See why so many travelers make Hotel Evridika their hotel of choice when visiting Nessebar. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Hotel Evridika offer air conditioning and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service and a concierge. Guests of Hotel Evridika are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant.
Close to some of Nessebar's most popular landmarks, such as St Stephens Church (2.1 mi) and The Church of St. John Aliturgetos (2.1 mi), Hotel Evridika is a great destination for tourists.
While in Nessebar, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Hotel Evridika, including Stariat Kesten (1.2 mi), Restaurant Amour (0.2 mi), and Karel (0.0 mi).
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Evridika as you experience all of the things Nessebar has to offer.
The hotel was very nice, but quite far from the old town. We got there easily with a shuttle bus, but getting back was quite problematic, because only bus no 3 went back to the hotel and not very often either. So we decided to get a taxi after dinner. We didn't have enough levs, so the taxi driver agreed with 12 euros although it was still quite expensive. We gave 20, but then he suddenly changed his mind and gave back only 5 euros instead of 8 and refused to give back the remaining money. So I don't recommend using taxies there. It seems the drivers will trick you as soon as an opportunity opens. Just wait a little and use a bus instead. But if you plan to visit the old town more times, then it's propably smart to choose some other hotel that's not so far.
We have just returned from two weeks with friends at Hotel Evridika. Reception staff were excellent and mostly spoke reasonable English - especial thanks to Christina for her help! There was someone available 24 hours a day. Our rooms were a little dated but clean and there was always hot water and both rooms had good showers. The hotel is next to the beach and has good, sandy beaches to the right and left with sun beds and parasols (rather expensive). The hotel has a restaurant area to the back (facing beach) with some seating and sun bathing facilities and toys for young children. All in all, we enjoyed our stay with one exception. Breakfast was generally poor and although there was a variety of food (mostly continental), the toaster and coffee maker were often out of order and when mentioning this to the young women on duty, a shrug was the only reply. They were also not very diligent replenishing supplies and breakfast has to be taken in the small dining room and you cannot take food outside into the restaurant area. We learnt towards the end of our holiday that the catering is done by outsiders and whilst we always found something to eat, if breakfast is an important meal for you, one of the good restaurants nearby offer full English at a very reasonable price. The hotel is well placed for restaurants, supermarkets, money exchange and a bus stop. Bus fares and food are cheap and the restaurant next to the hotel is friendly with lovely food.…
We stopped here People who work at the hotel do not speak good English even though reports state that they were English speaking. Breakfast was awful cold food just chucked on plates tea coffee machine kept braking down only other option was warm water to drink. There was seating outside but wasn't allowed to sit out there as they were for paying customers. Dining hall was small and cramped. Rooms were ok but bathroom no drainage for shower and window didn't have a blind so you were looking out in the street while u were having a shower which was intimidating
Location on the cliff overlooking the bay, excellent, large rooms with tasteful furniture, clean, good WIFI, bus stop in front of the hotel. The staff is friendly and helpful. The only minus would be the rusty bathroom faucets.
My family and I was staying at this hotel in late July. We booked this hotel as a package deal including breakfast, lunch and dinner. First day we got fish soup for a starter with a serving plate under it. The plates were obviously reused for our desserts as I found the fish bone next to the cake peace. Next day in our main meal we found hair. The forth day it was raining heavily and the hotel got flooded ... just image an awful sewer smell... the reception informed us that because of an accident we won't get any dinner. Next day my father almost broke his tooth as there was a huge peace of broken glass baked into a meat pie for lunch. When we confronted the manager he was so 'kind' to reply that we saw what was going on yesterday and that is the reason why it happened. When we told him about the hair in our meal and fish bones in our dessert he simply replied that he doesn't believe us. Generally hotel is very interested and concerned about 'the paying at the place customers'. As if you drop by from the street you can pick a table outside, with a view to the sea, and if not, you are allowed to sit in the hotels dinner/ restaurant inside. The hotel is facing the sea, but there isn't a lot of beach to enjoy the sun. Hotel does have few sun umbrellas and sun beds in its wooden terrace. Thought I must add that it needs fixing as wooden beams are rotten... I can't say anything bad about the waiters , they seems kind. …