Antiq Palace Hotel & Spa, Gosposka ulica 10, Ljubljana, , Antiq Palace is the second, newly established property of the first boutique hotel in Ljubljana, the Antiq Hotel. With 13 spacious residential suites including 3 penthouse apartments each equipped with a master bedroom, living room, kitchen, dining area and a spacious bathrooms with a Jacuzzi tub Antiq Spa offers all the comforts of home. For the convenience of the guests Antiq Spa features a number of facilities such as 24-hour on-site assistance and a concierge service, luxury day spa, leisure facilities with 3 different kinds of sauna, dedicated executive business centre and meeting facilities, several reading and relaxation areas, three lounge bars and two private gardens.
Enjoy many of Ljubljana's famous landmarks - Ljubljana castle, banks of Ljubljanica river, the Prešernov Square, several of Jože Plečnik's architectural wonders, flee and Sunday market and the array of small cafes, restaurants and boutique stores all just a stone throw away from the Antiq Spa Residence. Being at the heart of everything has never been more convenient.
The exquisite location of the residence is equally of historical significance, as almost exactly 2000 years ago it was the location of the ancient necropolis in the roman settlement of Emona (Iulia Aemona). The unique location of Antiq Spa residence is also complimented by inimitable history of the building, the first written records and the mentioning of which date back to the beginning of 16th Century of our era. The building was the city residential palace of a Slovene noble family, which is mirrored in its the unique character. In credit to its inimitable features and rich history Antiq Spa has been recognised as one of the first members of the Historic Hotels of Europe in Slovenia and its authentic design has been captured by the Hubertus von Hohenlohes in his issue of 500 Very Special hotels of the world. The ideas and inspiration for the renovation of Antiq Spa were taken from the original features of the buildings such as walls, staircases, windows and frescoes, which also became the centrepieces for the interior design. The use of the natural materials such as stone, wood and lime helps the walls to "breathe" and thus stimulates the natural air circulation and pleasant air temperatures, which enable the guests to enjoy a good night sleep.