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All reviewsold townfree welcome drinkbasement roombalcony overlooking the courtyardcharming hotelpedestrian only streetthe riverslippers providedsloping ceilingwell appointed and comfortabletraditional hotelsmall hotelno liftthe free walking tourspeak excellentplenty of storagereception area is
The Allegro Hotel is a bit less than a hotel, and a bit more than a bed and breakfast. It is in between. There is no lift or elevator here, so, unless there is a burly man at the front desk, you will have to...More
Wevhad a room across the courtyard on the 3rd floor. While it's not easy to get the luggage up the stairs there is always someone to help. It's sooooo conveniently located to the town square, restaurants etc. They offer unique cordials in the lobby and...More
-25 minute walk from the bus station
-minutes away from restaurants and sites
-fairly quiet at night since there are no cars allowed
-decor could use some updating though
-adequate breakfast, fairly comfy bed but pretty rough towels ( could use some fabric softener )
Fantastic location, small boutique type hotel. Very helpful front desk staff and beautiful patio for breakfast if the weather is good if not cellar type dining area. Perfect breakfast. May be not a 4* but would very much recommend this hotel.
I want to start off by saying the front desk is the salvation and the glue that keeps the Allegro Hotel running. They were the first real faces I put to my experience of Slovenia and they established a continuing impression of a people and...More
Response from garethbryon41 | Reviewed this property |
Turn right out of the Allegro Hotel. Don't go into town. The restaurants on the pedestrian area towards the river are always very busy and quality suffers. There are two lovely dining restaurants one specialising in fish and... More
Turn right out of the Allegro Hotel. Don't go into town. The restaurants on the pedestrian area towards the river are always very busy and quality suffers. There are two lovely dining restaurants one specialising in fish and the other regional dishes just up right from the Allegro on either side of the road. Try these.