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Where will I stay?

Right below you can find a full list of the hotels, guesthouses and rooms to let in Bansko Bulgaria. If you don't see your business listed here, please contact us and it will be added for free.


Hotels
Hotel
Telephone
Fax
Category
Website
Aneli Hotel
00359 74988070
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Avalon
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Banderitsa
00359 74986600
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Bansko Hotel
00359 7494221
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Bansko Spa
00359 74982281
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Bansko Royal Towers
00359 74984019
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Bisser
00359 74978880
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Bojurland
00359 74987100
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Bulgaria Hotel
00359 29239529
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Chin Chin
00359 74982492
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Downtown
00359 74982492
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Dwata Smarcha Hotel
00359 7492632
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Dzhangal Hotel
00359 74982661
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Elegant
00359 7498860
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Elinor
00359 74988152
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Elitsa
00359 74950002
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Evelina Palace
00359 74986428
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Gardenia Park
00359 74986900
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Glazne Complex Hotel
00359 74988022
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Grand Hotel Bansko
00359 70012120
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Guiness Hotel
00359 28691606
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Hadji Georgi Hotel
00359 887634591
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Ivel
00359 894946767
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Izvorite Hotel
00359 889266927
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Hermes Hotel
00359 885499299
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Kalistrina Kyshta Hotel
00359 74434370
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Karol Hotel
00359 74988088
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Kempinski Grand Arena
00359 74988888
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Kralev Dvor Hotel
00359 74988527
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Lazur Hotel
00359 898609568
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Lion Hotel
00359 24010515
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Lucky Bansko
00359 28066169
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Martin Club
00359 74952424
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Mountain Dream Hotel
00359 885443322
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Mountain Paradise
00359 74952424
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Mountain Romance
00359 885992333
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Mura Hotel
00359 74952424
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Narcis Hotel
00359 888887540
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Olimp Hotel
00359 74438091
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Perun Hotel
00359 74988477
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Perun Lodge
00359 74986200
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Pirin Club
00359 74982626
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Pirin Golf
00359 29833519
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Premier Luxury Resort
00359 74950500
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Rahoff
00359 889220284
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Saint Ivan Rilsko
00359 28107976
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Salena
00359 28107976
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star rating
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Snow Legend Hotel
00359 886169894
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Strazghite Hotel
00359 7494092
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Sunrise Park & Spa
00359 74984009
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Tanne Hotel
00359 74988100
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Valentin Trenchev Hotel
00359 74435527
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Vaptzarov Hotel Chateau
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White Fir Valley Resort
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Guesthouses & Rooms to let
Business
Telephone
Fax
Category
Website
Casa Karina
00359 74995035
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star rating
Chalet Jora & Mira
00359 889002158
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star rating
Chalet Montagne
00359 29179358
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star rating
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Crystal aparts
00359 74983024
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star rating
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Dedo Pene
00359 7495071
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star rating
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Edelvais Tourist House
00359 7498277
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star rating
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Roshkoff House
00359 886840827
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Villa Roka
00359 74988337
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star rating

Where will I eat?
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General information

The archeological traces of the inhabitants of Bansko and the Razlog Valley in general date to the early periods of the Roman Empire. There are several housing structures at the outskirts of the town, which date to 100 BC. However, there is no consensus nor credible theory on who these people were. Bansko became part of Bulgaria, during the reign of Khan Krum, most probably around 811 AD and has been part of Bulgaria, ever since except the period when the country was under Ottoman rule. The Bulgarian Evangelical Church Community, the first Protestant church in Bulgaria, was founded in Bansko on 6 August 1868.

Bansko, once mainly a stockbreeding and travelling merchant community, has become an international centre for winter and summer tourism. The mountain peaks near the town, the numerous lakes and the old pine woods make it a popular site for recreation. Bulgaria's share in European winter tourism is steadily rising, and Bansko increasingly competes with resorts in France and Switzerland due to the comparative lower costs but not in quality.

Improvements to the infrastructure and organisation of the ski area on Todorka have been made annually to accommodate the rising number of tourists. A gondola lift was built from town in 2003, replacing the minibus ride to the primary base area of Banderishka Poliana. As of 2010, the ski area has 75km (47mi) of ski runs, 27 lifts and drags, serving up to 24,500 persons per hour. The lift-served summit rises to an elevation of 2,600m (8,500ft) above sea level. The vertical drop is nearly 1,000m (3,300 ft) to the base area at Banderishka Poliana, and over 1,600m (5,200ft) with the ski runs to town.

The nearby village of Banya, located only 5km (3mi) from the town, is known for its 27 thermal mineral springs.

The town is served by the scenic narrow gauge line from Septemvri to Dobrinishte. Regular bus connections are available to Sofia, Plovdiv, Blagoevgrad, Gotse Delchev, Razlog, among others.

Many of the infrastructure problems have been given attention to since 2009. The Large portion of unfinished apartments are now being given attention as well. Due to the global recovery from the financial crisis and the more realistic pricing, apartments are attracting more buyers from across Europe. In 2010 the resort recovered from the crisis and has seen record profits.

Bansko has recently hosted FIS World Cup alpine ski races: the women raced in 2009 in two downhills and a super G. The men's circuit made its first stop at Bansko in 2011 with a super combined and a slalom. It hosted the men's giant slalom in February 2012 and the FIS World Cup ladies' downhill and super G, and men's giant slalom and slalom. Alpine and biathlon competitions take place regularly. It is expected that the summer biathlon world cup will also take place in the resort of Bansko.

In recent years, the town has gained international popularity as a pop and jazz scene after the start of the annual Bansko Jazz Festival and consequently the annual Bansko pop-star concert featuring top pop stars.

Source: Wikipedia

Ski center information

If you're thinking of skiing in Bansko and (inevitably!) use the ski center's lifts, here's a table of the current prices for this season.

Bansko ski center, lifts prices season 2013-2014
Duration
Adults
Uni students
Pupils
Kids (age 7-12)
1 day
€58
€53
€49
€38
2 days
€112
€101
€96
€74
3 days
€170
€153
€145
€110
4 days
€224
€202
€190
€145
5 days
€279
€251
€237
€182
6 days
€327
€294
€277
€212
9 days
€454
€408
€385
€295
13 days
€629
€566
€534
€408
1/2 day
€45
€43
€41
€32
Season
€1.450
€1.200
€850
€700
Gondola only
€28
€25
€24
€18

You can also view the map below, showing all the available ski & snowboard tracks of Bansko.

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