On the occasion of the 10th birthday of the hotel, we give our guests a 10% discount on accommodation and eating at the restaurant.
This gift is valid for the period 01.07 – 31.08.2018
The Black Stork hotel this year was awarded again with the Guest Review Award for 2016 by the international travel accommodation site Booking.com. The prize was awarded thanks to the overall rating that we raised from 8.7 last year to 9.2 this year, with a maximum of 10. The rating is entirely based on feedback from our customers.
The Black Stork Hotel was awarded the prize Guest Review Award for 2015 from the international website for tourist hotels Booking.com. The prize was awarded thanks to a total estimate of 8.7 at maximum 10 received feedback from our customers
The Black Stork Hotel gained exceptional recognition for best family hotel at the Holiday 2009 International Tourism Fair in the city of Sofia. The Golden Prize was awarded by the Tourism and Recreation Magazine as a praise for the hotel’s coziness, hospitality and professionalism.
Green house ® is a trade mark for quality which offers places for accommodation and hospitality, selected for their authentic welcoming and servicing of their guests while protecting nature.
A Letter of Gratitude from the Board of managers of the Bulgarian Hotel and Restaurant Association for hosting and perfect organization of the visit of national media representatives and BHRA members.
In 2012, the Black Stork Hotel was awarded a Certificate of Achievement by the Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism for contribution to the development of tourism on the territory of the municipality of Ivanovo, in the Family Hotel category.
The custom New Year Tide (Surva, Survaki) begins with the first hours of the New Year. Sourvakari enter each house in groups of young boys – children or older, bachelors-sourvakari. All of them hold the obligatory raw, newly cut cornel-tree sticks, decorated with coins, pop corn, dried fruits and red wool threads. Together with the survaki the boys pronounce blessings for each member of the family, beginning with the eldest one.
Babinden is one of the greatest women’s folk celebrations, dedicated to babuvane – the activity of the women, who assisted brides and young wives with the delivery of babies. Ritualism throughout the whole day is associated mainly with the desire of attesting respect and esteem to the elderly women, who assisted the young mothers in childbirth.