Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 out of 5
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Families
by A verified traveler from Darlington

Let down by poor service

Posted Jul 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel is an hour by foot or 20 mins by bike from the town, so eating out has to be planned into your day. The rooms are large and the front ones have excellent views of the mountains. However, service is generally poor, so if you do have issues, as we did with breakfasts, don't expect a quick resolution. Overall we do not regret booking this hotel, as the location and high level of comfort was just what we were looking for.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by Antony from Manchester, u.k.

Good for the area

Posted Jun 8, 2013
Pros: Front desk staff and room size
Cons: Sub standard food quality and ambient hotel temperature too hot
Staff great but food transport cafe standard . Buffet very poor standard , stale bread at breakfast, tea coffee via automated machines and generally sad . Dinning room fantastic views , but air con useless and more like a sauna in sunny weather . Hotel generally too warm , June stay . Need a car , easy to find .
5 out of 5
for Couples
by Pete B

Peaceful alpine paradise

Posted Aug 21, 2012 on Hotels.com
Amazing location with fantastic views across the alps! Everything in the hotel is modern and high spec. The pool facilities are very good with reasonable pool for swimming and a hot-tub :-)! The onsite spa is also very good value. The room was very spacious including a balcony although the air conditioning was slightly noisy. There is lots to do in the local area mainly Kranjska Gora although hiring a car is a good idea. Great breakfast selection although restaurant is a little soulless in the evenings, but there are other very good restaurants in the local area, including the pizzeria just over the road! Just a little tip, find the outdoor terrace next to the fitness room on the 3rd floor, you'll see what we mean!
5 out of 5
for Everyone
by Dan from London, UK

Breathtaking alternative to staying in Bled

Posted Jul 27, 2012
Pros: View, food, swimming, service
Cons: Nothing.
Location: Outskirts of small village in spectacular valley between Bled and Kranskja Gora with amazing Alpine views. Clearly signposted from the main road (209)
We stayed at Spik for a romantic getaway after a great deal came up for one of their double rooms. We arrived early and they cleaned the room quickly so we could check in sooner, and this was indicative of the staff's service throughout the stay- they were patient and helpful whenever we had a request. The room was well equipped with a breathtaking view, the restaurant served an incredible range of food at competitive prices (we ate in every evening despite there being other options nearby in the village because we enjoyed it so much). The swimming pool(s) are more suited to families, but they are open late, especially on Fridays, so if you want to swim lengths you will be able to (the whirlpool is highly recommended). Free wifi is available in the reception in other hotspots in the hotel such as near the lifts on every floor. This is useful to briefly check the weather or your emails, but ensures that your romantic getaway doesn't become a business trip, as you can't access it from the rooms. If, like us, you're travelling in the summer, the half-hour drive to Bled is easy and well signposted- we were there during Bled festival and got some great food there during the day. Swimming in the lake is fun, but we would also recommend exploring the area around the hotel, as there are some nice walks along the river and through the countryside surrounding. Staying in this hotel is a great, quieter, more luxurious, but reasonably priced alternative to staying in Bled.