This three-star hotel on the outskirts of Ljubljana is a popular place with travelling cyclists. Even if you've not got your eye on the next Tour de France prize, M Hotel is a good budget option for those who aren't bothered about not being in the heart of all the action. The rooms and facilities are simple though so perhaps not suited to honeymooners!
The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Ljubljana but those who are feeling sporty could probably handle the 30 or so minute walk to the Triple Bridge in the heart of town. However it is also close to the bus station where guests can take a regular bus to the city centre.
WIFI connection is free throughout the entire hotel but there is also an internet corner on the ground floor (also free of charge).
The hotel is about 50 years old, which shows in its architecture. Consisting of 8 floors of accommodation, the hotel was last renovated in 2000. The simple lobby with adjacent bar (open until 10:00pm everyday) conveys the budget feel of the hotel. Bright yellow corridors lead to the hotel bar and restaurant with its own separate entrance at the rear of the hotel for the public. There are no leisure facilities on-site. Overall this is a small, budget (but clean) hotel with no airs or graces. In saying that though, it is certainly overdue for a little nip and tuck.
There are 154 rooms at the M Hotel, including 2 apartments. Unfortunately some rooms overlook the car park. They are very simply furnished (blue and yellow colour scheme) and although the décor is dated, the rooms are clean and perfectly adequate for a short stay. Tall folk will be happy to know that there are 15 rooms with beds that cater especially to them. Ask for a room which overlooks the pretty Mostec Park. The bathrooms are small but functional; some have bathtubs, others showers only. All rooms are fitted with a flat screen television and mini bar.
The bar and restaurant are found on the ground floor of the hotel and are also open to the public. A continental breakfast is served as a buffet each morning, while guests have the option of ordering lunch/dinner à la carte or helping themselves to the buffet. Cuisine can be described as international. While there is plenty of seating indoors, there is also a large wooden-decked terrace for alfresco dining.
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