Many fall in love with the futuristic design and the orange colour palette which are the trademark of the 20 hotels of the easy chain all over the world. The association with being in an airplane is probably deliberate, as the author of the idea for low-cost hotel is also the owner of the easyJet carrier.
The rooms at easyHotel are compact but not that compact as the infamous capsule hotels in Tokyo. Each room has enough space for a double bed and some functional furniture, and its own shower bathroom. To complete the sense of cosiness, the rooms at easyHotel have adjustable air-conditioning, LCD TV set, free Wi-Fi access and electronic card key. The bathrooms have round windows like in a ship cabin, and the feeling for being in open sea is complemented by the material they are made of, moulded Fiberglass used in modern yachts.
A spacious room is not always functional, and the easyHotel design proves this, with introducing a range of innovative furniture in the rooms. Built-in niches in the beds are the equivalent of traditional wardrobe and nightstand. There is a tiny dressing table with a mirror, spot reading light, and genuine hat and coat racks, the TV is on the wall. The repetitive orange motive is on each detail.
easyHotel Sofiais interesting not only with its genuine vision, but also with its more than affordable prices. The rate for a double room starts from 19 euro, and the earlier you make a reservation, the cheaper your stay is going to be. The prices are dynamic, just like in buying an airplane ticket, so reservations are chiefly made online.
The reception is open 24/7 and for guests with cars there are underground and free outdoor parking.
easyHotel Sofia is in the centre of the capital, one metro station away from the ideal centre. From April 2015 it will have a direct metro connection with Sofia Airport.
108 Aldomirovska St (Konstantin Velichkov Metro Station)
phone: +359 (0)2 920 1654