The Hotel Mitra, named after the Roman god of light and goodness, offers comfort and tradition in the historical centre of the oldest city in Slovenia - Ptuj. It combines rich tradition with a contemporary approach and is located on the most important street in the old heart of Ptuj - Prešernova ulica. Hotel Mitra belongs to a chain of family-run small hotels, which offer excellent service as well as traditional values of the area in which they are located.
The hotel has 29 rooms of which 25 are double standard rooms plus 4 suites, each for four persons. All rooms are furnished in one of five different styles: Secession, Middle Ages, Modern, Roman and Bourgeois style, and have modern equipment. Each room has interactive digital TV, fast free wifi, telephone, minibar, shower cubicle, WC, and hairdryer.
Dining room, lobby, coffee house, Venera wellness salon, Osterberger’s wine cellar and a relaxing garden & atrium.
The Venera wellness salon offers individual relaxation and regeneration of body and soul. The restored space of this historical building also contains Finnish and Turkish saunas. Guests can treat themselves to different massages followed by a hot sauna and a spot of relaxation in the whirlpool.
The Osterbergers owned the hotel from 1890 to 1945. They were heavily involved in wine production in Haloze. Their wines were awarded several medals at various European wine fairs, and consequently a wine exhibition was organised in Ptuj in 1927. Today in the (almost) 1,000 years old wine cellar you will be greeted by sophisticated tastes and seductive aromas of some of the top wines from the best Slovenian winemakers. Listen to the fascinating story of the Osterberger wine family while tasting the best local wine varieties, such as Traminer, Rhine Riesling, Yellow Muscat, Pinot Noir, Blue Franconian, Šipon, Cviček, Rebula, Merlot, paired with local cheeses & dried fruits. Periodically the wine cellar will invite renowned winegrowers to present their wines thus matching the wine culture with a social event. You can also choose to buy any of the wines you have tasted and want to take home for yourself or your friends.
The Kipertz Coffee House was established and managed in 1785 by Joseph Kipertz, the coffee-bean roaster. It's popular with locals and guests at weekends when live music or a theatrical performance takes place.
From spring to autumn hotel guests can enjoy the tranquillity of the open-air atrium – Mithra’s Garden. It's a great place to relax, and to enjoy the peace and quiet along with a cup of Kipertz coffee or a cake from the coffee house.