Our unique rooms
Our guests have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy masterpieces of some of the most renowned Bulgarian artists, such as Encho Pironkov, Kolyo Karamfilov, Emil Stoychev, Rumen Zhekov, and Georgi Baev. Part of our décor is also a traditional Old Bulgarian bench, called “minder” that in sense enhances authenticity and history. The embellishments on the furniture are characteristic of the neoclassical period carefully selected to be in harmony with the history of the building. All facilities in the hotel are one-of-a-kind and custom-made to complement the transition from classical to modern art.
An experience you will remember!
The most visited architectural landmark in Plovdiv – the Ancient Roman Amphitheatre is just 15 metres away from the hotel and visible from the hotel’s balconies. During the summer months, the Roman Theatre transforms into the top place in the city for cultural and art events by hosting operas, plays, one-man shows, concerts, etc. Every year celebrated actors and singers from all around the world perform on the stage of the ancient Roman Theatre. The House-Museum Klianty right next to our hotel is legendary for its impressive murals and colourful ceilings, making it a must-see place for tourists. Just a few minutes walking distance from the hotel is the Kapana district (literal translation: “The Trap”), a trendy place to enjoy during your stay in Gallery 37. Most of all our ever polite and gracious staff is always there to help you have perfect stay.
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A unique historical location
Hotel Gallery 37 is located in the very heart of the biggest historical landmark in Plovdiv – Architectural and Historical Reserve the Old Town. It is surrounded by many marvellous sights – in the immediate vicinity of the hotel you will find the enchanting, enigmatic ancient Roman Theatre, built in the 1st century AD, as well as the first Bulgarian secondary school, nicknamed The Yellow School, built in 1868. What’s more, from our hotel’s garden and balconies you will see St. Dimitar Church, the foundations of which were laid 800 years ago. The hotel itself is right next to House-Museum Klianty, built in mid-XVIII century.