This was a very nice hotel as good as any we had stayed in over the past 9 weeks, the rooms were a good size , nicely decorated, a very clean bathroom and the general hotel amenities of lounges and bars were first class. Reception staff were very helpful and the only meal we had was breakfast which was deluxe. A most enjoyable stay.
This is just an excellent hotel from which to stage any business or tourist adventure in Zagreb. The staff is very capable and willing to assist their guests and I found all of the staff could speak excellent English.
I came to Croatia from Poland and my luggage did not arrive with me. The hotel provided me with some basic necessities for my first night and assisted my efforts in getting my luggage located and sent to the hotel the next day. So I certainly rate their service as excellent!
I also had limited time to do some sightseeing and the front desk provided me with some suggestions of what would be of most interest to see in the time that I had. They gave me a very nice city map to use and marked the route I should take in order to get the most out of the time I had.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Zagreb.
Unique Quality: My room was very clean and quiet. The bed was firm and comfortable. I did not use the television. The bathroom was very clean.
I was especially delighted by the piano bar on the lobby level. This is a very nice place for a relaxing conversation with business associates and the service was excellent. The piano player was marvelous and the music provided a relaxing quality to the already nice ambiance. And the drinks were even reasonably priced - at least for a hotel!
I ate breakfast at the hotel for several days. There was a good selection of food to choose from on the buffet including scrambled eggs and bacon. Plenty of juices and coffee and tea.
Directions: within walking distance of the upper city and the central square.
The Sheraton is a taste of luxury after being deployed to an Army base. It makes for a nice transition after a long bus ride out of Bosnia or after 16 hours of traveling from California.
It's everything you've come to expect from the world-renowned hotelier: standout sevice, excellent doing and relaxation options, and service that goes the extra mile.
Sheraton of Zagreb is situated in the central part of the town, 5 minutes walking from the Railway Station and very close to all major sights of the city.
Unique Quality: Everything you need is in house. Really cool business rooms and great night-club downstairs. Double with butler service 1760kn, additional bed 250kn. Prices do not include breakfest.
There are 312 rooms: 282 doubles 1.520-1.760 kn, 19 junior suite 3.160 kn, 10 suite 4.300 kn, 1 apartment 7.300 kn.
Directions: the city centre
Luxury hotel opened in 1996 and located in the very centre of the city. Hotel has 316 rooms comprising Butler, Club, Business and Classic floors, including 1 Presidential suite, 10 Executive and 19 Classic suites, non-smoking rooms. All have air-conditioning, satellite television, in-room fax and computer modem facility upon request, two incoming lines, voice message system and 24 hours room service.
Luxury hotel opened in 1996. and located in very centre of the city. Hotel has 316 rooms comprising Butler, Club, Business and Classic rooms. All have air-condition, in-room fax, two incoming lines. There are several restaurants, convention halls, large banquet hall and swimming pool.
Unique Quality: Fitness facility, solarium, casino, sauna, massage treatments, whirlpool...
Directions: Located in the heart of the city, 5 minutes walking distance from the centre, 30 min. travel by car from airport
I'll fly to Zagreb and stay during 26-30 of November.
Any suggestion what to do and where to stay in hotels during 4 days?
Awaiting your replies,
There are many posobilities: stay in a hostel (hostel Lika for example) You can see the city in two days. Than you can go to surroundings: city of Varaždin (70 km from ZG), National park Plitvice lakes (2 hours by bus).
Hi 3 years ago we stayed at the Sheraton Zagreb, a magnificent hotel and well located. We only had an overnight stay as it was our departure point from Croatia, however we managed a walking tour to the Parliament district, beautiful churches, interesting walk through the streets. Noticed there was a good tram system, find out where they go and take a tram ride, a good way to see the city without getting lost.
Zagreb’s Hotel Central made up for its lack of charm and friendliness with its cleanliness and convenience. It’s sort of modern and located across the street from the train station, a little hike to the bus depot, but not too far from the Ban Josip Jelacic Square.
If I stayed there, its rates must be fairly reasonable. (2004)
Accommodation is up to your budget, of course.
One thing I recommend is The Greatest German Expressionism Masters exhibition in Klovicevi dvori.
You will find acc and events info here:
I've reserved a room in Hotel central, however I couldn't fly..
Noted your suggestions, will use in next trip..
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