YOUR GUIDE TO LJUBLJANA HOTELS, HOSTELS, YOUTH HOSTELS, BED AND BREAKFASTS AND MORE
Where to stay in Ljubljana? Ljubljana accommodation options come in many varieties. From budget possibilities, cozy hotels and youth hostels to family run bed and breakfasts and guest houses with the personal touch of the owner, like fresh breakfast with ingredients coming right from the city market.
Find the best place to stay in Ljubljana with our useful traveller information.
There is a number of different hotels in Ljubljana city, from budget hotels to luxury ones, offering a good overall standard at affordable prices. Most of the hotels are conveniently located downtown, where all the culture and nightlife also happens to be.
For those who prefer to stay in a more natural setting, there are hotels conveniently connected with the city by public bus.
In the old town of Ljubljana there are very few unoccupied properties. Therefore, the number of apartments available to rent is a bit limited. It is advised to rent your Ljubljana apartment in advance.
In recent years there have been a number of private owners offering their lodgings to rent. Here we discuss some of them that offer short-term apartment rentals in Ljubljana. There are, however, some real estate agencies helping to find flats in Ljubljana for long term rent.
If you are in search of cheap accommodation in Ljubljana, then search among hostels. As they do provide budget accommodation options. There are usually common areas in hostels and opportunities to socialize and meet fellow travellers. However, the dormitory aspect of hostels increases the social, snoring and noise factor ;).
In addition, many hostels provide additional services like guided tours etc. Welcome to check availability and prices of hostels in Ljubljana.
As Bed and Breakfast accommodation options have gained on popularity in recent years, in Ljubljana number of family homes that offer overnight accommodation and breakfast has increased. You can find them in the very centre of the city as well as around it. As a number of them are limited and usually offer a smaller number of rooms, make sure you book your B&B in advance.
In this chapter, we also list guest houses and pensions. Their main concept is a restaurant on the ground floor and rooms above it. Most are family run and offer half or full boards.