To start with: the Nokturno is not a hotel, it is a hostel; big difference!
No matter what and how, when I am in Zagreb I'll go to Hostel Nocturno.(it is mostly written with a "C" indeed) I know I'm very very old, but I'm never the talk of the hostel,they don't chase me away, on the contrary: they respect me a lot.
The Nocturno is at an amazing location in town: it is very close to up-town, at walking distance to the main place Jelacica, at walking distance to the famous cathedral and very close to public transport.
The walk up to the rooms of the hostel is already magic! (reception has found a tric to welcome you: they ask by email your arrival time and will call your name, without seeing but only hearing you coming in) The only private room they have is worth the money you pay for.
The room is opposite the reception and next to one of the shared bathrooms. There is no noise, house rules are strictly enforced.
As I say: the private room is a meter(!) from the reception, which is part of the common room, where you can make your coffee, thea, soup, light meal; where you can watch TV and where you go go on the internet, for free!!!
Ladies at the reception speak many languages.
If ever you'd like to stay at the only private room of the hostel, book well in advance.
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