Getting There: I took GoOpti for $17 from the airport, cheaper than taxis.
Because I was running around from one country to the next, I didn’t take the time to investigate where I was staying. I saw “city name + chain hotel” and I booked. Sometimes points hotels are right in the city centre (see Marriott Skopje: A Lot of Luxury for So Little), making it an easy choice to burn points. Sometimes free is not the way to go. The Four Points Ljubljana is an example of that.
The hotel is far from the city centre, making it less than ideal for perusing the street art (see Ljubljana, Slovenia: My Kind of Town for Art). The cost of a taxi was $11 but be sure to get a fixed price before an international incident occurs with the taxi driver.
The hotel was new and modern.
Big room, small room, it would not have made a difference because there is no view of the old town. Putting that aside, I was upgraded to a nice suite.
There was quite the selection for breakfast but barely anyone in the restaurant.
I was told this was a business hotel. I don’t know anything about doing business in Slovenia and do not see myself conducting international trade here in the near future. Accordingly, should I return to Ljublana, I will stay somewhere closer to the city centre.