Hotel White House, Borovets

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A very nice hotel, the lobby etc wasn’t dingy like some are, but looked modern and like it had just been done up. The outside looked nice too. Our room was quite spacious and it was nice to have a balcony. The balcony was facing the back where there were lots of trees, quite landscapey. Tea wasn’t very good... + more
Milly Guy
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Location - where is Hotel White House

Distance to ski lifts: 600 metres

Overview - hotel description - Hotel White House description

The newly built 4 star hotel White House is situated a short walk from the gondola lift and the centre of Borovets resort. Located opposite hotel Victoria and behind Borovets Gardens apartments, the White House hotel offers modern accommodation and a number of leisure facilities, including a free use of indoor swimming pool at the Borovets Gardens which is approximately 50 metres away.


Facilities - Hotel White House features

Restaurant • Lobby bar • Fitness • Sauna • Conference room • Ski storage • Indoor swimming pool at Borovets Gardens (50m) • Wi-Fi in the public areas • Shuttle bus to the gondola lift
Free shuttle bus to the gondola lift • Free use of indoor swimming pool at Borovets Gardens, fitness, sauna & Wi-Fi in the public areas, all other facilities & services may be subject to a local charge.


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Rooms: 90. Floors: 5. Lifts: 2. Prices are per person in a twin room with shower, WC, hairdryer, minibar, Sat-TV, telephone, cable internet & balcony. One & two bedroom suites are also available. Prices include New Year's Eve dinner. Child age: 11 years

Two bedroom suite £1.00 • Christmas dinner £18.80 (adult); £9.40 (child)


Meals - food and drink in Hotel White House

We update Hotel White House's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Borovets - about holidays in Borovets - about ski holidays in Borovets - about ski holidays in Borovets Bulgaria

Lively après ski Bulgaria’s oldest resort 3 ski centres

In Borovets, Bulgaria’s oldest ski resort, you’ll find a ski destination with the ability to transform from a historic village steeped in culture by day, to a booming party capital by night. Ski on deep, fresh powder at the top of the Mount Musala before making your way back to the charming village, meandering through pine forests, and you’ll understand why Borovets keeps bringing people back.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Groups Après ski

Borovets webcam

Snow Report: Top 50cm, Bottom 20cm

Snow Forecast: 10cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 26.33cm

Borovets trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Sofia75km, 1.5 hours
Region:Bulgaria, Rila Mountains
First opened:1896

Borovets lift pass price last reported as £133 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel White House.
Night skiing: Yes
Borovets has N, NW, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1300m
Top of slopes: 2560m
Bottom of piste: 1300m
Vertical drop: 1260m
Total length of trails:24 runs 58km
Longest piste:12km
Do you dream of skiing down the same mountains where Bulgarian Kings of old once hunted? Oh, right. Just us then. Well how about a ski holiday at a snip of the price you’d pay in France or Switzerland, with exhilarating views, booming après ski and large doses of sunshine? That’s more like it. Here in Borovets you’ll experience a resort steeped in tradition and culture, and of course the fantastic skiing opportunities you’d expect to find at Bulgaria’s 1st ski region. In the charming village centre yo...
Young skiers will love Borokids Park, where the magic carpet, carousel can help them get to grips with the snow. The message to beginners from the lovely people at Borovets’ Chili Peppers bar is ‘more beer = less fear!’ however we’d highly advise against skiing under the influence, and instead suggest lessons with one of the local ski schools like Hunters and Yanakiev and the Sitnyakovo Royal Residence Ski Way’s wide, gentle slope for some cruisey confidence building. Each of the 3 ski areas offer int...
In spite of Bansko’s up and coming popularity, Borovets remains the party capital of Bulgarian ski resorts, with vibrant nightlife guaranteed as soon as you’re off the slopes. The ever friendly bar hosts at places like Bobby’s and Samokov offer unbelievably cheap local beer, and once the Bulgarian Rakia shots start flowing, you’ll understand why people are back in Borovets year after year. However, in spite of the après ski festivities, Borovets is far from just another ‘lads holiday’ ski destination. I...

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"Nice and modern looking"

Milly Guy
3/ out of 5
A very nice hotel, the lobby etc wasn’t dingy like some are, but looked modern and like it had just been done up. The outside looked nice too. Our room was quite spacious and it was nice to have a balcony. The balcony was facing the back where there were lots of trees, quite landscapey. Tea wasn’t very good, the food was cold a lot. We had breakfasts a couple of times but again they were cold. We ended up eating all week in Bobby’s bar which is amazing – great for young people, families, anyone. We went down to the swimming pool, but it was freezing so we just got straight out. The location is ok, it was pretty much at the bottom of the strip (not the very last, there were a couple further down). The uphill walk wasn’t too bad though.
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