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Tine Brodnjak is New Director at Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec

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Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec in Bled under new management

Tine Brodnjak was appointed as the director of the four-star property in Slovenia. He follows Nataša Keršič Razinger. For the 39-year-old Brodnjak the career in the hospitality industry began with tourism studies at the University of Portorož. After that he worked in various hotels in Slovenia, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Moreover, he holds a “Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Administration“ from Brig in Switzerland and completed a General Managers program in Ithaca in the United States. Most recently, the hotel expert who also speaks five languages, operated as the managing director of Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Ljubljana. Brodnjak is already acquainted with the city of Bled: For six years he had been working for the company Sava Turizem in different hotels and later as the leading F&B manager for seven restaurants, four hotel restaurants and three hotel bars. In his new position at Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec he is planning to carry the tradition of the more than century-old hotel further, but also to render the property even more professional in the areas of F&B and overall guest satisfaction. “The charm of the hotel and the strong sense of service of the employees convinced me right away. I am looking forward to all the new tasks in my new old home Bled”, says Brodnjak.

A management change took place in Bled: Tine Brodnjak has started as the new director at Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec in Bled in Slovenia. He succeeds Nataša Keršič Razinger who has led the team of the boutique hotel since 2011. Besides the Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec, Brodnjak is also managing Hotel Kompas in Bled.


In line with nature at the heart of Bled

With 61 rooms, the boutique hotel Best Western Premier Hotel Lovec is located in the heart of Bled. The four-star-superior-hotel blends in harmoniously with its surroundings, proudly carrying on the traditions of a guest house which has been on the same site for more than 100 years. The hotel’s architecture was inspired by the local landscape, and provides guests gorgeous views of Lake Bled and the surrounding mountains of the Jura Alps. Bled is an ideal starting point for hikes in the valleys and mountains nearby. Recommended destinations include Vintgar Gorge, Pokljuka Gorge, and the cave below Babji zob.