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If you are looking for a fine accommodation for your next vacation in Zagreb, we are pleased to offer you amazing Zagreb hotel deals. Booked.net enables you to filter your search in Continental Croatia by star and guests’ rating, accommodation type, price, services and hotel brands. We’ve got modern and historical hotels with a rich list of services and facilities as well as other excellent accommodation options that give you a perfect base for exploring.
Budget hotels in Zagreb
Hostel Temza is a simple lodging for budget-conscious visitors with rooms at 39US$ per one-night stay. Villa Mali Raj, which is adjacent to Jarun Lake, is an affordable choice with rates from only 67US$. Studio Ravlic and Apartment Check In offer affordable rates in the heart of Donji Grad district.
Proximity to public transport
Guesthouse Ikar Zagreb Airport is an upscale accommodation for those who prefer to stay near Pleso airport. If you would like to stay near Zagreb Central train station, check out the latest deals at My Way Hostel or Cosy Studio Tomislav.
Convenience of staying in the city center
Art Hotel Like will put you within a 5-minute walk of the city center and is located in Donji Grad district. Hostel like Hostel Bureau offers accommodation in the city center under 36US$ per night. If you are interested in staying in Donji Grad district, Hotel Central is around 15 minutes away on foot from Statue of Tin Ujevic.
Choose a hotel next to St. Mark's Church, such as Taban Hostel Zagreb Center, which is located 5 minutes' walk away. If you would like to see some of the city's tourist attractions, pick a hotel near King Tomislav Square, such as Hotel Fala located less than a 15-minute walk away.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
For a 5-star experience book a stay at The Westin Zagreb, where a casino, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi and luxuriously outfitted rooms create an unforgettable atmosphere. An upscale accommodation option is Hotel Holiday, located near Jarun Lake, which offers a classy atmosphere of a boutique hotel. The 4-star Panorama Zagreb Hotel is an excellent chain hotel featuring a tennis court, a casino and a golf course.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Apartments Lina - Center is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 250 meters from Elixir - Raw Food Club. Apartments Simple Teslina is a B&B located a 15-minute walk from Croatian Railway Museum. If you are here on business, Hotel I with rates from 59US$ and Hotel Tomislavov Dom where prices start at 78US$ are great options. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Galerija T, such as Sheraton Zagreb or Palace Hotel.
One of the most polite destinations in the world, Zagreb is not afraid of putting its good manners to the test.
Actually, it has already participated in the world's largest real-life test of common courtesy in 2006 in an international survey conducted by popular Canadian publication - Rider’s Digest.
Zagreb was named the 6th most polite destination in the world after New York, Zurich, Toronto, Berlin and Sao Paulo. Thus, Zagreb is a city where passer-bys will hold the door open for you and sales assistants will thank you for a good buy.
It will take you just a short time in Zagreb to notice this politeness. With Booked.net, in a click you can book any hotel in Zagreb from luxury accommodation to cheap offers. Booked.net is the best bet to find hotels in Zagreb due to our lowest price guarantee.
Zagreb residents are proud of their traditional good manners, despite living in the largest and most culturally diverse city in Croatia. The slopes of Medvednica Mountain that Zagreb clings to stretches down right to the Alpine, Dinaric, Adriatic and
Pannonic regions and have become home to a growing number of people – about 804,200 inhabitants by 2008.
While the majority Croats make up 92 percent of the general population, they are joined by ethnic minorities like 18,811 Serbs (2.41 percent), 6,204 Bosnians (0.8 percent), 8,030 Muslims (1.02 percent) and others who have taken Zagreb to their hearts.
Their numbers are added to by the 500,000 tourists per year who come to go clubbing, to party hard on the beaches after sunset and soak up the sun’s rays along the Sava River. Consequently, the most important sites of Zagreb are often skipped by tourists looking for a good time.
The best sights are housed in the center lined with its tree-lined boulevards, 19th century Hapsburgian buildings and red-tiled rooftops - reminiscent of old Prague. Attractions include;
- Kamenita vrata, a town gate to a shrine of the virgin Mary; it is believed wishes will come true if you light a candle there and tell Mary your desires
- Maksimir, the biggest and the most popular park in the city; it is covered with cafes and small restaurants to dine out or just drink a cup of coffee
- Mirogoj is the most impressive cemetery in the world with tombs of famous personalities, for example basketball hero Drazen Petrovic
All these landmarks, scattered throughout the tiny streets of the city, reflect a sophisticated history of Zagreb. It was established in 1094 as small settlement, but grew rapidly into the seat of Croatian viceroys by 1621. Despite it was badly devastated by fire in the 18th century, the city became an economic hub of Croatia by the first half of the 20th century. Today it serves as the seat of Croatian government, all administrative bodies and ministries.
A second-to-none destination in Croatia, whether you are about history or economical achievements, Zagreb can be like home away from home with Booked.net – personal approach to every client.