Hotel Mikulášska chata Jasná Jasná

Fabulous 3 star mountain hotel with classic Tatra architecture in Jasna - the biggest ski resort in Slovakia. Perfect base for all your winter and summer activities!

  • Hoteldetails

    Hotel Mikulasska chata Jasná
    Willkommen im stilvollen Berghotel mit Historie, das Sie
    als das einzige Hotel in der Ortschaft Jasná mit der origi-
    nellen Tatraer Architektur begrüßt. Erleben Sie an einem
    Ort die Familienatmosphäre einer echten Berghütte, hoch-
    qualitativen Hotelservice, komfortable Unterbringung, Fein-
    schmecker-Spezialitäten unserer Küche, Design-Wellness,
    Abend-unterhaltung beim Bowling und vielfaltige Sport-
    möglichkeiten sommers wie winters mit einer einzigarti-
    gen Lage direkt an dem Vrbické See, unter Chopok, in der
    schönen Natur der Niederen Tatra, im größten Skigebiet der
    Slowakei – Jasná. Das Hotel eignet sich für individuellen Ur-
    laub ebenso hervorragend für Firmenevents.

  • Story

    The story of hotel Mikulasska chata Jasna

    First chalet was built by The Slovak tourist KCST in Liptovsky Mikulas by the lake Vrbicke pleso in the beautiful surroundings at the foothills of Chopok and Polana in Demanovska valley at 1113 m altitude. Local tradesmen built construction begun in 1936 and it. Master builder Juraj Povolny and Master joiner Jan Galo and his two sons Milan and Dusan from Bodice. Bricklayers were from near by villages of Pavcina Lehota, Bodice, Svaty Kriz and Lazisko. It originally consisted of two communal bedrooms and two further rooms. Its water supply came from the near by stream that never froze. Once opened the chalet was named after Jan Palko due to his generosity, as he donated a rather large sum of 20 000 Czechoslovakian crowns towards the built. The first person to run the chalet was Mrs Maria Brtanova and the chalet was open for business all year round. In the first few years it has proven so popular with tourists that by the year of 1938 kitchen and lounge extension has been added. Building materials had to be carried up the mountain path all the way from Demanovska caves until the path was widened and horses could be used. It was only after the Second World War that the road we use today was built. Maria Brtanova and her husband stayed in charge of a chalet until the beginning of the year 1945. In the following summer Viliam Benko took over. It was then that chalet Mikulasska chata as we see it today was built. It opened in 1950. Today we would like to welcome you with family atmosphere, perfect hotel services and the comfort of home.

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    Your perfect wedding at the lake and in the arms of mountains.

    Amazing place where different elements of nature are meeting and giving a unique atmosphere of Your special day to You and your guests, that will never forget that day.

    We offer:
    Space with a capacity of 80 seats
    A gourmet menu of your choice
    Slovak wines selection
    Professional catering service
    Comfortable accommodation for you and your guests
    Exterior ​​spaces for BBQ
    Relaxation in our luxurious spa

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  • Hoteleinrichtungen
    • Restaurant
    • Kinderspielzimmer
    • Wellness
    • Nichtraucher-Zimmer
    • Nonstop Rezeption
    • Parkplatz
    • Bowling
    • Terrasse
  • Zimmerausstattung
    • Internet
  • Plan
  • Historie

    The history of chalet Mikulasska chata Jasna

    First chalet was built by The Slovak tourist KCST in Liptovsky Mikulas by the lake Vrbicke pleso in the beautiful surroundings at the foothills of Chopok and Polana in Demanovska valley at 1113 m altitude. Local tradesmen built construction begun in 1936 and it. Master builder Juraj Povolny and Master joiner Jan Galo and his two sons Milan and Dusan from Bodice. Bricklayers were from near by villages of Pavcina Lehota, Bodice, Svaty Kriz and Lazisko. It originally consisted of two communal bedrooms and two further rooms. Its water supply came from the near by stream that never froze. Once opened the chalet was named after Jan Palko due to his generosity, as he donated a rather large sum of 20 000 Czechoslovakian crowns towards the built. The first person to run the chalet was Mrs Maria Brtanova and the chalet was open for business all year round. In the first few years it has proven so popular with tourists that by the year of 1938 kitchen and lounge extension has been added. Building materials had to be carried up the mountain path all the way from Demanovska caves until the path was widened and horses could be used. It was only after the Second World War that the road we use today was built. Maria Brtanova and her husband stayed in charge of a chalet until the beginning of the year 1945. In the following summer Viliam Benko took over. It was then that chalet Mikulasska chata as we see it today was built. It opened in 1950.