Hotel Maria Luisa hotel is an exquisite building dating back to the turn of the last century and considered one of the national cultural monuments. Its ideal location and close proximity to significant business and administrative centres make it a perfect place for business travellers. The hotel offers a unique combination of high quality, individual treatment of every guest, luxurious servicing, calmness and home atmosphere. The hotel offers 15 rooms and 5 apartments which are accommodate for single and double occupancy furnished in classic style. In 2003, the boutique Maria Luisa hotel won an award for the best urban hotel in Madrid and in 2009 and 2010 an award for Socially concerned hotel of the year in the four star category. At guest’s disposal are A-la-carte restaurant Maria Luisa, Lobby bar and Vienna café where you can enjoy the extensive selection of salads, dishes and homemade pastries. Read more
The building houses the historical spirits of a witness, a participant in the past of ancient Sofia and distinct Maria Luisa hotel as remarkable and unique. Located on the boulevard Kniaginia Maria Luisa, which has been the boulevard welcoming all heads of state in the past, the building is captured by a territory with a statute of a group monument of culture “Old market area”. This has been the most impressive street from the train station to the palace. Celebrities such as Academic Ivan Geshov lived in the region. He was a Bulgarian politician, a leader of the People’s party and a Prime Minister of Bulgaria in the 32nd government (1911-1913). After the Liberation of Bulgaria, Ivan Geshov was one of the leaders of the People’s party in the Eastern Rumelia. He was the first chairman of the District Assembly (1879-1880) and a Financial Director (1882-883). Since 1883, he had lived in Sofia, where he became a Director of the Bulgarian National Bank (1883-1886). He took part in the negotiations for signing the Treaty of Bucharest (1886) and signed it on behalf of Bulgaria.