- 150Km from Sofia (SOF) Airport
- 0.7Km to town centre
- Sun terrace
- Indoor Pool
- Spa and wellness centre
- Free WiFi
- Low Deposit Options Available
- Interest FREE Payment Plans
This contemporary hotel is located in the historic town of Bansko, the most famous ski resort in Bulgaria. The main attractions are, of course, winter sports especially skiing and ... Continue reading
This contemporary hotel is located in the historic town of Bansko, the most famous ski resort in Bulgaria. The main attractions are, of course, winter sports especially skiing and snowboarding, but there are a variety of museums, landmarks and architectural sites also worth exploring. Facilities include an outdoor and underground car park, a free shuttle service to and from the gondola lift, a heated indoor pool, a spa centre with sauna, steam room, massages and therapies, a ski room and ski equipment rental. The restaurant offers a variety of local and international cuisine. The accommodation comprises studio, one bed and two bed apartments all decorated to a high standard. They all have balconies, central heating, free wireless and wired internet access, cable television, mini-bar and a kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave, kettle, toaster and a mini bar.
- Games room
- Sun terrace
- Barber/beauty shop
- Car hire
- Family rooms
- Free WiFi
- Gift shop
- Non smoking rooms
- Packed lunches
- Room service
- Safety deposit box
The prices shown below show the cheapest holiday offers for the All Seasons in Bansko. Please use the price links to see all holiday deals available for that month.
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Tucked into the foothills of the Pirin Mountains in Bulgaria, the ski resort town of Bansko is charming and historic against its stunning alpine backdrop. Bansko's alpine skiing, hiking, and rock climbing opportunities are extensive, and its culture and history, stretching back to the 10th century, is rich and vibrant with traditional taverna-style cuisine and colourful folklore. The traditional stone and wooden buildings are an integral part of its charm and character and many relics and monuments survive from its past. While bansko is well-known for its alpine skiing, the town is near the resort of Shiligarnika, which boasts Bulgaria's best downhill skiing.
The holiday resort of Bansko does not offer many diversions in winter apart from good skiing and snowboarding, but the area is well known for its thermal hot springs and these together with several excellent swimming pools, which also have saunas, turkish baths and fitness rooms alongside them allow for a relaxing experience off the slopes. There are a number of sights in the area around Bansko that are worth visiting, like the historic Rila Monastary, the town of Melnik and its sandstone pyramids, Yagodinska Cave, and The Dancing Bears Rehabilitation Park.
Bansko is not short on cosy eateries, with hundreds of taverns in the town serving up hearty traditional Bulgarian cuisine, holidaymakers will not be disappointed. Don't expect to find McDonalds here, though! A few of the better restaurants include Ethno Restaurant, Kasapinova House and Chobanov Han.
The nightlife in Bansko is not as wild as Bulgaria's other popular holiday resorts at Borovets and Pamporovo. This small old-fashioned town takes its tone from the quiet locals, who prefer to while away the evenings in the large selection of low-ceilinged taverns and pubs before a roaring fire. Two of the favourites are Dedo Pene and Molerova Kushta. Most offer entertainment in the form of local musicians or folk orchestras. There are some low-key discotheques offering dancing, also frequented by the local youth who have a reputation for hot tempers.
Holidaymakers shopping in Bansko will find plenty of souvenirs in the form of local handwork, especially embroidered goods. Many shops focus on skiing equipment, but on Sundays there is a market that offers fresh produce and a variety of locally-made goods.
Bansko is quiet and not suited to 'party animals'. Expert skiiers may not find enough challenge on the skiing slopes, which are best suited to beginners and intermediates.
Plug TypeVoltage 220V 50Hz
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Hotel address : ST.IVAN AREA,, Bansko, Bulgaria, 2770
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