The Best Hotels in Zagreb, the Capital of
A stay in one of Croatia’s finest hotels can certainly
enhance your vacation and make a good trip a great one. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know what hotels
are the best, especially when you are coming from out of country. The following are some of the most popular hotels
in some of Croatia’s more than 900-year-old capital city.
The Regent Esplanade Zagreb
While in Zagreb, one can choose from a number of hotels, but
The Regent Esplanade Zagreb is one that definitely stands out. Built in 1925, The Regent is one of
the most famous and easily recognizable buildings in Zagreb. It is only 18 kilometers from the airport and features
all the amenities that one would expect from a five star resort. Back in the days of Orient Express the
hotel was a clear choice accommodation for the travellers of this luxury train express.
|One of Zagreb's best known hotels is The Regent Esplanade,
the winner of the Historic Hotel 2019 award in
This is definitely a luxury hotel and has catered to the
likes of presidents, musicians, and movie stars over the years. All 209 rooms are spacious and the suites feature
marble bathrooms. The hotel also has complimentary high-speed internet access for those who just can’t wait to
check their e-mail.
When it comes to dining, the hotel offers a variety of
options. You can dine at the Zinfandel, which features Mediterranean and California style cuisine, or you can head
to Le Bistro, which serves
regional dishes that are sure to delight your taste buds. For drinks, Esplanade 1925 offers up a great
cocktail bar as well as snacks.
At the European Hotel Awards 2019, held in Geneva,
The Esplanade hotel received the Historic Hotel 2019 award. This is just the latest of many awards
that this hotel has received over the years.
The Sheraton Zagreb Hotel
A stay at the Sheraton Zagreb Hotel means
that you will be close to all of the city’s major attractions. The hotel has 306 rooms that provide guests with all
the modern conveniences they need, including a heated indoor pool, a fitness room, sauna, steam bath, and salon.
You can even hold a business meeting in one of the 17 meeting rooms or even the Grand Ballroom if needed – although
most vacationers are keener to head out to the city and soak up all the history and atmosphere.
Dine at the Café Imperial, which offers a variety of light fare,
and then head on over to the Piano Bar to grab a cocktail.
Regardless of where you stay in Zagreb, you are sure to have a good time. The city has a lot to offer in the
way of history and culture. Be sure to check out online booking services to get the best prices on the best hotels. It can save you time,
money, and frustration.