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Built in 1921 as the Croatian branch of Austrian bank, Wiener Bank-verein, this heritage property on Zagreb’s pedestrian-only Jurišićeva Street opened as a hotel in 2018. Inside, you’ll find a wealth of original interiors, including wood panelling, decorative high ceilings, striking arched windows, and restored antique furniture. All of the 112 stylish rooms offer a mix of Art Deco and Art Nouveau design influences as well as parquet wooden flooring, chandeliers, dark walls, and wood accents. Amenities include a flat screen TVs, air conditioning, minibars, and modern bathrooms with walk-in showers.

Elsewhere, there’s an elegant restaurant in the bank’s former lobby for menus showcasing northern and central Croatian cuisine, a cafe for coffee, tea, and pastries, and a bar that has earned a city-wide reputation for its inventive cocktails and wine selection. You’ll also find a small boutique selling local clothing and other handicrafts, a well-equipped fitness room with free weights and exercise machines, and a vault and safe in the basement with the bank’s original security door still in place.

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Rooms

Available in varying categories, the 112 stylish rooms offer a mix of Art Deco and Art Nouveau design influences, parquet wooden flooring, chandeliers, dark walls, and wood accents. The Cosy rooms have interior views, while the Superior rooms overlook the atrium or park. The Heritage rooms are more classically styled and feature dark wood panelling and furniture.

The substantially larger Studio suite offers seating areas and views across Jurišičeva Street while the Corner suites have additional living areas and extra windows for preferred views. Amenities in all rooms include flat screen TVs, air conditioning, minibars, and modern bathrooms with walk-in showers.

Location

Located in the heart of Zagreb and just two minutes from the vibrant Ban Jelačić Square, you’ll be within easy walking distance from most of the city’s major attractions, museums, and restaurants. The pedestrian-only Jurišićeva Street that connects the main square with the eastern part of the city via tramway is located next to the hotel and has interesting shops selling clothing and souvenirs.

Food and Drink

Buffet style breakfasts with à la carte options are available at the on-site Restaurant & Bar Capital. This is also the setting for lunch and dinner, with menus pulling focus on northern and central Croatian cuisine. The hotel has a cafe for coffee, tea, and pastries in addition to a bar that has earned a citywide reputation for its inventive cocktails and wine selection.

Facilities and Activities

In addition to a restaurant and cafe, the hotel has a small boutique selling local clothing and other handicrafts. There’s also a well-equipped fitness room on the lower floor with free weights, exercise machines, showers, and changing rooms.

Accessibility

The hotel has an elevator, but stairs are required to enter the building.

Our opinion

For those who appreciate rich and decorative interiors and attentive service, this heritage hotel in the heart of Zagreb is a stylish choice. We especially love the original detailing, such as the basement vault turned lounge.

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