Looking for somewhere unique to stay on your holiday?
Then the Hostel Celica fits the bill.
Formerly a miltary prison (dating back to 1883), the Hostel Celica has been transformed into an "Art Hostel" which features 20 individual artistically renovated cells designed by more than eighty Slovenian and international artists. Sure it’s a hostel and has a younger demographic, but the Celica opens its doors to anyone (including families) who are looking for a unique experience whilst in Ljubljana and Slovenia.
Ever fancied spending the night behind bars without getting arrested?
Then read Eva’s complete review as she spends a night at the Hostel Celica and lived to tell the tale!
Evas Hostel Celica Review
Seems like a happening place to stay!
It is. The Hostel Celica is only a five minute walk from the central train and bus stations, a ten minute walk to the city centre and is adjacent to the Metelkova city party zone.
Within the hostel itself, you'll find a restaurant and bar that features three themed areas. The restaurant serves daily lunches and offers an a la carte menu. Relax in the bar and have a cocktail or a coffee. For something different, try a hookah!
The Hostel Celica hosts many cultural events including jam sessions, art exhibitions, concerts, poetry readings and workshops which means no matter what time of year you visit, there is something exciting happening at the Celica!