"Famous Burgas hoteliers have opened the newly built hotel" Savoy Palace ". It has 52 comfortably furnished rooms with amenities from Western European hotels, "reads a newspaper newspaper dated November 1, 1930. 86 years later, the building on Maria Luisa Blvd. 62 has not changed its purpose, but only the name "Lyon", and occupies its worthy place in the portfolio of Unique Estates.
The emblematic hotel is located meters from "Lion's Bridge", one of the symbols of Sofia. The "Charien Bridge", as originally called for its wooden part, painted in the colors of the Bulgarian flag, was built in 1890 on the order of the straw merchant Khalil Sai Efend. The contractor of the construction is the company of the Proshek brothers. A year later were added the four bronze lions, made by the Viennese company "Philip Vaagner Biro". The area around the bridge is immediately an attractive center for entrepreneurs and businessmen. With its convenient location and impressive vision, Savoy Palace is naturally interesting for people with sophisticated taste. It strongly contrasts with the inconspicuous inns and inns in the area.
His heir, Lyon, retains his aristocratic stance. Situated on 2078 square meters, the hotel has 33 stylishly furnished rooms. An elevated bistro is located at elevation zero, and there is a public car park next door. Its ideal location, in the heart of Sofia, allows guests to fully enjoy their stay in it. Most significant tourist sites are a short walk away. Immediate proximity to the metro and other major transport links is a must for business customers. Due to its perfect location and good service, Lyon Hotel boasts a well-established clientele and an excellent image. "Visit and make sure the hotel will satisfy even the most sophisticated taste," he wrote in the 1930 newspaper. To date, the claim remains fully valid.
The property is available exclusively from Unique Estates. View more of UES.bg, Ref ID: 7147, Area: 2078 sq.m. Price: on request
Sources: "Sofia 50 Years Ago",
Georgi Kanazirski-Verin, ed. 1947
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