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Lonely Planet review
Hotel Rozhena has simple but comfortable rooms with TV and bathroom, and more luxurious double apartments, though prices have crept up, making it less enticing than before. A sauna and gym are available, and there’s a restaurant.
Our independent authors have visited Rozhena Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Rozhen Monastery.
Description provided by property
Set against the Pirin Mountains, this hotel is in the village of Rozhen, just 1 km away from the Rozhen Monastery. Facilities include a restaurant, traditional tavern, a free outdoor pool and a small wellness centre. Free WiFi and free private parking are also available.
Satellite TV, air conditioning and a small fridge are provided in all of Rozhena Hotel’s rooms. You can then choose from rooms with or without a balcony. Some of the rooms come with a spa bathtub and a sauna.
The restaurant serves international dishes and wines. For traditional Bulgarian recipes, you can visit the tavern, with a terrace and grilled meat specialities from the grill. Morning coffee and cookies are offered for free.
Wellness facilities include a hot tub and a sauna, all available at a surcharge. A free outdoor pool and a compact fitness studio are available as well. Sun loungers and parasols are provided on the poolside terrace, free of charge.
The city of Melnik is 6 km away from Hotel Rozhena.
A deposit via bank wire is required to secure your reservation over public holidays and varies according to season. Rozhena Hotel will contact you with instructions after booking.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Children's playground
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Snack bar
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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