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Stayed in the Orchid apartments, but highly recommend the main building. From there you can go by elevator for dining, to the spa etc. Hotel looks nice, rooms are good. There is beautiful garden surrounding apartment buildings. We had all inclusive option, but the food...More
we stay at murite for christmas eve 2016 and everything was lovely ,from staff to food and facilitys.room was very warm and nice .love it and we just made reservation for christmas 2017 with another friends .
I was in apartment whit 2 bedrooms and nice view from the 5 floor.The breakfast, lunch and diner food was rich. The pool is little for over 300 peoples and the spa was verry dirty. Maybe in the winter is good.
I ve visited it in January with bad weather condintion. I found and approached it easily. Luxury hotel with clean big rooms, excellent breakfast and generally food, medium internal pool and spa center. However, I think that it could be a little bit cheaper.
This was my fourth stay here in five years. Unfortunately, this property really went downhill before my eyes. It was an amazing hotel, but not anymore. Rooms are dirty and scruffy, the staff could not be more careless. The pool is cold and the spa...More
US$39 - US$154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#3 Luxury Hotel in Razlog
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We stayed all inclusive and the food was awful. You have to buy drinks after 10 pm and they charge you roughly £5 for one of those small bottles of wine. I suppose there is a variety but we ate out mostly.