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... is tasty and the there are many things to choose from. The room was quite big (we were living in the main building), with a...
... arrived after midnight and were assigned an extremely small room which was suppose to accommodate up to 3 adults. I asked my...
... in the reception/lobby area. Its avalibabilty depends on room location but generally is poor! We had to frequently ask for...
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Anna S wrote a review Aug 2018
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I was guest of Perla sun park hotel in June 2018. First great think is location of the hotel: you can reach the beach within 30 seconds (by small boat driven by Ivan-one of the greatest man in Primorsko!); the city center is in the distance of 5 minutes on foot;area is green and peaceful.

The food is tasty and the there are many things to choose from. The room was quite big (we were living in the main building), with a nice view. I cannot complain about cleaningness.

But the best thing about the hotel is the stuff. They are super nice and helpful. My tip: be nice with bartenders and waitresses, they may be young but are professional, so do appreciate it.

Thank you all for the nice stay!
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Luis M wrote a review Jun 2018
Lakewood14 contributions21 helpful votes
We arrived after midnight and were assigned an extremely small room which was suppose to accommodate up to 3 adults. I asked my wife not to fully unpack because I was going to address the size of this room in the morning with the staff. We also noticed that the fridge was not cleaned out and food was left by previous guests and therefore we questioned the staff as to their cleaning practice. In the morning we addressed our issues with the front desk and escalated them to the manager. The staff speaks English extremely limited. Most of the staff are working youth on a temporary visa from Eastern European countries. We do admire their intent to communicate. They were always polite and attempted to accommodate us, however there was the language barrier. The manager with somewhat better English understood our issues and upgraded us to a two bedroom apartment.

On first glance we were pleasantly surprised at the second room. However, after moving in we noticed that the air conditioning was very ineffective due to its capacity and location in only one room. The balcony faced south with a good view of the river, beach and partial view of the swimming pool. Unfortunately the sun was beating through the balcony windows into both rooms from sunrise to sunset. It was also so bright in the rooms because the combination curtains/drapes were ineffective. The shower in the room was spraying water all over but never where you pointed it and the drain was extremely slow. Furthermore, the toilet seat was broken. The beds were very comfortable but the nightstands with lamps were unplugged and there were no outlets in close proximity to plug them in. The refrigerator in one room was working well but in the other room there was no outlet to plug the other refrigerator. The resident engineer did fix the shower but the drain in the shower had to be addressed several times, just like the toilet seat before a commercially acceptable repair was completed to our satisfaction. We did not address the electrical outlets nor the air conditioning issue due to our observation of the maintenance crew being somewhat incompetent to fix simple items as well as wasting our time and become frustrated with their repairs.

The food was part of the all inclusive package. Specifically, it was Bulgarian cuisine with hardly any diversification. Every day the food was the same and did not agree with our Western taste. The alcohol drinks/cocktails were local spirited and awful tasting. The bar tenders served their local alcohol which was very different tasting than what we westerners are used to.

To our surprise not on a regular basis but there was a server that cooked snacks which consisted of local sausages, pizza and french fries straight out of the kitchen. These snacks were very good!

The location of the hotel was described as 80 meters from the beach which was accurate. However, this was misleading because there was a river between the hotel and the beach. The only way to access to the beach was going to a bridge to get across which took about 15 minutes minimum and a distance of at least 500 meters. There was a gentleman with a raft that was available to get across the river from the hotel to the beach. Although it was "free" tipping was only appropriate and welcomed. He was available from morning to 6 pm and was closed for lunch break between noon and 1 pm.

The hotel had one swimming pool which did not seem to be heated. Although other reviews addressed that the pool was small, there were only a few "swimmers" in it at any time. Most were sunbathing on a chaise or under an umbrella.

The beach was fantastic. Although a gradual descent into the water, the sand was great, seashells at the base of the water and temperature about 60 degrees. The water was crystal clear. The water was mildly saline (salinity of human tears) in the Black Sea and hardly oxygenated which resulted in hardly any marine life. There were hardly any waves. Extremely calm. Beach chaises as well as umbrellas were an extra cost and also not cheap at 12 USD per day for two chaises and an umbrella.

In summary an OK hotel for the price, however the rating of 4 stars is unjustifiable! Any excursions and tours are not included and the travel to Sozopol, Nessebar or to Burgas Airport are over an hour due to tour or transfer buses picking up passengers along the way to the final destinations. The tours are somewhat expensive but interesting. We are tourists that are more interested in the culture, people and history of the country.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Anna P wrote a review Jul 2017
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2 Parents + 13 old teenager / stay at early July 2017.

- PROS:

1/. LOCATION - Very good, close to the beach. We had been afraid the river besides might be an obstacle or make unpleasant surrounding but it wasnt! : ))
2/. Vast profile of hotel guests – from young couples to families (mostly) and oldies.
3/. PRIMORSKO – more quiet than large holiday towns. However it provides enough atractions in the center 5-10 minutes on foot.
We recommend also superb Armenian restaurant in the centre with local „SACZ” [Such] cuisine. Delicious : )
4/. BEACH - Really nice and wide: ) Easy access by a footbridge or a ferry.
5/. POOL - Quite nice. Not very big, but it was not too crowded even though all hotel rooms were fully occupied.
6/. The RIVER gives very pleasant view from restaurant area and pool area. Very nice guy operating river ferry though he speaks mostly Bulgarian :)
7/. FOOD is OK, moderately diversified and fresh. Not european-like but rather regional style (many salads and differnt vegetable mixes), quite tasty but too fat! I was on a really rigid diet, but in general I was always able to find something eadible for me : ) All inclusive drinks (not for me) were pretty generous.
8/. AQUAPARK - Cool Primorsko Aquapark with best slides ever !! (Very loud music but on the left/right side is more quiet)

- CONS:

1/. WIFI - very unrealiable, even in the reception/lobby area. Its avalibabilty depends on room location but generally is poor! We had to frequently ask for change of WIFI passwords because the previous often expired!
2/. Old TVs - even in lobby. No USB/HDMI jack, no possibility to connect modern devices. The only modern TV supporting USB/HDMI jacks was in restaurant area.
3/. DEFECTS - Many small unconveniences such as leaking bath, but in general not a very big issue. The time of the hotel’s glory is behind and it might be refurbished.
4/. ROOMS - Some lower floor rooms from north side have just mediocre view on the next hotel Perla Sun & trees (we had 2nd floor but it was not a material issue) and the lower floor backside-located rooms (west side) have even poorer view. But there is possibility to choose a room ahead of arrival (our friends did so).
5/. BALCONIES - Room’s balconies good for 2 persons but too small for 3. Larger balconies only on 1st floor and last floor. It’s fully compendated with very nice swimming pool area and even better hotel/river area with free and available deck chairs, sofas and tables.

The hotel is planned to be fully refurbished next season (we heard so)
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Janush27 wrote a review Jul 2016
Czech Republic77 contributions11 helpful votes
Staff was not very friendly. They don't even smile or say hello. No internet connection, we asked 4x to fix the wifi but nothing happened. Shared balcony is more than uncomfy, people next door can sit in front of your window or look into your room. The breakfast was very poor, low quality (cheapest salami etc..) and every day the same.The room was stinky when we arrived, it needed a lot of airing. Bathroom was stinky too. Only 1 plug in the room. No flat screen as promised.Definitively not worth the money!
Nice view of the sea. Walking distance to the beach, we enjoyed the ferry service :-) Quiet location but still walking distance to the city centre.
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Date of stay: June 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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JarekUr wrote a review Jun 2016
Gdynia, Poland479 contributions97 helpful votes
Nice hotel but on the breakfast and dinner staff should at least say "hello"
Good food, very close to the beach. Swimming pool near the hotel. Close to the city center. Wifi in the room could be better.
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