Panoramically situated in the southern end of Bansko, along the river that gave the hotel its name, Hotel Glazne is an oasis of harmony between local habits, comfort and service.
You can expect all the conveniences and entertainment that you need to spend an unforgettable holiday or a nice business weekend.
The famous garden is the trademark of Hotel Glazne, with its natural beauty and cosy comfort for you and your children alike. Here you can have a breath of fresh air and enjoy the calmness of the mountain and the sunshine while indulging yourself in having a drink at the garden bar. Your kids will be attracted by the open-air kindergarten.
A conference room and diverse venues are also at your disposal, creating a homely and welcoming ambience.
All rooms offer regular cleaning,night illumination, a living corner with 2 chairs, a round table and a wardrobe.
At the hotel, you can visit a restaurant, a tavern, a lobby bar, the sky bar and during summer, the restaurant-garden.
Experience famous Bulgarian hospitality in the tavern and taste numerous traditional and exotic game specialities, selected wines and other drinks.
The 40-seat restaurant is the perfect place to carry out family and business parties and cocktails.
The Sky bar offers you its unique atmosphere under the stars and the delight of the coffee specialities and sweets freshly prepared in the hotel's own bakery. It is a great place for business cocktails, conferences or just disco parties. It has 60 seats, daylight dimming, flipchart, microphone, 2 TV sets, multimedia and all other equipment that may be necessary.
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Transfer time from Sofia International Airport is approximately 3 hours. You can reach Bansko either by flying to Sofia Airport and driving to the south, or by flying to Thessaloniki (Salonica) in Greece, and driving 3 hours to the north.
Transfer from Sofia (for hotel guests only) for not more than 12 persons can be arranged (charges apply).
Bansko is full of history, culture, tradition and folklore. This magic town is located on the northeastern slopes of the Pirin Mountains, there are many leisure activities and excursions in this area. Pirin National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the summer there are many tourism and sporting events, including the International Jazz Festival held from 8 to 13 August.
In the vicinity there is a modern ski centre, as well as several interesting places to visit, like the Rila Monastery, the Rozhen Monastery and Melnik - the smallest town in Bulgaria, which is also an architectural reserve and features the famous sand pyramids.