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Location: The newest luxurious business hotel in Sofia from the FPI Hotels chain is located in the heart of the city.
Arena di Serdica is steps from main administrative, financial and shopping districts, as well the cultural and historical sights. The Hotel is easily accessible from Sofia International Airport (10 km) and the Railway station (4km).
Amenities: The pearl of modern Sofia are the ruins of an ancient Roman coliseum, dated from III century, exposed at the ground floor of the hotel. Enjoy its beauty while having breakfast or resting in the Lobby bar. The stylish Main Restaurant and the exquisite Panorama Restaurant offer fine wine selection, as well culinary temptations from the international and Bulgarian cuisine. For the well-being of the body, mind and spirit the Sports and Wellness club features latest technologies and professional service.
|Single classic room||BB||105 Euro||77 Euro||77 Euro|
|Single Executive room||BB||121 Euro||99 Euro||99 Euro|
|Double classic room||BB||116 Euro||88 Euro||88 Euro|
|Double Executive room||BB||132 Euro||110 Euro||110 Euro|
|Junior Suite||BB||165 Euro||154 Euro||154 Euro|
|Junior Suite Lux||BB||187 Euro||176 Euro||176 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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