See why so many travelers make Hotel Mangart their hotel of choice when visiting Bovec. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Fort Hermann (2.0 mi), located nearby, makes Hotel Mangart a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Bovec landmark.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Hotel Mangart, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Bovec's popular Mediterranean restaurants such as Restaurant Hotel Mangart Bovec and Hotel Alp Restaurant, all a short distance from Hotel Mangart.
Bovec is also home to Ravelnik Open Air Museum, a popular historic site that is not too far from Hotel Mangart.
At Hotel Mangart, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Bovec.
We stayed for 2 nights in August. The room was clean and spacious with a nice balcony, which also had nice views. The nights were calm and quiet. The breakfast was very modest with very little variety, there were no fresh vegetables or cheese and not vegeterian friendly. The location was good, close to the city centre.
We came here with Slovenian tourist vouchers and were treated badly from the first moment. There were troubles with reservation, because of the prepayment but we went on with it. When we came here it all went downhill. The staff was rude, the shower couldn’t close completely. The rooms were nice and clean but not worth the money. The breakfast was really a disaster. There was absolutely no choice in food. I get the Corona virus and all, but this was next level. You could get some yogurt, some pastries, cherry tomatoes and cereal. But cereal was prepared in advance and then you just pour milk over it. I personally always put milk first and then mix two different cereals. Here this was not possible. I thought okay, at least there is juice. Well no, it was pineapple, cherry and apple “juice”. Later when we already sat down, the waitress came and said that we can also choose between omelette and “meat plate” - salami. Never would I expect that I would have to choose between these two. So we took one of each. The omelette was quite good, but the salami was the cheapest from the store and I got just two slices of cheese. They also brought us the basket with 5 mini slices of bread. This is definitely not what I expect from 120€ per night. We slept in the same region for half the price and got a better service and waaay better breakfast. At least what they could do is to not be rude to their guests! …
We stayed 2 nights spending the Slovenian tourist vouchers. The room was ok but breakfast quite disappointing. It is served in the basement in a gloomy atmosphere, the self-service options are next to none apart from yoghurt and some sweets, and the "real" breakfast comes served as a choice between two options, one being "narezek", a plate of salami and ham slices, and the second an egg dish such as omelette. The salami and ham were of poorest supermarket quality, and the guest should better not deviate from what is on offer. "Could I get a boiled egg?" "A fried egg?" "Some cheese?" "Some vegetables, such as tomato or cucumber?" Nope, the cook did not prepare this. Likewise, all beverages come from two machines, one for so-called juices (not!) and one for coffee-like things. For 130 € per room/night, Hotel Mangart really should try harder.…
This was a nice hotel, with good service. Everything was clean and well kept. To step out on the balcony in the morning, and see the fog slowly lifting, revealing the mountains behind it. The insight restaurant was good and had a nice selection for breakfast.
We stayed here during one of Europe's 2019 heatwaves when the temperature was around 35. We did not think that a hotel in the Julian Alps would have air conditioning, so we expected an uncomfortable night. To our surprise the rooms did have AC and we all slept well. The Hotel is located on the edge of Bovec with pastures and clear views of the mountains around it. It is a 5-10 minute walk to the restaurants and shops in Bovec, but there is a small market just across the street. The rooms were comfortable and clean. There was also a patio/porch (depending on your floor) for each room to enjoy the view. The breakfast was just okay.