One of two communist-era landmark hotels in the city, the Tarnovia is well-located within easy walking distance of the market square and offers great views of the adjacent church and charming solar system fountain. Built in the 1970s (forgive the concrete), the hotel has made a successful recent effort to modernise and offers rooms at two standards - 'premium' and 'premium lux' - depending on your preference. Facilities include the long- and up-standing restaurant, lobby bar, modern conference centre, and parking in the nearby vicinity. Today the hotel is owned by the staff themselves, giving the whole place an aura of pride lacking in many hotels of a higher standard.
Facilities for disabled