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The recently opened four-star Cubo Hotel, a valuable addition to Ljubljana's accommodation portfolio, boasts a privileged location just a few steps away from the Old Town and many important city institutions. It has been developed from a 1930's residential building following a major refurbishment and an investment worth 2.4 million Euro.

The property features twenty six rooms /suites decorated in a modern, yet discreet style with a touch of sophistication, which is reflected in the choice of excellent materials and room amenities.
To name a few ― the prestigious Rivolta Carmignani bed linen, found in luxury hotel chains such as Hilton, Ritz and Four Seasons, and L’Occitane toiletries and room accessories. However, the Hotel is building its image and reputation among modern nomads not only with the trendy comfort provided, as a strong focus is given to excellent service and an attention to each individual guest. As an added value, the use of Wi-Fi Internet throughout the property is complimentary and the mini bar is included in the room rate.
A well-equipped conference room that can welcome fifty participants to business meetings can be privatised for other functions, too. By the end of 2011, a fitness room is to complement the existing
hotel amenities.

The name Cubo in Ljubljana is primarily known to gourmets, as it originally stands for one of the most favoured fine dining restaurants whose brand and creative culinary art were developed by chef Boštjan Trstenjak. This concept has been successfully transplanted into the city centre, under the roof of the Cubo Hotel, whose restaurant offers seasonal menus influenced by contemporary Mediterranean fusion cuisine, based on selected and fresh local ingredients. Shortly after its soft opening, the restaurant delights both hotel guests and many external ones with its innovative menu
and extensive wine list, not to mention the exclusive accessories - Bauscher porcelain and Riedel glasses on top.

The hotel operation, including the refurbishment and opening, was carried out in less than two years, and was partly financed by the European Regional Development Fund.

More information: www.hotelcubo.com.