Lubiana Galeria Rooms
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GALERIA ROOMS are brand new, centrally located and modern accommodation at affordable prices. We provide clean, distinguished, spacious and comfortable suites.
In the center of Ljubljana, GALERIA ROOMS are situated on a prestigious location, just a few meters away from Ljubljana's main museums, Opera House and beautiful Tivoli park. For those traveling with public transport, we are only 800m from the Central Bus and Train Station and just a few steps away from all the city's main attractions. Our house is only 700m from Ljubljana's main square Preernov Trg with its triple bridge.
We offer large double rooms (with possibility of extra bed) from 18 to 26m2 all with private bathroom, large bed, fridge, 50inch plasma digital TV and free access to the wi-fi internet. Rooms are exclusively decorated with thematic images of Brazilian photographer Ana Če.
Private parking is available and has to be booked in advance (15 per day). Public parking is also available in front of the house.
Moreover, we offer transfer services and tours throughout Slovenia as well. With our experienced personnel you will surely get all those precious insiders' tips to make the best out of your stay.
We assure calm and peace at all times, allowing you to rest and get ready to explore our enchanting city.
The charm, top location and friendly staff of GALERIA ROOMS grant every traveler a lovely and unforgettable stay in Ljubljana.
Payment accepted upon arrival: Cash only
Check in time: 14:00-22:00
Check out time: until 11:00
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