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18-25th September 2017
So we (4 females) arrived at Festa Panorama at 2 am, I was a little worried about getting some water to drink as everywhere was closed but the guy on reception gave us a packed lunch with 2 sandwich's, bottle of water....More
Very good location but the Fiesta Panarama hotel need to do improvements, stayed there for 2weeks and all that was done to our room in that time was clean sheets and towels and beds tidied no bath or basin cleaned no bathroom floor swept no...More
We stayed in the Festa Panorama for a week in September towards the end of the holiday season. The hotel is in a good location close too the historical Old town and about a 15 min commute too Sunny beach. There is a small car...More
Location - fantastic, 15 minute walk to the old town of nessebar, 1 hour walk to sunny beach along the coast, however bus is only 75p!
Food - breakfast was by far the best meal of the day, severing full english options, pancakes, waffles, yogurt,...More
Having read the mixed reviews we felt somewhat apprehensive. On arrival or doubts were quickly aliminated. We were met by a very pleasent porter who introduced himself as Valias (I think) what a guy. He had a smile for everyone and couldn't do enough for...More
US$78 - US$316 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Spa Hotel in Nessebar
#2 Luxury Hotel in Nessebar
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In the same position (only been to Greece and spain) and there is things that would keep them entertained but a lot depends on how much you trust them. For example me and my brother who’s 16 went down to the circus on our... More
In the same position (only been to Greece and spain) and there is things that would keep them entertained but a lot depends on how much you trust them. For example me and my brother who’s 16 went down to the circus on our own and went shopping in the local shops so it’s up to you whether you trust your children to go off on their own.