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Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora
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Reviewed 21 July 2014

The hotel is set at the edge of the village amidst stunning mountain scenery. The superior room we had booked was large and very comfortable and well worth paying the extra. The food at both breakfast and dinner was very good. There was a large choice from the hot and cold buffets and staff constantly replenished the plates. Each evening there was a choice of wine, beer or soft drink at a very reduced price. Usually between 5-8 euros for a bottle of wine. Every member of staff we spoke to was pleasant and did everything possible to ensure you had a good stay. Everyone was smiling and spoke very good English. We couldn't fault our stay. The town is fairly small but has a number of bars and hotels. However we were there to walk and enjoy the stunning scenery. The Tourist Information office sells walking maps showing the numbered trails which are very easy to follow and there are numerous cycle routes. The local buses are also very useful if you wish to start a walk from a more distant point. We will certainly return for another holiday and wouldn't think of staying anywhere else but the Lek.

Room Tip: Worth paying the extra for a superior room.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Annon186353
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Reviewed 10 July 2014

WOW. this place offers a stunning view of the snow capped mountains of the Julian alps and bordering Austria and Italy. the hotel is charming. the most friendly staff and great surroundings. the rooms were great. the meals were amazing, try there leak soup. its a great place to walk around as you are clos to everything. will def return

Room Tip: ask for top floor as you have stunning skyline views
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank stevie_rich1
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Reviewed 24 June 2014

Good hotel, stayed in superior room on back (1st floor), less of a view but lovely and quiet (the other side overlooks tennis courts) and had a balcony. Excellent room, lots of storage, and very recently refurbished.
Dinner was "samey", buffet style but we ate out 3 times. Generally a good standard. Easy walk into the old town. Staff very helpful and friendly. Try to speak a little Slovenian, even if it's only Good day (Dobro Dan). Good selection of food for breakfast, but the omelette "chef" was often on other duties in the kitchen.

Room Tip: On 1st floor, overlooking the town is better if you want a quieter night.
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank StuartH2
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Reviewed 14 June 2014

We stayed in a superior room which had a separate spacious shower room & toilet with a powerful shower. There is a small passageway leading to the bedroom with two big wardrobes (plenty of hangers), and cupboard space behind the mirror There's also plenty of space for luggage. The bedroom is spacious, and there is also a spacious balcony.
The staff were friendly and helpful an most spoke adequate to very good English. There is a good indoor swimming pool / health centre. A big dining room, outside terraces and balconies, and a downstairs bar and cafe. (Closes at 2200, though.)
The minor disappointment was the buffet food - plenty of it and a good choice, but exposed perhaps too long on the serving counters.
Well placed on the edge of the town and adjacent to tennis courts.

Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
2  Thank downingman
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

This hotel is in a fantastic location with beautiful mountain views and convenient for all local amenities . Hotel staff were friendly and helpful . The hotel was spotlessly clean and rooms were beautifully serviced daily. Beds were very comfortable. Bedroom and bathroom were quite spacious.
Food wise Buffet breakfast was fine with plenty of choice but it was all self service and tea and coffee was from a machine rather than served at the table which was not what you expect from a 4 star hotel. Evening meals were disappointing hot food was only tepid and often rather dried out. Salad was fine but I'm sure the veg was frozen rather than fresh. Dinner was rather school dinner like . Wine in the restaurant was good and very reasonably priced but the hotel would not serve tap water telling us it was against regulations (water in the rooms was ok to drink).
If like us you have an eaves room the lift only goes to the first floor leaving a couple of flights of stairs to carry cases up and down ,there are also stairs up to the front door of the hotel and stairs from the reception to the lift.
There were some strange rules , you could not take drinks from the hotel bar to the restaurant ,you could not buy wine by the glass in the restaurant and the same bottle of wine in the bar cost more than double the price charged in the restaurant.
We stayed a week and on the last evening ate in the town . Twice during our stay two different coach parties arrived and stayed just one night on a b&b basis. This would be a good place for a stopover for large parties and was obviously a regular coach stop but it meant a busy breakfast room and a queue for the coffee machine.
I didn't use the pool or jacuzzi but reports from friends who did were very positive.
I would happily return to kranjska gora but would not stay at this hotel due to the food.

  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with friends
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3  Thank thecriticalcook
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