Staying near Zagreb's bus station (autobusni kolodvor) is ideal for making day trips such as to Plitvice Lakes National Park. Plus, the bus station is a major stop for tramways to whisk you to the train station and then on to central Zagreb. Heading out to the airport? The airport bus leaves from the bus station. The neighbourhood is primarily residential and commercial with no major sights or restaurants but you'll find prices are slightly lower than in central Zagreb. There are several excellent hotels but private accommodation is scarce.
This boutique hotel offers extraordinary style and panache right across from the bus station. From the state-of-the-art TVs to the luxurious bathrooms, everything is new and gleaming. Breakfast is copious and the young, attentive staff is ready to cater to your every need. BOOK NOW
Doubletree by Hilton
Located roughly between the train and bus stations, this modern, glass-fronted building offers the latest in comfort and design. The stylish rooms make a romantic retreat from Zagreb's bustle and there are conference facilities for business travellers. The fitness and spa facilities are top-notch and the hotel restaurant, OXBO, offers satisfying local and international dishes. Nearby is the massive shopping and business complex, Green Gold. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the bus station and nearest tram stop. BOOK NOW
Only a 15-minute walk south of the bus station, the Hotel Livris is a sleekly designed small boutique hotel. There's free parking, a lounge bar with snacks and some rooms even have terraces. BOOK NOW
Only a 15-minute walk south of the bus station, the new Hotel Loop soothes the eye with a sleek industrial design of exposed brick and muted colours. Parking is a breeze and the hotel bar is a relaxing hangout at the end of the day. BOOK NOW