb which charges £20/$32 for a single room with private bath.
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