The shower gradually became cold within 3 minutes of use and there were some hairs in the bedsheets every day. I raised both these issues with the staff and it appears the chambermaid may need a hair net. The shower issue was a mystery for the staff.
The only thing I didn't like about Galeria Rooms was that it was set across one floor of a dirty, run down apartment building. You wonder if you're in the right place when you get there, but Galeria's part of the building is bright, modern and clean and it all feels safe, so no worries.
A coin-operated laundry facility would be good, instead of paying 10 Euro to have your clothes washed and dried by the staff.
A basic, but very clean and comfortable place to sleep after exploring Ljubljana. It's a 5 minute walk from Preseren Square, which I liked, because it makes you go through the newer parts of town where there are nice restaurants and cafes.
The staff, especially Gregor, was very helpful, welcoming and smartly dressed which is above my expectations for this basic accommodation. Gregor was able to recommend to me several cafes, restaurants and points of interest in the city.
My room was shiny and clean upon arrival and the vibrating recliner chair is a nice touch. I would stay here again. I feel this accommodation is very suitable for backpackers and solo travellers looking for a decent private room instead of a hostel.
The price was ok for me thanks to the favourable exchange rate, but for people whose own currency is the Euro, I think maybe Galeria should consider reducing their prices by 5-10 Euro per night to bring it in line with their competition.