Scotty's Boutique Hotel

Address: 11 Ekzarh Josif St, Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Сердика 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 ReviewsScotty's Boutique Hotel Sofia

        Reviewed by dmarek

        Good location

        Reviewed May 20, 2012
        by (75 reviews) Schenectady New York , United States Flag of United States

        I booked at Scotty's since my tour was starting from there. It is centrally located near the major tourist destinations and very near to the Central Synagogue. Breakfast is brought to your room. I found reception to be very helpful in giving directions and tips and they arranged a tour to Rila Monastery for me that was terrific - not inexpensive but the guide was charming, with excellent English, and represented his country very well to tourists.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Scotty's Boutique Hotel Sofia

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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