Wide selection of food and beverages – alcoholic and soft drinks, desserts, chips, nuts
Grand Hotel “London” in Varna opened in 1912, and even then became the most prestigious place in the city and was a symbol of luxury and aristocracy. Today, a century later, traditions return to preserving the status of one of the world’s best hotels since the beginning of the last century. The Grand Hotel “London” again impresses with the sophistication of its interior and the sophistication of service, which is proof that legends do not die, but become even more beautiful with each subsequent retelling.
Grand Hotel London was built in the period 1906 – 1912. It was at that time one of the most beautiful buildings in Varna. It was comfortably furnished and was not inferior to Western European hotels. In the construction and establishment of the most modern technologies for its time, a number of facilities such as central heating were offered. The first elevator in the city is being installed here.
The hotel, located on the central city square, was the place where the Varna political and business elite met daily. As the city developed and expanded, Musala Square said goodbye to its glory and the hotel fell into disrepair. Only one painting by the great Bulgarian artist Lachezar Oshavkov in the foyer of the hotel, reminiscent of its old glory.
The renovated hotel restores the traditions of the best hotels in 2006. Here the elegance of the interior of the early twentieth century and the modern level of comfort are perfectly combined. The interiors have been completely redesigned to meet the highest quality standards.
Grand Hotel London offers 24 elegant, luxuriously furnished rooms. They are executed in one style and differ in color solutions, furniture, and size. There are four types of rooms – standard, luxury, studio, and junior suites. The main concept followed in the design of the rooms is the combination of beauty with the comfort of the guests. The rooms and common areas of the hotel are in the brilliant late baroque style.
Competition for children’s drawing on the theme of whales and their cubs
A cumulative exhibition in memory of Arch. Dabko Dabkov, who also designed the building of the Grand Hotel London
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