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Grand hotel Union Business ****

Grand Hotel Union is a four star hotel and is considered to be one of Ljubljana's finest. It is located in a quiet and very central part of Ljubljana. It combines two parts: the Executive part and the Business part, altogether providing 327 rooms.

The Grand Hotel Union – Business has 127 very spacious and comfortable rooms. Hotel room furnishings include: air conditioning, TV (movie channel on cable), mini bar, bathroom with bath or shower, safe deposit box, trouser press, hairdryer. Bathrobes and slippers are available in every room. Comfort rooms are even more spacious and come with bigger bathrooms. All rooms have free direct Internet access (LAN - Ethernet). The Grand Hotel Union has 21 conference & banqueting rooms. Capacity ranges from 10 to 850 persons. Halls are equipped with state-of-the-art technical equipment. Hotel recreational facilities include an indoor pool, sauna and massage. You may work out at the hotel's fitness centre. Hotel's additional facilities include 24 hrs front desk, room service, hair dryer, beauty shop, newspaper & gift shop, fashion boutique, hair dresser, jewelry shop, internet access, private parking area and a business centre.


Ljubljana lies in a basin between the Karst and the alpine regions at 298 metres above sea level. We like to say it is sufficiently large to contain everything that a capital should have, and small enough to preserve the individuality of its inhabitants. It is a city with a soul, featured by the Baroque Old Town which is nestled at the foot of Castle Hill, the Art Nouveau mansions as well as some of the masterpieces of the world renowned architect Jože Plečnik.

If one is to believe the legend, then the founder of Ljubljana was the Greek prince Jason, together with his companions, the Argonauts. According to the legend, Jason and the Argonauts, while fleeing from King Aites, from whom they had stolen the golden fleece, sailed from the Black Sea up the Danube, from the Danube into the Sava, and from the Sava into the Ljubljanica.

Around about here Jason encountered a terrible monster, which he fought and slew. This monster was the Ljubljana dragon, which now has its permanent abode on top of the castle tower on the Ljubljana coat of arms. At a national referendum held on December 23, 1990, the people of Slovenia voted for independence and sovereignity and on June 25, 1991, the Republic of Slovenia proclaimed its independence.

With this, Ljubljana became the capital of the new state, the heart of the political, economic, cultural and scientific life of the Slovene nation.

The significant mile stone for Ljubljana was Slovenia's accession to the European Union on 1 May 2004.

Ljubljana, with only some 276.000 inhabitants, combines the compactness of a small city with the facilities of a metropolis and, compared with other European capitals, remains a city on a human scale.
Three Bridges
Dragon bridge
Pogačarjev trg
Town Hall square
Castle hill view
Ljubljana Castle
Ljubljana / view
Trg Republike
Philharmonic Society building
Old part of town
Vegova Street
The National & University Library
Krizanke monastery complex
With Ilirija Column
View from Shoemaker Bridge

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