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Holiday Village

Duni Royal Resort, Dyuni 8133 Bulgaria
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#3 of 6 hotels in Dyuni
Property amenities
Free parking
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Outdoor pool
Game room
Mini golf
Tennis court
Water park
Table tennis
Nightclub / DJ
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Car hire
Meeting rooms
BBQ facilities
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private beach
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, Bulgarian
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Silviu V wrote a review Aug 2021
Bucharest, Romania56 contributions49 helpful votes
The village is placed on a hill, ~4 stories climb from its restaurant and overall 10-12 minutes to the beach or to Marina hotel. If you stop at the restaurant on the way to/from the beach, its quite an enjoyable walk through the forest and then well kept gardens or near the water park. However, the climb is difficult if you're elderly or out of shape. There is a golf-car delivery service to help with luggage on check-in and check-out. The good: - nice sandy beach with plenty of sunbeds - smooth entry in the water with gradual depth increase, great for children. - crystal-clear water in the mornings - outdoor theater with shows, some good (improv men vs women or comedy night) others not so much (dancing shows) - well kept gardens and forest area. you can avoid seeing any cars during your stay there, there is a tunnel under the main road to avoid crossing it and the parking lot is also rather isolated. - waterpark included in price is nice for (small) children - rooms were adequately large size and very quiet - enough bars and food/snacks to never get hungry or thirsty - huge resort, enough to keep you busy for 1 week - decent coffee at bars - parking is included (no fee) but you're kind of expected to tip the golf-car delivery guys :) - nice bathroom water pressure The tolerable (not to say bad, kind of expected due to good price): - beer and cocktails are quite watered down, as most ~3-4 star Bulgarian hotels offer. There are premium drinks for sale at the bars, but only vs cash (no card) and the selection is not great (local wine, no real beer except for the mini-markets). Beer is ok if you enjoy just the taste of beer, but not the buzz. - food is bland and overall a bit disappointing. there is great variety, but none of it is adequately seasoned/spiced. Also don't expect anything fancy, but you can still have a decent meal with a grilled pork/trout/chicken/kebab or some local tasting stews, besides salads/ appetizers/deserts/fruit. - rooms furniture and rugs were old fashioned and just old. I hear that Marina hotel is nicer and Royal probably even better. - the hill - the crowds. its a really big complex with probably 4k guests in high season, so the main restaurant is very very crowded. it is outdoors mostly but still there is no mask or gloves rule being enforced near the food area. also expect to wait in line or wait for refills for the popular dishes
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: If you're not up for climbing a hill, pay a bit extra for the Marina hotel
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anonymous a wrote a review Aug 2021
Sofia, Bulgaria138 contributions20 helpful votes
Rooms are old fashioned, bathroom was not very clean, but bed sheets and towels were very clean. Rooms are wet, bed sheets also. Towels changed every day. Some of bath equipment wasn't working properly. Villas are quiet but if you are travelling with children, ask for a near villa. Some villas are long way up a hill and some have many stairs to climb. We asked for a near villa and they proposed us the first one which was great. The pool area is very dirty, pool bar had bad floor. Area around pool is very slippery. There are epnough sun beds for epveryone. Toilets of the restaurant are awful. Food is good, there is good variety. Sometimes there is no water supply and also we had to wait for clean dishes. Animation is good. Evening show 5 days a week.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Ask for a near villa, some villas are up a hill and have many stairs to climb. Laguna villa is...
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Desi Dimitrova wrote a review Nov 2020
Sofia, Bulgaria274 contributions51 helpful votes
This was our second all inclusive vacation here in Bulgaria (last year we were very disappointed in Byala Beach Resort). We had good recommendations for Duni Resort from previous years and decided to give it a try. We were there for 5 days during the COVID restrictions. Overall we were very pleasantly impressed by the good maintenance and management of the resort. The staff was very well trained. Really very good animation team! Congrats for the chief animator and thanks to Sisi and Leo for the classes :)
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Date of stay: July 2020
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frumu wrote a review Sep 2020
Romania12 contributions24 helpful votes
We were allocated the last villa on the first, so called, street. Quite a bit high up, but we are all a good fit, so it wasn’t a problem for us, quite the opposite. We liked the fact that the room had a net against insects on every window. Quite a few people in the resort as opposed to the previous years, plenty of loungers at the pools or at the beach, you could find empty tables at the restaurant at all hours. The tables were disinfected after each group leaving restaurant; it was mandatory waring plastic gloves when collecting the food in the restaurant. The waterpark was almost empty, just 2-3 kids queuing at one of the slides. Even the route to the beach was washed with detergent periodically. Smiling staff, not all of them English speaking, but making your day brighter. The food was quite better than the last time, and the night entertainment as well. The only downside was the dirty water in the corner of the gulf at the marina , full of plastic and garbage, where the kids were going to see big crabs, jellyfish and all kinds of fish. All in all it was better than expected, and in these times we really felt safe and relaxed and enjoyed to the max our only vacation for this year. Thank you so much for this wonderful vacation after which we returned home more optimistic and... our "batteries recharged". As for the rest… as always …clear water, fine sand, attentive lifeguards, nice staff (bar and entertainment)… and of course the beautifully well maintained gardens.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Helen M wrote a review Sep 2018
Truro, England, United Kingdom69 contributions39 helpful votes
We loved it here! On arrival we were pleasantly surprised at the fact we were taken too our room on a golf caddy car! (a bit of a walk otherwise) Our room was at the bottom of the holiday village complex with the Restaurant a 2 minute walk and the waterpark is just in front, The ampitheatre just a 5 minute walk where they did great shows in the evening at 9:30.Before this, at 8pm at the pool bar there was the mini disco which was good. Sunloungers. No problem getting one whatsoever! You could easily go out after breakfast at 10am and find some even at the waterpark. The top pool was fairly quiet. At the Marina beach it was the busiest but never that noisy and being on the beach there was a lovely breeze but got very hot! This is where the animation team did their thing and it was nice having Duni Radio too listen too There was a large inflatable obstacle course which was 5 leva for 30 minutes (kids only) also didn`t go deep so perfect. Pools did feel a bit chilly at times though unfortunately. but the sea was lush! Food... what a variety! We did find however that the 2nd week the food was not so good. by that we found it was all a bit too fancy! Breakfast there was a bit of everything.. even salad! Lunch and dinner You certainly couldn`t go hungry though as there was always salads/pasta/chips/breads/veggie options/lots of meats/fruitsand lots of cake!! We only left the resort twice as there wasn`t a bus service, just taxis. The first time we took a taxi into Sozopol which was 35 leva return. Was good too get out bt it was the same as all holiday resorts with the same stuff for sale and loads of cafe/restaurants. The best thing was that myself and daughter had a fish pedicure each which cost 10 leva... in the hotel it would of cost 25! Our 2nd outing was a Jeep Safari which we booked with the holiday rep, Great day out! It looks a huge resort but its only a 15 min walk from our room too the beach, so that wasn`t bad, we didn`t do it everday, You do not need a lot of money here and i would recommend you take your local currency with you and change there as and when needed as every reception had a change kiosk then you aren`t left with spare Leva. There are several shops where you can get snacks/icrecream/souveniers/inflatables and all the normal stuff and the prices are average. Also shops selling bags/accessories/clothing etc There is just one negative and thats the amount of bugs at night,, we all came home with lots of bites! Also a lot of wasps Would we go back? If they could move the whole place nearer too one of the main resorts in bulgaria then yes! It was just a bit too remote for me.
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Date of stay: August 2018
Trip type: Traveled with family
$104 - $196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
BulgariaBurgas ProvinceDyuni
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Frequently Asked Questions about Holiday Village
Which popular attractions are close to Holiday Village?
Nearby attractions include Southern Walls of Sozopol (3.7 miles), Sozopol Old Town (3.6 miles), and Kavatsite Beach (3.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Holiday Village?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Holiday Village?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Holiday Village?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Holiday Village?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Holiday Village?
Conveniently located restaurants include The White Dolphin, La Veranda, and Mehana Sozopol.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Holiday Village?
Yes, guests have access to a pool, a fitness center, and a sauna during their stay.
Is Holiday Village located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.04 miles away from the center of Dyuni.
Are any cleaning services offered at Holiday Village?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Holiday Village?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Bulgarian.
Are there any historical sites close to Holiday Village?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Church of The Most Holy Mother (1.7 miles).