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Pop Bogomil Street 10, Sofia, 1202, Bulgaria | Inn
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This inn, located in the Подуяне area of Sofia, is near Nesseber Village, Alexander Nevski Church, Rila Monastery, and Saint Nikolas Russian Church (Tsurkva Sveta Nikolai).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Rooms Sofia

    Reviewed by gilshamir1

    a nice place in sofia

    Reviewed May 23, 2012
    by (9 reviews) nir-oz , Israel Flag of Israel

    located in a small street between city center and the train/bus station, no more then 7-8 minutes walk (with bags & trolleys).quiet neighborhood.near bakery & minimarket.looks a beat scary when we got there late in the evening , but very nice after all ,and the only thing to be worry about are the dodgy broken sidewalks of sofia. the stuff is very nice and helpful, guide us with all the information we needed and more. the room was not big but comfort and water shower 24/7, the furniture are a mixture of old things and you feel like living un an Antique shop (i would not mind Furnish my house with some of those things).upstairs there is a small lounge,with 2 sofas and a tea/coffee Facilities.we set there into the night with our host talking. we prefer to spent our holidays in b&b's and hostels Rather than fancy hotels and places like the rooms are the perfect example why: it's not perfect and luxurious but Hospitable and homey.very good place the stay in sofia!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Rooms Sofia

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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