Aqua Azur Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Sveti Konstantin, Varna, 9006, Bulgaria
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Satisfaction Poor
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37%
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

boat to Turkey

by chauncenetta

Hi, can anyone tell me if I can catch a boat from the coast of Bulgaria to Trabzon, Turkey?

Re: boat to Turkey

by qaminari

Not as far as I know: You can only go from Varna to ports in Ukraine and Georgia and get to Trabzon by boat from Sochi (RU) - not even from Istanbul any more.
http://www.ferrylines.com/en/ferries/arrival/Varna/
http://www.ferrylines.com/en/ferries/departure/Trabzon/

Travel Tips for Varna

The "Obligatory Soviet Monument"

by johngayton

This monument, constructed in the 1970's during the Communist era, celebrates not just the Soviet liberation of Bulgaria from the Nazis in 1944 but also the Imperialist Russian liberation from the Ottoman Turks in 1878.

This, along with similar monuments such as Plovdiv's "Alyosha", poses a problem for modern Bulgaria as it attempts to disassociate itself from its Communist past. At both National and local level decisions were made to remove those monuments dedicated to the cult figures of the Soviet period but leaves unsolved the riddle as to what to do with those which commemorate both Imperialist Russian and Communist Soviet contributions to Bulgarian history.

The consensus seems to be just to leave the things in place and let nature eventually take its course but as you can see from the pics this a solidly-built piece of concrete which natural forces aren't going to deal with in the short-term.

For a thought-provoking visit the monument is situated on top of a hill just off 8mi Primorski Polk, about 4 km east of the city, and you get great views from the top.

DAYTIME PARTIES

by jani79 about DOLPHIN'S

If you're not tired after all night parties, you can easely find a bar where there are people dancing also at 3 pm. This picture is from Zlatni Pyasatsi and as you can see it was quiet a party - people are dancing even on tables! No dress code at all....it's a beach party so most probably you'll be wearing your swim suit, right?

The Healthy Option

by johngayton about Le Baron

UPDATE Jan 2010 - Le Baron is now closed but the site has been taken over by the Pub Alba people and so there's still a great selection of salads available.

Le Baron is a relatively new addition to the Varna dining out scene, having opened just before Chistmas in 2008. From what I gather Le Baron is part of a small chain of Bulgarian restaurants styling themselves as "Salad Saloons" with obviously the main offering being salads!

The Varna restaurant, with its brightly modern minimalism, is obviously targetted at the younger trendy crowd which it does seem to succeed in attracting, but even for this old untrendy I had a very pleasant light evening meal here on a quiet Sunday evening.

The menu consists of a choice of about 40 salads, in main course or side dish portions, with both traditional and exotic offerings plus pizza and pasta dishes. Service was a little hit nor miss though with one of the waitresses being bright and bubbly but totally unattentive whilst the other was attentive but very reserved - however between them they were getting the job done. The menu was written in Bulgarian (tho' I believe there are plans to have an English version) and so it was a case of deciphering the salad's names and keeping my fingers crossed regarding what the ingredients would be. I opted for the Salata Arabiya which turned out to be some sort of fish with cashew nuts, chick peas, mozarrela cheese as well as the usual salady stuff. Why it was called Arabiya, I'm not sure (maybe on account of the chick peas?) but it was tasty, with a good dressing and for the large portion at 6.90 leva reasonably, if not particularly cheaply, priced.

Not the sort of place I would make a point in going back to but it seems to work for its target market.

Roman thermal complex

by zlatiq

The Roman Baths were little bit hard to find but in the end was worth it. I read somewhere that these 2 A.D. old thermal baths are the largest on the Balkans and the 4th largest in Europe.

The complex is part of the Archaeological museum so it has working time 10am-5pm and is closed Mondays (plus Sundays during the winter). If it's closed then take a walk around the complex as we did and you'd be able to see a lot.

Varna - my first travel abroad in 1984

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

This my page hasn't idea to consist of any tips or present wonderful pics.
I've constructed it only to say "Thanks" to this beautiful Bulgarian city at the Black Sea which I was happy to visit in far 1984...

That was my first experience to travel abroad. But it wasn't travel only for pleasure. I was told to take part in the construction of the Varna Puppet theatre. There were 10 Russian students with me and under my heard. It was such way to change students groups from Socialist countries. Just the same group from Bulgaria took part in the construction of our institute hostel in Moscow.

We've been working during July. We've managed the task. I remember those unforgettable days and beaches in the evenings...
Nothing to advise anybody 23 years later. Look for another page for advise!

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 Aqua Azur Hotel

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Address: Sveti Konstantin, Varna, 9006, Bulgaria