About Hotel Kras
Hotel Kras is architecturally modern and exclusively furnished, located in the immediate vicinity of the world-famous Postojna Caves. The hotel is situated in the very centre of Postojna and its expansive terrace offers a wonderful view of the Nanos Plateau and a panorama of the town and its surroundings.
Accommodation: The Hotel Kras offers 24 double rooms and 3 superior apartments, located on the top of the hotel. All hotel rooms and apartments are equipped with air conditioning, LCD cable television, telephone, wireless internet, mini bar and safe.
Facilities: A plentiful self-service breakfast with delicious homemade goodies and wide choice of warm beverages will satisfy different tastes; parking garage under video surveillance. Tasty delicacies are on offer at the Coffee Shop Kras (cakes, croissants, more than 20 kinds of ice cream, fruit cups, hot sandwiches and delicious pastries.)
Coffee Shop at Hotel Kras offers to its guests and other visitors a pleasant and warm ambiance. What gives a special appeal to the coffee shop is its terrace; stretching on the town square in the centre of Postojna. It allows guests to get a pleasant insight into the town activity while enjoying a cup of coffee, the morning paper and a pleasant chat. A rich offer of cakes, ice cream and croissants for all tastes. It also offers refreshing natural juice from fresh fruits. In addition to all the delicacies friendly staff will serve you with top quality wine or champagne.
"Many thanks for organising our trip to Croatia and Slovenia, we had an absolutely wonderful time. Both Croatia and Slovenia are beautiful countries and we were so pleased to be able to see as much as we did in the 12 days. The itinerary gave us plenty of time at each place and moved us on at a leisurely pace too. Each of the destinations were great and all of the hotels were of a very good standard and the service was excellent everywhere we went. The only minor thing that I would feedback, with the intention of being helpful, is that we did not find Postojna particularly interesting. Aside from the caves and the castle (which we were not interested in visiting and are quite expensive) there was nothing to do or see in the area. Hotel Kras was very nice however. This is a minor point on, which others could find useful. Overall we had a really great holiday."
J Bisson, Sept 2015
"Just to say we really enjoyed our Slovenian experience - only disappointment was the awful weather in the Julian Alps part of our trip that meant only short walks were possible between heavy downpours and we saw only the briefest glimpses of the mountains though low cloud! Hey ho the problem of going in September I guess. The hotels were uniformly good and the car was fine. The itinerary worked really well - a good mix of things. So thank you."
K Dupont, Sept 2017
"In all honesty we did not really enjoy this trip as much as the previous trip to Dubrovnik,Trogir, Plitvice etc. The Weather was not too good and whilst Hotel Kastel was excellent Jadran and Galija were not brilliant. We did in fact manage to change our Room at Jadran going from probably the worst Room in the Hotel to the 2nd worst. This is a particularly gloomy Hotel well situated but badly in need of an update. (ie) pulling down. Hotel Galija is very difficult to find and again we had to change Rooms after one Night as our Bed was broken (not by us.) Breakfast was also not very good and parking expensive.I do however congratulate you on getting us the best Room in the House at Kastel. This was superb. As regards the Resorts visited our thoughts are: Rovinj is wonderful and Porec also excellent. On arriving at Motovun in torrential Rain we did wonder what we were going to do for 2 Days but in fact we loved it there so it was time well spent. Postojna is a one Horse Town but we did get everything we wanted out of our visit and we would highly reccommend the Castle in the Cave which is a must see. Bled and the surrounding area was good and Ljubljana O.K. for one Day/Night. Hotel Galeb is nicely situated in Opatija but in inclement Weather the Town really does not offer very much and I am not sure that it would be much more entertaining on a nice Day. We were also disappointed with Pula as a Town. The Ampitheatre and some of the Roman remains are splendid and well worth going to see but other than that it is not particularly attractive. My fault entirely I think I expected something more like Rovinj. Pula is probably worth a Morning but certainly not 2 Days. So overall I would say that we had a good Trip, the Weather could have been kinder and if we were doing it again with the benefit of hindsight we would probably make it a couple of Days shorter. Thanks for all your help and I hope this is of use."
A Gamblin, October 2014