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Prestige Hotel

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 Prices from 28 Euro
Location: Prestige hotel is a restored 400 year-old house that keeps the spirit and the charm of the Revival period with its typical architecture. It is a cultural monument of national importance. It is a two-storeyed house with stone foundations and a joint terrace. Prestige hotel is situated near to the Konstantzalieva house, a historical museum, in the center of the village of Arbanassi. It is a three-star quality hotel and it has at its disposal:
- 6 rooms with two beds
- one single room
- one suite with three beds
- one suite for 3 people with a living-room with a fireplace and a kitchen

Additional services:
- car park available for our clients
- washing, ironing, dry cleaning
- room service
- jacuzzi
- cable television
- postal and courier service
- rent-a-car and transport for outings in the vicinity
- barbecue
- summer garden
**Hotel rooms may vary in size and style. Guests can be accommodated in a different room from the images shown here as examples only.
Room typeMealRS01/12/2015-31/12/2016
Single RoomBB28 Euro28 Euro28 Euro
Double RoomBB33 Euro33 Euro33 Euro
Double room with jacuzziBB46 Euro46 Euro46 Euro
One-bedroom Lux apartmentBB51 Euro51 Euro51 Euro
Double Lux roomBB46 Euro46 Euro46 Euro

* BB: Bed and Breakfast, HB: Half Board (breakfast and dinner), FB: Full Board (breakfast, lunch, dinner), AI: All Inclusive
The rates are in EUR, per night, per room/apartment. Please use the booking form to get a price for your period of stay, number of persons and meals included.
** S - standard rates; W - weekend rates; L - long stay rates;
* Children reductions are applicable for children 2-11.99 years valid at the time of the reservation (check in time).



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