Especially in recent years, hotels are not only the center of comfort, but also of aesthetic design and living. Renowned architects create stunning holiday facilities, and we can boast of quite a few of these in Slovenia as well. We chose the three that impressed us the most.
Hotel Bohinj, Bohinj
Under the latest acquisition of Slovenian hotel tourism, Hotel Bohinj, is signed by the recognized architectural bureau OFIS arhitekti. The old and not very aesthetic hotel got a new look with a thorough renovation, which did not go unnoticed even in the world's architectural circles. The modern architectural ensemble, in dialogue with the quality traditional Bohinj architecture, is reflected in both the wooden facade and the interior. The design concept is based on the story of four brave men who climbed Triglav, and the textile samples were developed for this occasion in the Futuro studio. The corridors resemble the construction of wooden boilers, and the uneven larch ceiling in the entrance hall acts as a structure of furrows and stalactites of the surrounding caves.
Hotel Sotelia rises above the popular thermal complex, combined with the green nature and topography of the terrain. With its rugged structure and green roof, it creates a sense of harmonious connection with the surrounding nature, while the subtle facade does not stand out and lets the forest and meadows have the main say. Ten years after its opening, the hotel underwent a new refresh, with which Sotelia wanted to follow the needs and expectations of guests, which change from year to year. With the renovation, they only upgraded the basic story, which was outlined from the very beginning, and added individual content. Behind the image of the three-story hotel with 145 rooms is the architectural bureau Enota, which is the design manager of the major part of the Olympic complex.
Boutique hotel Vila Planinka it offers its guests an authentic experience of peace and nature, which is also reflected in the interior. The renovation, with which they wanted to attract five guests, is the work of Nimo studio, which relied on indigenous materials, especially wood. The concept of the villa strives to create a feeling of homeliness, warmth, far away from home. In addition to the unique hotel rooms, the experience of peace and the beauty of the surroundings is also reflected in the exceptional view that flirts with the peaks of the Kamnik-Savinj Alps.
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