The charming Vila Bled, a former presidential residence, lies in a peaceful part of Bled, the pearl of the Slovenian Alps. Surrounded by a magnificent park that leads down to the very shores of Lake Bled, it offers an exquisite experience of the fairy tale natural setting. Warm hospitality, refined comfort, timeless elegance, delightful cuisine and precious moments have all found a home in the Vila Bled. Loyal to its architectural layout and rich history, the Vila Bled offers a varied palette of rooms and suites, elegantly furnished in a style reminiscent of the 1950’s. The building was completed in 1947, and served as the summer residence of President Tito for many years, where he hosted numerous official state visits. Tito welcomed many eminent dignitaries to the villa, including Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie, leader of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev, King Hussein of Jordan, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, his daughter and Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Sirimavo Bandaranaike, Indonesian President Sukarno, President of Zambia Kenneth Kaunda and many others.
Located on the shores of Lake Bled and surrounded by a beautiful park, Vila Bled is President Tito’s former summer residence. It features a luxury spa and offers free Wi-Fi.
The spacious rooms all feature cable TV, a minibar, and a large bathroom with bathrobes and hairdryer.
Vila Bled’s restaurant serves Slovenian and international gourmet cuisine. In summer, guests can enjoy the private swimming deck with a boathouse.
Free private parking is available at Vila Bled.