Originally a residential building, constructed in 1888, this magnificent piece of architecture is listed today on the UNESCO Heritage List as a place to be remembered by generations to come.
The building has been fully reconstructed in 2003 as an exquisite and a modern hotel of 50 air–conditioned, spacious and comfortable rooms with TV’s satellite reception, Pay–TV, internet access, sound proof doors and windows, at the same time, fully respecting it's neo–renaissance origins.
There are 50 newly reconstructed rooms including suites. Every room in the Hotel Seven Days has its own bathroom with a tub or shower corner, toilet, hair-drier and cosmetic mirror. The rooms are equipped with TV sets providing satellite reception, an internal information channel, pay TV channels, radio, direct dial telephones and a mini-bar.
Internet can be accessed by hard plug connections with a laptop or via an infrared keyboard through the Pay TV System. 'Villa Borghese'-style furniture provides rooms with a classic look and a homely atmosphere.
Any Hotel Seven Days Rooms on the attic floor or rooms with a view to the National Museum and Petrin Hill are a perfect choice for a romantic stay. All bedrooms are fully air-conditioned with noise-proof window panes, guaranteeing you rest without any disturbance.
HOW TO GET THERE
by subway (yellow Metro 'C' line) to the "I. P. Pavlova" station
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