Kind of mixed feelings on the hotel, with some positive and some negative aspects.
On the positive side, the hotel was clean, bright and warm - especially important given it was -11 outside. The staff (what little I saw of them were polite) and efficient. The hotel is also cheap with free WiFi in the rooms (when it works). It's a quaint hotel that has obviously seen some recent modernisation.
On the negative, the hotel, for my stay, was empty bar me! And I do mean I was the only guest, which whilst it meant it was quiet, it also meant that the hotel was more or less wound down. The bar was closed on both nights of my trip. I had a late check-in (before 10pm) and the hotel was locked up. I needed to ring the bell for a few minutes to get in. On my second night, I stood outside the hotel in subzero temperatures, ringing the bell, knocking on windows for at least 10 minutes. In the end, I had to phone the hotel to ask someone to let me in!
There isn't an iron in the hotel - and I don't mean in the room, I mean in the whole hotel. I needed to iron a shirt, so in the end had to send it out to be ironed which cost €5.
Breakfast was on the edge of being OK (the only meals I ate), with just one table set in the restaurant, especially for their sole guest. Bread could have been fresher, my boiled egg was severely undercooked and after that it was a pre-selection of processed meats and cheese put on a plate for you, an apple which was a few days old and a warm natural yoghurt, which was sitting on the table all morning in anticipation of my arrival. The coffee was good though.
Would I stay again? Well given it's the only hotel in Kamnik I guess the answer is yes - if I was staying in the town again. It's cheap and comfortable and the room, with WiFi is not the worst place in the world to pass away some time.
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