Ibis Styles Ljubljana City Center will welcome its first guests by the end of 2022. The project includes 90 bedrooms in the traditional hotel building and 92 hostel-style bedrooms that comprise the unique hotel-hostel concept.
“Due to the combination of spacious hotel rooms located on the first five floors, creatively designed hostel rooms, and a unique glamping concept on the first two floors and on the roof, the new ibis Styles Ljubljana City Center is perfect for Accor’s chosen brand of budget hotels. The hotel boasts an excellent location, just a three-minute walk from the city centre, with one of the best views of the castle in the capital, offered by the exceptional rooftop bar on the seventh floor,” the two hotel groups stated.
Hospitality, superb location and style in a budget hotel
Guests can also choose between innovative capsule rooms with up to ten capsule pods, cabin-style rooms or rooftop tents. The hotel will feature a large restaurant adjoining the breakfast room, relaxation and fitness area, and a work area.
As the founder of the Mogotel Hotel Group, Vadims Muhins emphasised that they want to facilitate the further tourism growth of Slovenia and ensure excellent hospitality in budget hotels with their latest addition. Ljubljana is becoming recognised as an increasingly important city in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Equinox real estate company signed a 20-year lease for The Fuzzy Log hotel with the Mogotel Hotel Group in July. The Latvian hotel chain also leased Hotel Central from IP Central, which is owned by Union Hotels Collection.