Welcome to Codelli Deluxe city centre apartments, unique Baroque experience in Ljubljana city centre.
We offer you a stay in special apartments with a modern, traditional and baroque design in the centre of Ljubljana, directly at the river banks of Ljubljanica river. The apartments will bring you back to the 18th century Ljubljana. This way you can experience tradition and history of our capital city.
Our Codelli Deluxe city centre apartments are unique, having special design. They are 25 to 130 square meters large. Some have a beautiful view of the castle and the others are located in the house inner yard. The apartments themselves are a part of eruption heritage, which is one of the main reasons that people all over the world to visit Europe.
Our biggest apartment (Codelli Deluxe Fresco Apartment 130 square meters) has beautiful and one of a kind/ original wall fresco paintings that you will just fall in love with. They have been painted by Franc Jelovšek in 1736 and are usually only available in churches and museums. The paintings in this apartment are protected and considered as a Slovenian monument. So not only will you be travelling Slovenia experiencing its history, tradition and tourist attractions, but you will be staying in the apartment with a tourist attraction that only you can experience (and only a phew people had the chance to see).
More About Fran Jelovšek:
Franc Jelovšek was a student in Baroque painting school ((https://www.hisour.com/italian-baroque-27786/), and had an active role in painting the fresco paintings in Ljubljanas cathedral. (https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g274873-d276332-Reviews-Cathedral_of_St_Nicholas_Stolnica_Sv_Nikolaja-Ljubljana_Upper_Carniola_Region.html). He painted the fresko paintings in our apartments some time in the year 1736. He is known as one of the most famous Slovenian wall painters who work was usually displayed in castles and churches. His work can now be found only in museums , churches, Ljubljana national gallery.
About the partings in our apartment:
The ceiling fresco in our apartment is named “Spring of Youth” and “Four seasons” and is believed to be made for private owners. It is a Baroque painting and was renovated in 2017. The house and the painting are protected as a “local” monument.
More about Slovenia:
Slovenia (https://www.slovenia.info/en ) is a very safe country and has managed to effectively battle the Covid 19 epidemic as one of best European countries. Life comes back to normal from May 2020 and we expect to reopen the borders in June 2020. Plan your Slovenian trip with the help of victual tours: https://www.slovenia.info/en/stories/take-a-walk-on-the-virtual-side-of-slovenia).
Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, located directly in the heart of Slovenia, enables you to explore the whole country within a short period of time. On the below link we prepared some suggestions of what to visit in Ljubljana ((https://www.visitljubljana.com/en/visitors/) while you enjoy your stay at Codelli Deluxe Apartments.
Our apartments are located in one of the oldest and more traditional building in Ljubljana dating all the way back to the year 1500.
The houses interior and exterior is traditional Baroque with coloumns in the inner yard. In the ancient times, the traders were offloading the goods for the city here that is why the area is called Breg. Lively trade has caused the opening of the first restaurant in the house as well, called Vitez.
History of the house
The house had many different owners, who all came from big influential family: until 1715 the family Šelenberg (Schalenberg) was the owner, than the house came in to the possession of Maria Victoria Errih, born Lichtenhaim. In 1728 a trader and city mayor Janežič owed the house. The ceiling fresco in our apartment (Codelli Deluxe Fesco apartment) was made within his ownership (in 1734), as well as the fresco paintings in the Castle Jablje near Ljubljana.
Since 1748 till 1762 the ownership of the house is not clear. Avguštin Codelli might be the owner of the house, having order creation of house portal- the knight in 1746 (made by Francesco Robba). Mr. Codelli was named as a Baron by the Vienna Empres Maria Theresa and owned the Castle Codeljevo at South of Ljubljana- one of the largest properties. He received the property from his uncle, Peter Anton Codelli- a successful iron trader in Koroska region, North of Slovenia. Codelli family came to Ljubljana from Italy in 18th century and other family members included Anton Codelli- an inventor in the area of radio telegraphy and automobiles (long distance photo transfer, TV, the first owner of the car in Ljubljana (1898).
We are looking forward to host you at our Codelli Deluxe Apartments.