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22 Sep-23 Sep
This was my second stay at this hotel. Got a free upgrade. The room was great and the breakfast was excellent. Although wifi was not working/not in range during both of my stays (different rooms&floors each time).
22 Sep-23 Sep
Well located for old town. Room was spacious. Parking garage very small and difficult to manoeuvre with limited spaces, but at least it was free. Breakfast was okay but not really 4 star and they struggled to replace food fast enough when busy. Overall, fine, but a bit expensive for what it is.
22 Sep-23 Sep
Everything's perfect! It has a great location with only a few minutes walk to the main bus/train station and also a short walking distance to city centre. All the staff are nice, friendly and helpful. Rooms are new, very clean with comfy bed, nice shower, nice TV, and even a good hairdryer! You'll ...
22 Sep-23 Sep
This hotel is an incredible position. Walk out the front door and into the water. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. The hotel is tired on the inside and is due for a refurbishment. We had a suite, which I recommend that had a huge terrace with the best view. The room was huge, separate living ...
1 Sep-2 Sep
Clean, quiet, comfortable room. Helpful and pleasant staff. Convenient location. Variety of breakfast selections, including scrambled eggs. I was not disturbed a bit by being right next door to the Hospital
Slovenia is roughly the size of Wales but this small country manages to pack in snow-capped peaks, vibrant cities, enchanting green rivers, a cuisine that successfully fuses the best of its neighbouring countries, mysterious caves, deep forests, endearingly rustic villages and a Venetian-style coastline. Whew, you are not going to be short of things to do and see with a hotel in Slovenia! Outdoor activities come to the fore with skiing, walking and cycling very popular in the beautiful Julian Alps and other mountainous areas. Yet the Art Nouveau delights, nightlife and restaurants of the capital, Ljubljana, give you plenty of excuses to take a break from all those breathtaking natural views every now and again.
Ljubljana - Book a hotel in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital; a knowingly hip city that offers Art Nouveau architecture, a fantastic dining scene and plenty of lively spots to dance the night away in.
Southwest Slovenia - Book a hotel in a region that is dominated by the coast, with rolling hills, caves and Venetian-style resorts to explore. Piran is a little bit of Italy on the Slovenian coast whilst the caves at Škocjan are a UNESCO-listed cave system that includes the highest cave hall in Europe, a massive gorge spanned by a tiny bridge, waterfalls and stunning stalactites and stalagmites.
Northwest Slovenia - The mighty Julian Alps dominate this region but it is the achingly beautiful Lake Bled that draws the crowds to its lakeside hotels. At Bled a Baroque chapel sits marooned on a picturesque island framed by the looming presence of a dramatic castle that has seemed to leap from the pages of a fairy tale.
Logar Valley Natural Park — In the north of the country lies one of the most beautiful alpine valleys on earth. The team at the Lonely Planet, no less, have described it as "a land of incomparable beauty".
The harmonious beauty of the capital is matched by the harmonious beauty of Lake Bled - both reveal in different ways just how charming Slovenia can be. The snow-capped Julian Alps offer incomparable vistas over Slovenia’s varied landscape whilst the gushing waterfalls and impressive cave halls in the southwest are sights to get your heart racing.
Explore the caves, relax in fashionable coastal resorts, hit the clubs of the capital or lose yourself in forest: the choice of things to do in Slovenia is endless. Join the Italians cycling through the Alps, if your leg muscles can take the slopes, or set off on a hike through deep forests. If this all sounds too active why not see it all from a hot air balloon or simply picnic by Lake Bled? Keep yourself going with hearty portions of Slovenian cuisine which borrows a little something from each of its neighbours in Italy, Austria, Hungary and the Balkans.