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We were able to walk to almost everyplace we went. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Room was modern and adequately sized. Attractive lobby.
Central Hotel Sofia£59Central Hotel Sofia£59
A really nice hotel in a central location. It was built in 2006 so it is very new and clean. We got upgraded to a lovely corner room with king size bed, huge bathtub and a beautiful view to the central part. While it is on a busy street, it is very quiet due to great isolation of windows. The bed ...
Central Park Hotel£61Central Park Hotel£61
Comfortable hotel, close to metro, bus and rail stations. A bit far out to walk (and wouldn't like to walk the area after dark). However the cleanliness and comfort made up for this.
Ramada Sofia City Center£55Ramada Sofia City Center£55
Although I only stayed for 1 night, the lady that worked the reception was excellent and very helpful. She even knocked at my door in the morning in case I hadn't woken up yet for my early morning cab.
Hotel Triada£33Hotel Triada£33
Located in the shadow of Mount Vitosha, the Bulgarian capital Sofia is a thriving, fast-growing city with a laid-back atmosphere and buzzy café culture. Following rapid development in recent decades, Sofia boasts a modern infrastructure, cultural attractions and an excellent range of four-star hotels, from smart business accommodation to comfortable chains and boutique hotels.
Whether you’re travelling for business or leisure, book a hotel in Sofia and spend some time wandering its atmospheric city centre. This compact zone is home to beautiful churches and monuments such as the neo-Byzantine Alexander Nevski Cathedral and the 4th-century Church of Church of St. George. Nearby, pedestrianised Vitosha Boulevard provides ample opportunity for shopping, dining and other entertainment.
Sofia has dozens of four-star hotels. You’ll find most in the tightly packed streets around Serdika metro station, but there are plenty of alternative options further afield, such as in the south of the city close to Sofia Zoo and the Technical University. You’ll also find a handful of properties nestled in the foothills of Mount Vitosha, and a few possibilities out towards Sofia International Airport on the eastern side of the city.
This relaxed Slavic city is full of important historical treasures. The green-and-gold-domed Alexander Nevski Cathedral is the most famous church in Bulgaria, while the ruins of the ancient settlement of Serdica now form an open-air museum since their discovery during the construction of the city’s metro system.
Other cultural highlights include the National Archaeological Museum, which occupies the largest former Ottoman mosque in the city; the National Museum of History to the south of downtown Sofia, and the World Heritage-listed 13th-century frescoes at Boyana Church, a medieval structure that reopened in 2006 after several decades of renovations.
Whether you need a four-star business hotel or a place to stay for a relaxed weekend of shopping and coffee-drinking, search Expedia’s extensive range and you’re sure to find something to suit.