easyHotel Sofia - artist's impression

September 2009

Super budget brand easyHotel is further expanding its hotel offering as it announces its taking reservations from the 15th October for its newest property, in Sofia, Bulgaria. Located in the bustling heart of the capital, the hotel will open its doors in January 2010 with an opening offer on prices starting from just €10 (euros) per room per night.

The latest addition to the easyHotel portfolio is the 11th property to be opened by the brand and their first new build hotel. Offering 57 air conditioned rooms easyHotels Sofia is bookable on their website at www.easyhotel.com where rooms are priced on the basis of the earlier you book, the less you pay and periods of high demand cost more than less popular periods.

Renowned for its simple ‘no frills’ approach easyHotel is completely transparent on its services and pricing structure and in keeping with the easyHotel concept of value for money, services such as TV, internet access and extra towels will be available for a small extra charge to guests who require them.

Calum Russell, easyHotel.com Commercial Director: “We are very excited by the continued growth of the easyHotel brand and our expansion into the capital of Bulgaria. Sofia is a stunning city, where old and new merge seamlessly and is well served from across Europe by a number of low cost airlines. Our affordable, value for money rooms will allow us to leverage value from the growing number of visitors to this developing city.“


For further information about easyHotel please contact Sophie Lennon or Hannah Baker at The SPA Way on 020 7403 6900 or email Hannah.baker@thespaway.com

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About easyHotel
www.easyHotel.com - Simple comfort, great value

Part of the easyGroup of businesses owned by Stelios Haji-Ioannou, easyHotel (which is an entirely separate company from easyJet plc), franchises hotels in the United Kingdom and across Europe, with 5London locations as well as Luton, Basel, Zurich Budapest, Larnaka and now Sofia. Further openings planned for Q1 of 2010 include Berlin and Dubai.

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