Kokemuksia Sol Nessebar Palace -hotellista
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Helppo loma lasten kanssa
Vietettiin mukava perheloma kyseisessä hotellissa. Todella siistit huoneet ja siivoja kävi joka päivä. Varasimme viidelle henkilölle perhehuoneen merinäköalalla ja todellakin harvoin on saatu nauttia näin väljästä olotilasta. Huoneistossa oli kaksi huonetta ja molemmissa oli omat kylpyhuoneet. Ihanaa kun suihkuun ei tarvinnut jonottaa. All inclusive sisälsi hyvin ruokaa ja herkkuja tarjolla, mutta pääruuat eivät ole mitään erikoisia. Keskityin lähinnä kasviksiin, salaatteihin ja Bulgarian ihaniin juustoihin. Loppuviikkona ei jaksanut enää sitä samaa ranskalais-nugettilinjaa ja siirryinkin salaatista sujuvasti jälkiruokiin. Jos jaksaa sokerisia drinkkejä niin ei muuta kuin baaritiskille tilamaan. Päärynäsiideria saa maksullisena osasta hotellin hyvinvarustelluista baareista. Lähikaupasta ostettuna Sommersby päärynäsiideri lähikaupasta noin 1 €. Hotellilla voi isompien lasten kanssa pelata tennista ja biljardia. Tennis ja neljä mailaa vuokrattuna tunniksi oli noin 20 €. Bulgariassa yleisesti tapaa huonoa asiakaspalvelua, eikä tämä reissu muuttanut mielikuvaani siitä. Nessebarin rannat ovat likaisempia kuin esim. Espanjassa, Turkissa tai Kroatiassa. Varottaisin myös rannanseudulla uivista meduusoista. Koskin vahingossa uidessa kädellä meduusan lonkeroihin ja kyllä se kirvelyn jätti koko päiväksi. Seudulla on myös paljon hylättyjä, puolivalmiita asuinrakennuksia ja hotelleja. Bulgarian Nessebar on jopa kalliimpi paikka kuin Suomi. En voi suositella ostamaan huonolaatuista tavaraa pikku kaupoista kalliimmalla kuin kotimaasta. Plussaksi mainitsisin edullisen matkan hinnan ja helpon lennon lähikenttä Vaasasta. Viiden hengen reissu Apollomatkoilta oli n. 2500 €. Parasta reissussa oli aina niin ihana aurinko, tennismatsit. kävelyt rannalla ja aina valmis ruokapöytä. Lähtisin toistekki.
While not being a big fan of large all-inclusive hotels - so I have to admit that I don't have much experiences of that kind for comparison - the holiday at Sol Palace was extraordinary good. The room was really big with great views to the sea. I would recommend to book sea view as the other side is pretty poor. The room had all amenities we needed yet it may need some refurbishment although not because being worn out, rather starting to get dated. Hotel facilities match requirement of old and young but still I think this hotel is rather for families with children. I have to highlight the kindness of all staff members we met; reception, caretaker, waiters etc. The sunbeds around the pool area were taken pretty early in the morning, but since we think a holiday at the seaside should be spent at the seaside we had no problems because there were always lot of sunbeds available at the beach. The food quality and variety was excellent with something new every day, even after a week it did not get monotonous. We liked the main restaurant better than the Italian. All in all it was a superb, memorable holiday.
Last minute holiday
We booked this 5 days before we went to surprise some friends who were already staying there - didn't know what to expect as never visited Bulgaria before and as rd former eastern block country didn't expect too much - how wrong were we - the hotel was really good - our rooms were kept beautifully cleaned as were the grounds of the hotel -:the only litter was by the tourists themselves and the staff constantly picked it up - as for Bulgaria itself it was one of.the cleanest countries I've stayed in - no litter or even cigarette butts in the towns - bluntly litter bins as people living there are expected to take their rubbish home - a lesson we could learn here! There isn't a huge beach and it doesn't appear to belong to the hotel but its nice and quiet (well it was in April) and there is a water taxi that will take you to Old Nessebar Town - this is a must see as a world heritage site with old and interesting buildings with Lots of fab little restaurants and shops and on each trip across to it we saw dolphins - there is a children's water park area at the hotel which seemed to go down well with families and the pool for us oldies was really good too - we did a couple of trips to other towns like the port town of Varna and again nothing but cleanliness and friendly people - and interestingly you can still see remnants of the communist influence in some of the buildings - all in all we enjoyed a thoroughly nice holiday so would recommend this hotel and area
Avoid if you want to feel comfortable.
We arrived at the hotel just as the main restaurant was closing (9pm) and although the Italian restaurant was still open until 9:30pm we were told that we couldn’t use that and that food would be available for us at 10.30pm so we waited til then. We shouldn’t have bothered as it was a poor offering of bread, cheese, Spam, some bite size pieces of cake and several whole grapefruit served in the main restaurant with barely any lighting on and no staff. Our sea view room was adequate but the bathroom had definitely seen better days. There are no in room tea/coffee making facilities but there are hot drink machines on each floor. Everyday our room was ‘cleaned’ between 9:30am and 10:30am whilst we were at breakfast which was a positive although the cleaning element was subjective as the room wasn’t dusted or the carpet hoovered and although we never left our towels on the floor to be changed they were replaced every day. The main restaurant food was satisfactory with a selection of hot and cold dishes at every meal. The drinks service was all self service. However, the most disappointing thing about the restaurant are the staff. From the customer facing maitre’d to the serving staff, no matter how hard you tried to engage with them they rarely smiled and you ended up feeling very uncomfortable. Indeed, we found the staff throughout the hotel to be the most miserable we had ever come across and I have to say sadly that it did spoil our holiday somewhat.
Perfect week with my other half in an incredible hotel
Visited September 12th for a week with my boyfriend both in our late 20s and will try to give as much as an honest review as I can!! Arrival - The coach dropped us off outside the hotel and didn't even drive in so we were initially confused as to where we needed to go but soon worked it out.the reception staff were polite and took our bags up to the room and told us where lunch was. Room - very big and clean carpeted room, more of a suite than a double room with a living area with table and chairs. It appeared the chairs were also pull out beds so I assume it also can be a family room. There was a mini fridge and water was replaced daily so that was a nice touch saved us having to buy any. The bed was huge and super comfortable and had individual quilts plus a large throw and the pillows were amazing I wanted to take them home! Definitely made our regular double at home seem so small. The bathroom was big and clean and also had a large bath as well as a shower which was fabulous and so powerful and also had a tap at waist height for washing sand off. we didn't use the bath at all but I imagine it's great for families with young children. The air conditioning was fine rattled around a bit but did the job. Only criticisms are the rooms are a bit dated, could do with the chairs being re-upholstered and some less busy curtains as it's all a bit 80's floral, just some nice plain grey or beige colours woukd have been perfect. I also would have upgraded to a sea view, we had a 'park view' which I think they meant 'car park view' as we really did overlook a car park. Not a major issue and I guess not really the hotels fault as they do offer an upgrade and we didn't spend much time in there, but I think the upgrade of the sea view would have been well worth it. Drink - as soon as we arrived we indulged in a couple of cocktails and they were delicious. Being used to some cheaper hotels where the drinks can be a bit watery we went for 2 each which was not necessary as they were very fair measures, the godfather was so strong almost undrinkable (almost!) but really impressed by every cocktail I had. A lot of reviews about them being pre mixed drinks like gin and tonic etc but you can see the machine next to the bar that has all the spirit bottles upside down in a machine operated optic and the sprit comes out first followed but the mixer, so I don't believe its pre mixed just seems a quick efficient way of serving it. The cocktails by the entertainment and pool came in pint cardboard cups so 2 did plenty for the evening entertainment. If you want a glass go to the lobby bar, Spanish bar or German bar where they are happy to make you a drink in a glass. The wine in the restaurant is serve yourself I only tried the red as I'm a bit fussy about white, but it was perfectly acceptable with dinner. You can upgrade your bottle if you wish for about 10 lev which is a fiver so if your treating yourself why not! Soft drinks were all great, the pour yourself drinks were local pop and juice but you can also get coke, Fanta etc if you prefer the branded stuff. All the pour yourself stations also have beer on tap so you can just help yourself when you want! Also a nice sparkling wine in a few of the bars which I enjoyed. All in all best drinks I've experienced in an all Inclusive. Food - great selection of food each day. Lots of meat and fish dishes and fresh live cooking plus other dishes such as lasagne and pork in cream sauces etc. Even on the days you didn't want something rich there was plenty of bread cheese meats and salad. There were theme nights as well with bulgarian night serving bulgarian shots on the door. The baklava was amazing over indulged in that! The a la carte Italian was lovely, we picked to go on the Monday as there was a sign in the lobby saying there was live music. This was 2 lady's playing the violin and keyboard and singing and I have to say it was a great touch, we sat outside with candle lit table and the music and it really was nice. Also great themeing with the Italian carsand table clothes. I've seen a few people moan about the fact it isn't table service but I enjoyed it as I would never normally order pizza and it was fantastic as was the blue cheese sauce with chicken so I loved it. Snacks were great, tapas bar has some nice Spanish omellete and meatballs, chorizo and olives. Really enjoyed the 10pm serving of that especially the one night we skipped dinner that was a good little snack. Poolside snacks were fine we went out most afternoons as not really sunbathers so can't comment too much but standard pizza and chips! We did go to the sea front panini bar and they were lovely too, come in a take out bag too so perfect to grab one and pop in your bag before your afternoon out! Hotel - the actual grounds of the hotel are just amazing. I have seen another reviewer describe it as a little village and I couldn't agree more. You can walk around the grounds for ages stopping off at each place, the one evening we had a bit of a 'bar crawl' just on site. Started at the German bar, went to the Spanish bar, went over to the billiard bar, couple on the terrace and then down for the entertainment. I never ever got bored of the hotel. Even when we went out in the day I looked forward to coming back to the little village for the evening. Loved the variation of bars it really made it for us. Not sure of the name of the bar tender in the billiard bar but he was good fun and always put a smile on our face. And the Spanish bar had a nice little outside area with Spanish music on (albeit the same album every night but hey ho I was singing along by day 5) and sangria and Cuban cocktails. We really loved it in there. I imagine the hotel is amazing for children, there is a whole water park on site, endless entertainment, in the evenings the have little huts with jewellery making and face painting, popcorn stands and stuff, really again feels like a village. Didn't look too much round the kids stuff but looked like there were little bumper cars and stuff as well so I think it's more than likely a great family spot, would love to bring my niece. The hotel grounds really were just fantastic I can't say any more on it! Entertainment - wow, just wow. I have to admit we generally stay in 3* hotels so its normally bingo followed by kids running in the audience to find a sock or something. This was just amazing, the 9.30 shows are not to be missed.Every night impressed me the staff are just so hard working and talented. Such a high level of professionalism not to mention speaking about 5 languages to suit the audience, reallt great. The shows are just brilliant, expect magic and acrobats and fire and dancing and singing. Even the last show I thought this is a bit slapstick but I'll be patient as the rest has been so impressive, of course ended up amazing with fire and acrobats and me on my feet. Really really impressed by the entertainment and I have reccomended for this reason to so many people. Area - there are plenty of excursions which we didn't actually do but I'm sure are great. We went to nessebar old town a couple of times. Really lovely place. We had cocktails in a seafront bar and then went down to Michael's eco bar which I strongly recommend, cocktails in a cave with turtles, what's not to like. Nice little shops and beautiful ruins of the church, we didn't stop by the museums but I know there is a couple. Wonderful sea breeze down there which was much appriciate on our last day there which was 34 degrees! We did walk back from nessebar the one afternoon was about a mile but that's when it was a bit cooler. We got a sea taxi the one afternoon, we actually wanted to go sveti vlas but unfortunately didn't seem to be any sea taxis so we went to sunny beach instead just for a cocktail somewhere. We had already visited there our first night as friends were staying there, It wasnt for us as its a bit tacky but each to their own. Anyway the sea taxi is fun just for something to do and is 10 lev which is cheaper than an actual taxi so why not apparently some people see dolphins. Again it was super super hot so we enjoyed the breeze on the boat. Not a lot of things to do within walking distance however we did find a local beach bar called surf school (also a surf school!) which we sat and had a drink in early evening about 5pm. It was beautiful and about a 10 min walk well worth it if you want a change of scenery and a tasty cocktail. There is also a bar just outside the hotel called ferettii which we ate out in one night. The waitress was absolutely lovely and the food was tasty. So so cheap as well we had a pizza, chicken roquefort and some chips to share, 2 cocktails and 2 large jack Daniels and coke came to 40 lev (20ish pounds) and a really nice themed restaurant. So a very lengthy review but just wanted to get across how fab this place is. If your looking for a great all inclusive hotel within a decent budget I couldn't reccomend it enough.
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