The Best Western Hotel Stella is located near Zagreb Airport Pleso and the exhibition site, at the main road on the route from Zagreb Airport to the city center.
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Because of its remarkably good location, the hotel is ideal for business travelers, tourists and passengers in transit. This privately owned hotel has been opened since 2008. It provides 43 fashionably equipped rooms and a conference room for 100 people equipped with the latest audio-visual technology. The hotel offers enough outside parking spaces for cars and buses.
Your pleasant stay is ensured by modern rooms and family atmosphere which we cherish a lot.
In the spacious breakfast room you can expect a variety of fresh delicacies at the breakfast buffet. We suggest you to finish your evening by relaxing with a delicious drink in our aperitif bar.
Our friendly, trained and experienced staff is at your service and endeavors to fulfill your wishes.
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No pets allowed
The hotel is nothing too fancy. However it is clean with comfy bed and quite room. The breakfast in the morning was also good. It is close to the highway which is why I chose it. The young gent at...
Sofia, Bulgaria on 09-Sep-2018
Near to the ZAGREB airport, it is clean and the breakfast was good too.
The reception guy (at the night shift) and the girl (in the next morning shift) helped us with informations about buses to...
By Eduardo T
We chose this hotel because of its proximity to the airport and weren't disappointed. Nothing fancy, but clean comfortable beds. Dinner in the hotel restaurant was limited -- several kinds of pizza...
By Ann W
Topsham, Maine on 28-Aug-2018
We only stayed one night but the staff was helpful contacting a cab for us to go into the center of town and answering questions about the area. The room was clean and comfortable, and we especially...
By Liz A
We stayed at the hotel for one night. We arrived by plane at night and instead of a 4-hour drive to our destination we decided to stay near the airport.
The rooms we received, we were two families...