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WorkNomads Sofia

in Bulgaria 🇧🇬        ✉️

since 2022, offering:

🚪‍ private rooms igloo (40m²) from €870/fortnight €1095/month  coliving complex, 🧲 hub, 🏙 city, 🎪 occasional events, 🏋️ gym, ⌨️ ergonomic coworking, 🎦 callroom, ⌨️ bedroom desk, 🛁 ensuites, 🍃 terrace, 🧺 housekeeping, 🐕 pet-friendly, 🍽 meals restaurant (11:30–16:00) +coffee bar 👫 couples inclusive 🏨 hybrid with shared kitchen and living spaces 💬 Wrong details? 🧐  tourists This space does not have a minimum stay and/or hosts nightly tourists such as from mass-market booking sites. This works against the coliving principle of purposeful exchanges amongst residents that establish themselves though longer stays. If you're mainly looking for convience then this space may be a good match. What is coliving?

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I recently had the pleasure of staying at WN Lab Hotel in Sofia, Bulgaria, and I must say, it exceeded my expectations in every way. The rooms were incredibly spacious, providing ample room to relax and unwind. The exceptional service left a lasting impression, showcasing a level of professionalism and attentiveness that truly enhanced my stay. Moreover, the value for money was outstanding, offering luxurious amenities and comfort without breaking the bank. The staff were not only courteous but went above and beyond to make my stay memorable. The hotel's strategic location made it easy to explore the city, and the cleanliness of the premises was impeccable, ensuring a hygienic and inviting environment. Overall, WN Lab Hotel embodies the perfect blend of comfort, value, and top-notch service, making it a top choice for anyone visiting Sofia.
High tech very friendly hotel, very international and relaxed. Great rooms with good view and amenities. Big bathrooms, kind of small shower area. The breakfast and dinner were almost superb with nice homemade tastes. Very interesting concept.
I will never, ever recommend this hotel. I paid for Deluxe room and they gave me another and cheaper room, they refused to give me what I paid, with no reason whatsoever. They call the manager and with no reason he decided that it is ok for me to get something cheaper than the room that I have paid. Bad management, not a single sign of respect or consideration. When I insist about the fact that I paid for something else they didn’t even give a f…k. The problem was that my son didn’t have a bad, since in the room wasn’t a sofa, and we have to share the bed with him. If it wasn’t so late, 23 at night, we would go to find another place. And if you have a SUV car with a box on top you can’t go into the garage, It’s not possible and so the parking that they have is useless. So, never go there, if you care about your own mental sane. A place with no respect for clients and there money. So after they wrote that they are investigate, they didn”t and they left the things like that. I mean I paid for this:”The spacious studio provides air conditioning, soundproof walls, as well as a private bathroom featuring a shower and a bidet. The studio's kitchenette, which has a refrigerator, is available for cooking and storing food. The studio features parquet floors, a seating area with a TV, a tea and coffee maker, a wardrobe as well as mountain views.” And I got a double rooms, not the Studio King Deluxe. So, don”t ever go there, because you pay more and get less.
Imagine getting up from the bed at 6am , going to the bathroom and finding that there's no hot water to take your bath. Apart from today's Yesterday during the check-in , I went 5 times forth and back from the 12th floor to 7th cause the app for the key entrance was not active on my mob phone, finally I got the standard card key and entered my room.
I am sharing my feedback after nearly two months of staying at the Work Nomads Hotel in Sophia. Having experienced various co-living spaces throughout the UK and EU over the past five years, I must say my experience here has been less than satisfactory. The infrastructure of the co-living space, including the co-working floor, dedicated desks, monitors, meeting rooms, as well as the community vibe and co-working activities, were all commendable. However, the experience was overshadowed by the conduct of one individual. Multiple feedback, totalling over 28 complaints, has been provided against Ms. Polina Milkova, the reception manager. Many, including myself, have found her interactions to be less than professional and often confrontational towards both guests and staff. Concerned residents and I brought these issues forward in a collective meeting with the owner of Work Nomads Hotel. Yet, disappointingly, there seems to be no resolution or change in her behaviour. For the betterment and future success of Work Nomads Hotel, I sincerely hope there is a re-evaluation of management roles. In such a competitive industry, every individual plays a crucial role, and it's unfortunate that one person's actions could potentially overshadow the efforts of many. I'm actively engaged with a large co-living community on social media, and many members value genuine feedback and recommendations. I've shared my experience, as have others, because we believe in making informed choices. Regrettably, given the current scenario, Work Nomads Hotel is one place I wouldn't consider revisiting as long as the management remains unchanged.
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