The Triglav Hotel is on a slope above the lake a short distance from the heart of Bled, detached from the hustle and bustle of the town centre. The atmospheric boutique hotel is embellished by select works of art and a collection of antique furniture.
The Triglav Hotel has a soul, and so does its 1906 Restaurant, so named after the year in which the hotel was built close to the railway station on the newly opened Bled-Vienna line. The chef of the restaurant, which can accommodate up to 50 wedding guests, likes to study old local recipes and spice them up with his inventiveness to create tasteful dishes with a touch of nostalgia.
The hotel also has its own wine cellar and a wine club, as well as two smaller garden pavilions, where intimate ceremonies can be held.