Hotels Near Musala Restaurant In Varna

4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.15km from Musala Restaurant
Efbet Hotel is conveniently located right in the centre of Varna. The Efbet Casino is in the same building, so convenient if you're interested in gambling. On check-in, the front desk gave us a free "Pay 10 Lev, get 20 Lev free" coupon for use in the casino. The check-in staff were fine, spoke good English, and were very helpful. The single room I had was small, but space enough for one person. The décor is kind of old, but still functional, although I felt the room was a bit dark. The bathrooms seems to have been modernised and are quite good, with modern fittings. The only problem we had was with car parking near the hotel. The hotel is located on a pedestrianised area, so you can't drive to the entrance itself. You have to find a parking space in streets further away and then carry your bags some distance to the hotel. We found a parking lot about three minutes walk away which cost 12 Lev for overnight parking.
FromUS$48
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.46km from Musala Restaurant
Hotel was build during communists time and that it is obious from it style and the huge size. Lobby is huge and empty with nothing just huge emptly spaece with two old sofa in the corners. However the room was really nice, recently renovated and moder. Room had a super extra double bed and very confortable. Very big flat screen TV with international standards. Room had balcony overlooking the main pedestrian road and sea view. Room was really nice and came at logical price. Breakfast area was not well maintained and looked old and was old and need a lot of work to bring up to decent standards. Breakfast very basic, nothing special and rather poor quality. Location is ideal as nextto restuarants and new shopping areas and the beach,
FromUS$61
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.59km from Musala Restaurant
This was the first hotel in Bulgaria in which we were greated in English in the parking lot and at the reception desk with a smile. This made an impression. Usually, as the only person who speaks Bulgarian, I act as the translator. It was nice to take a break even if just for a moment. The hotel front is beautiful, accross the street it looks "scetchy". But that's normal for Bulgaria, especially next to the main train station. It is actually decieving. It's a safe neighborhood. Rooms are small. AC is good. Request a room with a view in the back, it will be quieter. The main Street has lots of traffic with buses 24/7. Beds were comfy in their firm Bulgarian fashion. The bell boy carried our luggage to the rooms. Location is why we booked this hotel. We parked the car and walked around. With a GPS and some sense of direction you would be able to walk to: downtown, the main pedestrian streets, the Sea garden, lots of shops, art galleries and varied restaurants ( Turkish, Italian, Bulgarian, Greek and so forth). We will likely book again. FYI: Varna seems really bike friendly. I think there were a few bike rental shops.
FromUS$39
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.8km from Musala Restaurant
The Golden Tulip Varna is situated in the centre of Varna with views over the Cathedral of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin. It is situated 12 km from Golden Sands and a 15-minute walk from the beach.90 spacious guest rooms, 3 meeting halls and a business centre with modern technical equipment and free internet access are at guests' disposal.Enjoy the delicious European cuisine of the Golden Tulip's à la carte restaurant or have your drink at the cosy lobby bar.  The rooms are spacious, comfortably furnished and offer views over the central part of Varna or the “Asparuhov most” bridge – one of the longest bridges on the Balkan Peninsula.
FromUS$72
3.8/510 Reviews
1.13km from Musala Restaurant
This hotel is great value for money. The location was good just outside of the Old Town and it was quiet, set in the back street of a local neighbourhood. It had everything you need from a fridge, bedside lamps and tables, tea and coffee making facilities and a well stocked mini bar. We didn’t try the breakfast that was provided for an extra 3 euros. The staff were helpful and friendly and when we had to extend our booking it wasn’t a problem. The only problem was a distinct lack of restaurants in the local neighbourhood. There were kebab and take away shops and a small supermarket as well as a couple of bars. Our room was on the third floor which was a bit of a pain to carry the bags but that is a minor thing.
FromUS$49
3.7/510 Reviews
1.31km from Musala Restaurant
Due to a booking mix up at a hotel my girlfriend, Tanya, and I arrived by bus from Veliko Tarnavo after dark, which did this hotel no favours at first sight. It was well lit, but it was the only building in the small side street that was. We entered into a clean, well lit reception area and were greeted by a young attractive lady who spoke passable English. A rarity outside of Sunny Beach. Check in was swift. We entered our room and I was immediately surprised and delighted. For a budget hotel, it was spacious and well equipped. Modern LG tv, fridge, which I opened to find a well stocked mini bar. I grabbed a beer and switched on the tv. CNN news and plenty of English/American tv shows. Heaven! Tanya emerged from the bathroom beaming. She reported plenty of hot water and fluffy towels. And all at at a budget price. £23 8pm when we arrived 21/09/18. £26 with balcony. Next morning, the street outside was bustling. I took notice of a cafe directly opposite with tables outside with umbrellas advertising Karmenitsa beer. Time for breakfast. I enquired about breakfast with the daytime receptionist, and was informed that they don't do it, but was told that the cafe was very good across the street. So it proved to be. Brush up on your sign language, the ladies there don't speak a word of English. However, everything thing is on display and you only have to point. Cheap? Wow! It caters for locals. We ate there every morning of our stay. The hotel is about 20 minutes walk from the seafront, but there is so much to see on the way. 2 markets and many, many shops, all cheap. Beware of the pavements on the main road though, especially if elderly. The main road is lined with trees, the roots of which have lifted the paving stones in places. Otherwise, the location is great. I could not fault this hotel. It suited our purpose beautifully. I don't think it is child friendly, but it doesn't pretend to be. It's for couples. Not for disabled people. Will I go back? Tanya cannot get enough of Varna and we will definitely be at the Hotel Victoria next Spring. Ciggypop.
FromUS$47
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
1.33km from Musala Restaurant
The hotel is located at 10-15 min. walk from city center. The + is that your are located in a quiet district (but many shops available for a late shopping) and close to more quiet beaches. The maritime park is very enjoyable. Bus 409 to and from the airport is stopping at the bus stop 25 m. from the hotel. The room I had was very big and very well furnished. Marble in the bathroom, bathtub + shower, coffee, very big and confortable bed etc. Flawless. Although the wall are not perfectly sound proof. The breakfast buffet was very nice with salty elements like fishes, cold cut, eggs different ways and aslo sugary with excellent waffles, croissants etc. Fresh and dried fruits, yogourts and a variety of bread. Everything was fresh (/just cooked) (except the organge juice, undrinkable indeed). I would like to recommend to the staff to get the cheese, cold cut and fruits etc. out of the fridge some time before serving it because it was very very cold. Staff is very young. Very professional but not truly engaged. If I had to come back to Varna, I will go in this hotel.
FromUS$90
3.5/510 Reviews
5.33km from Musala Restaurant
Location - middle of nowhere - a residential area a good 10 minutes stumble over broken pavement (when there was any pavement) downhill to get to the bus stop into Varna. There is nothing nearby - no shop (only a grim supermarket at the bottom of said hill), no bar, no cafe. The potholed single track from the hotel involved pinning yourself against garden fences (with the attendant barking attack dogs) when a car bounced by. Service - gobsmackingly shocking. We arrived at around 2am (the proprietor would have been informed of this) and luckily we'd booked a cab from the airport as we would never have found the hotel. We stood in the street for at least five minutes before he opened the gate in his underwear. We went down for breakfast at 7.45am (having been told it was 6-8 and he pointedly looked at his watch and said 'oh well it is ok as it's the first day' - not a great welcome. We tried to engage him in a bit of conversation (we were the only guests) and he answered questions grudgingly. When we said the hotel was very nice he barked that we could buy it as he wanted to sell. When we said we might have a dinner in Varna one night he told us he will lock the gate and we must only ring the bell just once, not twice! On the rare occasions when he wasn't being abrupt or downright rude he just moaned about everything. Clearly hated running the hotel, hated the Roma people, admitted to being a racist, made two mistakes in his life - getting married and going on holiday to Egypt once. His poor wife did the cleaning (very well) and was the only other person there - he had also moaned that he couldn't get any staff, I wonder why?! Food - breakfast was the usual suspects; cold meat, cheese, bread, coffee, same each morning. Dinner made me think that Bulgarian food was awful. We had two meals there - 1. A pile of vinegary, shredded veg for starter, slab of plain chicken with watery mash for main, an apple on a plate for dessert. 2. A thin soup with some veg and bits of chicken, a pile of boiled rice with pork bits in a grey gravy, two small bits of cake. Room - a good size with a large veranda overlooking the garden and the covered over pool (so no swimming and didn't dare ask) but nothing to sit on, not even a plastic chair. On our third day we had had enough and booked into a hotel actually IN Varna, which was wonderful and not too expensive. It was well worth it as I reckon if we'd have stayed it would have been the worst holiday we'd ever had and we've been to many countries and stayed in a wide range of accommodation.
FromUS$28
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
6.04km from Musala Restaurant
We booked a week in this hotel 8 months prior to our visit. We were not asked for forward payment or even a deposit. After the initial communication we heard nothing more. When we arrived at the hotel we dubious as to wether they still had our booking but fortunately they did. It looked really nice from outside although there was some evidence of a building extension taking place it wasn’t a problem. Our room was a huge surprise, it was large, with settee, easy chair and a very comfortable bed. It had air conditioning, fridge, kettle and tea making facilities and a large well appointed bath/ shower room. It was at the rear or the building and was very quiet. The breakfast (included) was a little limited but was ok. The outside area and swimming pool was lovely, although subject to some road noise and non resident visitors. This hotel is about 4 km outside the centre of Varna so it’s a drive or a cab away from most things although, we didn’t find it a problem. It’s a good value, small, hotel with a lot to offer.
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Hotels Near Musala Restaurant In Varna Review

4.6/510 Reviews
We booked a week in this hotel 8 months prior to our visit. We were not asked for forward payment or even a deposit. After the initial communication we heard nothing more. When we arrived at the hotel we dubious as to wether they still had our booking but fortunately they did. It looked really nice from outside although there was some evidence of a building extension taking place it wasn’t a problem. Our room was a huge surprise, it was large, with settee, easy chair and a very comfortable bed. It had air conditioning, fridge, kettle and tea making facilities and a large well appointed bath/ shower room. It was at the rear or the building and was very quiet. The breakfast (included) was a little limited but was ok. The outside area and swimming pool was lovely, although subject to some road noise and non resident visitors. This hotel is about 4 km outside the centre of Varna so it’s a drive or a cab away from most things although, we didn’t find it a problem. It’s a good value, small, hotel with a lot to offer.
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FromUS$54
4.5/510 Reviews
The hotel is located at 10-15 min. walk from city center. The + is that your are located in a quiet district (but many shops available for a late shopping) and close to more quiet beaches. The maritime park is very enjoyable. Bus 409 to and from the airport is stopping at the bus stop 25 m. from the hotel. The room I had was very big and very well furnished. Marble in the bathroom, bathtub + shower, coffee, very big and confortable bed etc. Flawless. Although the wall are not perfectly sound proof. The breakfast buffet was very nice with salty elements like fishes, cold cut, eggs different ways and aslo sugary with excellent waffles, croissants etc. Fresh and dried fruits, yogourts and a variety of bread. Everything was fresh (/just cooked) (except the organge juice, undrinkable indeed). I would like to recommend to the staff to get the cheese, cold cut and fruits etc. out of the fridge some time before serving it because it was very very cold. Staff is very young. Very professional but not truly engaged. If I had to come back to Varna, I will go in this hotel.
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FromUS$90
4.4/510 Reviews
Varna City Center
Efbet Hotel is conveniently located right in the centre of Varna. The Efbet Casino is in the same building, so convenient if you're interested in gambling. On check-in, the front desk gave us a free "Pay 10 Lev, get 20 Lev free" coupon for use in the casino. The check-in staff were fine, spoke good English, and were very helpful. The single room I had was small, but space enough for one person. The décor is kind of old, but still functional, although I felt the room was a bit dark. The bathrooms seems to have been modernised and are quite good, with modern fittings. The only problem we had was with car parking near the hotel. The hotel is located on a pedestrianised area, so you can't drive to the entrance itself. You have to find a parking space in streets further away and then carry your bags some distance to the hotel. We found a parking lot about three minutes walk away which cost 12 Lev for overnight parking.
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FromUS$48
4.4/510 Reviews
Varna City Center
Hotel was build during communists time and that it is obious from it style and the huge size. Lobby is huge and empty with nothing just huge emptly spaece with two old sofa in the corners. However the room was really nice, recently renovated and moder. Room had a super extra double bed and very confortable. Very big flat screen TV with international standards. Room had balcony overlooking the main pedestrian road and sea view. Room was really nice and came at logical price. Breakfast area was not well maintained and looked old and was old and need a lot of work to bring up to decent standards. Breakfast very basic, nothing special and rather poor quality. Location is ideal as nextto restuarants and new shopping areas and the beach,
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FromUS$61
4/510 Reviews
Varna City Center
This was the first hotel in Bulgaria in which we were greated in English in the parking lot and at the reception desk with a smile. This made an impression. Usually, as the only person who speaks Bulgarian, I act as the translator. It was nice to take a break even if just for a moment. The hotel front is beautiful, accross the street it looks "scetchy". But that's normal for Bulgaria, especially next to the main train station. It is actually decieving. It's a safe neighborhood. Rooms are small. AC is good. Request a room with a view in the back, it will be quieter. The main Street has lots of traffic with buses 24/7. Beds were comfy in their firm Bulgarian fashion. The bell boy carried our luggage to the rooms. Location is why we booked this hotel. We parked the car and walked around. With a GPS and some sense of direction you would be able to walk to: downtown, the main pedestrian streets, the Sea garden, lots of shops, art galleries and varied restaurants ( Turkish, Italian, Bulgarian, Greek and so forth). We will likely book again. FYI: Varna seems really bike friendly. I think there were a few bike rental shops.
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FromUS$39
4.4/510 Reviews
Ventura Boutique Hotel is located across the bridge from downtown Varna. It is about a 20-minute walk to a small local beach, which unfortunately we didn't get a chance to swim at because of the weather. Our rooms were super large, but strangely empty with a couple old chairs in one corner. There was no main overhead light and so the room was rather dark. In mine, one set of the lights was out. The bed was large and comfortable, and the bathroom had been newly renovated, which was very nice. A/C was fine. The Wifi was on and off on my floor, but not on my friend's floor and not in the lobby. I slept great, and the place was very quiet. Breakfast was mixed. My friend loved his pancakes. My eggs were on the cold side. The place has its own brewery, which my friend said made the best beer he tried in Bulgaria. The staff were were very friendly though they couldn't figure out the wifi problem. Though there was no parking, but it was very easy to find a place on the street.
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FromUS$56
3.8/510 Reviews
This hotel is great value for money. The location was good just outside of the Old Town and it was quiet, set in the back street of a local neighbourhood. It had everything you need from a fridge, bedside lamps and tables, tea and coffee making facilities and a well stocked mini bar. We didn’t try the breakfast that was provided for an extra 3 euros. The staff were helpful and friendly and when we had to extend our booking it wasn’t a problem. The only problem was a distinct lack of restaurants in the local neighbourhood. There were kebab and take away shops and a small supermarket as well as a couple of bars. Our room was on the third floor which was a bit of a pain to carry the bags but that is a minor thing.
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FromUS$49
3.7/510 Reviews
Due to a booking mix up at a hotel my girlfriend, Tanya, and I arrived by bus from Veliko Tarnavo after dark, which did this hotel no favours at first sight. It was well lit, but it was the only building in the small side street that was. We entered into a clean, well lit reception area and were greeted by a young attractive lady who spoke passable English. A rarity outside of Sunny Beach. Check in was swift. We entered our room and I was immediately surprised and delighted. For a budget hotel, it was spacious and well equipped. Modern LG tv, fridge, which I opened to find a well stocked mini bar. I grabbed a beer and switched on the tv. CNN news and plenty of English/American tv shows. Heaven! Tanya emerged from the bathroom beaming. She reported plenty of hot water and fluffy towels. And all at at a budget price. £23 8pm when we arrived 21/09/18. £26 with balcony. Next morning, the street outside was bustling. I took notice of a cafe directly opposite with tables outside with umbrellas advertising Karmenitsa beer. Time for breakfast. I enquired about breakfast with the daytime receptionist, and was informed that they don't do it, but was told that the cafe was very good across the street. So it proved to be. Brush up on your sign language, the ladies there don't speak a word of English. However, everything thing is on display and you only have to point. Cheap? Wow! It caters for locals. We ate there every morning of our stay. The hotel is about 20 minutes walk from the seafront, but there is so much to see on the way. 2 markets and many, many shops, all cheap. Beware of the pavements on the main road though, especially if elderly. The main road is lined with trees, the roots of which have lifted the paving stones in places. Otherwise, the location is great. I could not fault this hotel. It suited our purpose beautifully. I don't think it is child friendly, but it doesn't pretend to be. It's for couples. Not for disabled people. Will I go back? Tanya cannot get enough of Varna and we will definitely be at the Hotel Victoria next Spring. Ciggypop.
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FromUS$47
4/510 Reviews
The hotel’s rooms are 2-3 stars as their is not a sheet to separate the bedsheet and the blanket that was disgusting and the bathrooms were dirty and the small packet of shampoo offered did not meet my expectations. Also, it is annoying that the reception is not 24/7 as it is a hotel. The staff was very helpful though. Overall, 2 star hotel with 5 star staff.
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FromUS$32
3.5/510 Reviews
Location - middle of nowhere - a residential area a good 10 minutes stumble over broken pavement (when there was any pavement) downhill to get to the bus stop into Varna. There is nothing nearby - no shop (only a grim supermarket at the bottom of said hill), no bar, no cafe. The potholed single track from the hotel involved pinning yourself against garden fences (with the attendant barking attack dogs) when a car bounced by. Service - gobsmackingly shocking. We arrived at around 2am (the proprietor would have been informed of this) and luckily we'd booked a cab from the airport as we would never have found the hotel. We stood in the street for at least five minutes before he opened the gate in his underwear. We went down for breakfast at 7.45am (having been told it was 6-8 and he pointedly looked at his watch and said 'oh well it is ok as it's the first day' - not a great welcome. We tried to engage him in a bit of conversation (we were the only guests) and he answered questions grudgingly. When we said the hotel was very nice he barked that we could buy it as he wanted to sell. When we said we might have a dinner in Varna one night he told us he will lock the gate and we must only ring the bell just once, not twice! On the rare occasions when he wasn't being abrupt or downright rude he just moaned about everything. Clearly hated running the hotel, hated the Roma people, admitted to being a racist, made two mistakes in his life - getting married and going on holiday to Egypt once. His poor wife did the cleaning (very well) and was the only other person there - he had also moaned that he couldn't get any staff, I wonder why?! Food - breakfast was the usual suspects; cold meat, cheese, bread, coffee, same each morning. Dinner made me think that Bulgarian food was awful. We had two meals there - 1. A pile of vinegary, shredded veg for starter, slab of plain chicken with watery mash for main, an apple on a plate for dessert. 2. A thin soup with some veg and bits of chicken, a pile of boiled rice with pork bits in a grey gravy, two small bits of cake. Room - a good size with a large veranda overlooking the garden and the covered over pool (so no swimming and didn't dare ask) but nothing to sit on, not even a plastic chair. On our third day we had had enough and booked into a hotel actually IN Varna, which was wonderful and not too expensive. It was well worth it as I reckon if we'd have stayed it would have been the worst holiday we'd ever had and we've been to many countries and stayed in a wide range of accommodation.
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FromUS$28
4.8/57 Reviews
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FromUS$42
3.2/510 Reviews
I tell you we were in 'awe' at the wonderful ambience of the building. 'WOW!' Check it out!! Check-In went without a hitch. The pool was very good. The hotel was next to the beach. The staff we met especially the dining room door manager, he's great! They were all excellent. The food? Do you like chicken?? (LOL!). The chef was a nice man. But we thought; "Get in the crowded mayhem to get your food!" (A typical holiday manic pastime! not a hotel gripe!). Plus there were staff organised games for children. (Excellent!!). Give a sneeze and your on the beach, 'wow!' How close is 'that!' So, whats the catch? We were in a room directly above a 'huge,' 24 hours a day, outdoor ventilation fan. THE NOISE!!! Sorry, it 'cannot' be moved! It was a matter of;; "I'm sorry, did you say something?" "Pardon?" (dur'gh, better text each other!). Ever tried to sleep in the equivalent of a Discotech? We asked for another room, but was told there were none. So we walked around, inside and out, and made certain 'secret enquiries,' and found many rooms spare??? Oh dear! Tiny sheets that slid off and were out of the window by morning. Ever heard of fitted sheets? The room was spacious, (positive). Cleaned regularly, (positive), but a bit of a drain smell. Television; (positive). Balcony, (positive). Best be security minded for that one! As 'all' large holiday hotels can be got through from one room to the next over the balconies. Nice smiling, chatty piano player in the evenings! The 'crunch!' was, that the mattress was stinking, brown, heavily urine stained!!? So why do the cleaners not see things, and check when the room is prepared for you?? That was health and safety gone mad! Ever heard of disease? Tried to talk to a manager, but never found him. Tried to explain to low english speaking reception staff. (No luck), So I took pictures, and showed them the 70% old pee stained mattress. "Hey, its military camouflage!" Got it changed 2 days later. 'OH,' and please don't flood their bathroom due to the silly shower curtain wafting out!
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FromUS$191
4.1/510 Reviews
The hotel boasts an excellent location on the Black Sea. It is within walking distance of the fairground attractions and general nightlife at one end of the strip. This provides the opportunity to have a good nights sleep away from the direct centre of the nightlife yet to be only minutes away from the same on foot. It is fair to say most hotel staff do not speak English or at least not well, and we have found the majority of holiday makers tend to be Russian or Romanian. This should not put British travellers off booking this hotel. There is a plentiful variety of food on offer in the restaurant. Pancakes and syrup in the morning are something we have looked forward to in the morning in particular! Martin is a big hit with popcorn, chips, burgers and sausages etc in the poolside snack bar too. He is warm and friendly and keeps everyone happy. Our room is a generous size with a separate room for us and a sofa bed for the kids in the living room area. They have a television as do we in our room. There is a fridge in the room, a hairdryer and two toilets, the latter being handy with two young children. On the negative side,the shower in the room is a little difficult to fully close to prevent water leaking out. You need to be a little careful in there as a result. Also, the "movie" afternoon for the kids on a Monday wasn't run on time and the hotel were not great at informing people what the issue was and when it would be on. Turning to the entertainment team, Yasia manages the team extremely well. They are all friendly, bright, energetic and speak English well. They not only have activities for children but try and get the adults involved too. This includes, but is not limited to, water polo, darts, table tennis, water aerobics, face painting and plenty of dancing. They operate every day except for Monday. The girls in the entertainment team are equally brilliant at engaging with the clientele. Our children have clung to Yasia and Nastia in particular but love all the team generally too. We would certainly return and hope that Yasia, Nastia and the other girls are here again next year to keep our kids entertained and to equally get us engaged in some of the poolside activity too. Sachin & Noreen
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FromUS$156
5/511 Reviews
We ate three meals and the location was good and comfortable. It was low season, so it was nice to stay at a reasonable price.
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FromUS$132
4.3/510 Reviews
We arrived at reception and were checked in by a lovely friendly lady who gave us our keys and a map, we stayed in Cascadas 19. For the remainder of our stay (Mon - Thursday) I found the staff to be friendly enough. Our first impression was Wow! as we walked to the apartment. Unfortunately we were situated right on the end of our block next to a building site that is to be a new block of apartments with the (busy) road behind us. The workmen start at 7. 45 am so the hammering, power tools etc meant we weren't having a lie in! It is also unpleasant to sit on the balcony with a cup of tea watching a builder clearing his throat and hawking up phlegm at 8am. Pros Beautiful, safe, gated complex with keys needed to open and close the gates (very reassuring if you have children) and security staff walking around Immaculate grounds with gorgeous landscaping that is lit up very prettily in the night Stunning clean pools with plenty of sunbeds Supermarkets and bars/restaurants on site that charge the same prices as in Sunny beach so not trying to rip you off Large, modern, comfortable apartment with a fab balcony Lovely soft, clean towels and free toiletries Kettle, toaster, hairdyer, iron, washing machine in room (our iron was broken, we asked at reception and had a new one delivered the next day) 15 min walk from the main strip so you are close enough to walk in but far enough away that the noise etc is not bothersome Cons Noise from builders! Make sure you are placed somewhere other than block 19 or 20 until the new apartment block is finished. No cooking utensils such as a spatula, slotted spoon etc and just one saucepan and one frying pan The hot water is SCALDING, a sign warning of this would be helpful As previously mentioned the sheets don't cover the mattress and there is no mattress protector so you are lying on the bare mattress, not nice! Also you only have one pillow. No mosquito netting, this is the only place we've stayed in Bulgaria that doesn't have a it and I found this very strange. Inattentive staff in the restaurant, we had to go looking for them to order a drink This is a beautiful complex let down by a few stupid things that would make it perfect. They have gone to the trouble of using high class materials, landscaping and lighting everywhere and then fail to provide suitable bed linen and cooking utensils, it makes no sense, in previous reviews the ill fitting sheets have been mentioned numerous times dating back years, the management seem to cut and paste a stock response and then do nothing about the problems highlighted.
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FromUS$71
4.2/511 Reviews
Booked a 3-day sea view double room with breakfast and dinner, upgraded to a suite at the shop, the hotel has two large swimming pools, the beach is back door, crowded every day, there are many small shops along the beach. Room facilities are average, but all have balconies. I dine at the hotel for 3 consecutive days. I feel that the daily changes are small, the seafood is small, and the taste is average, but the dessert is good. It's not bad to take a lazy vacation with children.
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FromUS$110
4.2/510 Reviews
Have to say just sitting here in the lobby and I felt I yet again have to write a review. So what can I say about this hotel , location amazing right on the beach front , rooms fab and big and cleaned everyday fresh towels beds changed and the girls are so nice if you don’t want to get up no problem they will always come back . Now what can I say about the staff amazing lovely men and women nothing is an issue for them had an issue one evening with our room key went down to the lovely girl on reception and all she said no problem go out enjoy your evening she would sort everything and that she did . I honestly cannot recommend this hotel enough 10/10. I don’t go all inclusive but that’s because of the there location there are so many lovely restaurant around it. So honestly cannot wait to get back here next year well done to everyone keep up the good work
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FromUS$55
3.8/510 Reviews
Me and my 3 sisters booked a week here, 23-30 September 19. So disappointed in the service, and hearing the mantra "it's the end of the season" over and over again. We had no idea when we booked that these dates would constitute the last week of the season in Bulgaria. The hotel is rated as a 5 star hotel. We rated it as a 3 star hotel at best. We had booked 2 rooms on an all inclusive basis. We also paid an extra £158 for a room with a kitchenette, which we didn't get, as all guests were put into the same block to aid the hotel staff, so we ended up with a coffee machine that pumped out warm water and took 4 attempts to fill 1 cup. The gazebos on both of our balconies were ripped and tatty. The shower was dirty and leaked. The curtains at the windows needed laundering. The huge patio door on one room fell off on the last day, was reported to reception, but maintenance never fixed it. One of the two restaurants closed down on the 25th. This was the a la carte restaurant which we were supposed to be able to use once in a one week stay. "It's the end of the season". The Sports bar also closed down on the 25th, so we only had access to the lobby bar. "It's the end of the season". The buffet restaurant ran out of tea bags most mornings. "It's the end of the season". The buffet restaurant ran out of orange juice some mornings. "It's the end of the season". The lobby bar was running out of spirits, mixers and even Coke. "It's the end of the season". The pool bar was not serving any all inclusive snacks at all. "It's the end of the season". The pool staff stopped supplying mattresses for the sunbeds a few days into the week, so I had to go and get them off the sunbeds on the indoor pool. "It's the end of the season". The heating on the indoor po was turned off early in our stay. "It's the end of the season". On our last day, the buffet restaurant didn't bother opening for lunch or dinner, when we were assured both would be available as we paid 170 Lev to keep one of our rooms until 11pm. We had to go out for lunch, but were promised dinner would be available. I'm sure you can guess that the restaurant was still closed for dinner. I complained, and after 20 minutes, a manager came along while I was on the phone to TUI in the UK. She apologised, and admitted she had forgotten about us. She arranged for a 3 course a la carte menu to be made available for us, if we could wait for a short while. We happily agreed, as Sunny Beach was all but closed down by now, and we would have struggled to find anywhere to eat. I'm sure I don't need to tell you the mantra I was given as to why the restaurant was closed. I argued to the receptionist that it was not the end of the season until the last guest left the hotel. I was given a blank look. Plus points, believe it or not. Comfortable bed and pillows. Towels changed every day, bedding after 3 days. Maid service daily, although a 10 Lev not
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FromUS$149
4.3/510 Reviews
I booked this small hotel as I was on my own. Couldn't have asked for better. My room was smallish but clean.. Shower was small but lovely hot water whenever. Cleaners came everyday and we're always polite. And helpful. The staff in restaurant were friendly and never had any complaints about being half board. If I didn't want what was on menu. They always gave me an alternative. Yes salads were always for starters but good for you. I started to enjoy them after the first day. Chris the owner always came and asked if all was OK. Nothing to complain about. 1 minute walk to the strip and beach. Not noisy at all at night as it was at the bottom of the square and I was told that the meals at the restaurant were really nice and plenty of choice. Found a few kararaoke bars and not far from the hotel. Tony's karaoke bar was very popular and kept on going till 4 am. Always stopped for a slice of pizza on way home. There was never any problem on the streets at night and met up with lots of holiday makers who said they come back year after year. I was amazed at how drink. Food and shopping was so cheap. I found a bar who sold a pint of beer for 2 levs which was £1. And breakfast when I missed it in my hotel for £3 at a place called banana restaurant. English sausage and bacon.
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FromUS$44
4/510 Reviews
Ok so here is my comprehensive opinion on the Viand. On entering we were greeted well by the nice lady on the desk and the hotel looks very nice, especially compared to some of the local competition but it's not until you look a little deeper after the first impression that you start to see a little more. As we made our way through the hotel and went up in the lift that looks like it should have belonged in the empire state building in the 1940's which I think gave it character, I notice many of the bulbs were odd colours, some yellow and some white which of course doesn't matter but it shows the care given to the hotel and possibly a lack of proper management. The room was nice but the balcony door seals had perished so if the wind blew it sounded like a wolf was howling on the balcony, then I turned on the tv and found the only English channel and found that every few minutes the ancient tv made a noise not too dissimilar from a wrong answer on an 80's game show but at 300% of the tv volume so you can imagine that between the wolf on the balcony and the 80's game show, falling asleep in front of the tv was unlikely to say the least. After finding that the wi-fi on the 5th floor at least, was broken with intermittent signal only available 1ft from the front door so Netflix was also out, it was also a little strange to book for a couple and have two single beds pushed together with single over sheets and blankets, when either myself or my partner got closer to each other in bed then one of us would sink down the middle so it literally put a barrier between us. I then made myself downstairs for some dinner, in the lift I met a German guy on his last day and he was moaning about how bad the food was, I reserved judgement and continued on... The food look varied and interesting so I filled up on a bit of nearly everything and it tasted nice but the next day I had what I can only describe as explosive diarrhea. It took a couple of days to settle down and after I was a bit more selective, often trying to have toast in a broken toaster, only one side of 2/4 slots worked which was fun for a hotel designed for hundreds of people. Some strange dishes started to appear and dishes were often incorrectly labelled, sprouts labelled cauliflower, chicken hearts and lungs just labelled 'chicken meal' and the best one was chicken stomachs labelled 'pork meal'. My girlfriend being European continued to eat them but being english we do not usually and expect correct labels at least, if I went to a French hotel you wouldn't expect a dish of monkey brains to be labelled 'chicken meal' would you?! Then my girlfriend pointed out that they hadn't peeled the stomach lining which is inedible and apparently that's a ridiculous mistake. I also noticed that the food was mostly cold or at least warm but rarely hot, I never saw any front of house staff taking any temperatures which probably explains my stomach problems and I often saw customers heating there food in the m
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FromUS$142
4.3/510 Reviews
On arrival we got a very warm welcome, we had to wait until check in time, some people seemed annoyed at this but it’s very standard all around the world. The suggestion was we have lunch so we did just that. All staff in the hotel reception, bar and cleaning staff were friendly and always greeted us. Staff work hard and try hard to please everyone. If there was an issue staff sorted it quickly, the fridge didn’t work and we have medication that needs to be in the fridge within an hour the fridge was replaced with a new one. The air conditioner stopped working within an hour a maintenance guy fixed it. Great service. The pool is nice if a bit small, I’d have preferred they didn’t have the baby pool to make the pool larger. There was a windy few days where there was a lot of plant and tree matter blowing into the pool but the staff were out a lot collecting the plant matter. Everyday I saw the water being checked by staff and a man that scrubs the pool each morning, despite the other reviews I think they do a good job with the pool. Very happy staff keep up rules about no jumping and no ball games it’s too small for that. We ate lunch almost every day at the pool and enjoyed it prices are a little higher than some places near by but still much cheaper than the UK. I’d have preferred a safe in my room, it’s one you pay for in reception which we did, make sure you’re money is tucked in an envelope some of ours got pushed into the safe above we were lucky that a very honest man contacted reception to say he had someone else’s money in his safe. Rooms are big, sheets and towels and rooms are clean and changed regularly. Hand towel could be bigger as it wasn’t enough to wrap long hair in. Toilet paper is cheap and not soft I suggest you do what we did and buy some from supermarket. Beds are 2 singles pushed together not unusual in this part of the world and they are comfy enough but pillows need replaced. The hotel has so many rules up when you first enter - fines for making noise which I would support as there were some terribly noisy same sex groups in the hotel. You’re not allowed to bring melon into the hotel as people had been throwing off balconies was a disappointing rule as fruit shop had melon all cut up nice :( There is a rule about charging if you bleed on sheets it seems to be for the volume of people who get a tattoo, seems discriminatory to women who may get their period early though. They explain other soilage charges but I think it’s very standard in any hotel for these I don’t think they need explaining. The room has no kettle which is a bit of a nuisance although the bar will give you a mug of hot water for 1 Lev. There are also no sanitary bags in the bathroom. The bathroom is a wet bathroom which you get used to it could do with a bigger shelf though as it means you have to keep your toilet bags in the bedroom. I got up for the free breakfast twice (not an early riser on holiday) there’s cereal, toast, fruit juice, co
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FromUS$43
3.5/55 Reviews
Carpets in the room in hot country ? Firstly you just wouldn’t but secondly they are so dirty you don’t want to walk in bare foot (like you want to on holiday) Fridge in room but not allowed any type of food or the threat of a fine of 50 euro. They don’t even sell crisps or fruit either so no snacking round the pool even. Shower head support was broke so had to tie it with a bag to have decent shower. The sink hole was so big I lost half my hair accessories down there and even the full bar of soap which they provide. Unfortunately I didn’t get a pic of the suspicious brown mark on the tile under the toilet roll dispenser, I had to clean it but it deffo was poo. The cleaners clean is very basic, sometimes didn’t get the balcony swept or carpet hoovered. But they made the bed everyday. Yes, the bed, 2 singles pushed together so had to sleep apart all holiday, the sheets don’t fit the bed so you wake in a tangled mess.. WI FI is only available from reception and you can’t always get decent signal in room, I tried to pay for the other WiFi but the code wouldn’t work so got money back as they were unwilling to help. The staff are not that friendly you feel you Are walking on eggshells the way they look at you, only one girl smiled and welcomed us every day and she works in the bar. Finally checkout was 12 and our pick up wasn’t till 9pm so left out luggage In their room, but no showers after check out unless you pay extra, and to top it off when we collected our bags my partners zip was open. Which put us on edge. Breakfast food was basic but enough, if your a breakfast person tho it’s not a big selection and a bit miss matched too but it done me ok. I would not want to stay there again as there are far better hotels in the area for the same price.
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FromUS$40
4.4/510 Reviews
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FromUS$70
3.2/511 Reviews
goes so
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FromUS$251
4/510 Reviews
We had the best experience in this hotel due too the involvement of one member of the staff who was very king and very professional. For my B-day they prepared cake and I was invited to dinner on the roof to receive my gift. The room was was spacious and we had sea view. Dinner was always with a theme and it was changing every night. Need to say, it was an amazing experience.
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FromUS$91
4.3/510 Reviews
As overall good value for the money you spend. The hotel is aged but nonetheless quite comfortable. The staff was very friendly and helpful during the stay. Location of the hotel is great as it is only 5m away by foot both from the beach and the main walking street. The roof terrace where the breakfast is served was quite pleasant. Not a luxurious place but if you are after a clean and calm place to stay you will not be disappointed
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FromUS$54
4/510 Reviews
The hotel left us very impressed from the beginning. We were welcomed by the very kind staff at the reception, a bellboy helped us with the parking and with the luggage afterwards as well. The room was spacious and very modern, the chambermaids cleaned it every day. The food at the restaurant was very delicious, there is something for everyone. We loved the themed dinners, the diversity and the unique taste of the meals. The whole hotel was very clean, especially the beach and the pool area. The hotel has its own private beach, which is free of charge, as well as the pool. The staff speaks many languages, so there wasn’t any problem with the communication at all. The hotel deals with the coronavirus restrictions very well and we didn’t uncomfortable or in danger in any way at all. Thank you to everyone at Club Calimera Imperial Resort for making our holiday so wonderful!
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FromUS$140
4.5/55 Reviews
A lovely quiet complex. Plenty of pools and some have waterslides. There is a pool to suit all ages. On site restaurant is lovely food really good and prices are great. There is a lovely mini market at main entrance and the waterpark is just across the road
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FromUS$54
2.9/510 Reviews
Welcome break from the sun. Comfortable surroundings in the shade, sofas and beanbags. Good WiFi, clean toilet, great food and choice of various ice creams. Ideal pit stop while enjoying the beach. Highly recommended
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FromUS$89