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Antea Str., Sozopol 8130 Bulgaria
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#4 of 229 Specialty lodging in Sozopol
“Villa Orange” is located in the town of Sozopol, 900 metres away from the town centre and close to the Rayski Zaliv (Paradise Bay). The complex is situated in the exceptionally beautiful “Budzhaka” area and offers a unique combination of sea scenery and golden beaches. It is only 100 away from “Bamboo beach”, hit of Sozopol beaches and the past summer, and has 25 suites with kitchen and 14 double rooms, most of which overlooking the bay of Sozopol. All rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with a telephone, TV set with cable TV, mini-fridge-bars and hair dryer in the room. In most of the rooms and suites there is WI-FI Internet, which is free for the guests. The outdoor pool of the complex and the beautifully arranged garden will contribute to your real rest and relaxation. Here you can enjoy comfort, peace and excellent conditions for an unforgettable holiday.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast available
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Business Center with Internet Access
Outdoor pool
Non-smoking hotel
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Grade: 43 out of 100
22Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
2Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
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Liliana N wrote a review Sep 2020
8 contributions
I'm having really bad experience with the booking at this hotel. A week ago we made a reservation for this hotel in Sozopol, Bulgaria via Trivago and ZenHotels. I've paid for the reservation in advance and when I got to the hotel I was surprised by the news that the reservation did not go through . The receptionist told me the hotel was overbooked and they didn't help me at all with the issue. It was a nightmare to find another accommodation. So now I want my money back but after a week still have no confirmation from ZenHotels. They still "working" on it. Probably will have to open a dispute with my credit card if I don't get refund within a week. So don't use this ZenHotels if you want to have a zen vacation!
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Date of stay: September 2020
GARY L wrote a review Aug 2019
Bury, United Kingdom199 contributions74 helpful votes
Stayed here for 14 nights. Having travelled extensively in Bulgaria this hotel is pretty good compared to most of the others I have booked. Very close to supermarkets. Room has aircon and a medium sized fridge perfect for chilling your bottled water. Typical sized twin/double bedroom. Kettle provided. Housekeeping not the best but fairly typical for the country. Staff a bit of a mixture with some not saying a word. The chap in the breakfast room was very polite as were the young girls on reception. Had an issue with the shower but it was rectified the same day I mentioned the problem. Got this stay at a good price so despite the issues I would consider staying here again.
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Room Tip: The upper floors have a smoking balcony so if you don't want to be disturbed ask for a room...
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Lara J wrote a review Jun 2019
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We picked this place for the price. Its basic but was perfect for what we we needed. It was clean and quiet. The room was small but again, for the price we weren't looking for huge luxury. Next to the hotel is a little store where you can buy breakfasts and the hotel had a mini fridge so we could take stuff back there. The reception was very friendly and provided us with things like plates when asked for them. Also, the pool is a nice touch!
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Date of stay: September 2018
Deborah A wrote a review Sep 2018
Kent, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
The apartment we had was really lovely; spacious, clean; great views from the large balcony & really nice bathroom/shower. Unfortunately that is the only pro for me the staff are miserable and unfriendly apart from the guy who covers the night reception. The pool area is so small the sun loungers are all squeezed together so you have to get on/ off them from the bottom and shuffle. There is no music no bar just a small pool. The beaches are packed. Our first night we thought we would eat at their hotel opposite we ordered 2 starters and 2 mains easy yeah? Nope 1 starter came then half hour later the other starter (cold) and one main when we asked where the other main was we was told "I don't know" ! We walked out. Town is about 20 minute walk away and has plenty of places to eat. I would recommend the Villa Orange if you want a nice clean comfortable apartment in a very quiet location.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Room 309 is lovely on the top floor
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Alan and Fiona Brown wrote a review Aug 2018
Selby, United Kingdom91 contributions49 helpful votes
To an extent, TUI miss-sell Villa Orange by claiming it is a hotel, when in fact it is an apartment block; “a holding-pen for the Selena Beach” as another disgruntled guest phrased it. There is no lift, no safety deposit boxes, no bar, no reception area worthy of the name, no left-luggage area other than a public walkthrough, and the satellite TV is so grainy as to be almost unwatchable. There are no snacks available around the shallow pool, and there are only 4 parasols to 16 sunbeds, so choose to burn or hide somewhere unless you’re lucky enough to grab some shade. The double rooms are very small with barely 24 inches of space around the beds, and our first room – 203 – had no storage space for bags and two air-conditioning units on the balcony, one for our room and the other for the adjacent apartment. There was no peace for the first two nights as both of these units were loudly active throughout the night. Rather grudgingly, we were moved up to room 307 where at least we could unpack properly and get some sleep because the air-con was on the roof. Some lights don’t work, door frames hang off the walls, and wires protrude, some wrapped in insulation tape because they are presumably still live, but the cleaners come (nearly) every day and change the bedding. The Wi-Fi is very good, the showers are reliable, and air-con is included in the price. Bed-and-breakfast guests sleep and wash at the Villa Orange, but eat and drink elsewhere. Food is served at the Selena Beach Hotel across the road, or you might choose to eat and drink at the Flamingo complex (see my separate review). It’s going to be one or the other of these or a half-hour walk into town as there are no buses. If you are lucky you can rent a safe at the Selena Beach (35 Leva a week), but that is dependent on availability. TUI initially claimed when we booked in December that Villa Orange has a private beach – it does not. Tickets to Bamboo Beach are purchased by the nearby hotels and re-sold to guests. There are a limited number available, so sometimes you will be disappointed. And since the Selena Beach is an integral part of the Villa Orange experience, it’s also worth casting an eye over their provision too. The morning food is okay, essentially a buffet breakfast which can be eaten inside or out, but the evening meals are more variable in quality. They also offer a 2-for-1 cocktail promotion in the evenings, but again the outcomes are unpredictable. Warm Pina Coladas and a pick-and-mix Mai Tai will keep you guessing as to the ingredients. There’s more mint in a tube of toothpaste than their mojitos. Most significantly with the Selena Beach is the ambience. It is a soulless place. The bar is unwelcoming, and the ever-present soundtrack comprises a variety of ‘woe is me’ dirges by a compendium of depressives from the bottom of the Sade barrel. You’ll be asked to pay up pretty quickly in the evenings because they want the bar cleared by 11 o’clock. We simply cannot recommend Villa Orange as a ‘hotel’. For many years we have travelled through the Mediterranean and the Balkans and stayed in worst places than this, but at all other times we at least felt welcome. The negatives were always overcome by a genuine desire to please the guests, but at both Villa Orange and the Selena Beach there was scarcely an effort to see the tourists from the west as little more than cash cows.
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: Avoid room 203
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$38 - $487 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BulgariaBurgas ProvinceSozopol
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Frequently Asked Questions about Villa Orange
Which popular attractions are close to Villa Orange?
Nearby attractions include Harmani Beach (0.05 miles) and Bottle Beach Bar (0.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Villa Orange?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Villa Orange?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a minibar, and air conditioning.
What food & drink options are available at Villa Orange?
Guests can enjoy breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Villa Orange?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Villa Orange?
Conveniently located restaurants include Black Bison Grill & Bar, Veranda, and Restaurant Laguna.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Villa Orange?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Villa Orange have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Villa Orange offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Villa Orange located near the city center?
Yes, it is 1.0 miles away from the center of Sozopol.
Are there any historical sites close to Villa Orange?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Church of The Most Holy Mother (0.8 miles).
Is Villa Orange accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.