This 1930s fire station was converted into a small hotel in 2012, decorated throughout in minimalist white, grey, and charcoal shades. Lying a 20-minute walk east of the main square (three tram stops), it is run by a young, friendly staff. Each of the nine double rooms comes with a private bathroom with shower, A/C, flat-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi. There is no dining room, but breakfast (extra) is served in a nearby restaurant. The hotel runs a Gastro Tour for those wishing to learn more about traditional Croatian food and cooking. Parking is free.