Villa Park Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Borovets
... big deal… it ain’t that big a country, but I guess it is an important neighbouring state and trade partner for Bulgaria.
The highlights of our touring of the city were the big Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the smaller and ancient St. Sofia church, the 4th Century St George Church, the Bashi Baths mosque, the Archaelogical Museum with an amazing collection of Roman antiquities for the Sofia area, and the area around ...
... the most wonderful mountain range until we reached our camp site.
My memory of Romania will be of the horse and carts driving up the side of these fantastic roads that all the EU money has provided, the wells in most gardens and the outside loo. One scene that will stay with me was a family, mum, dad and two children, probably about 6 & 8 in a small field, all with pitch forks, throwing the straw that they had cut by ...
... Mimi with the list, Rich stacking in the van and the minions carrying the boxes diligently. We then prepared for battle with the heavy traffic as we drove out of Sofia.
Vidrare is an orphanage specialising in caring for those with mental and physical disabilities. Following last year's visit, Rich briefed us on what the team should expect. On our arrival we met Yevgeny, the director of Vidrare and Phillip of the US Peace Corps, who was spending some ...
... sat, as ever, at the back. After giving presents we just spent time with the kids and enjoyed their company. For many this place will be the nearest thing they experience to a family. Some of the older residents are in their last few months at the orphanage and when they reach the age of 18 they will have to leave this place and with no state assistance make their own way in Bulgarian society. These young people are completely unprepared for the world outside and are easy prey for ...
... was a decent size protest happening. We also realized we were hungry and ate at a good restaurant close enough to see the protest. We asked our waitress what the protest was about? She had no idea and communicated that there always seems to be a protest. Another day another protest. Mostly we wandered through shops to pick up a few items but felt like Scott had shown us the main highlights in the downtown area so we ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center