Ramada Plovdiv Trimontium4.0 out of 5.0
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Very comfortable stay in a junior suite with everything you need. Breakfast was lovely with a good choice of hot and cold food. Used the swimming pool facilities and enjoyed a quiet swim. The hotel could do with a facelift in general as signs of wear and tear, old age of carpets, fixtures and fittings. Located well in the centre of Plovdiv.
The 2 stars I give here are for the quite good staff, no doubt doing their best amidst a hotel falling apart around them. I chose this hotel because it is convenient for both Plovdiv's bus station and its lovely old city (well worth a visit!). It provides, on paper at any rate, the reassurance of affiliation with an international hotel chain and its external appearance impresses - I guess it was quite some place in its glory days. The lobby is nice, if dated ... but step into one of its rooms or scratch the surface and you'll see that this hotel is in need of significant investment to bring it within minimal international standards. To some extent I saw the funny side of this, with the hotel having the long empty corridored eeriness of the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” or of the post-apocalyptic Las Vegas in "Bladerunner, 2049". Disconcertingly, condoms were available for sale by the mini bar, positioned hilariously on top of a leaflet saying, "Ramada: do your thing, leave the rest to us". I had to move rooms because the 1st one they put me in was directly above the lounge where one of those male/female singing duos whose talent exists in inverse relation with their boundless self confidence was caterwauling at high decibel. I think they may have been 10th runners up in the Bulgarian Eurovision heats. The hotel appears to draw much of its revenue from said lounge acts (there are cabaret venues on both the ground and top floors, so beware) and its casino. In short, it has that slightly seedy ambience one finds only in the more unreconstructed bits of Eastern Europe, Blackpool and Reno, Nevada. Anyway, the next room they put me in suffered from an extractor fan going at full tilt, making a racket like a delivery lorry backing into a service bay. They sent someone up to sort that. The bathroom, whilst clean, appeared to have a toilet that didn't flush until I discovered that the trick was to pull the flush mechanism up along with the top of the cistern. Strange, but I let this pass. Sadly, I let the fact that the bathroom door handle was loosely fixed pass too and, on my final morning there, it came off in my hand when I attempted to open it, locking me in. Fortunately, I had my mobile with me and was able to call my colleague who alerted reception to my plight and sent a man up to fix it. After liberating me, clad only in a towel, from my temporary prison, he proceeded to try to fix the door there and then! Only after mush shooing motions and highlighting my semi naked condition, did he get out, allowing me to dress, pack and me and my colleague to get outta Dodge, with peals of retrospective laughter. As you can see, I saw the funny side of the sheer absurdity of this place but on a serious note this, and another incompetent hotel experience in Sofia a few days before, has made me reluctant to revisit Bulgaria until its infrastructure begins to approach that of what it is - a EU member state. I was in Romania the month before and had none of these problems. In addition, Plovdiv is European Capital of Culture for 2019 - well deserved given its rich cultural heritage - but hotels like this, unless they shape up fast, can only sour visitors' experience of what ought to be a fascinating European city and country.
Near the University and over an old Roman Way and surrounding of Roman ruins, shops and restaurants. Indoor (impressive) abd outdoor pools. Nice breakfast and casino inside. Need some reworking in the rooms.
We had the chance to book a room to this hotel with a crazy discount, so we jumped on it. A seemingly luxurious hotel, close to the old city of Plovdiv, everything looks perfect. The reality tells another story. The hotel want to looks like a luxury one. But everything's fake. Add on it the worst bed in our whole Bulgarian trip, old bathroom with wide open hatch on the wall, overused fittings and awful soundproofing. Only the breakfast was good, with a crazy amount of choice. Even there, despite that choice, some products tastes awfully (the parties are beyond disgusting). A big, big disappointment for an hotel we believe would be the highlight of our stay and ends up being the only bad one.
Grand, I thought when seen from a distance and this impression lingers inside as well. Lots of marble, carpets, large airy sitting areas on guest floors, in house Casino, fancy restaurant, cafe, outdoor pool, doormen & security. Helpful reception staff, wide selection at breakfast, good WiFi signal, and a minibar item I haven't seen in other hotels. Perfect location: southern tip of a pedestrian area of Plovdiv, Old Town in plain view and a short stroll away. Check this Hotel out when looking for a Plovdiv accommodation.
How unorganized this hotel is. We were part of a tour group staying at this hotel. There were 150 of us in this tour. When we arrived the hotel had only one clerk at the reception desk to check in 150 people. Really? The crowd became boisterous because the hotel had no additional staff to help the clerk who was alone. The manager came out to find out what the commotion was about and decided not help the poor clerk who had to check in 150 angry tourists by herself. The process took over an hour for some in our group just get their room keys. With two working elevators it was another long wait to transport our luggage up to our room on the 4th floor. Find the dining room was another fiasco. We went up to the 5th floor and asked the staff where's the dining room. They tell us there's no dining room on the fifth floor and told us to go back down to the lobby restaurant. We go back to the lobby and have wait in line just to find out that the dinner was indeed on the fifth floor. Unbelievable the staff on the 5th floor (Sinatra) don't even know where the banquet room is on the 5th floor. I've traveled the world and this is the most disorganized hotel I've ever been to. The General manager should be fired. The staff needs better training. Customer service is lacking. Staff stands around and are unable to answer simple questions. This hotel deserves -0
Rooms are discusting and old. A/C didn't work so it was horribly hot even during night time. On weekends the hotel often has parties on the top floor. You will not be able to sleep because the music is so loud till 4 am. Staff does not care about that. Swimming pool inside is closed. Outside swimming pool is closed as well due to a problem with the water. People are not even allowed to enjoy the sun because the whole pool area is closed. But notice on thr Ramada homepage about that.
This hotel is my favorite one, with its location, atmosphere and attitude.I`m staing in jacuzzi rooms which are spacious and quiet. The breakfast buffet is rich, the outdoor swimming pool is for free and a very pleasant place for relax.
Perfect place to stay for exploring plovdiv. All the spots can be done by foot. And if you don't like to walk ask the kind people behind the reception to order a taxi. Which are recommended, because cheap. Eneryone in the hotel speaks english fluently which made our stay for five days comfortabel. We had a suite, nice beds. Everyday clean towels, and if you wish everyday clean sheets. Breakfast buffet was perfect. And not to forget the swimming pool. Perfect for cooling down after a day of sightseeing.
The Ramada Hotel in Plovdiv was a very good choice. A good hotel, very well located with a good service and a good restaurant. Rooms are large and comfortable. The staff is friendly. The meals at the restaurant are very good. You can enjoy a great pool. I highly recommend it.
- Free breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Plovdiv Center, Ramada Plovdiv Trimontium is within a 10-minute stroll of sights such as Saint Marina Church and Ivan Vazov National Library of Bulgaria. This 158-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a casino, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Centrally located in Plovdiv, the hotel is also a short walk from Dzhumaya Mosque and Ethnographic Museum.
Each morning free breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy dining at Ambassador Roof, one of 2 onsite restaurants. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.
All 158 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers. Desks are also available.
Ramada Plovdiv Trimontium features a casino, a nightclub, and an indoor pool. If you drive, self parking is EUR 4 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 86. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include an outdoor pool, a children's pool, and a health club.
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54% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 394 reviews