The room advertised as ensuite (and, as far as I've been able to determine, all rooms) had a sing/shower in the room but no toilet, sadly. Other than that, a nice place to stay in the centre of Celje, though with all the positives and negatives of a student hostel--quite noisy, corridors and shared bathrooms get dirty the moment the cleaners leave, a fried fat smell pervaded our room due to a midnight barbecue just outside. But there was also a nice free The Doors Tribute concert at MCC.
A really nice place, with extremely friendly owners--strongly recommended, with the only caveat that this is a very companionable space--as introverts, we were getting a bit tired of constant companionability after three nights there.
A wonderful place... The apartment building was a bit shabby, but the apartment itself was really nice and recently renovated, and had all the amenities we needed. Just a short walk from the centre, as well as from a well I stock web supermarket/farmer's market. Simply speaking, a nice, cheery place to spend a night or two.
This is, indeed, not a guesthouse, but a private apartment occupied by the owner and not adpated to receiving guests. Bathroom is shared, there is no free parking--both contrary to description. The room is small, dark, and claustrophobic--the owner's sleeping room, without an own table or chairs, the large closet full of the owner's things (even the small settee was strewn with them). Plus ant colonies. By far the worst, and most expensive, place we stayed in this year. Great location, though.
Very friendly and very cosy place, in an unassuming side street, but very close to the centre (just a little climb up a hill). The owners were very nice and very helpful, the room quite large (if a little dark).
The guesthouse is in Bilje rather than in Osijek (we were originally confused as there is a street of the same name in Osijek) and getting anywhere (either into town or to the nature preserve) might be difficult. The kitchen facilities in the standard room consist of a kettle and fridge only (though the owner let us use the full kitchen in the empty apartment, so we were not disappointed; but be sure to inquire if you wish to cook). The room was nice, with air-con, and the owner was v. friendly.
A bit out of town (though within walking distance), Penzion Adonai is a really nice place for a stopover in Banska Bystrica. Very friendly staff, nice rooms, great price.
This is a perfectly lovely apartment located in the old town. It has everything we needed or wished for on our stay in Piran. Also, it has lots of character. This was indeed a real gem of a place and we can only wholeheartedly recommend it to other travelers.
- Avid Traveller
- Male, 31-40
- (12 reviews)
A really nice place to stay, with private kitchen, bathroom and an own little garden terrace. It lacks wifi and is located a bit outside of town but other than that, it has everything one can wish for including kitchen utensils, nice character and comfortable space.
Lovely place, very nice design, great location - however, it was quite impossible to sleep, people coming and going all the time, really loud noise from the kitchen and smells, too - the private room was located practically in the doorway. Also, it's good to keep in mind that this hotel provides no towels, which hostels usually do. Having breakfast is an impossibility if you're not part of a larger group
Very nice people, quiet and clean. The rooms were dark and a bit depressing.
This is a very good hostel, clean and nice, the breakfast is absolutely lovely! Only problem is with the location - contrary to what the description on hostelworld suggests, it is located in the outskirts of the city. However, very close to the metro.