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TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Hotel Ljubljana
Situated just 10 minutes amble from the Old Town the hotel is very handy for all the sights and transport in the city.
Buffet breakfast is fine
Service is excellent the staff are friendly and helpful and speak excellent English
The air con and wifi both work well, wifi is free and the addition of PCs and printers in the lobby is inspired.
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