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My daughters and I have been traveling through eastern Europe and have stayed 4 nights at Aladin. On the train to Ljubljana, my daughter became sick. The hostel manager, Roman, was so kind and helped take my daughter to the hospital. She recovered and we...More
I realy liked Aladin hostel. The staff was great, realy friendly and willing to do just about anithing to help. The room, private with french bed was great and comfortable it was also very clean and guests in general looked happy there. I would come...More
Although this hostel is located at some 20 minutes from the city center of ljubljana (or a cab ride for 4 euros), it is a great place to stay! The owners are extremely helpful and kind. I got the feeling they really knew each of...More
The room was great, especially as we'd just gotten off a 12 hour train sitting on the floor. The position isn't optimal, however the staff are very friendly, the beds were comf and the cooking facilities were more than what I needed. I accidentally left...More
Just recently returned from a trip that comprised of a selection of hotels, hostels and apartments in a variety of places throughout Europe. Sadly, the Aladin was a low point and I say sadly because the owner really tried his best to look after us,...More
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My name is Veronika and I am a 58 year old woman both Australian & Slovene. I am coming to Ljubljana to study Slovene language at the University.
I am looking for a place to stay over the quiet months from 7th September this year to 29th January next year. Are you able to offer me a longer-term rental? I am looking at a budget of 300-400 Euros per month.
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"The first floor is a good option. Ask for room 11 if you travel alone, or for room 4 for couples."