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This grand and recently renovated Secessionist mansion, the Schlessinger Palace, houses Zagreb‘s first professional hotel, opened in 1907. More than a century later, it’s still one of the city’s most elegant properties, located right in the heart of the city centre and overlooking Zagreb's most beautiful grand square and parks. More than 120 rooms –including three exclusive, high-end suites – are a mix of Art-Nouveau decor and contemporary amenities: sturdy dark-wood furniture, huge windows, original paintings and spacious, modern bathrooms with tubs and showers. For minimum noise and the best views of Sljeme, book a courtyard-facing room. The ground-floor café, bar and bistro is one of the most lavish places in the city to sit and drink coffee or cocktails and gaze outside the window. Decorated with fantastic Habsburg-era frescoes and chandeliers, it serves up excellent drinks and food, including a heritage menu containing one of the city's best cheese štruklis. Guests come from every possible demographic; young couples on a weekend city break to businessmen and regulars who return year after year, all in search of a lavish and authentic Zagreb experience.
Trg J.J. Strossmayera 10
|Price:||From €90-105 single; from €105-120 double|