The rooms are very nice with fridge , ait conditioner and a balcony with a splendid view to the islands St. Ivan and St . Petar . There are apartments for family with children .
The hotel is located in the old part of Sozopol in a very quiet area . Of course in the summer it could be crowded .Look at hte site of the hotel because they have a lot of informations there ( even about sports at the sea and other locations to stay )
Actually I didn't stay here but I wish very much to! The position is really breathtaking , over the cliffs , the sea is under your feet , the restaurant has huge windows and you can enjoy the view even on bad weather. Price is very good in spring and autumn : 40 eur /double room / day .
"The Old House
In 1953 the Union of the Bulgarian Artists bought a house together with the yard and since then is the owner of the estate.
Throughout the years the place has been operating as a holiday base of the members of the Union. A canteen is constructed next to it. It is characterized with strong attendance, which continues nowadays.
The house is pronounced for a Cultural Monument.
Chairman of the Union of the Bulgarian Artist at the moment: Ivaylo Mirchev
Since 1998 the place is granted on lease to the company, which manages it up to now. Since then significant improvements have been made, until the beginning of May 2007, when ART Hotel opened its doors to meet its first guests."
Perfect place for nice, comfortable, relaxing stay. There is a breakfast if you order - tipical bulgarian.
There's apartmant with capacity 4-5 persons and a double room for 2 persons. Also a garden and a summer kitchen, big flower balcony. In each room - TV, air-condition, fridge, bathroom.
Parking places - in front of the house, on the street.
There are lodgings in the old part and in the new part of the town as well. The Radik Hotel and the Groudov Hotel are among the well-known ones. There are many camping sites around Sozopol where many tourists spend their holidays: Kavatsite (The Willows), Smokinya (The Fig), Vesselie (Feast), Zlatna Ribka (Golden Fish) and Gradina (Garden). They offer bungalows of different categories, sites for caravans, tents and automobiles. The prices are quite moderate, the service and the hygiene are of good quality.
The Tourist Information Centre is at Republikanska Street, tel.: 05514 3336
We stayed for two nights - about 10 people altogether. The six rooms are above a pizza shop. It was clean and comfortable.
Originally we planned to stay somewhere else, but they had no guarded parking, so we were referred to Hotel Lozite. Rooms are clean and new, with a little balcony overlooking the sea. The morning desk staff and the owner spoke some english, the rest only bulgarian. Breakfast was included, and a double room cost 45 Leva (22 Euro). The only drawback was that the road between the hotel and the sea is busy with traffic, and thus rather noisy at night.
Nice view of the beach, right at the spot where there is some sort of archeological dig going on. You just have to walk across the road to get to the beach. Fenced in and guarded parking was just what we were looking for !!
On the Black Sea Beah close to Sozopol you could find the former communist leader Todor Zhivko's residence called "Perla". To stay there is really expensive, but also possible.
It is being renovated but I would never recomend it!There are lots of horses around the hotel and it smells awful.Pool doesnt work.There are big bugs in your room.It is the most expencive???!!!You will never get new towels or new toilet paper.You can't open windows in your room...
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