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A hotel with a rich history

The history of the hotel reaches back to 1903, when Hotel Štrukelj, owned by the eponymous family, was opened at the location of the once famous "Pri Bitencu" restaurant, often visited by the great Slovenian poet France Prešeren.

The hotel was famous not only for being very welcoming, but also for its traditional Slovenian dish - štruklji - which remains a trademark of our hotel to this day.

After the end of the Second World War, the hotel temporarily closed its doors, because the family was forced to leave the country. The government took over the hotel management and renamed it to Hotel Turist.

Despite all the unpleasant memories, the original owner Marjanca Krajc never forgot her homeland, Ljubljana, or her family-owned hotel. After Slovenia gained its independence, she and her husband Nikolaj Krajc did everything in their power for the family to regain ownership. They finally succeeded in 2004, when they gave the hotel its current name - City Hotel. The old building from 1903 was restored and expanded, and in 2007, the renovated hotel opened its doors again.

The hotel is still owned by the descendants of the same family, who share and continue the vision of Nikolaj and Marjanca Krajc.