x The average starting price for a place to stay in Zagreb is £22 per night.
Avenija Marina Drzica 15Outstanding 99%
2. Trnjanske ledine 18Awesome 88%
marcelo.re The staff is friendly and cooperative. The rooms are small but comfortable and clean. Nice breakfast. It's far from the city centre.
Kneza Ljudevita Posavskog 21/4Awesome 87%
aderyad The apartment offers what on ewould need if you are looking for a place to stay overnight, but not really to pass time in. This was the only apartment that had abundant of things (from coffee to toilet paper, from tootpaste to shampoo) among all we stayed in Croatia, as a matter of fact the only one. They do not offer big towels, but small ones in these 'privat'. If they have airconditioning, they do not work that well ass they are pretty old technology. If you need to take the shuttle but to and from the airport, the location of this apartment is very good since it is about 5 minutes walk to the bus station. It takes about 15-20 minutes walk to the center of the town.
ormac34 Grahor is a very great location in Zagreb. Not far from the city center, around 10 minutes by walking. The lady in charge of the room is very friendly even if she speaks limited english. The room is spacious, and there is free wi-fi Internet.
Nadinska 27Great 80%
Cebini 33Great 80%
peter.feldscher We only stayed in Zagreb for a few hours, so we chose an unexpensive hotel. The price was really fantastic and sevreice we got for this price was more than satisfying. The hotel doesn't have any charme, but the rooms are clean. The service is very friendly, breakfast is poor, but for this price, we did not mind. The hotel was difficult for us to find. The description could be better. Overall, we were quite satisfyied, especially because of the very low price.
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