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Arcotel Allegra

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • near train station
  • easy access to shops and restaurants
  • contemporary and artsy decor

    Cons

  • majority of guests are business travelers
  • no pool

Arcotel Allegra Review

Design is the word in this trendy boutique hotel in the same building as the Branimir Center, a bustling little shopping mall. Everything—from the bedspreads and pillowcases, which picture the faces of luminaries like Verdi, Kafka, Frida Kahlo, and Einstein, to the soft, synthetic leather armchairs and "mobile tables," to the deep-blue carpeting showing a map of the world (Zagreb highlighted by a red dot)—is intended to soothe or inspire. And it's all compliments of Austrian artist, designer, and architect Harald Schreiber. In the Executive rooms (a small supplement to the standard), you get free newspapers, slippers, bathrobes, and chocolates. The likewise stylish restaurant is probably the only place in town where you can get such fare as freshly seared Adriatic Cajun tuna with wasabi dressing and green salad.

    Hotel Details

  • 151 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 12-06-2012

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