The Croatian capital boasts great architecture and a buzzing art scene, but where are the best places to stay in town?
History lovers should check into The Palace Hotel, the oldest in the city. Since 1907 guests have enjoyed its Art Deco design and proximity to the center of town, with the main square just five minutes’ walk away.
For something more contemporary, President Pantovack is the place to be. Floor-to-ceiling windows make this a light and airy place to stay, and each room looks out over the garden.
Hotel AS sits in a beautiful garden of its own in Zagreb’s green belt. There’s an on-site restaurant that has won awards and is known as the best place to eat seafood in the city.
Travelers on a budget should check out the Swanky Mint Hostel, which offers private rooms as well as dorms. It is found in a former textile-dye workshop, and there’s a nice bar on the terrace.
Outside town, near the Jarun Lake, is the recently-opened Hotel Jarun. It’s 15 minutes by tram to the city center, but the setting and the rooms are beautiful.
Those searching for a touch of luxury could do worse than stay at the Sheraton Zagreb. With a 5-star rating, private dining and a hotel spa, this hotel is a real treat.
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