The iconic boutique hotel at the brink of the Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps has just unveiled a completely NEW Wellness.
At the brink of the Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps lies the iconic boutique hotel Sunrose7, which in addition to the award-winning culinary experiences, comfortable accommodation that follows the principles of digital detox and friendly staff, now also offers a private wellness: Zlata vila. The wellness can accommodate up to six guests for maximum privacy and offers the possibility of a private hire. Just like the hotel, also wellness is 'adults-only", meaning that it is exclusive to guests over 18 years of age.
General Manager Anže Čokl explains: "The wellness was designed with the latest travel trends in mind, where experiential boutique accommodation is closely intertwined with the local environment and top-notch cuisine. The main idea behind the design were sustainability, energy efficiency and a multitude of possibilities to pamper and relax after experiencing the virtually endless natural sights of Bohinj and the Triglav National Park. We are also proud that Sunrose 7 has already received the international Gold Travelife Sustainability Certificate and is a member of the Green Scheme of Slovenia as an environmentally friendly accommodation."
Intriguing is also the story about the name Zlata vila or Golden Fairy in English. The concept of a private wellness was inspired by stories about mountain fairies that live in the most beautiful crannies of the mountain slopes. Once upon a time, hikers told stories about fairies from the highlands, which were famous for their exceptional and unspoiled beauty, golden hair and soft glowing skin. Legend has it that the beauty of the fairies came from the pure water and minerals of the Triglav Seven Lakes and other magical elements of their natural but secluded home. The inspiration of nature, intertwined with magic, is also reflected in the golden tones of the wellness, which invites guests for a romantic and relaxing experience in the realm of fairies and gold-horns.
Originally built in 1890, the completely reconstructed 18-room boutique hotel Sunrose 7 re-opened in 2019. The hotel revolves around the digital detox concept. There are no TVs, multimedia or other consumer electronic devices. Instead, a library, pleasant ambient with views of the garden, the protected chestnut grove and the river please the guests along with the Julian Alps and Triglav National Park right on the doorstep. Also, it is adults-only hotel, which focuses strongly on sustainabilty.
For bookings and further information, take a look at the Sunrose7 website.
Content and photos provided by Bohinj Heritage Boutique Hotel Sunrose 7.