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When we checked in to the hotel we were given our key to the room and our wrist bands for our all inclusive. We proceed to our room but wasn't told about how to sort our safety deposit box, wasn't told on arrival where they...More
Lovely place, lovely hotel. We had a family room which was on the 6th floor. It was huge! Massive living room with a big sofa bed, bathroom with bath and shower and a huge bedroom with queen size bed. The balcony could be accessed from...More
Air-conditioned rooms, lovely and clean with a daily clean/change of towels. Unfortunately no tea or coffee making facilities in room, but available from bar until 11pm - when the all inclusive drinks end, then you can buy drinks up to midnight when the hotel bars...More
We have just returned from a 10 day holiday at Festa. It was amazing. There were 12 of us in total and I can honestly say everyone had a great time.
The rooms were amazing. The food was good every day. The pool was great....More
A nice medium size hotel, a little bit worn out, but still ok.
Perfect location - very close to a sandy beach, as well as walking distance to old Nessebar (beautiful, must visit). A mini supermarket is just outside. Family friendly, many kids of all...More
US$65 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#2 Spa Hotel in Nessebar
#3 Luxury Hotel in Nessebar
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No idea really. Don't know the policies of this hotel. Common sense would say that if there is any upgradable rooms vacant on the time of the arrival and you can cost a little extra, this would be doable, but can't say this... More
No idea really. Don't know the policies of this hotel. Common sense would say that if there is any upgradable rooms vacant on the time of the arrival and you can cost a little extra, this would be doable, but can't say this with certainty. Don't lose anything by asking. Sorry, I can't be any more helpful.
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"Sea view room facing the sea directly- not the side of the hotel (619)"