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With the beginning of the new millennium Despot Slav Hotel start working in the ancient Bulgarian town of Melnik. Gritty towers and pyramids eroded in fantastic shapes, modeled by the wind surround the town in all directions. Its name originates from them, 'mel' means a sandstone.
Hotel is named after Despot Slav, the ruler who in the 13th c. reigned over the independent southwestern Bulgarian principality with Melnik as a capital city. During Despot Slavs reign in the town arts and trades - mural painting, wood-carving, goldsmiths trade, smiths trade, masonry, etc. flourished, as well as the free trade with Dubrovnik and other highly developed cultural and commercial centres. Throughout the fourteen centuries of its existence Melnik - the smallest town in Bulgaria, has preserved multitudinous monuments of culture from Thracian, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Ages.
Address: 58 Melnik str., Melnik 2820, Melnik
Distance to center:
Distance to airport: 188km to Airport Sofia
Distance to bus station: 0.8km
Distance to railway station: 21km to Sandanski
Distance to cash machine: 0.1km
Safe at the reception:
yes, on payment
Wi-Fi internet in the hotel: yes, free
Wi-Fi internet in the rooms: yes, free
Reception: 24 hours
Built up entirely in the tradition of the typical old Melnik houses - with stone foundations and wall, doors of wood, windows of colour glass, furniture of wrought iron and glass in Retro style, the hotel has all the advantages of the modern civilization - phone, digital TV, bathroom with WC and cellarets in every room.
There are 20 cozy rooms and 4 suites in the hotel.