Hotel Bellevue ****
Close to the ski area of Pohorie and just a few kilometres from the centre of Maribor, which is well known for its thermal springs, Hotel Bellevue boasts a long-standing, solid reputation, especially with excursion and cycling lovers, thanks to the hotel’s exclusive services, as well as with people who enjoy great food. The hotel’s onsite spa offers guests plenty of well-being facilities including saunas, massages and beauty programmes, and the restaurant serves up the best dishes from the Slovenian cuisine, and meals can be taken away for trips or picnics, or small snacks can be bought at the bar. The various rooms available for meetings and events are available for large exhibitions, and the property works in collaboration with the nearby Hotel Habakuk that has a congress centre.
Hotel Bellevue’s onsite spa boasts various types of saunas including a Turkish and a Finnish sauna with 100% humidity. Massages and treatments for all parts of the body are performed here, as well as special programmes for couples. Guests can also use the well-equipped gym to keep in shape and do post-operative work, and other well-being facilities, including a thermal pool, are open to guests at the nearby Hotel Habakuk.
Hotel Bellevue has 42 double rooms and 8 apartments with kitchenettes and views of the Pohorie forest. All the rooms and apartments have cable television, a direct telephone, minibar and safe box.
At the Restaurant at Hotel Bellevue, guests can enjoy specialities from the Slovenian cuisine, made according to ancient traditional recipes from the Pohorje region. Dishes from the international cuisine are also served here and desserts and drinks are served at the Hoja Bar or on the terrace that looks out over the city of Maribor.
Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia and the main city in the region of Štajerska, in the North-West of the country and close to the border with Austria, making it an important thermal spa and ski destination. Animated by cultural events throughout the year, especially the summer, this city boasts many points of interest from the main square, with its “Plague Column”, St John the Baptist cathedral, baroque buildings and the castle that is home to the regional museum. Nature tourism lovers have plenty of trails to choose from here that go through the Pohorje forest, on bike, foot or horse back, and wine and food lovers simply must go on a trip to the beautiful vineyards in the area: Maribor itself is home to the oldest vine in the world and the ‘wine trail’ starts here and takes visitors to numerous wine houses in the area along the way.
Local tax: adults pay Eur 1,27 per day.
Registration tax: € 1 per person.
Number of rooms accessible for persons with disabilities : 1
Number of smoking rooms : 20
Wireless internet access
Cross country skiing