World of Glamping – the global certification programme – has awarded its first star ratings in its home country of Slovenia to Glamping Olimia Adria Village in Podčetrtek , which was awarded five stars out of a possible seven at a special event to launch the scheme on June 18.
Over 150 separate issues are carefully considered by World of Glamping in order to reach a star rating. These include location, quality of accommodation, quality of service and extra features, including food and entertainment, website and booking experience.
Glamping Olimia Adria Village is situated in the Terme Olimia spa complex and the tents themselves are built above thermal springs, which are utilised to fill individual spa pools outside many of the units. Guests have the opportunity to use the spa complex, with its many thermal pools and treatments, as well as numerous restaurants and bars. Breakfast of locally sourced delicacies is delivered in a basket to each tent.
In order to celebrate its five-star rating, Glamping Olimia Adria Village is offering readers a special discount on booking of 20% OFF – follow this link to receive the offer: https://goo.gl/gbL6XT
In addition, Garden Village Bled will receive a total of 6 stars. This glampsite is comprised of treehouses, tents on platforms and safari-style tents in a magical setting close to Lake Bled – Slovenia’s biggest tourist attraction.
“World of Glamping is very pleased to be able to award its first star ratings to two very different and high-quality locations in Slovenia,” says Maja Dimnik, World of Glamping Founder. “This is just the beginning – we are working on ratings for other glamping sites all over the world and look forward to hosting our first awards ceremony next year. We don’t just assess our sites, we offer them advice and guidance on how to do even better and achieve more stars and we also help to market them via our website. We have also created the first of our dedicated glamping tours in Slovenia – a specially curated trip which will include the very best glamping sites, attractions and restaurants to give guests a chance to appreciate the beauty of the country.”