This was a 12 night stay here for our 1st ever visit to Sunny Beach and we were very pleased, the room was large with a huge king sized bed and a good sized bathroom with a multi-headed shower, basic toiletries are provided along with a hair dryer.
We didn't manage to get a pool view room but perhaps that was no harm as those rooms overlook a derelict and unfinished shell of a hotel, the pool itself was spotlessly clean with not even a stray leaf to be seen in it.
Breakfast was the standard continental offerings and if items ran out a request to the waiting staff sorted that out rapidly.
A free safety box is available for use and these are stored with the reception staff, these boxes are just your standard small cash box with a key but it worked fine for us.
Only couple of slight niggles were a failure to thoroughly clean inside the shower enclosure and no tea/coffee making facilities, we just bought an electric kettle locally and left it behind us with the hotel staff.
A trip to Burgas city (town?) was pleasant and well worth it to get to a designer shopping mall called the Galleria, we also visited the heritage city of Nessebar a couple of times and that is well worth doing.
Location wise the hotel is to the Nessebar end of Sunny Beach but with many frequent local bus services from the main road about 100 metres away, for us not being in the centre of things in any resort would be our choice.
You may need to be aware, if you haven't been to Sunny Beach before, of the appalling standard of Burgas airport, I realise a lot of people are not put off by the departure point when on the return journey but while your contact with the airport is minimal on arrival it's a very different story but when you have to spend 2 hours, in what was for us, a crammed and vastly over priced facility, definitely a contender for the airport from hell.
Money changing is a big feature in Sunny Beach and on no account get involved with anyone offering to do so on the street, you will definitely end up out of pocket and care is needed even where the facility if operating from an exchange booth with a head line rate of 1.95 but when you do exchange you may be disappointed to discover that rate was for them buying Bulgarian Leva and not Euros for instance.
Nothing illegal being done here but definitely sharp practice as people automatically assume when they see what looks like a very good rate that it applies to people changing to Leva and not selling them, we saw a couple of very heated confrontations where that only dawned on tourists when they counted how many Leva they received from the exchange.
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