The 3-stars hotel Maxim is situated within immediate vicinity of the cultural and administrative center of the capital. Hotel Maxim offers an excellent base to which you can return each night after a busy day's exploring. Single, double, suites and suites-mesonet, air conditioned accommodation is on offer, making this an ideal location for both, solo travellers and families. Helpful in-room facilities are complemented by separate living and work areas. Wireless internet is available in public areas only and charges are applicable Enjoy the independence and privacy of the fully-equipped accommodation Feel the magic of the hospitality! Just a few minutes away from the heart of Sofia, Located at: 5 minutes walk to Sofia downtown 10 minutes walk to the shopping zone of Vitosha Street 15 minutes walk to the Church Alexander Nevski 20 minutes drive to the Sofia airport . The Hotel Maxim is centrally located amid the cultural and administrative heart of the city. Numerous shopping streets and sight-seeing opportunities are within a walkable distance, while tram and bus networks operate within a few metres of the hotel. Nearby attractions include: Vitosha Boulevard (1 km) - the main shopping street in Sofia, home to numerous shopping, restaurant and entertainment opportunities. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (1.2 km) - one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world, this striking structure is one of Sofia's most popular attractions. National Palace of Culture (1.5 km) - world renowned convention and exhibition centre. Numerous events are held here all year round, including concerts and the annual Sofia film festival. Sofia is Bulgaria's capital and largest city with a population of more than 1.2 million people. Sofia dominates Bulgaria's economic, social and political scenes. In the 7th century BC, the Thracian Serdi tribe settled here. In the 14th century, Sofia was named after the basilica St. Sofia, the oldest East-Orthodox Church in the city, built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian in the period 527 – 565 AD. During five centuries of Ottoman rule the church had been turned into a mosque. Beside the wall of the church is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After a devastating earthquake in the 19th Century, the church was abandoned and only in 1900 was it restored in full. Vitosha Mountain is on the south part of the town. IMPORTANT INFORMATION The hotel is not accessible for wheel chairs.