On this trip, I met one of the most friendly barmen I have ever met in my entire life. He was incredibly friendly and helped make the holiday as sensational as it was. The hotel was fantastic, my family made friends will all of the staff there as they're very nice people.
The barman, named "Dalibor Jozić". He was phenomenal with children and always focused on their holiday as well as the drinks provided at his bar to the adults. He would make extra efforts to make the children happy at the bar by constructing items like paper-planes and giving them paper to colour and draw on. Personally my little cousin (five years old) thoroughly enjoyed his evenings around the bar as he could participate with other children with paper-planes. He was a extremely giving man and always wanted to satisfy other people's needs before his own. Dalibor would teach some of the younger children to make non-alcoholic cocktails and how to get the ingredients at home, in England. This man was much more than the stereotypical barman. I personally would stay up late from skiing in the evenings to talk to him about things in the world. Whilst getting trapped into a comfortable and divine conversation with him, you'd learn so much about him and the life outside of England. The cultures and traditions us Brits don't often see. Dalibor made everyone in the bar feel secure as he'd treat them all like a family. He was more than a ordinary person, he was a kind and generous friend to everyone.
The meals were extraordinary, we'd be presented with different meals and new dishes everyday. Breakfast was great, the options were endless as there was a wide variation of foods to eat with to start your day. "Alessio," an Italian waiter made our meals not just delicious but also a good laugh as he'd always respectively make small jokes and intertwine with our family's antics. The variation of meals in the evening really shows how simple minded us Brits really are. The variation was good, we felt like trying a new food every evening was fantastic, regardless whether we liked it or not, it has to be a good thing to try something new. People who complained may have not liked the food but honestly this showed how bad us Brits are at trying new things.
Finally, to conclude, it was a good hotel and it made a holiday a good holiday! Dalibor defiantly made this hotel worth visiting. He was a close and incredibly generous man at the bar. I thoroughly enjoyed being in his presence
- Also Known As:
- Crystal Sportiv Hotel Obergurgl
- Deutschmann Hotel Obergurgl