Greenville Hotel and Apartments Sofia to be Rebranded as a Park Inn

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Rezidor Hotel Group has signed its very first Park Inn hotel in Bulgaria. The Park Inn Sofia featuring 113 rooms is scheduled to open in Q3 2010 as a rebranding of the existing Greenville Hotel and Apartments, Sofia.

The Greenville hotel, which opened in 2005, features 113 rooms, suites, studios and apartments. The hotel comprises a restaurant with an outdoor terrace, two bars and two meeting rooms. A wellness and sports centre offers an indoor swimming pool, fitness area and treatment rooms.

The hotel is located 3.5 km south of Sofia city centre and 7 km from the International Airport. It has excellent access to the numerous business parks which surround the city and are home to many international firms. Sofias two most important congress centres, the Inter Expo & Congress Centre and National Palace of Culture, are also in proximity.

This new property will strengthen our presence in Sofia; it complements our successful Radisson Blu Grand Hotel which is located opposite the National Assembly, said Kurt Ritter, President & CEO of Rezidor.

Sofia is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has a unique, varied architectural style mixing east and west, with Orthodox churches, Ottoman mosques and even Red Army monuments punctuating the skyline. With the Communism era receding from memory, today the city offers the shopping malls, restaurants and bars one would expect from a European capital.

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