About Zagreb Hotel
The Hotel Zagreb in Dubrovnik is a beautiful boutique-style hotel, one of a number of former private mansions, located along a tree-lined pedestrianised street full of cafes and restaurants. The Hotel Zagreb sits in a lush garden of palm trees, fountains and immaculate flower beds.
Accommodation: 24 tastefully furnished rooms in traditional style with air conditioning. All rooms feature satellite TV and en-suite bathroom with a shower and hair-dryer, some with balcony overlooking gardens. The Hotel restaurant and the bar are situated at the ground-floor, as well as the reception desk. Wi-fi throughout hotel.
Facilities: Restaurant and bar - offers various menus to choose from including a light à la carte menu, catering to every taste, appetite and occasion. The Restaurant looks out onto the lush, beautiful, landscaped gardens, which also provide the perfect venue for outdoor dining. Guests are spoilt at breakfast time with a scrumptious and diverse breakfast buffet. Kitchen staff are on hand to cater to guests with particular dietary requirements and preferences. The bar offers an array of local wines, beers and spirits. The bus stop to the old city is just a few paces away. Tennis courts next door. Excellent location for many shops, small restaurants and bars along the pedestrian avenue that leads to the beach.
"Our stay at the Hotel Zagreb in Dubrovnik was truly excellent. The old mansion converted to a hotel, surrounded by sweet smelling camellia trees, set back from the tourist pedestrian walkway was a quiet space in an otherwise touristy area. The old city of Dubrovnik was just one, easy bus ride away. The staff was friendly and helpful."
A James, Sept 2016
"The Zagreb was delightful and the lady on reception was really helpful and friendly. The garden was quiet and relaxing."
L Coomber, UK, Sept 2016
"Just wanted to say thank you very much for arranging a fantastic holiday for us to Croatia. We had an amazing time - everything went to plan - all transfers etc went very smoothly.We really appreciate all the hard work you put into the arrangements and have already recommended you to many of of our friends. We met some lovely people, saw some beautiful places and did some fantastic activities.We are saving up for next year now!"
M Miles, UK, August 2016
"Only issue we had was that the island ferry timetable had changed from the one provided (to Mljet). Fortunately the time was one hour later and not one hour earlier! All other arrangements were perfect. We spent our last morning at the town of Ston and would like to recommend it - an amazing place!"
M Eeuwens, UK, June 2016
"Andy really guided us into good hotels. We were very pleased. The Hotel Peristil in Split and Hotel Zagreb in Dubrovnik were tremendous. We likely would have not found equivalent accommodations without your his assistance. The rental car was a bit high mileage and well worn. Planning on future trips to Germany (fall of 2016) and Scotland (spring of 2017) would certainly considering working with you again."
J Moravec, USA, July, 2015
"Really enjoyed the trip - advice on where to go was invaluable as we visited Kotor, Mostar and several other points recommended. In a week on holiday we didn't meet a grumpy, rude or unhelpful Croatian national. They should get the contract to train French waiters. Hotel was great and the staff were really, really friendly and helpful especially late one night when a bed collapsed! They were great at providing directions and general help. Major consideration was friendly, prompt and helpful responses to e-mails and questions. Already booked Morocco via Rediscover."
A Goodwin, UK, October 2014
"Walking along Dubrovnik walls & spectacular views Enjoying Plitvice waterfalls - spent hrs walking every path. Beware Hvar town is nightclub land - seeing the town is a must but think a stay at Starigrad town would have been better. Cost of walking Dubrovnik walls high but apparently needed for conservation but would think good revenue brought in by cruise ship guests. Great mixture of inland walking & coast. Had bad experience with trip to Mostar so cannot recommend that."
S Howles, UK, September 2013
"Hotel in Zadar was outstanding for service. Had to pay 440kuna parking charge in Trogir as no one told me the parking ticket needed verification. Not good! Although wonderful location in Hvar, we had to pay 200kuna on taxis because of parking location (my wife is unable to walk far). Otherwise a good holiday thanks for organising it."
P Chesterton, UK, September 2013
"We just returned from our Croatia Fly/Drive trip yesterday, and I wanted to waste no time in letting you know what a wonderful time Dave and I had. (I will also submit feedback to Responsible Vacations so they know what a great experience we had and a great job you did.) We were so impressed by how smoothly everything went - transfers were prompt, service and friendliness exceptional, and hotel choices were perfect in location, style, and overall comfort. You were so easy to work with from the start, and very flexible and responsive in meeting our needs and answering questions. We so much appreciate everything, and look forward to working with you on additional trips in the future. Thank you!!!"
E Snow, USA, July 2013
"All arrangements and hotels were excellent. Everything ran smoothly. However, for the benefit of future clients please note that Hotel Derossi in Trogir and Hotel Tuttorosso in Rovinj do not have car parking facilities and public car parks have to be used - this cost £18 for the two nights at Derossi and £30 approx in Rovinj! Also, finding some of the hotels was something of a challenge - even though we had a sat nav in use. Perhaps some more detailed driving directions would be advantageous. Hotel Villa Nova in Hvar is in the complex of old alleyways and a car cannot get near it. We had to do a lot of asking to find it. Anyway, these are just my thoughts, the whole holiday was terrific, and thank you very much for organising it."
J Vause, UK, May 2013