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Reviewed 30 June 2011

I went to this hotel as part of a singles holiday.The hotel ,service and accomodation were excellent.My room had a superb sea view,balcony,bath and showers and really comfy bed.The service was very friendly and consistent .
The entertainment was ideal for families with children.The singles enjoyed the all inclusive cocktails and a great view of the eclipse of the moon!
Nessebar Old Town well worth a visit as was Sunny Bay,for obvious different reasons!
Only one complaint which was a major one was the food.It was bland ,overcooked and a major mis use of great ingredients.
Go b+b or room only and eat out ,it was tastier and great value for money

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled solo
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11  Thank bluekipper3
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Reviewed 13 June 2011

My partner and I decided to have a relaxing break at the Sol Nessebar Palace on the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria. It is on a quiet, stylish beach resort and is comfortable and peaceful. We flew to Bourgos Airport and reached the hotel after 20 minutes in our hired car. We opted for a sea-view room with a balcony. It had warm, soothing colours and elegant mahogany furnishings. Our room had a safe and a refrigerator and the bathroom was plush. The food was excellent, we had a complimentary breakfast and a buffet dinner in the evenings. We could choose from grilled chicken, pork, other meats and delicious grilled fish all cooked in front of us. The facilities in the hotel were good, they include a main restaurant, a pool bar, shops, beauty care, a lobby bar and an entertainment bar as well as a full service spa. Guests must visit nearby Nessebar with its many clothes markets. It was here that we visited a local restaurant to savour traditional Bulgarian food which seems to be a mixture of east meets west. They are fond of joghurt as it reportedly keeps you living longer if you eat it regularly. Other guests told us never to take a taxi there as the drivers have a habit of ripping unwary tourists off but a bus runs regularly anyway for those who haven't hired a car. The weather was mostly sunny and overall we had a wonderful time. We found the hotel staff quite stressed and fairly aloof however but maybe this is because Bulgaria is just coming to terms with the influx of foreign visitors over the past few years. We would recommend the hotel and hope to go back one day.
Hugh
http://www.negotiatenow.co.uk

Room Tip: Insist on having a sea-view
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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7  Thank Negotiatenow
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Reviewed 5 June 2011

Hi
I am tourist from Israel, and i had a short vacation in the Sol Nessebar Hotel between the dates 2-5.6.2011.
I want to tell you that we, my wife with me, we really enjoyed staying in your hotel, additionally, my wife had a birthday on June 4, it means while we have been staying in the hotel.
You surprised us with a wonderfull cake in our room.
So first of all thank very much. you made our short vacation very quality one, and i will recomend you when ever i can.

Ariel Cohen (room no 439)

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with friends
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5  Thank zaqxsw12
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Reviewed 22 May 2011

I travelled with a Tour Group that cater for single travellers on an All Inclusive Holiday.
Although I have a few issues with the Tour Company, However it has no bearing on the hotel. To which I found very impressive. I was there over the Easter Period. The Hotel itself is situated a few miles from Old Nessebar to which you can walk in about 20 minutes, or you can catch a taxi or bus. However please note if you catch a taxi. Be sure to ask the price before you get into the taxi, Although the Hotel has about 9 taxis with the hotel name on it. And will cost around 15 Leva to Nessebar. However if you get a taxi from Nessabr back to the hotel, Be on your guard and ask the driver The price before getting in, Otherwise you will get ripped off, And could well be charged as much as 60 Leva. In addition I would suggest if possible to share with fellow travellers. In addition the bus costs around 2 leva.
The Hotel is a large spacious Hotel and there are three hotels in close proximity which are all connected. The Staff I found very helpful and friendly at all times. However I did feel very much under pressure and intimidated at times, particularly by the chamber maids with regards to tipping, Where they hang around outside your room, and regularly leave you little hints.
The Rooms were large and very spacious, with all the mod cons. Bath & Shower, towels Hair dryer etc. The rear of the hotel, You will get a view of the Black Sea. But at the front, Although it is not really a horrible view. As it looks over and old military camp. All rooms have a balcony. There is a tv, to which you can get English speaking channels.
However I did hear one person complain about no shower caps. Not a major issue.
The Restauraunt is situated on the bottom floor and is a very large area. The food is plenty and very well cooked. And you help yourself as it is all buffet style.
The Pools are very good, Although the outdoor pool was very cold, However it was still a little out of season. The Spa or Health Centre are worth using, To where you can use the indoor pool, sauna, or treat yourself to a nice massage. There are a number of shops at the hotel, where the ladies can treat themselves to a nice facial or even visit the hair dressers
Overall it was a decent place and the staff,Bar and entertainment were all very good.
It was well worth the visit.
Surrounding the hotel though, It very much reminded me of Cyprus back in the late 1970s. Whereas a lot of properties are stilll being built. However bear in mind that this is still a new country again, after being relaeased from the clutches of Russia.
I probably would return again sometime in the future.
Have a good trip

  • Stayed: April 2011
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10  Thank JustAndy103
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Reviewed 15 May 2011

Bulgaria is not the Costa del Balkans. I travelled with people who expected "Spanish sunshine" or "Greek hospitality". It's an immensely historical country with some breathtaking beautiful scenery - especially if you escape the beaches and head for the mountains or do a bit of sightseeing and shopping in the bigger cities. There's a lot of poverty still there, a lot of people living in a timewarp, and it's a newcomer to Europe, in terms of the Union, and all that entails. Pick your resort with care. If you want a Bulgarian Blackpool head for Sunny Beach. If you want something a little more off the beaten tourist track, but handy for a historical Old Town, great seafood restaurants, and some nice shops in the New Town, head for Nessebar and the Palace in particular. It's allegedly five star, more four star, in Euro terms, but the rooms are spacious and well equipped, the TV does feature English speaking channels, the staff are friendly and attentive, and the food is fine - there's fresh fish, chicken, pork, other meats, grilled in front of you so if you dont want cold or tepid (as the Bulgarians prefer on health grounds) food, catch the chef's eye. The range was excellent, the all inclusive deal doesn't stint, and the desserts, for those of sweeter tooth than I have, are to diet for. The local cheese is great too, like feta. There's entertainment nightly, guests don't always seem to know where to go, a pretty good Bulgarian party night was missed by many opting to stay in the bars and swig up the all inclusive offerings there. It's a massive complex with much to commend it. The Bulgarians havent the easy empathy of, say, the Italians, they are by nature more reserved, but they are nice people, and easy to get on with, once the language barrier is overcome by a bit of body language or smiles. And the value is second to none. You've got to understand the nation;s history and realise that the Bulgarians are still on a learning curve when it comes to catering to the demands of mass tourism. Part of the problem is also getting there, with some companies almost air bus hopping airports to collect tourists if flights don't fill from one or the other airport, which adds to the flight time, and irritation. But once there, and once the sun shines (it's hit and miss May but was scorching as I left as luck would have it) it's a good place. Take buses instead of taxis, one lev instead of 15 (the taxi rate to the old Town) but remember two levs equal about £1, and it;s not a pricy place. Visit the city, the archaeological museums, grab a bit of culture, as well as a tan. And make an effort to chat to the locals.

Room Tip: ask for pool view,old military base other side!
  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled on business
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9  Thank Janarchy
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