Photo credit: Amadria Park

The Amadria Park group, owned by Ugo grupa, which manages hotels in Opatija and in Šibenik, has recently opened Amadria Park Hotel Capital. The investment into its first city hotel was 14.5 million euros worth. The hotel with 112 rooms is located in a prestigious location in the strict Zagreb’s city centre.

As the Poslovni turizam notes, the renovation of the hotel was guided by the idea to successfully combine the tradition and luxurious hotel management. All of the details dating back to 1923 were preserved and restored: from fireplaces, chandeliers, and other beautiful details. The rooms offer views of the city, roofs, and trees.

»Featuring the splendour of Art Deco and Art Nouveau influences, the hotel offers an exquisite ambience imbued with classic Zagreb character and flair,« notes the hotel on its website.

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Gotthilf & Neumann

The hotel is housed in the former Croatian branch of Austrian bank Wiener Bank-verein, which was designed by famous Viennese architects Ernst Gotthilf and Alexander Neumann.


Built between 1921 and 1923, the building’s art-deco exterior and its rich, decorative interior are almost perfectly preserved.

Original Vault

A vault and safe are still located in the central part of the basement with the original security door of Vienna’s F. Wertheim & Co., A.G. Wien still in place.