Art Hotel Simona with Special Precautions

Art Hotel Simona with Special Precautions

Information for coronavirus spread in Bulgaria has been constantly changing in recent days. For this reason, we would like to assure you that Art Hotel Simona takes all necessary precautions to ensure the safety of our visitors and employees.


Periodically we clean, ventilate and disinfect common parts in the hotel, rooms and surfaces such as countertops, door locks and toilet with special preparations. All employees observe good personal hygiene at any potential contamination, and work with personal protective equipment – sanitary masks and gloves.


  • Temperature;
  • Cough;
  • Sore throat;
  • Fatigue;
  • Difficult breathing.


Experts explain that the virus spreads from person to person. This can be by direct contact, by touching objects or surfaces that have been contaminated by droplets from a person with a confirmed infection. It is not yet clear how long a person may be a vector for the infection, but doctors told about people without any symptoms or minimal symptoms that transmit the infection to others. 14 days quarantine is recommended for travelers to China, Iran, Northern Italy or the Republic of Korea.

At highest risk

People with weak immune systems, the elderly and pregnant, and many young children and babies are most at risk. More people with heart and lung diseases should be more carefull, too.

How to protect yourself from coronavirus?

Clean your hands regularly with an alcohol-based disinfectant or wash them with water and soap. When sneezing or coughing, cover your mouth and nose with a roll of your elbow or a napkin that you throw away immediately. Avoid contact with people who have fever and cough.

Wash your hands:
  • After sneezing or coughing;
  • When caring for the sick;
  • Before, during and after cooking;
  • Before meals;
  • After using the toilet;
  • When visibly contaminated;
  • After contact with animals or their faeces.

For questions related to the coronavirus, you can call the Bulgarian Ministry of Health’s 24-hour hotline on 02 807 87 57.