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Imperial Hotel in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria

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Hotel / Accommodation Information:
LocationSunny Beach
Hotel TypeHotels
Hotel OverviewLocation:The beautiful and modern hotel complex is situated in the southern part of Sunny Beach. It is 1.5 km away from the Old Nessebar, in proximity to the dunes protected by UNESCO, only 150 m from the beach.
Accommodation:The hotel offers 180 double rooms and 40 studios, all with A/C, telephone, TV, mini-bar, hair-dryer.
FacilitiesHotel and room facilities of Imperial Hotel - point the mouse over an image to see the meaning.

Room Facilities:
Hair Dryer Minibar Satellite TV Telephone
Hotel Facilities:
Bar Fitness Center Indoor Swimming Pool Outdoor Swimming Pool Parking Sauna

Additional Information:
Facilities: Outdoor swimming pool, indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, SPA centre, fitness hall, main restaurant, lobby bar, pool bar.
Hotel AddressImperial Hotel is located in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria.

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    Imperial hotrl WARNING !!!!! by Malwin on 27 Jul 2011, 21:28
    DO NOT GO THER !!!!!!
    WARNING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    this hotell is a skit hool !!!this hotel saks!
    i hawe ben ther i juli 2011
    for rent by Roza on 11 Apr 2010, 20:01
    J am renting a small apartment in the new area Crno More, near Nesebar. It is a room with 3 beds and bathroom for the hotel personal. All informations about this contact me on e-mail:
    imperial hotel by lea on 10 Sep 2009, 23:52
    First impression was very good...lovely looking hotel and room very nice. The food on the other hand was terrible, hardly any choice, cold most of the time, all made to accomodate Germans.. I'm not a fussy eater at all and I could hardly find anything to eat. The staff were not very friendly and most of them did not understand what drinks i was ordering etc. Drinks selection was very limited, a few cocktails available not many of which were popular choices and a lack of different spirits which are usually available on all inclusive. Food wasn't available all of the time including the ice cream which is meant to be available all day. Bulgaria itself is not a very friendly place and wouldn't advice taking children into sunny beach centre as many sex shops, strip clubs and dancers on bars. THere was hardly any entertainment on at all, probably two nights out of a week and wasn't very exciting. Bulgaria is however extremely cheap for their own products.
    Imperial Hotel by Gwen on 02 Oct 2008, 12:27
    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.
    price for spa in hotel imperial by popeforyou@yahoo,com on 27 Jul 2008, 02:16
    somebody, have a list of price of spa center from imperial hotel? please email:
    price for spa in hotel imperial by popeforyou@yahoo,com on 27 Jul 2008, 02:16
    somebody, have a list of price of spa center from imperial hotel? please email:
    A very enjoyable experiance by shauna norton on 10 Jun 2008, 00:53
    The imperial hotel was amazing!.
    The staff were very friendly,the waiter's were very friendly and helpfull as my grandfather has a disability and they tryed their best to make sure he was well looked after.
    The spa in the hotel really helped my grandfathers disabilty,quite expensive but well worth it.
    The most enjoyable holiday so far.

    Imperial Hotell by Satu on 09 Jun 2008, 16:03
    Hallo! Me and my family is going to visit this hotell in the end of this sommer. We would like to have som comments about your stay here. It is easy to go into the central of sunnybeach?

    stay at the hotel by ramesh goyal on 22 May 2008, 23:21
    we just had a great week at imperial hotel sunny beach.we have enjoyed our stay.Hotel is lovely,clean and very well maintained.Food very good and lot of choices. Staff at the hotel very helpfull,pleasent and most of them speak very good english especially at the reception
    Easter 2007 6th - 9th of april by Letitia on 10 Apr 2007, 19:39
    Nice hotel, but very cold inside, especially in the entrance hall. Inside the room the air conditioning was not working, they explained us that some electric parts were broken. The minibar was locked, there were no bathrobes in the bathroom, neither feet towels or sleepers (and the floor ceramic tiles were so cold!), not even at the spa center we didn't receive bathrobes (all these in a 4star hotel!) About the food... the most miserable food I've ever eat. They suppose to give us a special easter lunch wich was at 6 pm and the specialty was the BEANS! anyway the "all inclusive" we've got was a big workers' canteen, the food was poor and the tables not enough for all the tourists. In all the hotel only 3 persons were speaking english, including the manager, wigh was very little cooperant. Coffee - something hot and brown with no taste. The real coffee could be bought at 2-5leva, depending on the waiter. The wine ... it can not be named wine. Maybe vinegar. The fitness - about 7-8 devices, old enough to be broken and not to be used!!!! The swimming pool was cold until the last day when it get no warmer. Of course...a electric problem! No room service...actually no good service at all. And on the top of it - no entertainment at all!!! So in the last day we gathered around a few guests and started a party in the piano bar where we had to pay the dj and all we drank.
    This was our "4 star all inclusive hollyday" at Imperial hotel Sunny Beach Bulgaria!
    Hotel Imerial by Mihai-Romania on 10 Apr 2007, 12:04
    Stayed there between 6 and 9 April2007.Nice hotel, but there is absolutely no tree left as in this picture. This photo must've been taken 10 years ago
    Pictures by Harry Lockmer on 03 Aug 2006, 07:31
    I m comming to Sunny beach at 20.08. Do you have more pictures from your hotel??? If you do, please send it to me. Adress
    T: Harry Lockmer
    Hotel Imperial by Alison on 13 Jun 2006, 18:08
    Just returned from a relaxing week at Hotel Imperial (5th -12th June). 5 minutes walk from a very good beach. Area is relatively quiet but easy to get in to main sunny beach area (45 min walk). There is a road train which runs every 15 mins to around midnight and costs 2 levs each (about 40p). Also very close to Nessebar old town (well worth a visit) with bus running every 20 minutes or 35 minute walk.

    Hotel staff were very friendly and hotel rooms were very impressive. The food was adequate.

    Area has limited restaurants and a couple of bars (John Smiths pub. There is much new development but is not noisy and won't affect your stay.

    Tip of the day: If the hotel pool is busy go to Hotel Kotva across the road, much bigger pool and sunbathing area.
    imperial htel by alison on 08 Jun 2006, 13:17
    Hey has anyone atayed in this hotel? Any comments about food/location etc