BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN WINE REGION
FOR SALE IN MARIBOR - SLOVENIA
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€ 2.350.000

CHARMING BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN OPERATION
RENOVATED AND WELL KEPT - WITH GOOD BOOKINGS IN 2022 & 2023
WITH 2 HIGH SEASONS : SUMMER FOR HIKING  &  WINTER FOR SKI  
18 hotel rooms - double and single beds
Fully Legal with current Hotel License in place 
Private parking lot for 30 cars  
Indoor Built Surface                    1092 m2
Outdoor / Terraces Surface        210 m2
Plot of Land Surface                  1.279 m2
Development Potential : One extra-large suite can be transformed into 3 junior suites
GALLERY

INSIDE

The hotel is situated in the most peaceful and greenest part of the city of Maribor in Slovenia. The property is built on 2 floors with 18 bedrooms, these are single and double rooms. Plus there is one family room with terrace. Some rooms have a view towards the mountain Pohorje, some to the garden.

Development Potential : in addition, there is very large suite that can be transformed into 3 junior suites each with their garden terrace, to make a total of 21 bedrooms.


 

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OUTSIDE
 

The Hotel is surrounded by a lovely garden.
There is an outdoor pavilion in the garden and a terrace on the first floor for hotel clients to relax.
The hotel has a large fenced guest parking for 30 cars, which is accessible directly from the main road.

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MARIBOR - A GREAT CENTRAL EUROPEAN LOCATION 
 

The city of Maribor lays in an advantageous central location: 
in a few hours drive you reach main European cities

Maribor is at the crossroads of an important European path leading from the west to both the east and south Europe

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 10 minutes or 11 km from Austria
45 minutes from Graz Austria
1.5 hrs from Croatian capital Zagreb 
2.5 hrs from Vienna 
3 hrs from Budapest
3.5 hrs from Venice

5 hrs from Munich
 

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REGIONAL CAPITAL 

The property is located in Maribor, the second-largest city in Slovenia, it is also the seat of the Drava region and the Eastern Slovenia region. Maribor is also the economic, administrative, educational, and cultural centre of eastern Slovenia.

The city is easily accessible from all the neighbouring countries, as it has good road and railway connections.

 
UNICEF WORLD HERITAGE

Maribor was first mentioned as a castle in 1164, as a settlement in 1209, and as a city in 1254.

Maribor was under Habsburg rule until 1918, when Rudolf Maister and his men secured the city for the State of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs, which then joined the Kingdom of Serbia to form the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

In 1991 Maribor became part of independent Slovenia.
The city center of Maribor displays gorgeous period buildings and churches connected by a majestic pedestrian zone. Well worth a stroll.   
 

Maribor was selected European Capital of Culture for 2012.

ABOUT THE AREA
CITY OF MARIBOR

Lively pedestrian streets with terraces in historic Maribor city center   

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The river Drava crosses Maribor city center creating enjoyable banks

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GREAT WINE REGION STAJERSKA

The hotel is located in the spectacular WINE PRODUCING REGION STAJERSKA
Mostly white wine are created, many are of international quality! 

 

An under-rated wine paradise

coupled with an array of FINE DINING and highly regarded eateries... 

VARIETIES MARIBOR REGION IS FAMOUS FOR 

RIESLING - WHITE    The Maribor area is famous for its noble, extremely aromatic white wines: its Laski Rizling ages particularly well, and its Renski Rizling, although not dominant in the area's vineyards, is the pinnacle of Maribor wines. Some 60% of all prize wines are produced by the vignerons of this area. Connoisseurs particularly treasure the late harvest Renski Rizling from Piramida, a site on the outskirts of the city of Maribor. Steely and minerally with lovely herbal and citrus overtones, it's everything you'd want in a summer Riesling. It's the perfect wine with sushi and sashimi or Italian crudos, and is delicious with grilled salmon or other fish. The classic Rieslings of Maribor are distinguished by its peach bouquet and mineralization.
Recognizable as Riesling “M”, the Maribor-Pekel area is harmoniously revealed in a deep, dark mineral touch while showing multi-layered aromas of juicy stone fruit and fine flower honey. Very complex on the palate with the freshness and profundity of its good tension and long-lasting.

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Other successful white wines of the area include SIPON, rich in acids; the fragrant CHARDONNAY and BELI PINOT a characteristic Sauvignon with its powerful "elder blossom" bouquet; Sivi Pinot - Rulandec, a full-bodied, balanced, and complex wine; Rumeni Muskat with its overpowering aroma; and of course, the, gentle, sweet, and aromatic Traminec.

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INTERESTING ! 
THE OLD VINE HOUSE IN MARIBOR 

On the banks of the River Drava, out front of the Old Vine House grows the grand Old Vine, the oldest vine in the world which is over 400 years old and registered also in the Guinness Book of Records.


The Old Vine (Stara trta in Slovenian) is the oldest living example of a noble vine on our planet. The oldest visual records of the house on Vojasniska Street 8 with the old vine are from 1657. The old Vine House is a temple of wine tradition and culture for Maribor 

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GASTRONOMY IN SLOVENIA

Slovenain Cuisine : Two Worlds Apart 

Both in its geography and in its cuisine, Slovenia is a place of striking contrasts. In the region along the Italian border, you can enjoy a delicious light Mediterranean diet consisting of prosciutto ham and olive oil. However, it’s more common for people in the far north and east to feast on more heartier meals, with a lot of grains, potatoes, pork, and pumpkin oil.

 

But no matter where in the beautiful Slovenian landscape you are, you’re always sure to find excellent wine nearby, to complete your excellent gastronomic experience.

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Restaurant Rizibizi in Portorož

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Restaurant Debeluh in Brezice

There are 22 young cooking talents in Slovenia that have been awarded the prestigious title of JRE Jeunes Restaurateurs.

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Awarded Fine Dining around Hotel Pohorje in Maribor 

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In Maribor the JRE is Restaurant Mak.  Lead by Chef David Vračko who started the restaurant in 2011 after traveling and working abroad for ten years. Restaurant Mak has received numerous awards and world-wide recognition. David Vračko is a rather unusual chef. Gault Millau Slovenia awarded him “Chef of the Future”.

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AMAZING SPORTS ON THE HOTEL DOORSTEPS

The hotel is DIRECTLY located on the SKI SLOPES of Pohorje Mountain.
Pohorje is the largest winter resort in Slovenia. There are about 42 km (26 miles) of north-facing ski slopes, 27 km of cross-country skiing, and 8 km of night skiing. It is best known for its "Golden Fox" competition, women's World Cup races in giant slalom and slalom.

There are 20 different ski lifts, the most famous of which is the Base Pohorje located only 100m from the hotel. 

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In the Summer Pohorje Maribor is a MOUNTAIN BIKE PARK with its famous Down-hill track.
Every year there are international competitions run on this track - filling the hotel... 

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SLOVENIA TOURISM FACTS 

In 2019 Slovenia recorded 6.2 milion tourist arrivals and 15.7 overnight stays, which is 5 % more arrivals and 0,5 % more overnight stays than in 2018. Foreign tourists generated more than 11 million overnight stays (72 % share of all) and 4.7 million arrivals (75.5 % share of arrivals), that is 1.7 % more overnight stays and 6.3 % more arrivals than foreign tourists created in 2018. Domestic tourists generated 4.4 million overnight stays and 1.5 million arrivals, which i22.5 % less overnight stays and 1.3 % more arrivals than in 2018.

In 2017, the GDP related to tourism amounted to EUR 2.3 billion, or 5.3% of total GDP. Considering the direct and indirect impacts, tourism contribution to the GDP is estimated to be EUR 3.6 billion, that is approximately 8.4% of total GDP. In 2018, tourism exports amounted to EUR 2.7 billion, creating a tourism balance of payments surplus of EUR 1.7 billion. In 2018, tourism industries employed 68 150 people and directly accounted for 7.7% of total employment in the country. Travel exports accounted for 34.0% of total service exports in 2018.


Inbound tourists amounted to 4.4 million in 2018, up 10.9% from the previous year. Overnight stays for international tourists in all accommodation categories totalled 11.2 million in 2018, an increase of 15.4% over 2017. Core markets included Italy (13.5% of all inbound overnight visitors), Germany (11.4%), Austria (8.6%), Croatia (4.9%), the Netherlands (4.2%), the United Kingdom (3.7%), and Serbia (3.1%). The Netherlands and Germany, experienced year on year growth of 22.7% and 15.9% respectively. In 2018, domestic trips totalled 10.9 million, of which 2 million (18.3%) were overnight stays, and 8.9 million (81.7%) same-day visits. The total number of overnights in all accommodation was 5.4 million, an increase of 11.1% from 2017.

During the last quarter of a century, Slovenian tourism took great strides with regard to development and promotion, and evolved and grew at an above-average pace. Currently, it contributes no less than 12.8% of GDP, and accounted for 37.6% of the export of services and 7.5% of total exports in 2015. In 2015, a record was broken: for the first time since Slovenia declared independence, overnight stays exceeded 10 million and €2.2 billion was generated by exporting travel services.

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