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Tzar Asen

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Hotel Tzar Asen is placed in the ideal center of Sofia, Bulgaria, next to the National Palace of Culture. It offers perfect opportunities for resting for individual, group, and family tourists in the capital.

Every hotel room has own bath and toilet, TV with satelite programs, and some of the rooms have refrigerators.

In immediate proximity to the hotel there are 24-hour open paid parking lots.

At the reception of hotel Tzar Assen are offered the following services:

Telephone with direct outside line

Taxi calling;

Individual and group transfer from/to Sofia Airport and Central Railway station;

Organizing of sight-seeing tours on individual/group demand;

Airplane, train and bus tickets reservation;

Safe box for valuables;

24-hour Room-service;

Luggage room.

PLEASE NOTE: Rates do not include breakfast.

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Highlights

  • Free WiFi
  • Air Conditioning
  • 24 Hour Check-In
  • Airport Transfers
  • Luggage Storage
  • Travel Desk
  • Free Internet

Important Information

The bookings have to be cancelled at least two days prior to arrival, on the event of no show or late cancellation the hotel will charge the first night.

Every hotel room has own bath and toilet, TV with satelite programs.
At the reception of hotel Tzar Assen are offered the following services:
Internet
Telephone with direct outside line
Taxi calling;
Individual and group transfer from/to Sofia Airport and Central Railway station;
Organizing of sight-seeing tours on individual/group demand;
Airplane, train and bus tickets reservation;
Safe box for valuables;
24-hour Room-service;
Luggage room.

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We had returned to Sofia at the end of our trip, so knew Sofia accommodations and what to expect. This hotel has no sign, is full of graffiti and is next to a concrete patch and some weedy area full of feral cats and kittens. We had to walk 3/4 of the way around to find an unmarked door, leading to a dark, unlit staircase. On the second floor we opened another door to find a small anteroom with a door marked reception. We had to open another door to find a caretaker. We looked at the room first....it was small, dark and drab, but most of all, we felt unsafe in the place, and I wouldn't have wanted to eat there. the place seemed generally dirty. The bathroom was a tiny closet with a bulgarian shower arrangement (no separate shower area; in this case the space was so close that everything, toilet, etc. would have been soaked). We had no confidence that on the departure date when we had to have a cab to the airport for 4 AM that it could be arranged. Chiefly, though, it was the worst hotel we had ever entered (and we have traveled extensively in Eastern Europe and aren't fussy). We passed a group of rowdy men hanging out next door to the hotel, as we left, abandoning the reservation.

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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour reception
  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Transfers
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Housekeeping
  • Luggage Storage
  • Parking
  • Tours/Travel Desk

inroom facilities

  • Reading Light
  • Safe Deposit Box

sport& leisure

  • Cable TV

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