Hotel Celeia

3 star hotel


Mariborska cesta 3 CeljeSee nearby area


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    Lonely Planet review

    A change in ownership has taught this old (since 1962!) dog new tricks and it's now a 52-room colourful 'pop-art' hotel with Warhol-like portraits of Elvis and Marilyn and even Obama strewn throughout. The hotel is a favourite with businesspeople, but eschew any of the rooms facing Mariborska cesta – it’s a major and very busy highway.

    Our independent authors have visited Hotel Celeia and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Celje.

    Description provided by property

    Refurbished in August 2014, Hotel Celeia is located 800 metres from the centre of Celje and offers two on-site restaurants, a night club and a bar. Free WiFi access is available throughout the property.

    All rooms come with a flat-screen cable TV and a bathroom with shower. Amenities in some rooms in Hotel Celeia include air conditioning and a hairdryer.

    The hotel has a 24-hour front desk, garden and a terrace, as well as the largest meeting and event hall in Celje that can accommodate up to 280 persons. Dining options include an à-la-carte restaurant and Sports Pub Celeia. The hotel has a night club on the premises as well.

    The property has a private parking at a surcharge. The hotel is 500 metres from Celje Train Station and 3.5 km from the nearest motorway exit. Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport is 70 km away. Free garage parking for bikes is provided.

    Services & facilities

    • Bar
      • Available
    • Pets
      • Pets allowed
    • Breakfast
      • Breakfast in the room
    • Non-smoking
      • Non-smoking rooms
    • Outdoor space
      • Garden
      • Terrace
    • Guest services
      • Room service
      • 24-hour front desk
    • Restaurant/Café
      • Restaurant (à la carte)
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free WiFi
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