We stayed here as we went to Pohoda Festival, which is a 15/20 drive from this hotel. It’s in a lovely setting, the lake and scenery are really pretty. The hotel is fairly standard but nice enough, unfortunately the rooms massively let it down. The walls ARE PAPER THIN , we could hear every single word of the people speaking next door. Our room was also at the front of the hotel above the outdoor seating area and a kids trampoline, which became really noisy from 7am onwards so unfortunately we didn’t get much rest the whole time we were there. We found the staff a bit hit and miss - however the main guy on reception was really friendly and helpful which is the only reason I’m giving this hotel 2 stars, otherwise it would have been less :(
We stayed in the hotel only one night since we passed Zelena voda on our way. Hotel promised view to the lake but it was only oriented to lake but for trees and other building it was not visible. We got there 7PM in high season and restaurant was closed. Also the rooms wall was not thick enough and the we could hear when people in next door room were speaking. room was well reconstructed and well furnished. Staying in the room was very comfortable. Breakfast was rather smaller but everybody could choose something. For short stay (weekend) the hotel is good.
Hotel la Perla in Nove Mesto seemed a family business hotel. The area of Nove Mesto is nearly empty of houses, restaurants and any thing. So this place is OK for sleeping. Room was nice and it looked renewed. bathroom a little bit more old style. It is also a bit surprising that the hotel is like in a middle of resort. When you arrive in its road, there is a "restaurant" bad looking but then around the hotel, the buildings look ok. From the terrace you can see the lake and there are some activities around there. It is not a bad hotel for being in Slovakia. To mention that wifi worked really well
Was provided a room here while on local business/training.
Room was very clean, had a nice balcony and very strong wi-fi.
The hotel itself is situated next to a lake - of sorts - that I am sure is a bustling and active place in the summer. As I was here in the off season it was deserted.
Staff is very friendly and helpful and made every attempt to make sure I had a nice stay.
The dining facilities on site are adequate at the most. Mornings were always a roll of the dice as to what would be available. But there was always coffee, tea and more often than not a meat & cheese platter with bread.
A 5 euro taxi ride will take you to many very nice restaurants and cafes in town.
Make sure you stay in the main hotel and not the annex about 1/2 block away as that is more of a hostel type of operation.
Be advised the walls are paper thin so you will hear everything that goes on in the next room - but as I was there in the off season it was fairly empty and the 10:00 pm quiet time rule is generally adhered to to by the other guests.
There are 3 floors to this hotel so if you have heavy bags or a disability be advised there are no elevators. They also do not serve any meals on Sunday evenings.
Very nice and really very quiet hotel with really helpfull staff. We slept like babies. Room was clean with enough towels, balcony, new carpet and equipped with LED TVs. Hotel situated only about 3 km from the highway. Restaurant food was very delicious, we ate there 3 times and each time outstanding. All rooms have a lake view.
Internet was for free. I would recommend.