HBA London breathe new life into Zagreb hotel

by Andrew Manns | 06 Dec 2018

Architecture studio HBA London (HBA) have designed the Amadria Park Capital, a boutique hotel in the centre of Zagreb, Croatia.

The newly opened establishment, which was co-developed by the Ugo Group, occupies the former site of a Roaring Twenties-era bank and features 109 rooms and 3 suites.

Each guestroom is also furnished with artwork curated by HBA and Muzeo Iconographic Design.

Other amenities at Amadria Park Capital include a restaurant fitted with an indoor garden as well as a bar and cafe retaining much of the building's original Secessionist and Viennese-style interiors.

Speaking on the hotel’s completion, Constantina Tsoutsikou, creative director at HBA London said: "This has been a very special project because the client gave us creative free rein to think afresh and design a hotel that is different for Zagreb.

"There will be something of a Croatian fairy tale to the guest experience."

The hotel, which opened to the public earlier this fall, is the 16th venue to be added to Amadria Park’s countrywide portfolio.

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Architecture studio HBA London (HBA) have designed the Amadria Park Capital, a boutique hotel in the centre of Zagreb, Croatia. The newly opened establishment, which was co-developed by the Ugo Group, occupies the former site of a Roaring Twenties-era bank and features 109 rooms and 3 suites. Each guestroom is also furnished with artwork curated by HBA and Muzeo Iconographic Design. Other amenities at Amadria Park Capital include a restaurant
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The building, a relic of the 20th-century interwar period, retains many of its Art Deco and Art Nouveau visual motifs.
/ Courtesy of Amadria Park Capital, Zagreb
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