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All reviewsold townfree welcome drinkbasement roombalcony overlooking the courtyardcharming hotelpedestrian only streetthe riverslippers providedsloping ceilingwell appointed and comfortabletraditional hotelsmall hotelno liftthe free walking tourspeak excellentplenty of storagereception area is
We have been there. This is a nightmare hotel, kind of a horror movie! They have 1 nice room, the one they put in the leaflets and this is all. Super expensive for what you get. This is a 2 star. Only good thing is...More
This hotel was very convenient to the city center. It was quiet and comfortable. The rooms were a bit quirky - which is the only near-negative. The rooms were clean and contained all necessary items. The staff was very gracious and helpful. Breakfast was fresh,...More
Allegro Hotel is located in old town Ljubljana at the foot of the hill leading to the impressive castle. It is a short walk from all of the must-see sights of beautiful Ljubljana. The small and well-kept hotel exudes charm and the staff is welcoming...More
So enjoyed this beautiful hotel in the old town. We drove in from Venice and called the hotel for parking assistance- we were told to sit tight where we were and they came to us!!!! Short walk to hotel...and wow how lovely. Welcoming drink, perfect...More
I visited the hotel during a business trip to the university for four nights. A warm welcome with a local drink. Beautiful room with even a balcony. Lots of space. Perfect WIFI. Good continental breakfast, and with eggs and all sorts of meat, cheese and...More
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Turn right out of the Allegro Hotel. Don't go into town. The restaurants on the pedestrian area towards the river are always very busy and quality suffers. There are two lovely dining restaurants one specialising in fish and... More
Turn right out of the Allegro Hotel. Don't go into town. The restaurants on the pedestrian area towards the river are always very busy and quality suffers. There are two lovely dining restaurants one specialising in fish and the other regional dishes just up right from the Allegro on either side of the road. Try these.