A Review of the Park Hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia

I nearly stayed at the Park last year because it was rather affordable, but ended up staying at the City Hotel instead, which was considerably more expensive, but as I found out, considerably more nicer.
The Park is well, functional. It’s relatively cheap accommodation in the center of Ljubljana that can be relied upon to put a roof over your head. What it is not is a particularly great experience. The downfalls that I found were that the rooms were incredibly basic. The beds were okay, but arranged as two sets of bunk beds in each room. So, if you’re staying there as a couple, it’s not terribly romantic. There is no air condition in the rooms. The bathrooms leave much to be desired. The one I stayed in stank to hell and the shower was very slow to drain, requiring just a trickle out of the shower so that you wouldn’t flood the floor of the bathroom. I think the bathrooms were clean, but the ones that I knew were clean were those in the lobby, so they were much better for basic functions short of showering. Beyond all this, there was a massive ant problem. Coming in with any kind of snack is a big problem, because the ants will find it and I was shocked, staying on the 13th floor!
On the upswing, the staff were okay. The breakfast was surprisingly decent. You can stash your luggage there if you need to check out or in earlier or later than your room is available. Lastly, there is both free wifi (which is hell to get working unless you really know how to set up wifi) and free computers for checking email.
If you take all this in to account, I think the hotel is a decent choice for the very budget conscious if only staying 2-3 nights at most. Anymore than this and I would look in to other options in the area.
A Review of the Park Hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia