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Imperial Hotel     

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    Imperial hotel is located 150 m from the beach in the southern part of Sunny Beach resort, 1.5 km from the Old Nesebar, next to the dunes preserved by UNESCO. The hotel is facing the Black sea.


    The hotel features 215 guestrooms - 26 double rooms, 25 junior suits and 9 stylish suites. The guestrooms offer SAT TV, direct telephone line, mini-bar, personal safe, central air conditioning, bathrooms with shower-cabin and bath-tub in the suites, hair-dryer, extra beds in some of the rooms, balcony, baby cots (free of charge).

    Bars and restaurants

    At guests' disposal are 2 restaurants, Irish pub, cocktail bar, snack bar at the yard, lobby bar, pool bar, beach bar. Most of the bars and restaurants work on All inclusive basis.

    Conference facilities

    Fully equipped conference hall with 150 seats, suitable for business meetings, conferences, seminars, presentations, business cocktails, etc.

    SPA centre

    The SPA-centre features indoor swimming pool, infrared booth, Jacuzzi, Finnish sauna, aromatherapy, massages, fitness gym.

    The All Inclusive program includes

    - Outdoor and indoor swimming pools, children`s swimming pool, parasols, sun beds near the swimming pools;
    - Breakfast, lunch and dinner on buffet;
    - Coffee, tea, ice cream, light snacks (11.00AM - 03.00 PM);
    - Bulgarian alcoholic & non-alcoholic drinks (11.00AM - 11.00 PM);
    - Darts, table tennis, football, beach volleyball;
    - Evening animation twice a week.


    **Hotel rooms may vary in size and style. Guests can be accommodated in a different room from the images shown here as examples only.
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    Room typeMealS1 S2 S3 S4 S5 S6 S7 
    SglPark viewAI32 €42 €83 €118 €83 €42 €32 €
    Single room DeLuxe Park viewAI35 €46 €89 €125 €89 €46 €35 €
    Single room DeLuxe Sea viewAI37 €48 €91 €127 €91 €48 €37 €
    DblPark viewAI64 €83 €111 €133 €111 €83 €64 €
    Two-Double Connected roomsAI133 €171 €238 €288 €238 €171 €133 €
    Double DeLux Park viewAI70 €92 €122 €146 €122 €92 €70 €
    Double DeLux Sea viewAI74 €96 €127 €151 €127 €96 €74 €
    StudioPark viewAI79 €101 €135 €164 €135 €101 €79 €
    StudioSea viewAI83 €105 €140 €168 €140 €105 €83 €
    One-bedroom apartment DeLuxeAI125 €158 €213 €256 €213 €158 €125 €
    Two-bedroom Family suiteAI155 €202 €279 €332 €279 €202 €155 €

    Price notes

    * All prices are in EUR, per room/apartment, per night, on all inclusive basis. Swimming pool, parasole and sun bed use at the pool included as well.

    * Cancellations can be made free of charge providing details of this are received at least 7 working days prior to check-in time on the day of arrival and 14 days during 10 July - 20 August 2020 - cancellations made after this period will incur a fee equivalent to the cost of two night's accommodation.
    * Children reductions are applicable for children 2-11.99 years valid at the time of the reservation (check in time).

  • Comments on Imperial Hotel  (9)

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    • Gwen from UK
      Sent on 02 October 2008
      We have just returned from a weeks holiday at the Imperial hotel, and whilst the hotel is beautifully decorated (Egyptian theme), and the rooms and bathrooms are large and very clean, we were not at all impressed by the food and total lack of entertainment. The bar is very small.. only one person serving, very few seats, and long queues at the bar all the time and the drinks are served in soft plastic glasses. Not something you would expect from a 4 star hotel. There was absolutly NO entertainment (when we asked at reception we were informed that it has stopped for the year now) despite the hotel being packed to the brim. The meal times are really early (breakfast till 9am, Lunch 11.30-1pm, Dinner 6.30-8pm), which doesn't give you time to go out as you are always rushing back for meals. We gave up in the end as the food was mainly catered for Europeans and not English, tea and coffee, when available was tasteless and cold. The heating in the rooms did not work and we were very unfortuante to have had 3 very cold, wet days whilst we were there, and that didn't help. We ended up eating and drinking out most of the time(highly recommeded John Smith's pub next door.. live music and karoke nightly till the early hours of the morning,happy hour from 6pm-3am or later, inexpensive food,extremly friendly staff and great atmosphere). We were there every night till 2-3am and the pub was still buzzing when we left. The restaurant across the road is very good (BULGARI) but the staff are very unfriendly, which was a bit of a put off, considering the food tastes great there. Lots of supermarkets, food stalls (pancakes, kebabs etc) across the road from hotel and shops selling souvenirs and beach stuff. A "tourist train" from outside the hotel, takes you to the center of Sunny beach and Old Nessebar every half hour and there are also Horse and Carts, and buses that run every 12 mins and all are very cheap to use. The buses do get very packed, but worth it for less than 50p travel. The pools in the hotel were not heated so no-one was using them. The spa center (beautifully themed in Egyptian style) is very expensive for treatments but the pool (not heated) is FREE. The rooms are very clean and big, so are the bathrooms with very large shower cubicles. Mini-bar is not part of All Inclusive. In the lobby there are a few seats but no where near enough for the number of guests the hotel holds, so in the evening there is no-where to sit and benefit from the All Inclusive Bar. There is a Piano bar attached to the hotel, but it is also, NOT part of the All inclusive and very expensive.. you have to pay for the music as well there, which the hotel don't tell you when you check in. We had a great time there, as we chose not to let the food at the hotel put us off and ate out most of the time. The hotel is very beautiful, and worth the visit as it is central for everywhere. There are endless eateries in Sunny beach, so you will never go hungry and eating out is very cheap. Just be prepared for that when you budget for your holiday and you will have a great time. Sunny Beach and Nessebar are buzzing places to visit and you will find that you end up going there most days as there is so much to see. There are also endless shops/stalls selling silver and gold jewellery, fake designer bags/clothes/shoes, souviners, sunglasses, belts, perfumes etc very cheaply. Just go out there with an open mind and you will have a great time. The staff at the hotel do speak English (apart from the maids) so that wasn't a problem, and if you have any problems the staff at reception are quick to put it right or speak to your holiday rep. This is the first year of All Inclusive and they have a lot to learn. No tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms either. All in All, a great holiday at the Imperial.
    • paul challinor from england
      Sent on 30 September 2008
      upon arrival the hotel looked very impressive. but all is not what it seems.if you want to use the fridge in your room you have to pay,if you want to use the piano bar you have to pay to listen too the entertainment,incase you put a request in for a tune to be played, which i did and the local mob came in and took over the place and they would not play my tune.(no reinbursement), there was no entertainment at all, you had to pay for tea and coffee. as i do not drink alcohol very much i think this was disgraceful.drinking out of flimsy plastic cups was unacceptable. tables outside near a dangerous hut with panes of glass rattling about in the doors because the beading was missing and they could not be bothered to repair it as requested,and they expected us to drink in there,diabolicle.the volley ball court had broken glass in the sand and doesnt look like it as been cleaned up in some europeans commented on english and germans complaining all the time, but if they are used to that sort of holiday in a 4 star hotel, well they are easily pleased,but myself and the german people i spoken to are not,and it was more like a 2 or 3 star to what myself and my family are used to.overall i think the imperial hotel is the worst hotel i have ever stayed in my 25 years of travelling fact i saw 3 star hotels in the area of sunny beach what provided entertainment and facilities for children. thankyou for spoiling what should of been an exciting first time holiday for me and my family to bulgaria.
    • stoker from england
      Sent on 21 September 2008
      i and my family stopped at this hotel in sept 08. the hotel& room was very nice. the food was crap. the bar staff where rude but 1 who served in the hotel he was brill. the hotel where more intresed in the germans than the british bedding never got changed all the time we where there. it says it is a 4 star i have stopped in better 2 star than this. the waiter,s in the resturant just stood about talking in stead of clearing tables. entertamint rubbish. snaks crap.hotel say in sunny beach more like near nessabar. would never go back. not recommended. the stoker and cooper family
    • Bill & Elaine Morris from Scotland
      Sent on 16 September 2008
      We stayed in this lovely hotel in June this year. When we arrived we were upgraded to a suite and it was great. The food at breakfast was smashing a good range of choices too. We also ate in the restaraunt at night and the service and food were wonderful. We will definately be back.
    • Brian & Annette Quelch from England
      Sent on 13 June 2008
      We have just returned (our stay from 31.05.08 - 07.06.08) from our holiday. The first time to Bulgaria. We really enjoyed our trip. The people were very friendly both in resort and hotel. The hotel was very comfortable, leisure facilities and food all excellent. Our only disappointment was that there was no entertainment in the evenings. Although we do enjoy going out and about both day and night, which we did, there was evenings when we just wanted to stay at the hotel and relax. As the hotel got busier it was harder to get anywhere to sit and the bar was much too small for the volume of people. The piano bar next door was good and George the piano player was great. I think this last comment might stop people returning to this hotel. Never the less we did have a good holiday and overall the hotel was very good.
    • Bela Bartha from Hungary
      Sent on 24 July 2006
      Please send me the prise list. I can not find on your web page.
    • Mr.&Mrs D.Byrne from England
      Sent on 13 October 2004
      We"ve just got home six days ago, from a lovely holiday in the Riviera hotel Golden sands,and my mum husband and i,were really impressed with the staff and the cleanliness of the hotel.and of course their hospitality. we had lovely massages,and some nice jaccuzies to really tone us up. the rooms were comfortable and spacious.the food was first class.We would like to come again in 2006.From Mr&Mrs D.Byrne and Mrs J.Matthews,we had rooms 109 & 110. I would like to thank the staff,for giving my husband a lovely Birthday card and a bottle of champagne on 26th Sept.
    • Dave Simkin from England
      Sent on 30 July 2004
      The hotel was very nice, we stayed in an air conditioned refurbished room. However the first night the air conditioning was not working and it was very hot and noisy as we had to leave the window open. The staff were very helpful and freindly and the laundry service good Kind Regards Dave
    • Craig Carroll from UK
      Sent on 18 July 2004
      As my first hotel experience in Plovdiv I was very unimpressed with the standard of service in the Imperial Hotel. One waiter at the hotel overcharged us on many occassions. The location was undesirable. The public toilet in the hotel consisted of a hole in the floor, with no flush facility. There were private security guards (Mafia) with large guns acting inappropriately, in an intimidating manner. We also had a British friend residing in the hotel on this occasion- his room was infested with cockroaches (he tried to explain this fact to the hotel staff but unfortunately they did not understand the fact and seemed unwilling to help). Craig Carroll
  • Facilities
    Hotel facilities
    • air-conditioning
    • room service
    • money exchange
    • internet access
    • conference rooms
    • rentacar
    • shops and boutiques
    • hair and beauty salon
    • restaurant
    • pool bar
    • children pool
    • fitness centre
    • outdoor swimming pool
    • sauna
    • massage
    • jacuzzi
    Room Facilities
    • air-conditioning
    • direct dial telephone
    • cable/ satellite TV
    • safe deposit box
    • minibar
    • hairdryer
    • balcony
    The region is suitable for
    • relax
    • tourism
    • walks
    • fishing
    • swimming
    • sun baths
    • water sports
    • business
    Attractions in the region
    • beautiful nature
    • nightlife
    • away from industrial centers
    • sea
    • sandy beach
    • trade centres
  • Reviews

    The guest reviews are submitted by our customers after their stay at Imperial Hotel, Sunny Beach

    General Rating 4.2 /5

    Average from 2 Reviews

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    • From Olga Muter from Latvia
      Sent on 16 06 2011
      Thank you!

    • From Benedek Juhasz from Hungary
      Sent on 26 09 2010
      We were very good feel in hotel.
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