Plaza Palace Hotel
Address12 Slivnitsa Blvd Varna CitySee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Conveniently located on the main pedestrian street of Varna, next to the entrance of the Sea Garden and 50 metres from the beach, Plaza Palace Hotel offers modern rooms and studios with Free WiFi.
The rooms feature luxurious furniture, air conditioning, cable TV, a telephone, a refrigerator and a bathroom with hairdryer. The spacious studios all have a balcony with beautiful views over the Varna Bay, the Sea Garden and the city.
Guests can find shops, restaurants and various cafés and bars in the immediate vicinity of Plaza Palace Hotel.
The Museum of Archeology is a 10-minute walk away while the Roman Thermae and Varna Cathedral are reachable within a 15-minute walk. The Aquarium is just a 1-minute walk away. The hotel is also located in the business area of town, next to the Festival and Congress Center.
A bus stops is 100 metres away, Varna Train Station is 2 km away and the airport is 10 km away. The Plaza Palace provides a 24-hour front desk service and can help to organise excursions in the area.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- VIP room facilities
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Car hire
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
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