Some very minor quibbles:
Rooms at the front are next to one of the main roads into Bovec. Traffic is minimal, but if you're a light sleeper, you may get woken around 7am when it picks up. Some double-glazing would fix this easily.
The flower room (50) feels a little dark, due to the wallpaper. The period style is great however.
The bathroom is quite small, and the shower curtain feels cheap compared to the other fixtures - a glass door would be much classier.
We didn't need anything from the minibar, but if we had been thirsty, it was extremely poorly stocked (no beer at all).
Fantastic, friendly service from the two brothers who run this exceptional hotel. We really felt special.
The building has an interesting if grim history, as it was the telephone exchange used by Mussolini and Hitler to communicate during WWII - but what a building! The art deco style has been lovingly restored.
We had room 50, named after the 50 hairpin bends at the Vrsic pass, which we had driven to get to the hotel. Fantastic high ceiling and very roomy. Comfortable bed and nice furniture.
We ended up eating dinner at the hotel two nights in a row, it was so good. The young chef is clearly ambitious, and the whole experience is wonderful.
Breakfast was nothing short of fantastic - super-fresh fruit, homemade jams, great coffee, many small details like freshly baked mini cupcakes.
We will definitely return!