The 20 floors, 83 meters in height, 23 thousand square meters are the figures of the prestigious hotel, where 115 employees will take care of for the well-being of their guests.
The hotel offers 165 rooms with 330 beds, a presidential suite, a banquet hall, a restaurant and a bar with a viewing platform and a wellness centre with swimming pool and fitness. On the top floor, there is restaurant B (“bee”) with a viewing terrace, which can accommodate up to 200 guests. It offers a wonderful view of the Slovenian capital and its wider surroundings. It is open to all visitors, where breakfasts are served in the morning, and during the day, there is always a perfect time for a culinary pampering. The first man of the restaurant is Italian chef Alfredo Russo, who runs the Dolce Stil Novo restaurant with a Michelin star located in Turin. Russo will not be personally present in the restaurant constantly, but one of his chefs will take care of the culinary delights. There is also a B-bar on the viewing terrace, where visitors will be able to enjoy the wide offer of drinks, with focus on the largest offer of gin in the capital.
The 19th floor is reserved for high visits, as there is the presidential suite, Club International, and two conference rooms. Only hotel guests will have the access to Club International, which offers personalized services of the club at a daily surcharge of 70 euros. On the 18th floor, there is a wellness centre with swimming pool and fitness. Outside guests, but only those who will buy multi-monthly subscription tickets can use it. One-day tickets cannot be bought. At the reception desk on the ground floor, there is another space for external visitors, where they can eat lunch, drink coffee or sweets with sweets.
The interior design of 165 rooms was taken care of by the Munich Bureau Wrightassociates and various Ljubljana motives can be found inside the rooms. As Cerović, General Manager of the hotel said, they want to attract a new guest profile to the hotel of the highest category in Ljubljana since the capital city is facing a tourism boom in the last few years. They want to attract guests who are accustomed to the standards of chains of elite hotels, such as Intercontinental, and so far, there were no adequate facilities in the city. The value of the investment is estimated at around 40 million euros or about 250,000 euros per room.