When camping means luxury

natural pool in slovenia with camping in tree houses

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Bouwjaar: 2014
Wateroppervlakte:
- Oppervlakte zwemgedeelte: 108 m²
- Oppervlakte regeneratiegedeelte: 108 m²
- Totale oppervlakte: 216 m²
Waterdiepte: 2,5 m
Folie: blau
Overig:
Tourist GREEN RESORT GARDEN VILLAGE BLED, Cesta Gorenjskega odreda 16, 4260 Bled, Slovénie; http://www.gardenvillagebled.com/

Ontwerp en uitvoering:
Objem narave d.o.o.
si-2000 Maribor

When camping means luxury


The resort proves that glamour and nature certainly no longer need to be at odds with each other. The Garden Village reflects a new trend dubbed "glamping", a combination of "glamourous" and "camping". In other words, you are free to enjoy nature to its fullest without forgoing any important amenities. Despite its extensive 6.5 hectare grounds, the resort can hold a maximum capacity of only 70 guests. Ensconced in luxury tree houses, guests will find themselves surrounded by treetops and a full array of creature comforts. The so-called pier tents are located on the walkways above the water. Like the color green, water has been demonstrated to be most effective in achieving maximum relaxation. And in the two-story glamping tents outfitted with individual Jacuzzis, guests can open the glass ceiling and enjoy a shower under the open sky. It therefore makes perfect sense that a natural swimming pool measuring a generous 200 m² and located adjacent to the garden restaurant featuring grass covered tables would form the cornerstone of the resort. A sauna in the shape of a bird's nest, a shop featuring natural products and a vegetable garden all round out this new concept of luxury. In times where nature is in short supply, redefining luxury in this way only seems logical.


natural pool in slovenia with camping in tree houses
natural pool in slovenia with camping in tree houses
natural pool in slovenia with camping in tree houses
natural pool in slovenia with camping in tree houses

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