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Guest interior :: Hotel Golf Bled

My obsession with beautiful interiors and mesmerizing renovations is forcing me to be cautious of those attributes even when choosing a vacation accommodations. Accordingly, when i heard about the recently renovated Hotel Gold Bled i had to see it in person and let me tell you, i was not one bit disappointed. Located in the very center of Bled; Hotel Gold Bled has a long history of hospitality, but with the renovation they are also reviving local traditions and focusing on sustainability.
Before the renovation, the rooms were decorated in classic biedermeier style and were really desperate for an update. The presidential suite before the renovation was, frankly, very passe.
The view of the Bled Castle was undeniably incomparable even before the renovation. The renovation focused about implementing spruce wood from the nearby forests into the design of the rooms. It fills the room with warmth, softness and homeliness while representing the purest form of coexistence between humans and nature.Rooms offer great layouts, spacious working and seating areas, discreet lighting and very functional bathrooms. The colors of the custom upholstery really compliments the wood surfaces and the dark metal details give the space a modern feel. The space feels luxurious, trendy and very comfortable; and let’s not forget about the breathtaking view!
Guests are able to choose from four room types that have different color schemes and tell stories of the hotel’s surroundings. The yellow room represents the story of the hardworking and diligent nature of the honey bee, the dark pink room embodies the gingerbread tradition in the nearby town of Radovljica. The orange room reflects the famous local embroidery and last but not least – the green room is a symbol of regeneration: While i’m writing this post, the Hotel Golf Bled lobby is just about to go under construction. As for now it still looks like this: But i have a little treat for you, my dear readers: the visualizations of the future lobby. I can best describe the design as alpine chic with lots of wood surfaces, modern geometric shapes and vertical greenery:

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