Renovated in 2006, the 205-room, four-star Hotel International is actually something like 4.5 stars. The minimalist lobby and café-bar is awash in gleaming polished marble and attractive abstract art. There are gold-leaf chandeliers. The bedrooms are big, wireless and immaculate with sleek, modern, wooden furniture, comfy beds and flat-screen TVs. Just a quick walk east takes you to Lisinski Concert Hall. A ten-minute tram ride on No.13 takes you to the main square. Dark glass cladding provides the hotel’s 1970s-era exterior with a contemporary sheen.