Hotel Name: Art Like Rooms.
Address: Vlaška ulica 69, Lower Town, Zagreb, Croatia.
I stayed at Art Like Rooms in Zagreb, Croatia. I booked online at the rate of €38.50 per night, and I booked it for its price and location in Zagreb. I had been in Zagreb before, but I didn’t remember any area as being particularly advantageous to stay in. Zagreb has a compact city centre, so it is easy enough to walk around.
The main reception is above a Spar supermarket. I checked in and was informed that my room was a few minutes walk down the road.
My room was in a residential apartment building that didn’t advertise any apartment rental on the outside. Apartment accommodation is common in Croatia, and you will find that most of the cheap private rooms on hotel booking sites list this type of accommodation.
This particular accommodation rental appeared to be a larger apartment that has been subdivided into smaller units. Upon entering the apartment there was a common hallway with numbered doors for each subdivision.
I got a double room with a private bathroom. The bed was comfortable, and my room was facing the street so there was plenty of natural light.
The room had a little desk and chair that was suitable for a workspace should you need it. There was also a kettle with tea and coffee facilities. There is free wifi here, and I got a good reception in my room.
The bathroom was compact and everything was clean and in good order. The shower had a good hot water system as well.
As a Melburnian, I enjoyed the sound of trams outside my window. The windows have blinds that could be drawn down for darkness.
The is also a bigger Spar supermarket opposite this block of flats, and there are lots of bakeries nearby for breakfast. The apartment is in an area known as the Design District. I didn’t know this when I booked the room, so the area turned out to be a good choice to stay in. There are some good cafes and restaurants in the area, and it is close enough to walk to the main city square. The apartment is about 17 minutes walk to the main train station (according to my Google Msps).
To check out I just left the keys in the room, so there was no need to go back to the main reception building.