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The rooms are stylistically divided up and furnished in five styles:

  • Ancient Rome, 
  • Middle Ages, 
  • Bourgeoisie,
  • Secession,
  • Contemporary.

If you wish, you may choose the room that suits you best, depending on the look and story behind it.

 

206. St. George's Room

206. St. George's Room

Awakening, St. George (275/280 - 303), Martyr and Saint. Double-bed. St. George will awaken spring for us again. He will kill the dragon, and with it, its cold and evil. You will know that we honor him by his shield in the Ptuj city coat of arms, by his church standing in the city and […]
207. The Rooster's Room

207. The Rooster's Room

Homeliness, The Home Flock. Double-bed. There is no farmyard without a rooster and no real bourgeois cuisine without a good stew. Poultry farming in Ptuj’s sorroundings is several centuries old, so it is no coincidence that the largest Slovenian and international poultry company – Perutnina Ptuj – originated and still grows in Ptuj. The area […]
211. The Habsburgs’ Room

211. The Habsburgs’ Room

Ruling, The Habsburgs, a Ruling Dynasty (13th century - 1918). Double-bed. In the second half of the 13th century, from the small castle of Habichberg in Swabia, they began to spread their rule over Europe and soon grew into the mightiest European dynasty. The Habsburgs became German, Hungarian-Croatian, as well as Spanish kings and emperors, […]
304. Anna Wittula’s Room

304. Anna Wittula’s Room

Story, Anna Wittula (1861 - 1918), Ptuj Writer. Double-bed. Was the Ptuj writer Anna Wittula speaking of herself when she described the fate of the girl Ančka, or did she know the life of another Ančka so well? We are certainly indebted to Anna for writing an entire novel about our proud house in “The […]
307. The Wine Merchant’s Room

307. The Wine Merchant’s Room

Exaltation, Ptuj – the City of Wine Cellars. Double-bed. From the surrounding wine-growing hills of Haloze and Slovenske gorice, a huge amount of must and wine flowed into the town’s cellars. The city's wine merchants, who traded with it all the way to Vienna, made a lot of money and were among Ptuj’s most distinguished […]
309. The Carnival Prince’s Room

309. The Carnival Prince’s Room

Merry-making, The Federation of European Carnival Cities. Double-bed. The “Kurentovanje” has been a traditional carnival event since 1960. From St. Martin's Day, which is on November 11, to the burial of “Pust” on Shrove Tuesday, the "Carnival Prince" takes over the city. Every year they choose a new “prince”, who then takes on the name […]
311. The Kurent's Room

311. The Kurent's Room

Belief, The Land of Carnival Customs. Double-bed. In the vicinity of Ptuj, a huge number of traditional carnival characters have been preserved; the most eminent and famous among them, however, is the Kurent. Dressed in sheepskin, girded with heavy bells, covered with a colorful hat and armed with a club, the Kurent is an invincible […]
302. The Imperial-Royal Room

302. The Imperial-Royal Room

Governance, Empress Maria Theresa, Emperor Franz Joseph. Junior Suite. Rulers of all ranks loved to visit rich cities of their country. Empress Maria Theresa visited Ptuj in 1750, Emperor Franz Joseph was here in 1873. The empress founded a house for the disabled in Ptuj – one of five in the whole monarchy, while the […]
401. Vespasian's Suite

401. Vespasian's Suite

Victory, Vespasian (9–79 AD), Roman Emperor. Senior Suite. This crude jokester would never have ruled Rome for ten years (69 to 79 AD) if he had not received military support in the camp of the Roman Legion then stationed on the left bank of the Drava river in front of Ptuj. The Ptuj military commander […]
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