In Feb. 2010 we have chosen this hotel because of its proximity to the lift (some 7 min. on foot). It's ok if you are not spoiled by chique hotels. This one offers clean linen, good breadfast, nice front desc. But we were warned not to book dinners - good advice it was, as there are plenty of wonderful mehanas downtown (resto) with traditional and inexpencive food and friendly waiters.
Close to the gondola lift, 15 min. on foot to the old city.
Nice house on 3 floors. We spent a night in a big apartment with 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms and a living room and everything for only 40 euro for the 4 of us. It’s worth it.
It’s better place for sleeping than Vihren hunt but you should not expect too much. Everything depends on why you’re there. If you want luxury, stay in Bansko but if you wanna feel the air of the mountain you must stay in a hunt or a camp.
Bunderitsa hunt is only 30 min walking far from hunt Vihren so it is also very appropriate for going to the peak.
I can’t recommend this hunt now. It was old dirty and everything bad you can imagine. Now it is under construction and I hope that next summer will be a nice and pleasant place. Although it was absolutely uncomfortable there were always people there because of 2 things:
- this is the nearest place for sleeping near peak Vihren( 3 hours)
- the lovely nature
This is a family hotel and the owner is the mayor of Bansko. The house has 3 floors with double and triple rooms and little apartment. It is located not far from the center.
What I loved the most there was the breakfast. Every morning you receive delicious breakfast made by the mayor’s wife Natalia
Chalet Jora is a beautiful chalet located in Bansko's old town. The chalet has 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, large lounge with log fire, and cosy dining room. The chalet has all the mod cons you'd expect from a luxury chalet, such as plasma TV with cable, free Wifi internet, Nintendo Wii, honesty bar, heated boot room, Ipod docking station, however the price is much less than you'd expect.
I'd definitely recommend Bansko and Chalet Jora to anyone looking for a great value skiing trip in an up and coming resort.
Really cosy and comfortable. Home from home feeling. Friendly hosts that go the extra mile for their guests.
Mountain views from some rooms. Great central location. Private shuttle bus to and from slopes everyday.
At my second day in Bansko, coming back from the Pirin mountains, I stayed at a hostal at the Todor Aleksandrov street. This street is the one that goes from the central squair (Nicola Vaptsarov) to the trainstation. The hostal is situated on the west side of the street, some 100 meters from the main squair. The hostal is hidden behind a wall, and is entered via a small garden. The hostal has rooms with a private bathroom and a balcony. The official price is 20 lv per person, but if you are together with Bulgarians you pay 10 lv. I was lucky that I met some Bulgarians who where staying at that hostal, so they didn’t charged me for the double price. The rooms are clean, yet small, the owner speaks English
At my first day in Bansko I stayed at a hostal at the street Banyo Marinov. This street comes out at the Tsar Simeon street (Eastern part of the street, near the post-office) and is situated next to the park. Coming from the Tsar Smeon street its on the left side of the Banyo Marinov street. The hostal has several rooms, which have a livingroom, bathroom, television and fridge. And a balcony, from which you have a great view at the mountains. I stayed at the place for 15 lv; yet the official price is 30 lv per room. There is no official reception or what ever, you just get a key for your room and that’s all. (so, also no breakfast or dinner) But that’s common for a hostal. The rooms are clean, bright, the owners are friendly and its less than 100 meters from the centre. Owners can speak German.
"Hotel Hadjiev" is situated in the village of Dodriniste, only 6 km South of the most popular ski resort in Bulgaria, Bansko. The hotel has three floors, plus the ground floor, where the tavern and kitchen are located. On the first floor there is also a 20-person large hospitality room for gets together, conversations, coffee and drinks.
Every guest have a complimentary glass of red wine with dinner. The wine is home made and considered to be the best in the region.
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