Elenite holiday village is situated in a quiet bay with large beach and green meadows, on the southern slope of the easternmost Balkan Mountain. The resort is located 8.5 km from Sunny Beach and about 40 km from Bourgas Airport. The complex is designed so that its exposition is entirely southern. The calm curved hills of the mountain sloping directly into the sea. The promenade connecting all the establishments borders the fine sandy beach. Elenite holiday village consists of villas and hotels situated among the greenery of the Balkan mountain. The luxury villas of Elenite are spread like a mosaic over the hills.

  • Elenite resort


    Elenite holiday village is located in a quiet bay with large beach and green meadows, on the southern slope of the Balkan Mountain range, 4.5 km from Sveti Vlas resort, 8.5 km from Sunny Beach resort and about 40 km from Bourgas Airport.

    Beach and climate

    The holiday village is designed so that its exposition is entirely southern. The nearby hills keep the air fresh even in the hottest summer days. The calm curved hills of the mountain sloping directly into the sea.
    The resort offers sandy beach, clean and warm sea water, shallow seashore that is safe for swimming.


    Elenite holiday village consists of hotels and villas situated among the greenery of the Balkan mountain range. The holiday village operates on various options for accommodation, but mostly on all inclusive basis. The luxury villas of Elenite are spread mosaic like over the hills.

    The all inclusive accommodation includes

    * A la carte or buffet style breakfast, lunch and dinner
    * Coffee, tea, cake, ice cream
    * Snacks on the beach
    * Wine, beer, Bulgarian alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
    * Table tennis, sauna, beach volleyball, archery, badminton, trampoline, paddleboats, mini-football, chess, boat rides, backgammon
    * Sunbeds and parasols on the beach
    * Entertainment program for children and adults.

    Bars and restaurants

    The complex offers several restaurants, bars and nightclubs.


    Elenite holiday village offers diverse opportunities for outdoor sports such as surfing, water polo, canoeing, yachting, beach volleyball, etc. There are animation programs for children.


    To reach Elenite resort by car from Bourgas, you should follow the Bourgas - Sunny Beach route, then to turn right and follow the beach in the direction of St. Vlas resort.

  • Comments on Elenite  (17)
    • barry toland from ireland
      Sent on 19 February 2010
      speaking with friends who stayed with ye last year i would to ge a price for all inclusive for 4 adluts and i child 1 enfant in your villas for 2 weeks starting w/e 25july 2010 regards barry
    • Emma from England
      Sent on 23 September 2009
      My boyfriend and I have just returned from a week at the Royal Bay Hotel. Arrived on Monday 7th Sept, at night in the pouring down rain so wasn't overly happy, but you can't control the weather! We soon perked up when we were given our room ... we stayed in Room 805 - on the top floor, it had a living area and bathroom and balcony downstairs (yes downstairs!) and a staircase leading to the bedroom & another bathroom upstairs!!! Brilliant sea view from the balcony - couldn't have asked for a better room. We thought the Hotel was lovely. VERY clean, the room was cleaned every day with fresh towels. The pool area was lovely, although they seemed to open the pool bar on quiet days and it was closed on busier days!! Think they just opened it as and when they had the staff, but it wasn't a problem - you could still get drinks from the lobby bar although the main barman at the lobby bar is NOT a happy soul! I dont think I saw him crack a smile all week, but the rest of the staff were very friendly. The Hotel was right on the beach, although the beach near to the Royal Bay was quite rocky so probably better to go a bit further down towards the villas. We thought the food was good - it wasn't exceptional, but there was enough choice for us. Sometimes we had to clear a table to sit down to eat, but not a problem. I tried a bit of everything, as did my boyfriend and we never went hungry. The food wasnt overly hot, but then it was kept warm under heat lamps so doesnt stay piping hot! When the doors were open to outside there were a few flies knocking about but how can the Hotel stop them??! Bit annoying batting them away, but sit further away from the doors and they are less bother! Breakfast was served between 7:30 and 10:30, Lunch between 12:30 and 14:30 and Dinner between 18:00 and 21:30. Breakfast you could choose from cereal, fruit, yoghurt, pancakes (sometimes), breads, jams, butter, hams, cheeses, beans, French toast (eggy bread!), sausage, bacon, fried egg, hard boiled eggs, scrambled egg. Lunch had salads, meats, cheeses, cold pasta / rice dishes, bread, soup, a couple of kinds of meat (sausages, meatballs, chicken, pork, chicken livers, chops), potatoes, vegetables, rice, moussaka, stuffed vine leaves, stews etcand chicken nuggets, chips and spaghetti for the children. Dinner was very similar to lunch. For dessert at lunch and dinner there was cake, fruit or ice cream. Drinks water, coffee, tea, juice and red or white wine you could take drinks in from the bar, but it was very difficult to pin someone down to order a drink once in there. The "snacks" during the day if you missed meal times were few and far between so that wasn't great - there was a little bar on the beach that did hot dogs and a bar in the Villa complex that did paninis, but not much else (except crisps and things in the shops). Supposedly there was somewhere that did burgers and pizzas but we never found it!! It may have been closed as late in the season. There isn't much to do in the daytime at the Hotel at all, except lay by the pool etc... however there is a small arcade at the main reception (near the villas) and one in the Royal Park with pool tables (3 Lev a game) and arcade games. The Aqua Park was pretty good, a couple of slides were closed and the park itself was closed for most of the week because the weather wasnt great we eventually got to visit it on our last day. 5 Lev each for a sun lounger so not too bad. At night time the Royal Bay is VERY quiet, the bar is open until approx midnight, but there is NOTHING at all happening in the Hotel. The animation hall had a kids disco until 21:30 and then a show by the Bulgarian staff of some kind, which was watchable and was something to do! However, when this finished at about 22:30 that was it! The animation hall emptied and there was a nightclub open, but that was quite empty and played some horrible dance music!! So really not much to do in the evenings at all - some music in the Hotel bar or a screen showing music videos / football games etc... would have made all the difference. BUT, never mind, we had a few quiet drinks in the Hotel on some nights and if we wanted something more lively we went into Sunny Beach or to Paco's Bar just outside the complex. There is a taxi rank outside the main security gate and they have fixed prices 20 Lev to Sunny Beach, 40 Lev to Nessebar, 80 Lev to the Airport. The bus runs on the hour every hour also, 3 Lev to Sunny Beach and 4 Lev to Nessebar. There is also a boat trip available from the main pier on the beach to Nessebar this was 20 Lev. One of my main bugbears about this Hotel was nothing to do with the Hotel at all it was all the MOANING English people!!!!!!!!!!!!! My goodness, Ive never heard anything like it . Complaining about anything from the fact that the toaster doesnt brown the toast (although it did make it hard and hot so not sure what the problem was?!), to the fact that there were no omelettes at breakfast (there was enough else to choose from). I really do think theres no pleasing some people! We would return to the Royal Bay, but perhaps when we have a family as it was a little too quiet for us.
    • gillian from scotland
      Sent on 09 August 2006
      hiya i have just arrived back home and i can say my 2 weeks at the royal park hotel wer the best again as i went last year too. food was alright if you wer willing to try everything but i warn you on a saturday night there is bulgarian dancers in the restruant and no one gives you any warning or them and believe me they are slightly scary . sos if you want to miss them go in before 9 oclock. waterpark is a big bounus as it is free entry but you have to pay for drinks and sunbeds but if you are only planning to stay for a short while use the tables and chairs around the bar area. the shopping centre below the hotel is very cheap infact some of the stuff is cheaper than some places in sunny beach . if your kids are wanting their hair done take them into sunny beach for it because the hotel is 20 - 25 leva dearer 8 - 9 dearer in some cases. anyway i enjoyed my holiday at the royal park hotel and i hope you do to. from gillian (16 years old)
    • Vicki from England
      Sent on 04 July 2006
      Just got back from royal park on sat and it was great!! everything ablout it is fantastic and I would recommend this hotel to anyone!!
    • LILI from RUSSIA
      Sent on 01 June 2006
      hi, it's the best hotel i've ever visited. do not believe to those who dislike it, because their aim is just to take back their money from the insurance companies:)
    • Dawn Furlong from ireland
      Sent on 04 May 2006
      Stayed in the royal park hotel last summer.Found everything great food,great entertainment both by the reps and the bulgarian entertainment team.I found the staff at the hotel cleaners bar staff etc. very friendly and as long as you treated them with some level of respect they couldnt do enough for you.We are going back on the 29 may for 2 weeks and cant wait.Hope the chef sean is going back as he was very nice if somewhat mad. Hello Sean if you read this!
    • lisa jackson from england
      Sent on 10 April 2006
      hi, im going to this hotel at the end of june as my son scott is going to be working there as part of the entertainment team. bit worried tho cuz read so many bad reports so far about the place. is there anyone that could tell me more about the place also what the weather maybe like as not sounding good either. so if u out there before i go could u contact me when u get back and tell me how u got on, and say hi to scott ha cheers lisa
    • Sue & Paul Woolley from england
      Sent on 24 February 2006
      We stayed at the Royal Park in July 05 its amazing. The best all inc holiday ever. The price was great the kids enjoyed themselves and we relaxed with sun sea and sand. A sea view from our hotel and on good days you can see the dolphins nearby. Food was excellent. Beaches clean and staff easy to please. Hope to be going next year. Should be a 5*
    • sam from ireland
      Sent on 13 February 2006
      hi we are 2 and 2 going to the royal park hotel (elenite) on 05/06/06 and we cant wait we have read lots about the whole area and are really exicited but iif anyone out there has been to this resort can you reply with any info for my 13 year old hhe feels it may be a bit inbetween for him any reply would be great sam
    • Angie West from UK
      Sent on 22 October 2005
      Arrived 1 October 2005 first week great second week a flop. Hotel beautiful 4* staff not so helpful, food awful, massive outbreak of upset tummies, due to the probable fact that all the crockery and cutlery was chipped! We were given our alcoholic drinks in chipped mugs!! Nearing end of season so everything was being closed down nothing to do at all except bingo! Would rate this Hotel 2*+ - Definitely wont be going back!!
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