Travel operator: wizzair
I havent been to the hotel as a guest, but I have had a few drinks and lunch at there.It was alright.
I would recommend renting one of the apartments further down towards the sea. They are low rise, good size and have nice quiet pools, with no fights for a sun lounger.
Sunny Beach is only a short walk away, or a long walk if you want to go all the way along the front. There are plenty of buses to get around on if you dont want to walk.
St Vlas is just up the road, and is good for restaurants and small local shops.
So if you want to try Yalta I wouldnt be put off by the Hotel part.
Travel operator: thomson
The food in the hotel was basic, only ate there once for evening meal and that was the night we came home! They seemed to have little of the food they had on the menu anyway so by the time you made your choice you had to choose again! What hotel do you know of that runs out of coke cola and pizza??!! NO lunch time snacks on the menu unless you are happy to eat cold chips every day. No toasted sandwiches or pizza (although it was on the menu they never had it in!)
The hotel itself is a good 25 mins walk to the beach and the nightlife. So budget for a taxi home every night or a long walk up hill!
The hotel staff were always around but never seemed very happy or helpful in anyway. The only time we had a smile off one of them was when our taxi turned up to take us back to the airport!
The music around the pool was very loud and always the same ... you're ok if you like dance and trance music. Clearly the barmans taste in music.
We would go back to Sunny Beach as we enjoyed the holiday dispite the negative feelings about the hotel/staff. Next time we will make sure we check the exact location of the hotel....
The only positives about the hotel was the cleanliness, the air con... and the balcony with the great views over Sunny Beach.
Travel operator: Airworld tours
Travel operator: BALKAN
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