Only a 15-minute walk from Sofia's central pedestrian Vitosha boulevard and in a quiet area near the Medical Academy Complex, the
Only a 15-minute walk from Sofia's central pedestrian Vitosha boulevard and in a quiet area near the Medical Academy Complex, the Medic Hotel offers you en-suite and air-conditioned rooms and a charming garden. All rooms are equipped with a satellite TV and free Wi-fi is available in the public areas of the Medic Hotel The winter garden with an open fireplace is great for relaxing during the colder months, while the restaurant offers an inviting garden terrace in summer. Airport transfers, an ironing service and packed lunches are available on request at the Medic Hotel. Parking is possible at a surcharge.
Facilities offered in Medic Hotel :
WiFiLockersShared lounge/TV areaFree WiFiFacilities for Disabled GuestsDry Cleaning7+More Amenities
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Triple Room in Medic Hotel
Air conditioning,TV,Telephone,Heating,Bathroom,Refrigerator,Shower,Iron,Wake-up service
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
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TERRIBLE 3 reviews
24 May 2017
For £ 60 for two nights, I expected at least basic accommodation conditions. Dirty bathroom, clogged canals, canal hairs, garbage all over the floor, dust! The bed sheets were short and I literally slept on a mattress covered with hairs and dirt! No matter how inexpensive a hotel is, it should meet the minimum criteria. In this case, I saw a total disrespectful and unprofessional attitude towards customers. The only reason to keep a room in this hotel is its proximity to Alexandrovska Hospital, but I do not recommend it! The staff is cozy and courteous as far as they can!
12 Nov 2015
Cheap but dissapointing
I used to think that the hotel is the best option you can get in the capital, since it is in the downtown area and it is cheap. But i had to go several times and on every consequtive visit i find something new to irritate me.
The rooms are fairly clean, but there is no Wi-Fi anywhere, with the exception of the room right next to reception. And they say it has to be, they even give you a piece of paper with a password. But the Wi-Fi is NEVER in range.
There are no heaters and no extra blankets. And the walls are paper-thin, so i was literally freazing during my visits in October, when the central heating was out. I had to sleep with my coat and hat on.
One time they put me in a room with busted lock on the door. So i had to sleep with the room not being closed(for the record, this was the door facing the street, so everyone could walk in anytime). Needless to say i could't rest one bit that night.
And last but not least, the cleaning lady doesn't care if you are out or not- she will try everything in her power to rush in, even if you shout "Occupied".
Friends getaway Traveller
28 Apr 2015
Poor Hotel and Outdated
The hotel is located close to the centre of Sofia, which is probably the best benefit of this hotel. The check in at the hotel was very slow and also seemed very disorganised. There was paperwork all over the office and we even had to be asked where to go as there was no signage of where the rooms were located. We should have been given this information when handed the keys. We also had to prompt for the wifi code which was almost impossible to connect to and very slow.
I had booked a single room but had ended up with a 3 bed room. The bed was old and not very comfortable. The light in the hallway did not work, the sink in the bathroom had a big crack running through it, The tap handle had also come off its fixing and we did not even have a duvet! Just a blanket and a sheet that we had to make up ourselves. It was really basic.
On the plus side I would say that the receptionist was very helpful when the car got clamped outside whilst we were checking in and helped contact the clamping company to come and remove it. This was very much appreciated and had turned it around the dismal experience earlier.
The hotel needs a lot of work and renovation. We have paid less money this week for higher quality rooms than we received here. The breakfast was very basic consisting of a slice of bread, a piece of meat and a piece of cheese. It was disappointing and I would not stay here again.
08 Nov 2011
Stay away from this hotel.
The rooms are spacious, but the mattresses are by far the most uncomfortable, I have ever slept in and the so announced free Wi-Fi in the rooms doesn t function elsewhere than by the reception area. There is no breakfast available, even as extra possibility, the rooms are not that clean, I had to lock my luggage everytime I left the hotel, and the nearby area is not the best one during the night. The only advantages could be the proximity to the Medical University, maybe 200-300 meters and the fact, that the receptionists are friendly and skilled to speak several languages such as English and German. For 30-35 euro, this place is far too expensive for the Bulgarian standards and the absolute no-go for Europeans.
10 Jul 2006
cheap and clean
The hotel is one of the cheapest in the city. It is very nice there - clean and the staff is very friendly. To the city center it is only 10 minutes to go. We enjoyed our stay there.