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Hotel Aristos ****

The Hotel Aristos (aristos = "the best" in Greek), the first four-star hotel in the vicinity of the Zagreb airport, is located at the southern gates of the city of Zagreb in the Buzin commercial center. Hotel Aristos is a business hotel for those of you who come to Zagreb on business or for any of the reasons that this city offers.

The contemporary, elegant and refined atmosphere radiates tranquility and hospitality. Together with a variety of offerings and excellent service, the professional and always hospitable staff will do everything to make your stay pleasant and fulfill all your wishes!

70 beautifully furnished rooms, 7 junior apartments and 3 business apartments provide comfort and warmth, combined with the practicality of modern furnishings. The carefully manufactured furniture with massive wood details, the lovely decorations in pastel tones, the works of Croatian academic painters and selected decorative objects create a harmonious whole. The bathrooms are spacious and modern, so that you will feel pleasant and relaxed.

At the Hotel Aristos, there are also rooms adapted for persons with special needs, as are the hotel entrance, elevators and other hotel facilities.


Zagreb, capital of Croatia, is the country's economic centre and gateway to Western Europe. The city is sited on the slopes of Medvednica Mountain along the banks of the Sava River, in the northern part of Croatia.

Today's Zagreb has grown out of two medieval settlements that for centuries developed on neighbouring hills. The first written mention of the city dates from 1094, when a diocese was founded on Kaptol, while in 1242, neighbouring Gradec was proclaimed a free and royal city. Both the settlements were surrounded by high walls and towers, remains of which are still preserved.

During the Turkish onslaughts on Europe, between the 14th and 18th centuries, Zagreb was an important border fortress. The Baroque reconstruction of the city in the 17th and 18th centuries changed the appearance of the city. The old wooden houses were demolished, opulent palaces, monasteries and churches were built. The many trade fairs, the revenues from landed estates and the offerings of the many craft workshops greatly contributed to the wealth of the city. Affluent aristocratic families, royal officials, church dignitaries and rich traders from the whole of Europe moved into the city. Schools and hospitals were opened, and the manners of European capitals were adopted. The city outgrew its medieval borders and spread to the lowlands. The first parks and country houses were built. Zagreb confirmed its position as the administrative, cultural and economic centre of Croatia.
Mimara museum
Marko Marulic square
Maksimir Park
Kralj Tomislav square
Ban Jelačić square
Chatedral of Zagreb
St. Marko square
Croatian National Theatre

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