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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Twin Room with Balcony
These twin rooms have space for 2 adults and 2 children. They come complete with air-conditioning and a balcony.
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.
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Good - but Nessebar trip and TUI were terrible - 2 weeks in June 2016
My partner and I stayed here for two weeks. In sum: remote with beautiful beaches, food was fine, TUI trips - some are great, some are DREADFUL (Nessebar). Location: Middle of nowhere. If you like a bit of adventure strolling across the cliffs in the boiling sun this is for you. If you want to be near a busy town, it is not. The hotel is right next to a nice beach and you have several other beach options a 20/30 minutes walk away in opposite directions. Just make sure you wear and take more sun cream and water than you think you need. Whats included in 'all inclusive': Buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner which are themed each night so there is a slight variety each day. The salad options are the same each day, but somehow not very fresh. Children options are simple like: pizza, chips, pasta, chicken? nuggets - they had dark meat inside so we were slightly confused. Included drinks are help yourself to tea etc at breakfast, then fizzy drinks machine and water cooler outside and local beer or wine which is fine. Deserts are pretty darn good, all pretty creamy so probably not so good on a diet - we particularly like the green cake - you'll know it when you see it, and the baklava style slices. Access to indoor and outdoor pools. (Indoor one was very empty when we went, which I loved). Games and activities, there are small tennis courts and place to play football, we got involved in the water polo and boules. All fairly-well organised and a good chance to meet other guests. Access to rooftop terrace - bit run down, but lovely views. Extras: Cocktails - some were delicious (e.g. pina colada) some were ridiculously strong - my long island ice tea was about 75% alcohol. Nice little treat of an evening but they don't encourage you to take them upstairs. Massages and spa treatments. My partner ended up having 2 massages which he loved, but it does cost extra so it just depends what you are looking for. Must sees: Go to Liste and Lipte beach. They are beautiful and less busy than the main beach. It does require climbing a rock face the far side of the main beach, but well worth it. Rent jet-ski at main beach - not cheap but very fun Visit beach bars - not included, but nice change of food and Butterfly had a little stray kitten which we made friends with. Walk into village - buy water from the village, look around and see whats the cheapest, then you can decant it into smaller water bottles for trips to the beach etc. Try the cocktails - the fruitier the less terrifyingly strong. TUI trips: There are lots of trips which your rep will brief you on in the meeting. We went on 3 which I can give you more details on, but the take home message is DO NOT GO ON THE NESSEBAR TRIP. Velecka boat trip - sorry if this is spelled incorrectly - you will take a jeep ride to the river and a relaxing boat trip down the river, turn around and go towards the mouth of the river, then back to your starting point. There are terrapins galore, lots of small birds and dragonflies, and generally very picturesque. Photosafari - Several jeeps travel in convoy to certain view points where you are meant to be able to sea snakes and frogs and turtles (terrapins) we saw none, but still enjoyed the trip. Travel to the most SE point in the EU, stop at a nice bar, and the beekeeping! You are given tiny mesh hats to protect you from the apiary - despite most of us being in tops and shorts - don't worry no-one got stung. You can hold the hive slats and try to find the queen, then taste the honey made from the oak sap and try some alcoholic beverage made from it. Both very nice and available to buy. Now Nessebar. TUI description (which is a lie): visit ancient town of Nessebar, go wine tasting followed by dinner and drinks, including unlimited wine and amazing entertainment at traditional Bulgarian restaurant. The town of Nessebar is lovely, and though a long car journey away, we enjoyed it there. The problem came from the next part. We were driven to a traditional Bulgarian restaurant without explanation or apology about the supposed wine-tasting, waited in a queue and had are pictures taken as we entered and told that was free. The food was bad - soup, salad smothered in cheese, raw meat and not yet defrosted desert (as in it was hot on the outside but still frozen in the middle). Childrens magic tricks and then traditional dancing. Finally what was described to us as spectacular fire dancing with big flames and acrobatics - it was a man walking in the gaps between coals which a drunk man stepped over afterwards to prove that it was not impressive. Biggest problem was that water was not included, we got one small bottle between 12 thirsty people who had spent all-day walking in the sun, and the wine was not really wine. If you are t-total or have taste buds you are in trouble. Since we were told we had unlimited drinks we managed to get more water but our day rep blamed our main rep who blamed the restaurant who blamed TUI. I later e-mailed TUI asking for a refund for the trip because they were responsible for false-advertising and that my partner and I would never have gone if we had a true description of the day. They were rude in response and refused to take ownership for the mistake. Ok rant over. Without this appaulling treatment I might give it 4 stars.More
Picked the 2nd last week of the 2016 season to go. Turned out to be a very good week. as they had a mini heat-wave. The resort was super and would recommend. Front desk staff where very good, in the respect that they assisted with your questions and answered them well. The entertainment staff were 2nd to none. Outstanding group. Events on stage are worth a look every night..... super stuff. The young chap would looked after the guests was good. He spoke several languages. Just need to be careful when he suggests places to visit. He exaggerates far too much... in order to make a sale. The catering staff were the "worst" group of staff I have ever met. Their manager was as useful as a chocolate fire guard. Several ladies, including my wife requested vegetarian "hot" meals. The simple answer was that, there is chips and pizza, boiled veg and that's all we have. You have to wait until we have it on our schedule. No assistance at all in any way what so ever. As for the rest, very same...ish There are 3 beaches. All super clean. Worth the walk to the 2 far ones on either side of the resort. Keep in mind that 1 is solely for nudest. On the whole, a super holiday but for the for the food.More
My friends & I stayed here & had nothing but fun & relaxation! The beach right on the door step (pictured below) was beautiful, the staff were all friendly & helpful, the food was amazing, everything was clean & presentable & the excursions on offer were great! I am definitely going back!!! More
The hotel was very clean with very friendly staff. The staff in the bar, especially Radu and Valentine were excellent and the girls in the restaurant never seemed to stop work! Well done we thoroughly enjoyed our time there.More
Good hotel, ok all inclusive
There's been a few negative reviews here and it's hard to see why. The all inclusive food was of an acceptable standard, it was hardly fine dining but thee was certainly enough variety on a daily basis to be interesting. The weather was very hot, and the pool scene was very 'vibrant' - to the point that the entertainers were a little over zealous with the encouragement to participate. Staff were acceptably polite but certainly not overly pleased to see you! If you wanted to avoid the pool scene, which can be quite loud with constant music, there's a quiet area around the back overlooking the beach. The room I stayed in was out of the main complex of the hotel and quite a way away from restaurant and pool....which suited me fine. I'd say it was a little on the tired side but was perfectly acceptable.More
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