Dating from 1905, this fully modernised Art Nouveau masterpiece in the centre of the city features a galaxy of good things including 194 rooms and suites with all the trimmings including desks for working on and flat screen televisions. The chosen residence of Queen Elizabeth II when she’s in town, the hotel also boasts incredible conference facilities, an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre and several good places to eat and drink. Choose carefully and you’re also guaranteed a spectacular view of one of Ljubljana’s sightseeing favourites.
Facilities for disabled
City centre location
194 rooms (singles from €90, doubles €105)
Grand Hotel Union Business
Featuring a great selection of spacious rooms and suites, the latter all coming with the added luxury of a bathtub, the Grand Hotel Union Business is an aptly named place thanks to its proximity to Ljubljana’s central business district, its free-to-us
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Perhaps only in the Union Hotel would you expect to find a setup like this in Ljubljana. A seriously good-looking place that’s a perfect reimagining of a traditional barbershop, with leather chairs and plenty of marble and mirrors, plus a hip twist to ta