Arcotel Allegra Zagreb

Address: Branimirova 29, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | 4 star hotel
 
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsArcotel Allegra Zagreb

    Reviewed by seangmandell

    Arcotel

    Reviewed Aug 21, 2012
    by (3 reviews) Oakland , United States Flag of United States

    I wasn't here very long - this was a no frills type of hotel that was otherwise perfect for my short time here.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Arcotel Allegra Zagreb

    Great pick, highly recommend

    from

    We loved this modern, sleek hotel. It's about a 10-15 minute walk through lovely parks to the main square. The rooms are nice and well appointed. The breakfast buffet is wonderful! As we had a very early flight out they packed us a large breakfast bag to go. It's close to the main train station and bus station.

    I really loved this hotel

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    Arcotel allegra was really something special. A 4* hotel which only cost just over 50 booked directly through their website. It was only a 5 min walk from the train station and bus station and 10 min walk from the city centre. The room was wonderfully spacious and modern and had a luxury quality to it. There were little touches in the room and the hotel which made it special. There was a lovely cafe bar in its lobby and internet access (although admittedly people did have to sit and wait as there was only 1 computer). I would definitely go back to this hotel if I'm ever in Zagreb again, and would try to find some more hotels in the chain.

    Loved it, hope to return

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    Clean, modern, great shower, great breakfast, friendly staff, lovely lobby area with bar and free internet, it was all we could do to tear ourselves away and see Zagreb, but we're certainly glad we did - such a lovely city. I can't wait to get back to Croatia.

    Restrained excellence

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    Despite the fact that this hotel is about a ten-minute walk down the street from the railway station (rather scruffy to say the least), it is a find! Our room was quite large and modern. Breakfast was very ample indeed! The front desk people were very helpful and kind. The location is convenient -- and the price is right: 120 euros a night for a double room. (This hotel is part of a small Austrian chain called Arcotel. If this hotel is typical of the standard of this chain, we will want to stay in more of its hotels.)

    Very modern, really great

    from

    This hotel was not only lovely, but extremely chic and high tech by Croatian standards. The rooms were awesome and decorated very whimsically. The staff was keen to do anything they could to help as well as to chat and share their experience of living in that part of the word and seemed very interested in talking with and getting to know their customers a bit as well. Completely charming. The free internet was as unusual as it was welcomed. The Allegra offered an modern oasis to the old world style of the rest of Zagreb and provided a very pleasurable balance, espeically for a Westerner. Recommend it highly.

    Fantastic

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    We stayed at Arcotel Allegra in April and it was fantastic. We arrived late after a booking elsewhere fell through, and the staff were extremely welcoming and accommodating. They sympathised with our last minute search for a room, and as they could see we were weary, they upgraded us to one of their larger rooms for no extra cost. The room was enormous and comfortable, and the hotel was a short walk from the train station and beautiful parks of Zagrab. The old town and shopping sector are both a short tram ride away. I had a wonderful stay at the hotel and would recommend it without hesitation.

    Fantastic Hotel

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    This Hotel is great, a short walk from the train station and the centre, we arrived early 10.30am and the delightful girl on reception had no issue with letting us check in, the hotel is new, clean modern and a great design, rooms are a good size, the €99 weekend special is fantastic for a 4* hotel in Zagreb, loved the little design touches like the lights in the elevator the apple holders in the rooms.. A great place to stay.

    Upscale Modern

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    New upscale modern hotel in a historic city. The contrast is wonderful as is the hotel. Spacious rooms with all the conveniences of a 5* hotel. The staff is gracious and willing to assist in any way possible. The buffet breakfast is beautifully presented and excellent quality. The free internet access is a bonus. The location near the train station and a short walk to the old town is perfect. It is attached to a small shopping center with a multi-plex theatre,

    Fantasic Hotel

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    Arcotel (Zagreb) is a fantastic contemporary designed hotel with quality staff available 24hrs a day (And I mean 24hrs a day).

    The hotel room which we stayed (Junior suit) was extremely spacious with a bathroom to die for! Fantastic bar, restaurant with free internet access (very handy) and everything you expect from a great hotel.

    Reminds me of the Mal Maison (Edinburgh)

    Ill be back!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Arcotel Allegra Zagreb

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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