Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb

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Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
Amadria Park Hotel Capital Zagreb - Croatia
10 September 2021

Our heritage hotel, Amadria Park Capital, is located in a well-appointed spot in the heart of Zagreb, and offers the grandeur of early 20th century architecture combined with the upmarket elegance of a modern hotel.

Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, you’ll enjoy complete luxury here. Featuring the splendour of Art Deco and Art Nouveau influences, the hotel offers an exquisite ambience imbued with classic Zagreb character and flair.

Guests are treated to impeccable quality and first-class service, from valet parking in the hotel garage right through to our in-room pillow menu – provided with every attention to detail.

After a restful sleep in one of our beautiful rooms and suites, you’ll wake up to an exceptional breakfast in the hotel’s restaurant before soaking up the sumptuous surroundings in the heart of Croatia’s colourful and vibrant capital city.

Heritage Room
This grand, spacious room with king size bed, separate bathroom and generous shower provides city views overlooking Jurišićićeva Street. It features heritage, deco fittings with modern decor, lending an elegant, sophisticated feel.

Corner Large Studio Suite
This grand, spacious studio suite with king size bed, two sitting areas, separate bathroom and generous shower provides city views overlooking Jurišićeva and Palmotićeva Streets. It features heritage, deco fittings with modern decor, lending an elegant, sophisticated feel.

Dining at Restaurant & Bar Capital
The elegant Restaurant Capital is all about the sophistication of fine dining, in a lush setting accented with greenery. Your day begins with one of Zagreb’s most exceptional and imaginative breakfasts, a highlight of any stay.

A la carte lunches are accompanied by the Coravin wine system for enjoyment of wine according to mood. Or, unwind in the sophisticated and lux furnishings of the adjoining Bar Capital and be sure to try the Capital Cocktail – hand crafted by our bar staff in tribute to the decadence of the Art Deco era.

Caffe Capital
Caffe Capital will delight those who enjoy the plush, Zagreb city cafe experience in the mornings and the return of the urban-style, habitual lounging in style during the afternoon and evening hours. Our famous house-made cakes, including chocolate and Sacher torte, feature on the cafe menu.

Capital Private Club
The exclusive Capital Private Club is available for intimate meetings, business events – it suits 25 people theatre style – private parties and celebrations; for any gathering without interruption.

The original vault door that once concealed money bags and gold bars, kept by the original Zagreb branch of the Austrian Bank (Wiener Bankverein), remains preserved in its original condition, however it now houses a collection of premium whiskeys, gin, sparkling wines, selected fine wines.

Available for hire with waiter service, or with an ‘honesty bar’ arrangement where guests may consume without being disturbed

Capital Business Salon
If you’re looking for that special, out-of-office meeting space, you’ll find it at our Capital Business Salon. In a break from your daily work surrounds, find inspiration in your own private, luxuriously detailed executive boardroom, perfectly suited for intimate and VIP gatherings.

The Salon can hold 40 people in a theatre-style format, with a coffee service area in the pre-entry foyer. Valet parking is available for our guests in the hotel garage.

Capital Exclusive Store
A concept for extra special gifts: browse the range of curated luxury goods, including handmade mens’ hats, ties, scarves, a specially-created ‘Zagreb’ room fragrance, and handmade items by local craftsmen in a long line of family tradition.

Life Fitness
Keep up your fitness regime during your stay at hotel Capital. Our fitness precinct on the lower level features the latest Life Fitness compatible equipment, allowing you access from the downloadable LFconnect™app on your mobile device, to access workouts and monitor your progress.

In our fitness precinct you’ll find weights and cardio equipment, with the convenience of its own reception lobby and change rooms.

The tradition of coffee and coffee consumption in downtown Zagreb
Just like all Croatians, the people of Zagreb are great lovers of coffee and faithfully adhere to a culture of enjoying coffee with friends and family.

If you go through Zagreb’s centre, not just on a Saturday but on any day, you will see crowded terraces of smiling and cheerful people sharing their stories over their favourite hot beverage. You’ll witness Croatia’s popular social pastime of “Špica” (pronounced “Shpee-tza“) on Cvjetni Square and Tkalčićeva Street.

Zagreb – a City of Museums
And galleries. And exhibitions… Zagreb has no less than 30 museums, 45 galleries and a dozen or so art exhibitions at any given time, many housed in buildings themselves historic and architectural treasures.

Aside from the usual classical and cultural museums, Zagreb offers some of the intriguing and innovative kind, including the Museum of Broken Relationships and Museum of Illusions, both world firsts. The modern Lauba gallery, dubbed House for Art and People, operates with creative, interactive programs.

Zagreb – for Year Round Concerts
All types of music and cultural genres are represented, with purpose-built venues dedicated to particular performance styles.

As the home of Zagreb Philharmonic and Croatian Radio & Television Symphony Orchestras, Lisinski Concert Hall is not just reserved for musical performances, it also includes children’s programs, musicals, dance, exhibitions and film.

Croatian Composers’ Society, the Croatian Society of Musical Arts and the Music Academy of Zagreb are regular contributor, resulting in a rich and varied entertainment program.

Meanwhile, at Tvornica Kulture (Culture Factory), concert-goers can enjoy rock, jazz, blues and alternative music styles. Arena Zagreb is a modern cultural, entertainment and sporting precinct reserved for larger-scale concerts, touring shows, theatre, exhibitions and tradeshows.

Plitvice Lakes National Park – World Heritage Site
A journey to the Plitvice Lakes National Park offers rich rewards. Set in central Croatia, the forest reserve features a chain of 16 terraced lakes joined by waterfalls that extend into a limestone canyon.

Walkers will delight at the hiking trails that wind around and across the waterways. Meanwhile the less energetic can take in the 12 upper and four lower lakes by boat and visit the Veliki Slap waterfall, towering nearly 80 metres high.

Ban Jelačić Square – Central Zagreb
Set in the pulsing heart of the city centre, Ban Jelačić Square is the largest square and most famous landmark in Zagreb.

The time-tested people’s meeting place; cafes and restaurants fill the well-preserved 19th-century buildings lining the square, and the area is well-suited to the favourite Croatian pastime of ‘špica’ (people-watching and being seen). It is also a venue for cultural events, concerts and large social gatherings.

Established in the 17th century as the main marketplace and centre of commerce, it was first known as Harmica. It was renamed as Ban Jelačić Square in 1848, after Croatian military strategist and politician Ban Josip Jelačić (‘ban’ means viceroy), 11 years before his death.

Shortly afterwards, the renowned statue of him mounted on his horse in full military gear was installed in his honour. Located at the bottom of the two Upper Town hilltop settlements of Kaptol and Gradec – united under Jelačić’s leadership – Ban Jelačić Square borders with the Lower Town.

Zagreb’s Upper Town – Gradec
This historic, hilltop district of central Zagreb hosts one of the highest concentrations of historic and cultural treasures, beginning with Gradec (Gornji Grad – Upper Town), the medieval town nucleus where the Sabor (Croatian Parliament), Croatian Government Office, St Mark’s Church and St Mark’s Square are located.

Here, each weekend from April to October (weather permitting), Zagreb’s Cravat Regiment Guard perform a changing of the guard ceremony.

On the south side, the square connects to the Lower Town boundary of Strossmayer promenade – a venue for art installations and festivals – also the site of Lotrščak Tower, with the Grič cannon firing each day at noon (since 1877).

Running beneath Strossmayer is the Grič tunnel – a former WWII tunnel turned pedestrian walkway, used for interactive pop-up exhibitions on occasion. The 13th century Kamenita Vrata (stone gate) – the only one surviving of four – connects Kaptol to the east of St Mark’s Square.

Lenuci’s Horseshoe (Lower Town Zagreb )
Zagreb has hundreds of parks, gardens and green spaces. The Lower Town has its own horseshoe-shaped green space (Lenuci’s Horseshoe), a series of seven parks and gardens providing walking paths dotted with historic squares and monuments, and many grand buildings in the Neo-Baroque, Neo-Classical and Seccessionist styles. It was developed from 1826 to 1889.

Zagreb’s Upper Town – Kaptol
The centuries-old, cafe-lined Tkalčićeva Street and open-air, farmers’ market Dolac, separate Gradec from Kaptol. Kaptol is famous for the Zagreb Cathedral (Croatia’s tallest building) and the 25 Kaptol manors with build periods from the Middle Ages, through to Baroque and the 19th century.

Maksimir Park Zagreb
The myriad of walking trails from Zagreb’s leafy suburbs are well-connected to Mount Medvednica, including the surrounding urban areas of the 1,005-acre Maksimir Park – opened in the 18th century as a promenade and Baroque-styled gardens for the people of Zagreb.

Over time, various sculptors, landscape architects and master gardeners contributed to its appearance. Zagreb Zoo, established in the early 1900s also belongs to Zagreb’s first and largest park, Maksimir.

Medvednica Nature Park & Sljeme – Northern Zagreb
Zagreb is blessed with a mountain on its doorstep. The heavily forested Mount Medvednica is a favourite with locals for a weekend hike to the summit, Sljeme, followed by a traditional homestyle meal at a mountain cabin.

It’s also popular for a spot of skiing or sledding in the winter, and offers incredible views over the whole of Zagreb. In addition, Zagreb’s leafy suburbs are well-connected to Mount Medvednica by various walking trails, and Medvednica Nature Park is home to an 800-year-old medieval castle, Medvedgrad.

Zagreb Funicular (Lower Town)
Even though it’s the Lower Town (Donji Grad), locals refer to this as the Zagreb centre. The district is somewhat newer than Upper Town, with development really taking off in the 18th century.

This district is also a shopping and social hub, with a high density of restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. The iconic Zagreb funicular connects the Lower Town to the Upper Town, right near the famous Ilica Street.

Zagreb Cathedral – Croatia’s Tallest Building
Located in Kaptol district just above Ban Jelačić Square, the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is Zagreb‘s most defining landmark and Croatia’s tallest building thanks to its 108-metre spires.

Featured on the back of the Croatian 1,000 kuna note, the Cathedral’s ornate, mid-13th century Gothic and late-19th century Neo-Gothic reconstructive architecture is the most important example of sacral architecture in south-east Europe.

An old clock out front keeps the time at exactly 7.03 – the very time that the 1880 earthquake struck Zagreb, damaging part of the Cathedral and responsible for the partial reconstruction. Its 6,000-pipe organ is classified as one of the top 10 finest in the world.

The heaviest carved gargoyle weighs around 1,500 kg while the largest of the eight church bells weighs a huge almost 6,500 kg. Currently undergoing a renovation, it is planned that the 40-metre viewing deck, last open in the 1950s, will reopen together with access to the 85 metre viewpoints in the two towers.

Pope John Paul II conducted the Holy Mass at the Zagreb Cathedral in celebration of the 900th anniversary of the Archdiocese of Zagreb.

Advent in Zagreb
Voted Europe’s best Christmas markets three years’ running, Zagreb celebrates the festive season with a pulsing, feel-good vibe in various locations around town — day and night.

As Zagreb transforms itself into a backdrop for a magical winter fairytale, visitors young and old can enjoy music, activites, entertainment, local hearty winter gastronomy, and much more! And Advent is never complete without plenty of warming, mulled wine.

Some of the hotspots around town include the skating rink and Ice Park in King Tomislav Square, the glittering Zrinjevac Park with concerts and wooden Christmas huts, and an event known as Fuliranje (Fooling around the Funicular) on Strossmeyer Square with street food, views, photo points, entertainment and fun.

Other locations include Christmas Tale at Ban Josip Jelačić Square, Caffe de Matoš on Strossmeyer Promenade, Advent in European Square, Tkalčićeva Street, Tunnel Grič, Marić Passage, Maksimir Park and more. The best part is, they are all walkable or you can catch the famous blue Zagreb tram

Rooms: 112
Price: from 142 EUR per night


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