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Cells and rooms

Cell 106

Cell 106

Slovenian cell

Roman Makše (Slovenia) and John Anton (USA)

The cell comes across as simple and homely because of the use of wooden elements. The closet in the room is a reading corner: a reading room where a reader can withdraw to without bothering other occupants of the room. John Anton, an American sculptor, also made the so-called “God’s corner” for a house god, as is customary in Japan. There is also a green ornament from America.

Equipment and comforts of the cell:

  • air conditioning
  • wireless internet access
  • two beds
  • free bed linen and towels
  • prison bars
  • shared bathroom

LOCATION:

First floor, sixth room on the right side of the hallway.

Hostel Celica Tloris Celice 106

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Reading nook
Wooden furniture in cell 106
Cell 106 comes with your private reading nook.
Slovenian restaurant
Western café
Common areas for traveller socializing