- Half Board
- Magnificent location in resort centre
- Fantastic pool complex, the Aqua Larix, includes an indoor pool & separate children's pool.
- Superb wellness centre
- High quality bedrooms, many with great views of the mountains
Formerly known as the Hotel Larix, the Ramada Resort is in a fantastic location - simply step out of the hotel and you are directly on to the slopes and ski school meeting point. Great for couples and groups alike, the hotel boasts a wonderful indoor swimming pool complex called the 'Aqua Larix,' with some excellent wellness facilities.
Formerly known as the Hotel Larix, the Ramada Resort is in a fantastic location -
simply step out of the hotel and you are directly on to the slopes and
ski school meeting point. Great for couples and groups alike, the hotel
boasts a wonderful indoor swimming pool complex called the 'Aqua Larix,'
with some excellent wellness facilities.
Superb position at the foot of pistes · village centre nearby.
Rooms: 120 Bedrooms
Rooms for 2 people on half board sharing a twin or double room with private shower, WC and a balcony. Twin or double rooms with restricted view are available at reduced prices. Twin or double rooms with balcony and mountain view are available with a supplement. Some of these room types will take a third camp bed, although this is only suitable for a child under 10 and space may be very limited. All rooms have a cable TV, safe and hairdryer.
Meals: Half Board
Buffet breakfast · buffet style evening meals with daily salad, hors d'oeuvres and dessert buffets · New Year's Eve gala dinner included.
Free use of the indoor swimming pool complex, the Aqua Larix including 2 pools, children's pool and massage jets · extra charge for Turkish bath, sauna, infrared sauna, solarium, whirlpool, Vita Centre, for massage and relaxation treatments · casino · ski lockers available · internet access · lift to all floors · 120 bedrooms.
Third beds in triple rooms at the Hotel Larix are camp beds, only suitable for children under 10 years inclusive and restrict room space considerably.
Special Offers from December 2014 - April 2015:
Book before 14 Aug 2014 and get £20 per adult off the brochure price for all departures.
About Kranjska Gora
Kranjska Gora is Slovenia's biggest and premier resort. It's near the Austrian and Italian borders and has 30km of pistes, which are reasonable for all bar advanced skiers. The lift system is old but queues are not too bad. The skiing is best suited to young families who are looking to learn, as there is a very good ski school. Accommodation and food are of great value and there is a fine selection of après-ski and off-snow activities. The resort itself has a degree of Austrian charm about it, while the people are very helpful and friendly.
Overall, Kranjska Gora is a relaxed venue ideal for beginners on a budget – perhaps best described as 'cheap and cheerful'. It is only 60km from Ljubljana, Slovenia's capital, which is well worth a visit in its own right. Ljubljana also offers an international airport.