Excelent Wi-fi signal , food was exceptional ( we need just ice ) , price for drinks are not expensive . They change every day towel . Beach with sand no rocks . For downtown i go by walk 15 minutes . The parking was on excelent condition .
The entire complex is nice but it is far from 4-5 stars. The rooms are large and comfortable, however some bedsheets were damaged and the towels were dirty. The bathrooms have no glass on the bathtubs so everything gets wet and the multiple ac units are noisy and on the balcony so all drips water on there. The tables and chairs on the balcony are cheep and plastic... all of which is nor 4 star hotel. Usually they will put a central ac and better seats or no pillows with holes. The inside of the flats were very good otherwise and the furniture is good. Place is full of pools and good for the kids to go around, but the restaurants are not great. The worst thing was the service and the peoples way of talking to us on the reception and in the restaurants. We were 3 couples one with a kid and a baby.…
The restaurants The food there is DELICIOUS, especially at the Fish & Grill restaurant (located on the beach). Valentino was the perfect waiter, he is cheerful, joyful and he is very friendly. He made our holiday 10 times better with his positive attitude. Every morning we would drink our coffee there just so we can start our day with joy. The Italian restaurant has great pizza and tiramisu, but the pasta is tasteless. If you want great food, you can go to Sunny Beach by bus and go to Euphoria - amazing carbonara and amazing food as well! The bus price is 1.5 leva per person to Sunny Beach and 2 leva per person to Nessebar. There are 2 busses, 5 and 8. There is also another restaurant, Paradiso, which is the hotel's restaurant and here you can have breakfast. The food here was ok. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, all the bars and cafes were closed inside the complex, except the bar from the main pool, where Paradiso is located. For two people, we spent around 50-60 leva at each meal: food + drinks. The pools There are 8 pools and all of them are amazing! The water is not too cold and you can start swimming at 9 AM. We spent almost every afternoon at the pool. Even if the complex is the last one from Sveti Vlas, the silence and tranquility are priceless. Every night we enjoyed staying on the balcony, just watching the stars and talk. It was peaceful. This complex is suitable for families, as they will surely enjoy the quiet. Sveti Vlas - Nessebar by boat Depending on the weather on the sea, you can go to Nessebar by boat. It leaves Sveti Vlas at 10:40 and returns at 14:30. The price was 15 leva one way and 25 leva two ways per person. It was a very nice experience, we arrived in Nessebar in 30 minutes, but when we returned, we reached Sveti Vlas in 1h - there is a detour to Elenite. The rooms We stayed in a one-bedroom apartment with a sea view, located near the main road, on the top floor. The reception I know people who work at the front-desk meet different types of people, but looking down on us won't create a good first impression. Location Garden of Eden is literally the last complex from Sveti Vlas before Elenite. There is not much to do unless you want to stay at the beach or the pool all day and eat every day there. The bus station is located 5-10 minutes away from the main entrance and the buses are pretty often - every 20 minutes. So if you want to go to Sunny Beach or Nessebar, you can by bus. The complex is located on a hill, but they have 2 elevators that will easily take you to "floor 5" - where the reception is. So depending on your luck, you might get close to the beach or close to the main road (floor 5). The supermarket There is also a little store inside the complex. Sadly, it is open only until 20:00 and it doesn't have too many things you can buy. The entrances Even though there are a lot of alternative gates you can use to exit the complex, all of them, except the one at the supermarket, are closed. It would be very nice if they would open all the gates so tourists won't have to go to the main entrance every time they want to enter the complex. The beach I don't know if this is on the owners/carers of the beach, but at the bottom of the sea, there was a lot of seaweed. It could have been cleaner. The beach is small, I can't even imagine how people are staying there when the complex is full.…
We have lived in Bulgaria 17 months and discovered Garden of Eden right away (May 2019). We have returned for several long weekend get-aways (five total) and just enjoyed a week long vacation there. The entire complex is first rate, we love the beach, and are grateful for the beautiful landscaping which accompanies the seven pools. We have stayed in the hotel, two different studios, and two different one bedroom apartments. Each was clean, well-equipped and very comfortable. All three restaurants and the beach bar/restaurant serve delicious food and drink with excellent service.
We went there last year. We were in the hotel part. The beach was far from our room. We were three people, two in the bedroom, and one on the couch. In the bedroom there wasn't a TV. Only bed and a wardrobe. The kitchen part was ok. But the staff do not cleaned the apartment everyday. Once they had put old and torn bedsheets. I don't think I would return back.
Nice place, next to the sea, with restaurants inside for each taste, nice gardens and pools close to each building for the ones which don’t like the beach, which is also nice. Fish restaurant and Italian as well
We lived in apartments with children. Manages and changes towels daily. There is a tile, oven, microwave, toaster, teapot, coffee maker, refrigerator. The only thing that doesn't exist is a hair dryer. Great pools and beach by the sea. Area gardens beautifully maintained, genuine "Garden of eden". We ate very tasty Fish restaurant on the sea shore, yammi! I recommend
I could not find fault with the complex a little quite with a couple of bars closed with it being late September. I would have no hesitation in recommending it. The food at the Italian restaurant was very good and with Bulgaria not having the Euro food and drink was most affordable. Only a short bus ride from Sunny Beach if you like that sort of thing and just a little further brings you to Nessebar where the old town is not to be miss a fascinating place with a lot of history. Overall a wonderful holiday and we would to able to return in the future.
We decided on Bulgaria as the exchange rate was much better than the euro or the dollar which makes a big difference on self catering holidays. We picked the Garden of Eden because it looked nice (not very original). Despite being abit nervous as to what to expect as some of the reviews were not glowing, I have to say it was really positive. Firstly the apartment was very well equipted with microwave, coffee machine, hob oven etc etc. It was spacious and clean with a large balcony and of a better over all spec then most greek self catering apartments I have stayed at. The complex was kept very tidy and we found the staff to be helpful and jovial. The taxi service that you can book at the reception is really efficient and I thought it was reasonably priced. We didnt eat on the complex so cannot comment about them. We did eat at the Marina in St Vlas and in the town itself. Plenty of options available but be aware the restaurants at the marina were of high quality but the prices were quite high, where as in town the quality was variable (not bad) but significantly cheaper. The reason I have not given this resort 5 stars is because of the following niggles, 1. The sun beds were actually quite uncomfortable (just my opinion) 2. The sunbeds and umbrellors on the beach were actually quite expensive. We were advised by other guests that during peak periods (school holidays) there are no where near enough sunbeds available and the towel touts spoil things for everyone else. Overall I have to say we enjoyed our stay and the positives outweighed the negatives. Just be aware that the resort is on a slope so if you don't like hills or have mobility issues I would not say this resort is suitable, also not good for high heels. I would definatley consider Bulgaria again having now seen the country for myself. A word of advise, get your barings when you arrive as its quite a large complex and you can do quite a lot of unnecessary milage trying to find everything or unlike us you can read the map they give you on arrival DOH!!!…
We stayed in one of the apartments which was very spacious, equipped with cooker, fridge/freezer, washing machine, toaster. Very clean although could do with a new lick of paint. The grounds are beautiful, all the staff where so helpful and friendly and the food at all the restaurants was amazing. Reception couldn’t of been more helpful with organising us taxis to the several places we visited. Overall a lovely place to stay