|Single room||49-59 BGN/day|
|Double room||59-79 BGN/day|
|Triple room||69-89 BGN/day|
Wellcome to City Hotel Blagoevgrad
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CITY HOTEL BLAGOEVGRAD *** is situated in a nice and quiet area. It is only about 500 metres away from the South-West University 'Neofit Rilski' and very near to the Scaptopara Sports Hall. City Hotel Blagoevgrad is built on 1200 square metres in the Osvobozhdenie living quarter. The address in 33 Vetren Street.
The hotel is located near Blagoevgrad Hospital (MHAT Blagoevgrad AD) and PULS Hospital Blagoevgrad. The hotel has a beautiful garden providing the optimal relaxation after a busy day and a spectacular view of the Blagoevgrad, the Rila Mountain and the Pirin Mountain.
New prices for long-term rent of premises in Hotel City
We offer discounts and preferential prices for accommodation for a long period of time for part-time students or workers. For an offer for your stay call one of the phones below or write us an email: +359 878 38 99 51, email@example.com
All guests are welcome in the hotel’s café, restaurant and garden. An elegant interior, inviting atmosphere and quality service is what the hotel offers to all its guests. The hotel is the perfect place to meet friends and business partners over a cup of aroma coffee or a classy drink.
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