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2. HOTEL BEVANDA Opatija, Croatia /4.77 /


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1. HOTEL TOWNHOUSE 27 Belgrade, Serbia /4.81 /
A modern hotel in a picturesque historic building dating back to 1929. It is beautifully furnished and has excellent room facilities. Everything is stylish about this hotel and the support and excellent service from all the staff makes it very special.

Thrills: Urban boutique experience

2. HOTEL BEVANDA Opatija, Croatia /4.77 /
It started out as a superb restaurant, to which a hotel offer was added in the last year. The prime location and superior design overlooking the Kvarner Bay can also be a venue for very special events.
Thrills: One of the most famous Croatian oeno-gastronomic brands

3. HOTEL CUBO Ljubljana, Slovenia /4.76 /
The hotel is perfectly located and feels brand new. Everything about the room and the hotel is very modern and beautifully designed. The standard of food and service is top notch. The hotel is elegant and über-modern, almost a design hotel.
Thrills: Small but very cozy in a good location 

4. SAN ROCCO Brtonigla, Croatia /4.74/
San Rocco was created from an old, restored Istrian family business, while at the same time maintaining the atmosphere of the medieval town. For four years running (2007-2010) the hotel was acknowledged and honoured as Croatia’s best boutique hotel.
Thrills: Top quality gourmet offer of Istria.

5. SQUARE NINE HOTEL Belgrade, Serbia /4.79 /
Elegant, modern and sophisticated hotel in the heart of the Old City of Belgrade with an extremely good restaurant attached.  The swimming pool is one of the coolest designed we know of. Finest food, elegant service and special attention to every detail.
Thrills: Modern luxury with incredibly attentive staff

6. HOTEL VANDER Ljubljana, Slovenia /4.70 /
This urban oasis offers tranquility right in the heart of Ljubljana’s Old Town. The hotel is a modern reflection of the city and a completely new hotel experience unprecedented in Ljubljana. This is best confirmed by its recognition and classification on the prestigious list of the 154 best hotels in the world by the Conde Nast Traveller magazine.
Thrills: Superb cuisine of chef Benjamin in the gourmet restaurant 

7. HOTEL 9 Zagreb, Croatia /4.68/
Trendy, quiet hotel in Zagreb. Rooms are well proportioned and decorated following a colour scheme. A stylish environment, breakfast on the roof terrace and smooth service.
Thrills: Breakfast is absolutely delicious and unique

8. HOTEL PLESNIK Logarska dolina, Slovenia /4.52 /
The hotel is set in the idyllic natural surroundings in one of Slovenia’s most beautiful alpine valleys and combines nature conservation with the life of the locals in a unique way. Solčavsko received the 2009 EDEN award.
Thrills: the Logar Valley natural landscape park

9. HOTEL BOŠKINAC Pag, Croatia /4.49 /
Beautifully situated on a hill in Novalja surrounded by a dense pine forest and close to a vineyard and an olive grove, Hotel Boškinac offers carefully decorated accommodation with handmade furniture. Unwind completely far from the urban noise and enjoy the scent of pine trees, bay plants, jasmine, sage, incense, mint and fresh hay.
Thrills: Restaurant guarantees the harmony of flavour and scents in creative cuisine

10. HOTEL SAN MARTIN Goriška Brda, Slovenia /4.28 /
A modern and pretty special boutique hotel that is hard to miss.
The terrace with its amazing views grabs most of the attention and with the exceptional attitude of the staff, who excel at every turn, the hotel is very impressive overall.
Thrills: Electric bikes and scooters are a nice – and green – innovation



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Hotels are rated by the HIDDEN CONGRESS GUEST. These are professional people who have many years of experience in the meetings industry and the additional knowledge of hospitality management. The evaluation matrix contains over 450 measurable criteria, which are divided into different categories, such as the first contact with the customer, the general impression upon arrival, the behaviour of employees and a host of others. Each category is assessed by the share of conditionality and the average rating, which allows the improvement of the quality of the individual criteria.