Best Western Premier Plovdiv Hills – a part of the worldly famous hotel chain – opened doors for its guests on 1-st March 2019.
The hotel is located in the heart of the business and commercial centre of the town of Plovdiv. It is located nearby the Plovdiv International Fair and the Maritsa River, as well as the Old Town. The location is strategical both for the purposes of business and for guests who travel for tourism purposes.
The newly opened exquisite hotel offers its guests first-class and comfortable stay in 50 double rooms and apartments, fully air-conditioned, furnished stylishly and modernly.
For our guests’ full satisfaction we serve rich breakfast on a buffet in the stylish restaurant “A la carte”, which is suitable for business meetings and family celebrations.
The Lobby bar is opened to meet the needs of the most demanding guests.
Here you can find a rich assortment of refreshing drinks, suitable for a rest after a long travel or for a meeting with business partners and friends.
The first-class service of the professional team of Best Western Premier Plovdiv will contribute to a flawless stay even for the most demanding guests.
SERVICES IN THE HOTEL
- Reception with multilingual staff
- Express check-in and check-out of the rooms
- Accommodation of pets allowed by paying a fixed fee
- Storage of the luggage
- 24/7 sophisticated Lobby bar
- Restaurant with intercontinental menu and specially selected wine list
- Rich healthy breakfast on a buffet
- Free of charge separate safe deposit box with the size of a laptop
- Free of charge Wi-Fi in the entire complex
- Free over ground and underground parking with 24/7 video surveillance
- Conference room, equipped with modern conference technology
- Business centеr
- Fitness room
- Transfer from Sofia Airport and from Plovdiv Airport to the Hotel and back
- Rent-a-car services
- Laundry and dry cleaning
Plovdiv is the second largest town in Bulgaria and it is an administrative centre of Plovdiv Province. It is situated on the shores of Maritsa River in the central part of the Upper Thracian Lowland. Its territory covers 102 square km, and the number of its citizens is 365 139.
During the course of history Plovdiv has had many names: Kendrisos, Evmolpias, Filipopolis, Pulpudeva, Trimontium, Ulpia, Flavia, Yulia, Paldin, Ploudin, Filibe, etc.
The town is built at the foot of the seven hills, which is why it is often called “The town of the Seven Hills”.
The houses of the Old Town are built in the architecture typical for the Revival period. The Kapana neighbourhood has become an art and cultural centre of the town, with numerous galleries, cosy cafes and art shops. Interesting sights in the town are: The Ancient Theater, the Roman Odeon, the Eirene Archaeological Complex, Nebet Tepe, the Archaeological Museum, the Historical Museum, the Regional Ethnographic Museum, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Aviation. Near the town are situated: Asen's Fortress, Bachkovo Monastery and the Belintash Sanctuary near the town of Asenovgrad.