Enter through the magnificent swinging doors, walk across the old parquet floor, which bears historical imprints of newspapers, to the first room, the so called Yellow room, where “the regulars” can often be found. There, you will discover a veranda with a stunning view of Tivoli Park and the Lili Novy Garden.
The Blue Lounge was named after a fresco that was discovered on the ceiling and carefully restored. Alongside the imposing chandelier by designer Tom Dixon, which has been transformed to form a new structure, you will be enchanted by the photographs of world-renowned photographers hanging on the walls. The photographs are rotated four times a year in collaboration with the gallery Galerija Fotografija by Barbara Čeferin.
The White room, the room that did not exist. Once a toilet, today a special and creative space, adorned with an exceptional wall painting by Matej Stupica, who works under the name “Pero in zid” (meaning “Feather and Wall”), and an original chandelier by architect Andrej Mercina.