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Beautiful location. Excellent value for money.
Very helpful staff.
familiar, clean, comfortable nothing
Very frendly owner, very close to mountain trails and other nice places of Tatras
Very helpful and friendly staff. Location was ideal for discovering the High Tatras. Would stay again.
Very friendly couple keeping this hotel. Nice view to the mountains. Slighly long walk to the village center.
Beautiful location, the owners were great, they made us feel so very welcome and helped us with choosing places to visit . Breakfast was good. This must come highly recommended!
Very nice exterior and interior of the building (incl. room); cheap 2-course dinner w/free tea; good breakfast (choice of several breakfast menus); staff willing to prepare breakfast well earlier in the morning. Quite far (ca. 2.5 km) from the centre of the village (e.g. post office) - however nice walk...
Very pleasant and spotless hotel - excellent location & friendly/helpful owner - inc diner and is excellent value for money Nothing
meals, service there was no tv in room,
Goralturist really is the place to stay after a long day of hiking or skiing in the Tatra mountains! The pension is situated in a beautiful surrounding of the village and the mountains. The owners really care about their guests and the cozy restaurant serves delicious breakfasts and dinners! Also very spacious and cleam room! The bus stops 100 meters away, which allows you to go to Zakopane or to the other villages in the High Tatras. So to be short- really recommended!
We stayed out of season and our hosts could not do enough for us, cooking dinner and providing a good breakfast.
Very friendly staff, affordable, nice view, fresh air The village itself is situated quite far away from any city
Very fresh, and clearly nice interiour design. Only that it was a bit cold in the room when we arrived.
The room was very elegant and comfy, with a very good bed. The whole design was really pleasant. The receptionists there were awful. None seemed to speak any foreign languages (and we tried English, French and Russian), and one of them was actually quite impolite. She kept complaining that we gave her our national ID cards instead of a passport, even though we are EU citizens and do not need one to travel to Slovakia. We had to wait at the reception for half an hour while she figured everything out, before letting us to our room.
Certainly the nicest room I've had in Slovakia. One of the other comments said the receptionist didn't speak any foreign languages they could tell, but she did speak some German, which in my experience is the typical second language in the region (more than English). Opens onto the pedestrian area, so I had to park at the edge and walk to the hotel check-in. After that, I was given a oddly cartoonish map showing me how to get around to their parking behind the building. It took a couple of circles for me to get there, but the lot was large and gated.
This is a family run business and a great value for your money. Pleasing clients is a priorty for this young and energetic family. This beautifully hand-crafted facility is new, clean and located in a foothill village setting overlooking a backdrop of tall mountains. The cuisine is authentic and tastful.