The Westin Zagreb
|Tel:||+385 1 4892 000|
|Fax:||+385 1 4892 001|
|Accepted credit cards|
|Number of rooms:||364|
|Number of suites:||45|
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|Number of floors:||0|
|Facilities for disabled person|
|Association of familiy and small hotels of Croatia|
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The Westin Zagreb is a 5-star landmark hotel centrally located in the heart of Zagreb. The hotel is within walking distance to the central square, trendy outdoor cafes, rich cultural attractions and business destinations. With the best view in the city and with first-class services The Westin Zagreb is excellent choice for both business and leisure travelers. Guests can enjoy the fitness center, indoor pool, shops, solarium, and beauty salon. The hotel also offers express checkout, 24-hour front desk service, 24-hour room service, and a concierge.
The Westin Zagreb is located in the heart of the city overlooking major cultural and historical attractions. It is only 10 minutes walk from main Ban Jelacic square.
The recently refurbished bedrooms are light and contemporary, featuring the WestinÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s seriously enticing Heavenly BedÃ‚Â®, all decked out in white linen. Soothe away the stress with a HeavenlyÃ‚Â® massage shower. The hotel will even supply Fido with a Heavenly Dog BedÃ‚Â®. All rooms have satellite TV, pay TV, national and international radio stations, direct-dial telephones, bathroom telephones, dual voltage power points, bathrobes, and minibars.
Hotel offers Kapitol Restaurant, CafÃƒÂ© Rendez-Vous, Allegro Restaurant and Diana Bar.
For dining, Kaptol is an informal restaurant with international cuisine, Allegro is an informal Italian restaurant, and Rendez-Vous Lounge and Diana Bar serve drinks and light snacks.
Kapitol Restaurant with international cuisine is open Monday - Friday 6:30 AM - 12:00 AM; Saturday - Sunday 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM.
Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and can call on over 900 years of fascinating history. Full of wonderful architecture, museums and local culture, the city is renowned for its strongAustro-Hungarian influence. A walk through the old town, with its typical cafes and restaurants, is a must for any visitor, while the nearby Adriatic Coast and an evening at the National Opera are just some of the other experiences that await you in this beautiful capital of rare, unexpected delights.