Central Forum Hotel

Address: 41, Tsar Boris III Blvd., Sofia, 1612, Bulgaria | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Красно село area of Sofia, is near Central Sofia Synagogue (Tsentralna Sofiiska Sinagoga), Statue of Slaveikovs, Soviet Army Monument, and The Bells ("Kambanite").
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        • Spa
        • Restaurant


        • Minbar in room
        • Breakfast Available
        • Non-smoking hotel
        • High-speed internet in room (free)
        • Reduced mobility rooms
        • Air-Conditioning
        • Kitchenette


        • Suites


        • Airport Transportation
        • Shuttle bus service
        • TV NTV World Russia
        • Concierge desk
        • Russian TV Channels Available
        • Banquet room
        • TV Other Russia
        • Conference facilities
        • TV Channel One Russia
        • TV RTR Planeta Russia

        TravelPod Member ReviewsCentral Forum Hotel Sofia

        Reviewed by traveldetails

        A nice hotel at Sofia

        Reviewed Apr 24, 2014
        by (3 reviews) Thessaloniki Region , Greece Flag of Greece

        Very nice hotel, good location, and very good servises! The brekfast is good. they have a very good restaurant in the hotel! The rooms are good, i prefered a luxury apartment!

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Central Forum Hotel Sofia

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Sofia


        A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 16, 2015

        5 comments, 6 photos

        ... the trip, as well as some spice packets to get us started.

        Saying goodbye is always hard, but particular hard for me this time since I have to leave the hotel super early and won't get to see anyone at breakfast; plus, of course, I didn't get to say goodbye at all to the sick people. Hugs and handshakes all 'round. I'll miss Stefan's smiling, chipmunky face, but I'm looking forward to being back home with John and the cat.

        To bed soon, as I must get up at 3:30 ...

        Dave arrives - the Black Sea beckons!

        A travel blog entry by lucywillson on May 02, 2015

        7 photos

        ... to various different places, Andrew wanted to go to the Military Museum, which is quite a way out of town, so he set off to walk there.

        Kate and I went out twice, actually. The first time, I escorted her to the Archaeological Museum, wandering past the 4th century Rotunda Church of St George on our way. We admired the outside and the ancient ruins of the Roman city of Serdica that are next to it, but decided to come back later in ...


        A travel blog entry by p45 on Jun 28, 2013

        12 photos

        ... euros no need for hotel. Funny ****. Didn't quite understand what she was on about but declined it all the same. Wasn't in the mood for band practice ;-p
        We all woke up with slight hangovers and then we went on a walking tour of the city at 11am.
        It is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Didn't realise how much history the place has. Such a beautiful city. There were ...

        Dinner With Valeri & Vladi

        A travel blog entry by dmzs-trip on Jul 21, 2012

        3 photos

        ... br> On our way back from dinner we stopped at the stage across the street from our hotel...there was some little festival just breaking up but at the end the dancers were chanting "Bulgaria" and we thought it was kinda cool.

        Heading to the Rila Monestary in the morning. Until tomorrow...

        Pop-Folk Shisha

        A travel blog entry by orianapacker on Aug 13, 2011

        6 comments, 4 photos

        ... in American clubs.

        Afterwards, Militza and her friend told me they had never seen a foreigner able to dance Chalda like me, especially not an American. A little more time here, a lot more language acquisition, and I'd happily be a Bulgarian. I can prove it-- I even love tomatoes now! Just drop me in Veliko Turnovo with a bagpipe and some sheep and I'd be happy as a clam.