Ramada Hotel and Suites Kranjska Gora

At the Ramada Hotel and Suites Kranjska Gora, you’ll get great views of the Julian Alps throughout your stay. Inside, the rooms are modern and spacious, and they’re a great place to relax after a day of exploring.

Next door to the hotel, there’s the Aqua Larix swimming pool complex, which is free to use throughout your stay. There’s also a spa here that you can pay to use.

For meals, the large restaurant serves big buffets for breakfast and dinner. There’s also a weekly Slovenian dinner where you can try the local food. After, head to the bar for your favourite tipple.

Overview of Kranjska Gora

Kranjska Gora is an incredibly popular location with people searching for holidays to Slovenia. If you’re a lover of the outdoors, then this is the ideal destination for you, as you can ski, cycle and ramble as you take in the phenomenal views.

The resort is particularly popular in winter, when the world-class skiing facilities are at their best. But, it’s also popular with families during the summer when lush greenery is everywhere you look. You can explore the Alpine valleys, visit Triglav National Park and spend days at Lake Jasna.

Things to do in Kranjska Gora

The Ramada Hotel and Suites Kranjska Gora is right in the heart of the resort.

In winter, most people head to the slopes. In the midst of the skiing season, there are 18 different skiing routes to suit people of all abilities and plenty of instructors to show you the ropes.

In summer, Lake Jasna is a particularly popular location. It’s a great spot if you’re not an experienced walker because a lot of the trails are flat and surround the lake. You can also lounge on the beach if you prefer.

At the Ramada Hotel and Suites Kranjska Gora, all of this beautiful regions’s best bits are just a short stroll away.

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.​