The Bella Vista Beach Club boasts a beachfront location that's just minutes from the slow-paced village of Sinemorets.
The Bella Vista Beach Club is in a secluded spot surrounded by greenery, just footsteps away from a gold-sand beach. The sleepy village of Sinemorets is only a short stroll away, too.
The pool area, the restaurant and the rooftop sunbathing terrace all make the most of the hotel’s impressive views out over the Black Sea.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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There's a good-sized circular pool that's lined with a terrace and dotted with sunloungers and parasols. You'll find a pool bar nearby, plus a separate pool for the little ones.
Alongside international dishes, this place puts on three themed nights a week, with Italian, Bulgarian and Asian cuisine. There's also a selection especially for kids, offering favourites like spaghetti bolognese and chips.
Daytime and evening entertainment programme
There's a varied programme of entertainment here that includes the likes of quizzes, magic shows and traditional Bulgarian dancing.
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1 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony
These 1-bedroom family rooms sleep up to 4, with a double bed and 2 extra beds in the lounge area. They come complete with air-conditioning, 2 bathrooms and a balcony.
Twin Room with Balcony
These twin rooms have space for 2 adults and 2 children. They come complete with air-conditioning and a balcony.
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We enjoyed our holiday the Bella Vista.
A few bad things but many good things. Bad things, staining on the base of the bed (not mattress, did check) on bed settees, no plugs-seems minor except when your ring goes sailing away down it!! Hotel could do with minor improvements to bring it back to its four star rating. No bottled water, not even on arrival, only all inclusive that hasn't offered it, No porters. The hotel is next to a beach which has a lifeguard at the times stated. An uphill walk is the small village offering a supermarket, pharmacy, alcohol and cigarettes and trinkets. No "strips" just restaurants and bakeries. Three restaurants/bars on the beach which stayed open until 3ish. Felt safe at all times, which was a major concern as i travelled alone with my daughter. Prices were cheap compared to the UK. A relaxing little village. The hotel has three swimming pools for all ages which were cleaned every morning. Plenty of sun loungers and the hotel has its own lounging area away from the hussle. Multi-sports courts, disco room which doubled as a wine tasting and shisha rooom. A good selection of food, enjoyed the crepes :) I am a vegetarian and found plenty of food to eat. The food did vary. A good selection of soft and alcoholic drinks available, cocktails were £3. We found all the staff to be helpful, majority of people understood english or made an effort. We had room 111 overlooking the beach. Our room is intended for four guests so we had plenty of space, especially wardrobe space! Mini fridge in the room. The wifi is fast, constant and free. Safe is payable. Pool towels are payable £5 deposit which is fully refundable. We loved the animation team and was sad to say goodbye to them. Hard working team and always smiling. They gave a lot of people a good laugh. The evening shows were enjoyable and put on by the team except for a Thursday when they had the day off.More
This is the worst hotel we've ever been !!!!!!!! What can I say ... hmmm ... first of all the restaurant , the staff there and also the manager was very rude and always unfriendly , if we ask them something they just pass and do their things without pay us attention for anything . The manager was so rude to the staff , he talk to them in very rude way in front of the guests and that was really confusing for us , because they have to be team and do their job together instead of that he shout at the girls and boys there . Never smiling, no guest-relation and also Jordan bring wine to young and beautiful ladies in the restaurant as a ''compliment'' from a hotel but its not looking like that why they don't bring the wine to for example family like us , or some old people, but only for a single ladies or group of girls(friends) who is on a holiday there .... if u know what I mean !!! The boy who is on the door when some meal starts never spoke english , nobody from the staff never spoke english at all , they spoke only in bulgarian and always arguing for something or stand next to us while we're eating and talking each other some things about us , laughing and looking us strange. The food was awful , cold plates, and there is a bird hahaha Yes a bird , which come in the restaurant and just eat from the plates from which we're eating too. Only the animation team was great and Nani was the best sport animator .... Its not worth to go there . The worst place for holiday!More
You get what you pay for
Hotel itself looks like construction site. You pay almost for everything even though it's "all inclusive " Want massage, Jacuzzi, place on the beach? Pay for it. Want little vault in the room? Pay for it. All the trips you have to pay for even though their quality is questionable. You leave the hotel for the airport at 22.00? Check out is at 12.00 and than wait 10 hours for transfer bus. Or pay for extra hours. On the other hand staff of the hotel is friendly, very good for kids with all the daily activities. Rooms are kept clean and food is good quality. You get what you pay for. More
Value for money all inclusive
We thought we'd give Bulgaria a go, having been to various other all inclusive resorts and thought for the money it was pretty good value. The rooms were clean but a bit smaller than in other resorts like in Egypt. Ours, on the 6th floor had a view over the pool, beach and surrounding woodland. It had a fridge, hair dryer and TV (couple of English speaking channels). Apparently you could get a kettle for the room if you wanted. The kettle was a secret, we found out from other guests that they were available. There were other things you had to find out for yourself too, like the toilet block and showers near the pool hidden by bushes- we didn't find them for 10 days. There was no information given/volunteered about the hotel. There's a book swap/library on the 6th floor but you wouldn't know unless you were on the 6th floor. There's also a small shop under the hotel which you won't see when you arrive in the middle of the night and wander down to the beach past the pool. If you go for a walk up the hill outside the hotel there's a shop at the top of the hill. Also if you turn left there's a supermarket and a chemist about 400m away. If you leave the hotel everything gets a bit 3rd world. The roads and pavements are appalling. The animation team did their best and weren't too pushy. Evening entertainment was poor, but stopped by 10. The food was basic but plentiful with chicken, pork and fish at most meals. Lots of salad, fruit and veg. Various desserts. Restaurant staff a bit miserable, manager not a lot of use, my wife is coeliac so needs gluten free, they have a menu which shows gluten free and lactose free, but its rubbish. E.g. Minestrone soup gluten free despite being full of pasta. Commonsense and eyesight had to be applied to her eating options. The Thomson rep was a waste of time. We had no welcome meeting but did see a couple of meeting take place, where we got a list of the excursions available. Others reported these as being poor so we didn't try any. The weather was hot, food and drink plentiful and rooms clean. Residents mostly British, Dutch and Bulgarian. If you want a lazy break, I think it was quite good value at £300/week. Its a bit of a drag from the airport, all flight times seemed to be very late.More
Poo in the pool
The hotel is a bit run down but ok for what you pay, One major problem there is poo in the pool and they don't care I'm am here right now and the manger has had 24 hours to fix problem and dose not care, I know this must happen but you would they would do something about it or Amy I wrong, I have contact firstchoice with who I booked with but they have not told the guests not to swim in the pool, They don't seem to find this an important matter, Before booking think about the price or poo So if you want to stay here it's ok but do not swim in the pool, We are swimming in the sea know, Firstchoice I hope you take sham in your response to taking care off this mater,More
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