Zagreb has a decent and improving set of hotels for all budgets, with new places regularly springing up across town. Renting apartments is a good option for anyone staying for a week or longer. The Zagreb hotels below have been classed into three pricing categories: Luxury (over 1,000HRK) Moderate (500 to 1,000HRK) Cheap (up to 500HRK) Prices for hotels in Zagreb are for a double room per night, including tax and breakfast.
This grand 1920s hotel in Zagreb was originally built for travellers on the Orient Express and has hosted royalty, artists and politicians in its many years. It remains the epitome of old-fashioned luxury and Art Deco elegance, with 209 plush rooms, fine-dining restaurant (one of the city’s best), health club and business centre.Address: , Mihanoviceva 1, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 456 6666.
Founded in 1827, Jagerhorn is the city’s oldest standing hotel. After the full refurbishment in 2015 it has become one of the most luxurious places to stay in Zagreb. Whether you like to enjoy a drink by the fountain or relax in spacious rooms, Jagerhorn is an oasis of style and comfort.Address: , Ilica 14, Zagreb, 10000
Telephone: +385 1 4833 877.
The old dame of hotels in Zagreb, Palace Hotel still oozes the old-fashioned charm that once made it the city’s best. Opened in 1891, it’s Zagreb’s first luxury hotel, and the decadent elegance of the Habsburg Empire still reigns in the plush rooms. Front rooms have fabulous views of the park, so try to get one of those for beauty in and outside.Address: , Strossmayerov Trg 10, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 489 9600.
With a hard-to-beat location - off the main Bana Jelačića square - this 266-room Zagreb hotel also boasts a small fitness centre and an Italian restaurant. The glass building is a city landmark and the meeting place for businessmen and business travellers.Address: , Gajeva 1, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 486 3555.
With a good, central location and rooms decorated in a rich (sometimes kitsch) style, complete with red drapes, gilded details and large paintings, Hotel Ilica is great if you like to have peace and quiet, but still be in the middle of things. It’s a small hotel in Zagreb, which means the service is friendly and personal.Address: , Ilica 102, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 377 7522.
This gleaming business hotel in Zagreb has 279 comfortable, modern and well-equipped rooms, as well as a restaurant and meeting and conference facilities. It’s great value for an uncomplicated sense of comfort.Address: , Trg Krešimira Ćosića 9, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 365 8333.
Apartmani Top Centar
Located conveniently in the city centre, a mere 300 metres from the cathedral, Apartmani Top Centar offers self-catering apartments equipped with air-conditioning and furnished in bold colours with a contemporary design.Address: , Radićeva 3a, Zagreb, 10000
Telephone: +385 91 564 5527.
Boutique B&B Casablanca Zagreb
If you’re visiting Zagreb on a budget, Casablanca is the place for you. Owned by sisters Jelena and Zrinka, Casablanca grew from a hostel to a B&B and continues to wow its guests with its eclectic décor and very friendly staff.Address: , Vlaška 92, Zagreb, 10000
Telephone: +385 1 4641 418.
Hotel Antunović is 8km (5 miles) from Zagreb’s city centre and has 210 rooms and suites, with rates to suit a variety of budgets. Dining options are equally diverse with a self-service restaurant, Mediterranean eatery and pastry shop all on site. The eighth-floor spa and pool command panoramic views over Zagreb.Address: , Zagrebačka Avenija 100A, Zagreb,
Telephone: +385 1 204 1201.
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