There is not a wealth of hotels to choose from in Zagreb, but there are several nice hotels right in the city center. Big names include the Sheraton, the Westin, and a brand new Doubletree by Hilton in the business district. Hotel Dubrovnik is right on the main square, and the historic Regent Esplanade was built in 1925 near the main train station for weary Orient Express passengers.
Though rates can fluctuate throughout the year based on tourist traffic, hotels in the city center generally charge between 100 and 150 euro a night. Venture a little ways out of the center and you'll find rates around 70 euro or even less.
You won't find any traditional bed & breakfasts (think charming cottages with sprawling communal breakfasts for all of the guests) in Croatia. However, many hotels provide a buffet breakfast, and sometimes - if you choose wisely - your private accommodation host might provide breakfast. This is an unusual perk, however. Breakfast is simply not a significant meal in Croatia, and though there are a few exceptions, it's assumed that tourists staying in private accommodation will feed themselves.
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