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Zagreb – The Regent Esplanade, “old lady” recently celebrated 85th birthday
One of the most famous and most extravagant buildings in Zagreb, the hotel Regent Esplanade, has recently celebrated eighty and fifth birthday.

The hotel was built in 1925 in order to provide luxury accommodation to passengers of the by now most famous train, the legendary Orient Express which travelled from Paris to Istanbul. The hotel is renown by the impeccable quality of service and top hotel standards, and hosted many stars who were guests of Zagreb and Croatia.

A long list of celebrities who have visited the hotel Esplanade includes many persons who have greatly marked the 20th century. Josephine Baker, Charles Lindbergh, Orson Wells, Liv Ullman, Louis Armstrong, Woody Allen, Richard Burton, Elisabeth Taylor, Sofia Loren, Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, and only some of the numerous guests who have entered their name to the hotel book of impressions, and many of them have taken with them a recipe for cooking of the famous Esplanade dish - štrukli.

As a part of the luxury hotel chain, the Regent Esplanade has achieved the today’s glamour in the year 2004 after a total reconstruction which lasted for over a year.  The hotel Esplanade has always been the central point of the Zagreb social life. Local businessmen, politicians, journalists and famous writers have always been meeting in this hotel in order to discuss contemporary political themes, up to date events and have fun.

The Regent Esplanade Zagreb offers accommodation in two hundred and nine spacious and luxuriously arranged rooms and suites. Tradition and luxury of rooms and luxurious marble bathrooms have been completed with the state of the art technology like wireless High-Speed Internet.

One of the prominent points of Esplanade is by all means the Oleandar terrace which has for decades already been one of the iconic and key places of public life of Zagreb. This magnificent garden, isolating you from the centre of the city, although you are sitting only few meters away from the main railways station is one of the most attractive and most lush out door restaurant spaces in Zagreb.

Tourist Association of the City of Zagreb
www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr

The Regent Esplanade Zagreb
www.theregentzagreb.com
 
 

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