Slovenia’s ski hotels come in all shapes and sizes: big, elegant ones perched on lakesides, small cosy ones in village centres and pretty much everything in between.
Look out for amazing facilities like spas and bowling alleys to make your stay even better.
Most of the Slovenian ski resorts were mountain towns long before the ski lifts arrived, meaning ski in, ski out properties are rare. But they’re not totally unheard of: hotels like The Larix will see you stepping out the front door and right onto the slopes, a snowball’s throw from the ski school meeting point. This is a life-safer if you’re skiing with children, saving you from having to lug their equipment about as well as yours – instead, just clip in, slide off and enjoy the mountains.
As you’d expect in some of the prettiest places in Europe, there are some downright incredible hotels to explore them from. Lake Bled has some legendary 1930’s style properties, positioned just so on the lakeside, while first class hotels in other resorts will see you slap bang in the village centre. Fabulous facilities include panoramic swimming pools, saunas, gyms and relaxation areas, besides bowling alleys and bars for evening fun.
Slovenian ski hotels tend to come on a half board basis, providing your breakfasts and dinners on site to keep things simple. The bigger ones have a number of dining rooms to choose between, often with a speciality restaurant serving regional cuisine in the evenings.
If you’re open with which country you ski in, head over to our main Ski Hotels page where you can filter between thousands of hotels across the planet, or choose from our top Slovenian ski resorts here:
|Hotel||Ski resort||Price (per person)|
|Hotel Kompas 4*||Kranjska Gora||£ 675|
|Ramada Hotel & Suites 4*||Kranjska Gora||£ 695|
|Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora (formerly Hotel Lek) 4*||Kranjska Gora||£ 735|
|Ramada Resort 4*||Kranjska Gora||£ 775|