Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora

The Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora is a charming alpine-style hotel that’s incredibly popular with British guests.

The hotel comes with a large indoor pool area and lots of spa facilities, so it’s ideal for treating yourself after a hard day on the mountains. There’s also a separate pool for kids where the whole family can splash around.

At mealtimes, you can enjoy a taste of authentic Slovenia or international favourites. The restaurant has a lively, sociable atmosphere during buffet breakfasts and evening meals. There’s also a coffee shop at the hotel that uses a cake recipe that’s 100 years old!

Overview of Kranjska Gora

Kranjska Gora is one of the most popular destinations with people booking holidays to Slovenia. And as soon as you arrive at the Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora, you’ll see exactly why. The skiing facilities are particularly amazing and the resort regularly hosts international events.

There’s plenty to do outside the winter months, though. You can jump on a bike and explore the Alpine valleys or take a hike around Triglav National Park. The area has over 100 kilometres of hiking trails, so you’ll never struggle for somewhere to explore.

Things to do in Kranjska Gora

The Best Western Hotel Kranjska Gora is set at the foot of the Julian Alps. It’s in a great location for exploring the area and visiting the picturesque Lake Jasna.

The lake is particularly popular with families, as many of its trails are suited to children. The area was also renovated in 2015 and a beach has been added, so you can enjoy the sunshine, take a dip or even jump off the diving platform!

Once the resort receives its first snowfall, it really comes alive. It has 18 ski slopes, plus plenty of instructors who can show you the ropes.

Whether you want to hike, ski or swim, Kranjska Gora is a great resort for a Slovenian getaway.


Resort Summary

If you head on Kranjska Gora holidays in the summer or warmer months, hiking and cycling are some of the most fun things to do. The resort and surrounding area have a huge number of trails that are perfect beginners, and more difficult hikes that require specialist equipment and a guide.

If a leisurely stroll through the beautiful landscape is too slow-paced, head off on a muscle-burning quest into the Alpine valleys. You have over 100km of hiking trails to choose from, all of them winding around the untouched wilderness that surrounds Kranjska Gora. If you’re bringing children, you’ll find plenty of trails that are suited to little legs too! Stick to the well-maintained paths or go off-roading up the steep mountain passes.​