Checking Out Hotels In Ljubljana, Slovenia

Slovenia is an emerging spot on tourist maps, with its history and opportunities for outdoor activity. Hotels in Ljubljana include modern examples as well as historic buildings with charm. For instance, one hotel is part of a terrace in the historic city center. There are just a few small rooms, providing an intimate atmosphere. A much older building is the Antiq Palace Hotel and Spa. This is a notable example because it dates to the 16th century and was once a house of nobility.


Today, it is decorated with artwork and antique furnishings, while their website indicates that some ancient art remains in certain places within the building. In spite of their old facades, these hotels are fitted with modern amenities. There are TVs and air conditioning, mini bars and Jacuzzis. Convention facilities, new or newly renovated, are ready for business guests. They have space to host corporate meeting and conferences. At the more leisurely end of things, there are hotels offering bicycle rentals and rooms where pets can come to stay with their owners. Certain accommodation chains have set up branches around the capital.

Alongside these chains there are many independently owned hotels as well. Because Ljubljana is such a historic city, guests might wish to arrange for a package which includes a guided tour and breakfast or a romantic visit set against ancient