|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
The apartment is newly renovated and offers a luxury stay in Ljubljana.
The living area is open plan with wonderful high ceilings with large triple glazed windows. The living area has comfy sofas, Flatscreen TV and wifi.
The dining area seats 4. Air conditioned. The kitchen is fully equipped with all necessary appliances and leads to a wonderful covered balcony to sit and take in the city or have breakfast.
Two bedrooms. The main bedroom has a Queen size bed while the second bedroom has two singles.
Bathroom with shower and bath and a separate WC.
Accommodation type: Apartma***
This apartment was beautiful, spacious, clean and newly renovated. It has a big private balcony in the back of the apartment that we enjoyed every morning and evening. The location was perfect. It was right in the center of Ljubljana. There were restaurants, bakeries and cafes just steps away.
We will definitely stay here when we return to Ljubljana. We are already telling all of our friends and family about this great find.
it already with a friendly and professionell contact during the reservation process.
we found a beautiful, bright and spacious apartment. the modern setting, carefully selected furnishing and the restrained colors catched our eyes.
it was also very clean and maintained excellent.
for our late arrival, everything was prepared for the key handover.
at our departure we could leave our luggage let a few hours in the apartment, what we appreciated very much.
possibilities for shopping and sightseeing are very close. supermarket and bakery less than five minutes to walk.
we felt very comfortable and can recommend highly this place.
During a recent visit to Slovenia I found this great apartment located right in the heart of "old town" Ljubljana with easy access to the city's many shops, cafe's and restaurants. While it is centrally located the apartments off street location still ensures a peaceful, relaxing environment when you return home after a long day of sightseeing or a night out.
True to the pictures the apartment was bright with high ceilings and a stylish contemporary look and feel. It was well equipped with everything you could possibly need for a night in and given I am a keen runner I was also pleased to find a washer/dryer on hand to take care of all my laundry needs.
Justin and the team managing the property were very helpful both before and during my stay and made my arrival and departure a seamless affair.
In short I would have no hesitation recommending this property to anyone who might be thinking of visiting Ljubljana. It's a beautiful apartment in a great location and I will certainly be back!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jan 8 2017 - Dec 23 2017
2 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
2 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Set on the bank of the Ljubljanica River in the heart of the Old Town, there could not be a better location for exploring this pretty magical city....
Consider what you know of European capital cities. Crowded, expensive, dirty, full of tourists, intimidating? In comparison Ljubljana is a breath of fresh air. A capital city that is tourist friendly yet lacking hordes of tourists; a city that’s full of things to do and places to explore yet can be navigated on foot and even condensed into a long weekend; a city that’s modern and cosmopolitan yet retains its own individual charm and character. Though it’s often described as ‘Prague in miniature’ such comparisons don’t do justice to Slovenia’s capital; few stag groups come this way and those that do tend to come to enjoy a mixture of the outdoors life and the relaxed friendly atmosphere of Ljubljana’s old town rather than strip clubs and drinks promotions.
If there was an exam for a capital city Ljubljana would pass with flying colours. But then lots of capital cities have history, culture, good food and great hotels in abundance, so what makes Ljubljana so distinctive? Partly it’s the youthful vitality of the city: during term times the population of Ljubljana swells by ten per cent as thirty thousand students come to study at the city’s university. Young entrepreneurs are starting to make their mark on the city with new start ups in all sectors but especially in new media, design and hospitality.
The summer is packed with a varied calendar of events, many of them taking place in the open air; with so many handsome city squares and parks, Ljubljana is the perfect city for such events. The Ljubljana Festival is the summer’s chief event and it has been going for over 60 years. Between the end of June and the beginning of September there are theatrical performances, art exhibitions and musical concerts in venues throughout the city. If this event has a somewhat highbrow feel, then August’s Trnfest might be more appealing; this free of charge arts festival takes place on the streets of Trnovo, a bohemian district on the north bank of the Ljubljanica River and has a relaxed, alternative vibe. They might have culture by the bucketful but Ljubljana’s active population likes to play hard too and for many that means cycling, hiking or running. The city holds a traditional running marathon as well as a similar event for cyclists. To the north of the city centre Tivoli Park is the green lungs of the city, and every Sunday you’ll see plenty of walkers there tackling the twin hills of Cankar Peak and Siška Hill which together are known as Rožnik. Just forty minutes away by road, Krvavec is the closest ski resort to the capital; it’s also only quarter of an hour from Ljubljana’s Brnik International Airport which means keen skiers can be on the slopes almost as soon as they arrive. Spectator sports are popular and September 2013 saw Ljubljana’s brand new Stožice stadium play host to the final stages of the European Basketball Championships.
Ljubljana is a city of cafes and in the summer months the whole of the old town becomes one giant pavement cafe as the owners bring out the chairs, tables and sunshades. Slovenians love to stop for a coffee, a wine spritzer or even a beer and to catch up on the gossip; it’s a way of life that’s easy to get used to. On Sunday mornings in summer it feels like the whole town has come out for a walk along the Ljubljanica; after a stroll round the flea-market it’s time to stop for a coffee and an ice cream. Comparisons with other European cities are easy to make. A wealth of elegant secessionist and baroque buildings gives Ljubljana much in common with other central European cities but Ljubljana has one thing the others don’t have: Jože Plečnik. Born in Ljubljana in 1872, Plečnik studied architecture in Vienna and worked initially in Prague where, among his commissions, he re-modelled the city’s castle. It’s said that the Czechs didn’t take too kindly to this Slovene upstart who came and landed all the best jobs. On his return to Ljubljana in 1921 he was made Professor of Architecture at the university, and set about re-designing the city: as well as some completely new buildings, he oversaw the re-design and renovation of some existing ones, most notably the famous Triple Bridge. Plečnik used the elements of classical architecture such as columns and balustrades and interpreted them in a new way: after only a short time in the city, visitors can usually identify his distinctive style. Highlights of Plečnik’s body of work include the former national stadium at Bežigrad, the magnificent Žale cemetery and the Križanke Summer Theatre, the latter being a former monastery and seat of the Teutonic Knights, and today the headquarters of the Ljubljana Festival. Plečnik’s house, in the Trnovo district, has been preserved as a museum and provides a fascinating insight into the man and his work. In Ljubljana the old sits comfortably with the new.