About the hotel
In the idyllic and tranquil setting of Gozd Martuljek, five kilometres from Kranjska Gora, is located amidst unspoilt nature the Špik Alpine Resort. The entire offer of the resort is based on the unique and natural Alpine world, stressing its sustainable character and awareness of natural beauty and tradition. The Špik Resort has its own special character. The natural materials bring warmth and kindness to the facility, while the wide open view of nature soothes and relaxes.
Accommodation rates are not included in the conference fee! Because our goal is to keep time and financial costs low for attendees, a special price of accommodation in Hotel Špik is arranged (see below).
(in EUR per night / double room, single occupancy)
|Included in the price:|
|Hotel Špik 4*||66 EUR||Accommodation, breakfast, Wi-Fi, pool access, entrance to the Casino Korona, free parking|
|Hotel Špik 3*||50 EUR|
All inquiries should be directed to the hotel, including reservations, cancellations or change in reservations. Please contact: hotel.spik@hit-si. Please make sure you identify yourself as ICIG 2018 delegate when making a reservation in order to get above stated accommodation prices. Please note that limited contingent of rooms will be available for the ICIG conference delegates up to 1st of May 2018. After that date we cannot guarantee a room in the hotel. Please note that tourist season will be high in June so please book early!
There are four airports in the immediate vicinity (Ljubljana, Klagenfurt, Trieste, Venice). We recommend that you fly to Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport which is located 26 km to Ljubljana city centre (25 minutes by road) and 60 km to Gozd Martuljek (50 minutes by road). From the airport, the hotel can be reached by taxi, or GoOpti transfer service. You can also take bus (from Kranj) or train from Ljubljana to Jesenice and than bus to Gozd Martuljek.
Slovenia is one of Europe’s most delightful surprises. You can enjoy fairytale Bled, breathtaking Lake Bohinj, the majestic and rugged Julian Alps with Kranjska Gora, the lush Soca valley, Mediterranean Piran and thriving Ljubljana – all packed into such a small area that makes Slovenia truly a “Europe in miniature”. Slovenia is an EU member since 1st May 2004 and member of EMU since 1st January 2007. More info.
Please check if you need a visa to travel to Slovenia. EU citizens do not need to possess a visa, simply travelling on either a passport or ID card.
Non-EU citizens are kindly advised to check the requirements here. Please note that organizers do not provide visa or letter of guarantee for conference participants.
Those already possessing a Schengen Visa can enter Slovenia if the visa is still valid for sufficient period of time and if it was issued for EU Schengen states.