Banovci, Prlekija, Slovenia
New York Times Magazine, Spring 2009
"The Slovenian countryside - dotted with baroque churches and untouched Alpine lakes - may seem an unlikely place to find modernist boutique hotels. But in a bid to attract urban weekenders from across Europe, ambitious hoteliers have opened stylish little getaways in the rural reaches of this former Yugoslav republic. Soncna Hisa, in the agricultural Prlekija region, is the work of Natasa Kegelj Kovacic and Ales Kegelj. The couple built the five-suite lodge with oiled walnut floors and mosaic-tile bathrooms and filled it with Eames chairs and Italian light fixtures."
Reviews are only from people who have stayed there and booked through i-escape.
“Absolutely fantastic place! The owners were very welcoming and the room was beautiful, by far the best place we stayed in Slovenia. A perfect place for couples ;-)”
Aaron, United Kingdom (28.01.15)