Travelled with my dad. Stayed for a week via Thomsons in a village view room with balcony. The room was fine, not ultra luxury but a mini bar/fridge, modern shower room and large flatscreen tv. The view did look over the village and also some mountains in the background. Also overlooked the Vopa Bar, the liveliest bar in town, you could hear the chatter but not too loud and good for people watching. The mountain view rooms were an extra supplement and did seem to get more sun in the evening and maybe less sunlight in the morning but for £70 more maybe worth it, maybe not. Room was spotlessly clean and you got robe and slippers to walk to the pool in and use there which was a nice addition. The meals were good, probably not uk 4* but pretty much was expected. Id say the breakfasts were better than the evenign meal but there was still plenty of options in the evening, and I dont eat meat so wanst sure if this would be the case. Id say if you get there early its better as they sometimes didnt replenish when an item had gone, but we never went hungry!
The only downside was the price of drinks, wine particularly in the restaurant, it put us off ordering as at 16 euro a bottle was a bit much. Esp when a bottle of wine was as little as 1 euro in the supermarket (a decent one was 4 euro). My tip would be buy from supermarket and sit on balcony!
The pool complex was great and we were lucky to have good weather so sunbathed at the ned of the day and did a few lengths before dinner most nights.
The staff and Slovenes in general were lovely and spoke English very well.
The internet in the lobby is free and good for checking weather etc
Hotel has mixture of nationalities staying there.
Resort in general was very good, with lots of bars, cafes and a few shops, although it wasnt main season so beware that the buses to Vrsic pass dont run from september so if you want to get up there you can get a taxi from hotel reception for 25 euros, or see Jay (english guy) behind the tourist info who will run you up in minibus for 10 euro a couple. We managed to hitch back down twice.
- Also Known As:
- Larix Hotel Kranjska Gora
- Larix Kranjska Gora
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right at the bottom of a ski slope, which is the starting point for all the Kranjska Gora trails, you will find the comfortable and friendly Larix hotel, totally renovated two years ago. Its nicely furnished rooms with their view of the slopes are a promise of a cosy and beautiful holiday, whereas bathing in the water park offering a panoramic view of the surrounding snow-covered slopes is an unforgettable experience, especially in winter.The hotel is only 100 metres away from the centre of Kranjska Gora and its 118 four-star rooms provide everything you need for a relaxing break (shower/ WC, cable TV and radio, mini bar, direct phone line). The beds can be separate and most rooms have a balcony. ... more less
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