Kaliakria Resort Hotel is situated 3 km from Kavarna, 6 km from Balchik and 55 km north of Varna, at 30 - 45 minutes driving distance from Varna International Airport and 15 minutes from Albena. The complex offers amazing sea views.
The area in close proximity offers secluded beaches and quiet bays, as well as golf courses and the annual amateur sailing competitions like Kaliakria Cup and the International Black Sea Regatta.
The complex offers 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites with air-conditioners, luxury bathrooms with bath-tubs, underfloor heating, DVD, telephone, TV, fully fitted kitchen with dining area, balcony.
Bars and restaurants
El Balcon del Mundo is the main panoramic restaurant /250 seats/ in the complex. The restaurant serves Bulgarian and international dishes.
The Bistro Turquoise serves BBQ lunches by the pools.
At guests' disposal are beach and pool bars.
The conference hall for 50 persons is suitable for team building, conferences and other events. Projection screen, cable/ wireless, Microphones, Surround hi-fi system with seven channels, Cable/ wireless internet, Multimedia projector, DVD player, Flip chart, Cable TV, White board are available.
The complex offers a small fitness centre and wellness procedures.
**Hotel rooms may vary in size and style. Guests can be accommodated in a different room from the images shown here as examples only.
I stayed six nights at the Kalakria Resort in Kavarna and I must say it is a truly stunning resort. As a traveller from Bombay, India, never would I have imagined to find myself in a pool overlooking the Black Sea. Or to witness a friend's wedding in those magical Botanical Gardens in Balchik. The rooms were spacious, clean, well-maintained and the cleaning staff, particularly went out of their way to make sure that everything was in order. If there's one minor complaint, it would be that the staff at the reception, never seemed too keen on helping guests find another option. For example, I asked them if there were buses available from the vicinity to Bucharest, which was my next destination. The lady at the counter replied that there were buses to Constanza, another Romanian coastal town but she wasn't aware of any to Bucharest. It would have be great if she had volunteered to call the bus station at Balchik or Kavarna to find this information out. Ultimately, my Bulgarian friends helped out.
Nevertheless, I was so impressed by the people, the resort, the setting, that I will definitely be coming back and have already told a truckload of friends, and will also contribute a travel story on Bulgaria with the resort / VisitBulgaria included. Cheers.