This newly built hotel from Radisson Individuals in Plovdiv boasts 194 spacious guest rooms and suites overlooking the city centre, the hills of Plovdiv or the hotel’s private garden.
In addition, hotel guests will benefit from a broad range of services, including free Wi-Fi and on-site parking with four Tesla charging stations. Also included is a fitness centre with a sauna, steam bath, aroma sauna and jacuzzi. The hotel boasts six 850-m2 meeting rooms equipped with the latest audiovisual and communication technologies. The hotel’s ballroom on the top floor will make for ideal special occasions, and wedding planners will adore the hotel’s garden’s arch, which adds a romantic touch.
“We are glad to celebrate our comeback in Bulgaria! We are thrilled to introduce Radisson Individuals to the South-East Europe market, which is a perfect addition to our umbrella brands, and it’s part of our commitment to provide the best possible experiences for visitors. The new brand offers guests an opportunity to discover this vibrant and historic city while benefitting from our high standards of quality and “Yes I Can!” service.”
Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President, Central & Eastern Europe, Russia and Turkey at Radisson Hotel Group, said.
As the first Radisson Individuals branded hotel in Bulgaria, Hotel Imperial Plovdiv General Manager Georgi Totev stated,
“We are honoured to join the Radisson Hotel Group and play a primary role in providing outstanding hospitality and memorable experiences for our guests while visiting our historical and cultural city.”
The all-day dining Forty-Two restaurant serves both international and Bulgarian cuisine. With over 350 whiskies, including rare malts & limited editions, the Whisky Library Bar offers the largest selection of whiskies in Bulgarian hotels. On the top floor, guests may enjoy excellent drinks while admiring the amazing view over the rooftops of Plovdiv and the majestic Rhodope Mountains. Visitors to Plovdiv should take advantage of wine-tasting trips in the Rhodope region or explore the local food scene with local ingredients and traditional dishes.
Bulgaria’s cultural capital, Plovdiv, hosts a lot of significant cultural events. The International Fair Plovdiv, a key forum, has been there for many years. There are many Roman ruins, such as the old Roman Odeon and the Aqueduct. Most nearby attractions, including The Old Town and Roman Theatre of Philippopolis, an architectural reserve on three hills in Plovdiv, are within walking distance of the hotel. The theatre still hosts operas and concerts and can accommodate more than 7,000 spectators with a spectacular view of the Rhodope mountains.
The Hotel Imperial Plovdiv, part of the Radisson group, is located close to the Kapana district, one of the most remarkable areas of Plovdiv. Visitors to Kapana are captivated by its medieval streets and traditional restaurant options. The city’s creative heart attracts artists, curators, architects, writers, and musicians worldwide. It is easiest to visit Plovdiv via its airport, located 12 km away, or its central railway station.