Tilia Stay – the perfect accommodation in Ljubljana | Review

Jetting off to Ljubljana soon and still looking for a place to stay? Keep reading this post because I’m going to share my thoughts about an exceptional apartment in the heart of the Slovenian capital. Here is why Tilia Stay is the perfect accommodation in Ljubljana.


One of the most important things, when you travel, is to find an accommodation with a good location. When I’m in a search of a room or apartment, I have two important rules:
1. The place should be in a walking distance from the city center or the main landmarks.
2. The place should be close to a transport hub.

In this case, Tilia Stay receives a golden star. The apartments in Ljubljana are located in less than 5 minute walk from the Train/Bus station. That makes it an ideal place to stay if you arrive late in the evening or you have to depart early in the morning. Talking about the location, it took me just about 15 minutes to get to the very center of Ljubljana by foot.


Tilia Stay offers four new, stylish and completely furnished apartments in Ljubljana with different sizes suitable for 2 to 8 people. Every apartment is equipped with a modern open kitchen, cozy living room, luxurious bathroom and one or more spacious bedrooms. All of the apartments are air-conditioned and there is a very good free wifi connection. The spacious balcony is an excellent addition. No matter if you are having a short or long stay in Ljubljana, you won’t miss anything.

Tilia Stay Ljubljana review


The apartment

I stayed in the Kocevje apartment and the moment I stepped in, I felt like home. The flat is about 45 square meters and it’s suitable for up to four people. The living room is very cozy with plenty of space. The inviting sofa is nicely placed next to the wide French windows giving you the opportunity to enjoy the charming view while resting in comfort. Moreover, it can be easily transformed into a nice double bed. There’s also a flat screen tv to keep up with the news or have a movie night.

Tilia Stay Ljubljana review

The open kitchen provides plenty of utensils, a modern oven with ceramic stoves, a toaster, a catchy retro looking fridge and even a dishwasher. It’s perfect for anyone who likes to spend a decent time cooking. There is a dining table completing the living room area which is also ideal for working (I personally tested it).

When on holiday, the good sleep is quite important. And my hosts at Tilia Stay perfectly know that. The bedroom is spacious enough and the bed is heavenly comfortable. There is a wide wardrobe to store your clothing, too. I had all the reasons to wake up refreshed, with a wide smile and full of energy.

Tilia Stay Ljubljana review

Both the bedroom and the living room have access to the large balcony and outdoor chilling area. I spent quite a long time there especially in the morning enjoying the sun and the gorgeous view.

The luxurious bathroom is equipped with all kind of essentials and toiletries including hand soap, towels and hairdryer. There is a small laundry room where you can find a washing machine, detergent, fabric softener, etc.

Tilia Stay Ljubljana review

If you are coming with a car, here are some good news. You can use a private parking and it will cost you just 1 euro per day.

Final thoughts

At Tilia Stay, every detail is picked carefully and with style. Furthermore, the apartment gave me the ultimate comfort. I stayed there just one night but my impression is that it’s sufficient enough for a longer stay. This accommodation in Ljubljana is perfect for a couple or a small family and guarantees comfort and impeccable well-being. Thake a look at their website and check out the other lovely flats they offer.

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My stay at Kocevje apartment was complimentary as part of a press trip. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own! There are affiliate links in this post. That means that if you click through and make a purchase, I receive a commission at no extra charge to you. Thanks for your support of Little Big Traveler.


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