We stayed at the Grand Hotel Prisank for one week. We had a mountain view which I highly recommend as on the first full night we got to witness and thunderstorm with lightning happening on the mountain tops whilst we sat warm and snug on the balcony.
I'd say the age divide in this hotel is 85% 55+ and 15+ under though this isn't anything to be put off by. Me and my finance are both in our late twenties and we had a great time. Other resorts in Kranjska Gora seemed to have a more even age divide so on the excursion trips there's more of a mix especially on the Venice trip where no SAGA guest were present.
The hotel did buffet style meals and through our Inghams package holiday deal we got a free packed lunch as well. Breakfast was what you'd expect fruit, cereal, fried goods and pastries. Personally I favoured the pancakes as I found the fried things to greasy. There's tea and coffee to drink as well as herbal tea and fruit juice. the glasses for juice are very small and thin. So I found it took quite a lot of trips to get hydrated in the mornings. Packed lunches we sandwiches, wafers water and fruit. the fruit was rock hard but if you left it it your room for a couple of days the nectarines would eventually soften. For dinner there was quite a selection some night better than others. the translation of the vegetable soups I found to be interesting, courgette soup was labelled as pumpkin soup and carrot soup wasn't named in English on the sign.
The hotel its self was clean and well kept they had a poole table which was fun and the staff where very helpful and willing to assist with any requests.
I've rated in 3 stars because the rooms were hot and stuff of an evening and when we we trying to sleep. On the first night we weren't given a choice of wine and the red wine we were given tasted like dessert wine which isn't suitable to go with dinner. (We had white for the rest of the stay which was nicer but we found even better wines in the bars around the town).
Also the dinners weren't what I'd rate as 4 or 5 star.
The a joining swimming pool that is free to guests was lovely never that busy. We both got Thia back and foot massages whilst there very good after a few days up the mountain.
I'd still recommend it to friends it was a lovely holiday great day trips and Dobs the tour rep was lovely and helpful.
Tip: Either take a towel with you to the swimming pool or its 1.50 euros to borrow one whilst your there.
Tip: Take a camera on the chair lift fantastic views on the way down.
Tip: For wine lovers, there's a lovely wine bar near the bus stop which does amazing wine for less than a euro.
Tip: To the right of the hotel there's a bar that sells lots of different Pukka teas.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ramada hotel & suites Kranjska Gora has become one of the most remarkable architectural elements of Kranjska Gora for its fascinating presentation. The comfortably furnished rooms offering a view of the mountains, combined with the exquisite furnishing of the hotel, make it a perfect place, especially for tranquil guests expecting the best comfort from their holidays. The hotel lies within a mere 100 metres from the ski slopes, yet right at the heart of all town activities due to its location next to the main promenade. ... more less
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