Hotel Park - Sava Hotels & Resorts4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
There is no better accomodation on Bled lake,when it comes to location. Hotel is situated directly on promenade. Double Rooms are nice,big enough even with a child,great balcony in each room. Breakfast and diner are great too,big variety of dishes. Staff very kind. Spa is ok, but if you need something better you can use free of charge bigger spa Ziva in brother hotel Golf just 2,3 minutes away from Park hotel. I recommend and I would always come back to this hotel.
Nice staff with a beautiful view of the lake and surrounded areas. Perfect location to explore around. However, the cleanliness in the bedroom and the toilet is not good enough. Also the food is acceptable.
If you are lucky enough to get a room with a view of Lake Bled you will enjoy a wonderful view of the lake, the island and Bled Castle. Rooms are clean and comfortable and the location is excellent. Breakfast provides a variety of choices but the service is very slow, tables are not cleared in a timely manner but that may be due to low staff numbers.
A very comfortable hotel with exceptionally helpful staff. Fantastic views of the lake, castle and village from the upper floor balconies facing the lake. Restaurant and public spaces a little soulless but friendly staff made up for it. Special mention for Vladka at reception who dealt with all our queries so brilliantly.
Nice weekend at the beautiful Bled. We stayed at the Park and we are very satisfied with the service and staff. We recommend to everyone. We would recommend Bled when the weather is cooler because it nicer atmosphere.
We were lucky to stay in Bled over Christmas and the location of this hotel is outstanding, literally on the edge of the lake. It is a huge place, but it isn't too impersonal. Ok, the buffet food is catering to the masses but it isn't bad, with at least one local choice a day. The rooms were spacious, clean and warm (needed when the temperatures drop on a night). Would recommend reserving a lake facing room if possible. We didn't but wish we had. Would certainly go back if to visit Bled again (which is beautiful)
After a busy week we wanted a nice relaxing weekend in interesting surroundings and Lake Bled looked quite enchanting so we booked two nights at the Park Hotel. It was an absolute disaster and the problems started less than two hours after our arrival. I am a trained pianist and classical organist and whenever I visit a hotel which has a piano in a public area I like to play it. I have never yet been refused; indeed on occasion I have been asked in bars to continue to play in order to entertain the assembled company - and favoured with drinks on the house for doing so. Evidently I represented "good value for value" for the management for providing entertainment. Until here. There is a baby grand in the main hall so I went over to it to be greeted by a placard on the top which stated "it is not permitted to touch the piano". This sort of thing is not unusual as management would need to be cautious before allowing just anyone to mess about. I went over to the reception desk a matter of feet away where I asked the rather "bruiser looking" man if I could play the piano. In very terse terms he told me it was not permitted. I asked him why and he said it was reserved for professional musicians. What? How dare he make such a presumption. I wonder how many weeks of training are given to receptionists to recognise an individual as not a trained musician. I have really never been so insulted and was totally disgusted by such treatment. Is this how they like to treat their guests? I asked who I would have to ask and he said "ask at the bar" so are we to understand that the barman is able to give permission? I was so upset by this exchange that I abandoned the matter but of course every single time I passed this piano it resurrected this most unpleasant incident and I could not wait to leave the hotel. The stay was totally ruined. This was not the only complaint. The dining experience was bad too. On going to the dining room on the first evening, the man who was probably the head waiter, who by the way was the spitting image of an English actor who runs a cafe in Manchester in an English soap, led us to a table in a sort of alcove out of sight of a large portion of the dining room, This was obviously the LGBT section of the restaurant where we, as two gentlemen, were seated next to the other table in the alcove occupied by a couple of lesbians. I realise that not everybody can cope with people like us but to shuffle us into an invisible corner is really hardly appropriate. Whether this was a move to place "birds of a feather together", or to keep us "out of sight" is of course not known. I move on to the food. We found it pretty poor. Actually the whole thing reminded me of eating at a British motorway service station. The food was hardly "quality", generally stew type things and items which you could stick into a hot container and leave for an hour or two. Of course even if it starts good, it drys out and becomes very unappetising. It was all rather basic. Breakfast was much the same; the cooked items were dried out. There were fried eggs in one pot and they looked utterly disgusting! They were rock hard and looked quite inedible. The scrambled egg was more like concrete than egg and certainly not of a good quality at all. On the second evening for dinner there was a sort of prawn salad which looked okay but was in fact rather flavourless. To my astonishment this was served up again at breakfast the following morning. As were a huge amount of the other items. The wine list was odd too. There were only four red wines on the list, two at €24.90 and another two up in the €40s. We chose the cabernet sauvignon and it was okay. On the second night we ordered the same wine again. It was completely different - not even the same wine shipper! They really did not have clue. Let's move on to the room. It was okay - nothing very special and not four star standard. No choice of pillows; no tea making equipment; lack of plugs to plug your equipment in; no "are there any things you have forgotten?". The bathroom was not well designed. If you sat on the toilet you would burn your knee on the radiator which was basically not avoidable. Also the grouting alongside the bath was black with filth. Really this was so bad it should have been replaced with new. The towels were small and not of high quality. Also the heating was too hot; we actually had to open the window at night to cool it down - with outside temperatures sub zero! There was a "rooftop" bar. We went up and found this tiny little bar with seating for about a half a dozen people. There were windows with the nice view over the lake. It was just you could not see it because no one had bothered to remove the snow off the glass. There was a young man, evidently a member of staff up there at the wellness centre who was sitting around talking to the bar maid most of time. Pity he could not find 5 minutes to clear the glass so we could actually enjoy the view. What we found in fact was that everything of any value was charged extra - e.g. the sauna. The staff looked amongst the most miserable ever; no one ever smiled. As a result the guests looked pretty miserable too. I have thought about this hotel. Can I think of anything nice to say about it? No. It certainly is not a four star standard.
Not a looker, but a very comfortable, clean hotel. The bedroom was too warm for me without opening the window. A lakeside room is quieter. The food was varied, freshly cooked with an excellent choice of healthy salads, fruit and vegetables. A good balance to those naughty desserts. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel was well equipped with a gym, pool and Thai massage.
Two friends and I stayed at the Park Hotel for two nights in January, and were impressed with its location. It is right on the Lake Bled, which made walking to Bled Castle, walking the perimeter of Lake Bled, and walking to the Christmas market very easy and accessible. We did all three during our two days in Bled, and were happy to be so close to these tourist attractions. The hotel is also adjacent to a bank, bars, and restaurants, which is convenient. The hotel staff were kind and helpful. They spoke English well, helped us with a map and directions to walk to Bled Castle, and replaced our keys when they suddenly stopped working mid-stay. The rooms were okay, and felt slightly like a cruise ship, but we did not mind too much, as we were there to explore and not to spend tons of time in a hotel room. We were happy to have a safe to keep our valuables and a balcony with a beautiful view of Lake Bled and the castle. Other than that, the room was fine and fairly basic. The hotel offers free wifi and there were three electrical outlets in the room. All in all, if you're looking for a great location, this hotel is definitely for you.
The hotel has the best view of the lake and the mountaines. The atention was helpfull all the time. Wi fi worked all the time well in the room. The balkon was amazing to seat there and to stare the lake. I asked for room service a couple of times and was fast. The thing I did not like was the tax which I did not know It was not included, It was 40 Euro, that´s the highest rate I ever paid for taxes in Europe. There is a minibar in the room and the bed was so confortable. Another thing to improve is try to have enough Bled Cake all the time in the bar inside the hotel, if the bar is open till late you have to offer it all the time.
Located within a 5-minute walk of Festival Hall, Hotel Park - Sava Hotels & Resorts is within a 15-minute stroll of St. Martin's Parish Church. This 217-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Also close to this Bled hotel are Bled Castle and Lake Bled.
Free breakfast is included with your stay. You can enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the onsite restaurant for a bite to eat.
The 217 rooms have balconies and safes. Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also included.
Guests of Hotel Park - Sava Hotels & Resorts have access to an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with luggage storage, and answer any questions about the area. This hotel also has free WiFi in public areas.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 954 reviews