To help you better understand my reviews, my wife and I are independent travelers in our mid-60s. While we definitely like a bit of luxury and enjoy good food, we usually find five-star hotels and Michelin starred restaurants too pretentious.
You will either love this place, or hate it. Vila Bled was Tito's summer villa, now converted into a hotel. The rooms are large (we were upgraded to a two room suite, as it was the end of the season and the hotel wasn't very full), but a bit.. shabby or historical, depending on your point of view. The furniture reminded me of what my parents, aunts and uncles had in the 1950s -- a sort of mid-century moderne; but of top quality (especially, the wooden pieces like dressers and desks). The bathroom, however, was totally modern and of the highest standard.
The hotel has historical murals in its conference room, paintings and photographs of Tito, and his desk (you can use it!) and a lovely setting away from the tourist sprawl at the head of Lake Bled.
The food in the dining room is very good, but since the hotel wasn't very full and many people choose to eat elsewhere, it had a sort of dead feeling. Maybe it is more lively in high season.
Rumor has it that the hotel is going to be upgraded -- it would benefit from a pool (for example). I just hope they don't destroy the historical ambience.