Art Hotel Like, Zagreb – Travel Blogger Review

Where to stay in Zagreb? Art Hotel Like is a modern chic hotel in the center of Zagreb. You can walk to all major points of interest of Zagreb from this hotel.

Where to stay in Zagreb

Art Hotel Like is located in the heart of the city of Zagreb.  You can walk to all major points of interest of the city from this location.  Reason to choose Art Hotel Like for your stay in the Croatian capital are;

  • Location, a stones throw from Zagreb Cathedral
  • Friendly and helpful staff
  • Delicious buffet breakfast
  • Good prices for central location of a European capital
  • Chic onsite bar / cafe

You’ll find the best room rates on the Art Hotel Like website.  To view the latest events and pictures check the Facebook and Instagram feeds.


Art Hotel Like Zagreb - location

Art Hotel Like is conveniently located in the historic center of Zagreb.  You can reach all the major attractions of Zagreb on foot from this location.  If you do need to travel a little further you can take one of the city trams.  The hotel is located above a Spar supermarket.  This answers one of the most common questions at check in, ‘where is the nearest supermarket?’

Check In

Art Hotel Like Zagreb - check in

Although located in a historic building, the interior is anything but historic!  You have the experience of staying in a historic building but with modern facilities.  The check in is done at the bar area.  This tempts you to buy a coffee or a beer whilst asking reception about tips on what to do in Zagreb.  The staff are very friendly and speak perfect English.  They’ll be very happy to give you a city map and explain how to get to the points of interest.  The famous Tkalciceva Street which is lined with bars and restaurants is a short walk away.

Guest Room

Art Hotel Like Zagreb - guest room

Each room has an artsy design and as you’d imagine, art is an important part of Art Hotel Like.  There are several different types of rooms available.  If you’re traveling to Zagreb as a family you can choose a family room.  I was a solo traveler visiting Zagreb so the standard double room suited me (above).  Additionally, this room would also suit a couple visiting Zagreb.  You could also upgrade to a double room with a balcony, this would give you a real feel for the action of the city center.

Guest Bathroom

Art Hotel Like Zagreb - guest bathroom

The bathroom offers a rainfall shower.  In addition you’ll find the necessary amenities to take a shower.  After you shower you can dry off with a warm towel from the towel heater.  Importantly each bathroom is equipped with a hairdryer.

Complimentary Buffet Breakfast

Art Hotel Like Zagreb - complimentary buffet breakfast

The complimentary buffet breakfast is located adjacent to the bar.  In fact you help yourself to coffee, tea and juice from the bar.  The buffet breakfast includes fresh eggs, cold meats, hot meats, fresh fruit, fresh breads and sweet pastries.  You will certainly gain enough energy to explore Zagreb on foot.

Enjoy your stay at Hotel Art Like, Zagreb

Art Hotel Like Zagreb - location

The hotel really benefits those who want to explore Zagreb on foot.  The tallest building in Zagreb, the Zagreb Cathedral is a popular location in Zagreb.  The hotel is a stones throw from this cathedral.  In addition the central square of Zagreb, Ban Jelacic Square is nearby.  A beautiful walk you can take whilst in Zagreb is the Lenuci Horseshoe walk.  You’ll see historic buildings surrounding green areas of the city.  Enjoy the Art Hotel Like and enjoy Zagreb!

You’ll find the best room rates on the Art Hotel Like website.  To view the latest events and pictures check the Facebook and Instagram feeds.

2018-03-23T14:34:24+00:00January 31st, 2018|Croatia, Eastern Europe|2 Comments


  1. Simon February 3, 2018 at 11:08 am - Reply

    This is definitely the hotel I’d choose for Zagreb. The bar area and interior is amazing. It’s even more incredible when you consider this is a historic building! Location looks perfect!

    • James Smith February 3, 2018 at 7:14 pm - Reply

      Hi Simon, I agree, when you arrive inside it’s hard to believe you’re in a historic building!

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