In the centre of the city
Unique Quality: This place has a lovely coffee room (you might come across coffee more than once in my stories) went there for coffee many times because of the level of service , price is higher than average.
Overall, the hotel looks great. The building dates back to the late 19th century and they've done a bit to maintain the charm of that, but for the most part, it has ended up looking like just about any other hotel, minus the glass windows in the dining area.
There are certainly some cheaper places to stay in Zagreb, even though I got a price break at $108 US per night for a single. It was vastly overpriced though. While there was nothing bad about it like being unclean, for the price, there was nothing to justify it costing that much. The breakfast service isn't very amazing and I've had better at cheaper places. There is very little selection on the television. The hotel staff at the front desk are pretty much downright rude.
Some other things that made me nuts were that when I was staying there, they were doing construction on what seemed to be the entire second floor. This started right at 7AM and continued through to about 18PM. It was loud, really loud and when I mentioned it to the staff, they just shrugged. On top of that, my room was right above an incredibly noises exhaust vent that woke me up throughout the night.
I give it a thumbs down. Stay somewhere else when in Zagreb and maybe this place will get the message they're not all that.
Unique Quality: There is nothing particularly interesting about it other than the age of building and the square that it is on is quite nice in Spring, as well as being very close to Glavni Kolodvor, the main Zagreb train station.
Just minutes up from the railway station this hotel is an superb location handy for sightseeing and close to loads of restaurants. This is the oldest hotel in Croatia so they tell you and you'd do well to believe them. The rooms are small and a bit shabby and the bathrooms just aren't up to scratch. I was desperatley dissapointed as I thought it would be a treat for us both. At 120 euros you'd expect some comforts but other than the location everything else was a tad dissapointing. The breakfasts were fine, but oh it just lacked a little inspiration and was fairly mundane and boring. Actually that describes the hotel in a word "boring."
Hotel Palace is the oldest in the city and nearly all of Europe (1891). If lodging here you don't need any transportation, because it is five minutes walk from the main square and eqauly so from the railway station.
Directions: Right in between Trg Ban J.Jelacic and the Central Railway Station
Classy and cool, it's the oldest hotel in the city and nearly all of Europe (1891). Its antiques style will transport you to an age gone by.
Unique Quality: Trg bana J. Jelacica is only a couple minutes walk away.
After major reconstruction works, the hotel is reopened now becoming one of the best in the town. In fact, it is the only five plus stars hotel in Zagreb at the moment.
The prices are pretty high now, a single room costs approx. 200 euros.
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