Incognito Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Pomorie, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Incognito Hotel provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with paid wifi.
In addition, while staying at Incognito Hotel guests have access to a concierge and room service. You can also enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Incognito Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Pomorie, Incognito Hotel is located a short distance from Monastery of St. George (1.7 mi) and Old Houses of Pomorie architectural reserve (2.5 mi).
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the seafood restaurants, including Bistro Omar, Sveti Nikola, and Rose Garden Restaurant Pomorie, all of which are a short distance from Incognito Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Embankment.
Enjoy your stay in Pomorie!
Excellent hotel, beautiful, clean, modern,with very good quality and price. The staff was friendly and the rooms were even better than they looked online. The hotel is in the perfect area, located in the touristy zones. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. They also have fitness,spa,massage. Good place to stay in Bulgaria. I would definitely recommend to tourist with families
Very nice staff and the Hotel is very clean and quiet. The location is superb only 7 min from Airport, 15 min from Burgas city and 20 min from Sunny Beach. The swimmingpool is very clean with non cemical hitech system. In general - very fair priced.
Totally panicked when I saw the other reviews for here. Luckily though I was pleasantly suprised. Slight glitch on arrival of having a tiny room with a double bed. I'd booked with my 14 year old son so not ideal. But this was correct the day after and we ended up with a huge room with two balconies. Towels and bedding where changed more than you would normally expect with a three star hotel and all areas where kept clean and tidy. All inclusive is light meaning 11am-9pm(high season) for drinks. Ice cream was 3.30-5pm but you have to wait to be served by staff. Who are usually the same staff serving the drinks. (not ideal but only a major problem if your with young children) There where school groups in our hotel three rooms on my floor had lots of 12+ children in, so I did have to complain one night due to them messing in the hall way early hours of the morning and banging doors waking us up. The staff where great in the hotel though and put a stop to it straight away. All the staff where friendly and tried to speak as best English as they could. The pool opened at 9am and breakfast was served 8-10am. Lunch 12-2 evening meals 5-7pm. We had a packed lunch and bottle of water on arrival at the hotel at 1am. The food wasn't anywhere near as bad as I expected either. Only breakfast was a struggle for me as I'm gluten intolerant. But there was plenty of choice. They could do with a bigger toaster. A faster newer coffee machine and pure juice would habe been nicer. But if you asked for anything they did try to help as much as they could. The fries are on every day but there was always other choices too and plenty of salad. And as another lady pointed out Bulgarian food isn't served red hot but we had no problems with anything being cold for the week we where there. All in all for a three star bargain deal I was very impressed. It's not far frontier main Street or bus stops to Pomorie town or Sunny Beach. The staff where all very helpful and pleasant even in the very early hour's.…
Most people are slating this hotel - obviously they didn't do their research before travelling! A lot of Bulgarian Hotels offer All Inclusive Light - you need to check as they can be quite different on timings! For a relatively small 3 star hotel you are not going to get 10 choices of mains etc! That would not be beneficial to the hotel! Myself and my husband are not fussy eaters and we found something different to eat every day and the fruit and cake for dessert was quite delicious. As for one reviewer who said you have to set the table yourself - you just collect your cutlery with your food - you do that at Sizzling Pubs and many others in the UK - not a hard task really! Pomorie is a quiet part of Bulgaria - if you want more to do, go to Sunny Beach as that's very lively! It depends what you want from your holiday. Nessebar is lovely to visit too. Back to the Hotel - ok so there was no gym or spa and the Wi-Fi wasn't free but you get your air-con and fridge at no extra cost which is a bonus! I swam every day for exercise and walked - you adapt! Value for money - I would say we got a cracking holiday for our money and would definitely return.…
Hotel spotlessly clean food disgusting two slice toaster juice like water no entertainment no free wifi bar didn't just close at 9pm for all inclusive was closed all together no spa or gym as advertised had to set your own table manager was sullen Theodora the barmaid only friendly person most boring holiday I've ever been on and I've been on lots second week had a school trip of about 50kids staying they took place over no wonder people went out at night no one there had a good word to say about this hotel no wonder it wasn't even in the Balkan brochure money wasted on this holiday