|Kneza Borne 2|
|Tel:||+385 1 4553 535|
|Fax:||+385 1 4553 035|
|Accepted credit cards|
|Number of rooms:||278|
|Number of suites:||34|
|Sea view rooms:|
|Number of floors:||0|
|Facilities for disabled person|
|Association of familiy and small hotels of Croatia|
Rooms & Amenities
Facilities & Services
Meeting & EventThere are no meeting & event facilities.
Room Rates 2013/2014Not available..
Hotel Sheraton Zagreb is one of the best hotels in Zagreb and also in Croatia. Hotel was established in 1996 as first Starwood hotel in Zagreb. The Sheraton Zagreb is a modern hotel with an impressive glass and steel frontage situated in the city centre, 700 metres from Ban Jelacic Square and Zagreb Cathedral.
306 guestrooms are spread over six floors and have decor in muted colors and reproduction furniture including desks. All are equipped with cable television with pay movies, direct-dial phones, Internet connections (surcharge), and climate control. They also feature tea and coffee making facilities, minibars, clock radios and trouser presses. Marble bathrooms are complete with toiletries and hair dryers.
The hotel features an impressive King Tomislav Restaurant, Fontana Restaurant, Piano Bar and CafÃƒÂ© Imperial. The Fontana Restaurant serves Croatian and international dishes and features weekly themed buffets. The King Tomislav Restaurant serves local and international fare. Before or after dinner, guests can chat over drinks and enjoy live music at the Piano Bar. Room service is available round the clock.
MEETING & EVENTS
Business travelers can make use of one of 17 meeting rooms, and the hotel has a business centre. Those interested in sightseeing can use wireless Internet to plan an itinerary.
Guests can enjoy a in the indoor pool at the health club, work out in the fitness room, or unwind with a sauna. A range of pampering beauty treatments is on offer at the hair salon.
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 strong Austro-Hungarian influence. A walk through the old town, with its typical cafÃƒÂ©s 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.