How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Silver House Sofia
Travel Blogs from Sofia
... up checking only a small backpack with the item my dad had requested and some other gifts.
Upon arriving in Frankfurt, I turned on Wifi and started chatting with my dad on an app called Viber. Coincidentally, just about a half hour before that my mom had heard on the radio that Lufthansa pilots were starting a strike. My dad checked my flights and sure enough, my FRA-->SOF leg was one of the many short- and medium-haul flights that ...
... we went past a huge ravine which had had a paper mill and plantation erected around it. An enormous dam was set beside it no doubt to draw power to the factory, and had altered the flow of the lake to make it practically uninhabitable for the local wildlife. No one worked here. No one lived here. The great towers of the mill were cold, and the windows were all broken. No cars were in the car park and grass had taken over the concrete paving. It was a depressing sight.
... but like all traveling disaster stories it is probably one we will laugh most about once (if) we get over it! The rest of our time in VT was spent simply enjoying the town. It truly is a wonderful place to visit and we really enjoyed just wandering the streets, stopping for coffees and beers, and shopping. Did I mention the shopping? Well girls (and boys) all I can say is if you like clothes at the right price plan a visit to Bulgaria. If Sofia is as good as ...
... the guide in the amount believed to be the value of the tour. Risky for the guide? Sure, as it’s common to have at least one cheapskate in the group. Worth it for the traveler? Absolutely, as the guide typically takes you on a tour of interesting sights both on and off the beaten path. We enjoy the tours because the guides share so much more than just historical dates and names; they dive into anecdotes that breathe life into the city in which we’re ...
... holiday like you here, and so the bar is... She gestures at the empty room. Or, perhaps it's that the bar menu is lacking for Negronis. I have a comfortable room on the top floor with a window that opens onto Sveta Nedelya Square between the hotel and St. Nedelya, the Eastern Orthodox church that was bombed by Bulgarian communists in 1925. A light breeze lifts the inner curtains into the room but the air is still heavy. I fall asleep to the sounds of Sofia at ...