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Reviewed December 26, 2018 via mobile

The food was very good but when it ran out as it was a buffet, there was no refill. The staff was ok. It needs to have a serious refurbishment as everything is old. Shower pressure was very good but rooms are not clean at all. The carpet has a lot of stains as well as the blankets. (I fear that the blankets are not washed every time). There is a beautiful view from the balcony of the hotel and it is really close to lake bled. Also, noises from outside of the hotel can interfere with your sleeping even if you’re in level 3. It is not expensive so I suggest it if you are booking the hotel only for sleeping and eating and most of the day out.

Date of stay: December 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank IsabelleSultana
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Reviewed November 3, 2018

The hotel is nicely located along Lake Bled which is a landmark lake which probably made the hotel a choice for our stay around the lake. I have no complaint about the location, but this hotel happens to be the most unpopular one among our whole tour group. The services in the hotel, apart from the room cleansing service, were so minimal that they rank the lowest among all hotels where we went for the whole photography tour in Slovenia and Italy. Our rooms have a balcony with a door and window between the balcony and the bedroom, but the doors and windows looked a little shabby and require replacement. The room I had 3 single beds inside and it was so basic that everything was just adequate and no more. Free wi-fi connection was there but again this gave us no exceptional surprise. Major upgrading of this hotel with more workers, better renovation and better staff training will serve to meet the usual guests' expectation. There was no major complaint against the hotel restaurant food, but we all could feel the marked difference between the service attitude and presumably the staff training behind in this hotel and in the hotels we stayed in Dolomities of Italy.

Room tip: Rooms in all directions are ok overall
Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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1  Thank Teruce
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Reviewed September 23, 2018

Best renamed Hotel Grim, this Soviet-era monolithic block in Bled had clearly seen better days, when Brezhnev and Tito ran things and all was right with the Communist world.

The faces at reception were dour and unsmiling. To be fair, the younger ones made an effort, but first impressions are vital.

The low-ceilinged breakfast room, unimaginatively decorated, had the air of a school canteen or prison dining-room - so much so that the cereal bowl on top of the pile at breakfast had old food stuck on it unnoticed by the staff. However, the real horrors lay upstairs, where it was clear that no attempt at refurbishment or redecoration had been made for years. Chipboard had been screwed round the wall to hide a multitude of sins. My partner, who has experience of such things, thought that the carpet underlay had perished, as there was an acrid, unpleasant smell of burning tyres. Broken glass in the balcony door had been replaced by a piece of two-ply hardboard coated in peeling varnish. Outside the door, there was a loose screw in the door surround.

The bathroom was fairly clean though there was rust at the bottom of the shower tray and the hand-basin leaked.

The whole place exuded a sad air of neglect and what might have been a faded glory, a place that might have hosted Party congresses from across Yugoslavia now welcomes, if that is the right word, package coach tours from China, Korea, Russia - and Malta and struggles to pretend it is still one of the leading hotels in this undoubtedly beautiful tourist location.

This place needs investment and a rethink of its profile - and most of all, some basic TLC.

Room tip: The best tip is to avoid this hotel.
Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Derek W
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Reviewed September 19, 2018

The only positive thing is the location of the hotel close to the Bled center. Very old building, very old furnishings in the rooms, tv not working, better to forget the staff, breakfast room something similar to a canteen. Beds uncomfortable as well as the noise coming from the street.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank armrinaldi
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Reviewed September 18, 2018 via mobile

This hotel is located at the beginning of the town and has easy access to the Main Street. It is very dated and in need of refurbishment.
The rooms overlooked Bled Castle which was lit up lovely at night
The room was tidy but dusty, and the room keys are very hard to manipulate in the locks, (I would be concerned if there was a fire how quickly you could get the door open).
The shower was amazing with a good temperature and pressure.
The breakfast was good with a reasonable selection.
The hotel is suitable for disabled guests providing you can obtain a disabled room as the doorways in the normal bathrooms would not suit a wheelchair.

Date of stay: September 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Matryn7856
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