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LocationGolden Sands
DescriptionLocation: In the very centre of Golden sands resort, lively atmosphere, at a walking distance from all the resort attractions. Only a pedestrian alley separates it from the wide sandy beach. Distance to the beach: 20 m
Accommodation: 618 beds in 288 hotel units 257 double rooms, 11 standard suites, 20 junior suites, 7 floors. All rooms are equipped with bathroom or shower/WC, individually controlled air conditioning, telephone, satellite-TV, minibar, hairdryer, pile carpeting, balcony. Most of them have front or side sea view. Junior suites are more spacious than the standard rooms with more enhanced furniture, some are with french bed, featuring bathroom or shower/WC, individually controlled air conditioning, telephone, satellite-TV, minibar, hairdryer, pile carpeting, balcony, several with a spectacular panoramic sea view.
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Room Facilities:
Air Conditioner Hair Dryer Minibar Radio Room Service Satellite TV Telephone
Hotel Facilities:
Bar Beach Beauty Shop Conference Hall Fax and E-mail Services Fitness Center Indoor Swimming Pool Laundry Outdoor Swimming Pool Parking Restaurant Sauna Snack Bar Trade Center
Additional Information:
Facilities: lobby with reception desk and stylish designed lounge, 2 restaurants (main restaurant with non-smoking area, a-la-carte restaurant), Viennese cafe, exchange desk, several shops.
AddressGolden Sands resort
Visitor Comments
Travel - by Golden sands Bulgaria hotels on 10 May, 2010
Admiral Hotel
Children Park and also area behind it has a fresh fruit and vegetables market that you must go to relish the fruits if you are health conscious.
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Travel - by Golden sands Bulgaria hotels on 10 May, 2010
Admiral Hotel
Children Park and also area behind it has a fresh fruit and vegetables market that you must go to relish the fruits if you are health conscious.
http://www.beachresorts360.net/golden-sands-beach-resort-bulgaria-holidays.html
hotel quality - by jean on 09 Sep, 2008
gr888888888 hotel, the best one in golden sands even better than melia grand hermitage. the destination of the hotel is wonderful on the beach and in the heart of golden sands. it's not a hotel it's a paradise.
some good tips before you go to Golden Sands - by Maria on 18 Jun, 2008
Admiral actually is one of the best hotels in this area but a little bit expensive compare to others in this area.There are so many good clubs around this area.The best clubs ever.Drinking age is 18 but nobody ask you how old are you.My sister drank when she was 16.
P.S.Golden sands is the most expensive holiday resort in Bulgaria but the best .For young people between 15 to 22 Sunny beach will be better,very priceless
Personal Opinion - by Mariana C. on 17 Jun, 2008
I have just returned today from Bulgaria, Golden Sands where I have spent one of the most interesting vacations of mine.. and this feelings are mostly due to the friendly ambiance created by the sweet and always eager-to-help personnel of this beautiful hotel!!!
I have insisted on a room with a direct sea view.. and was more than pleased with the result!!! The room was more than spacious and welcoming!!!
One other thing you one has to do if he stays in this hotel.. is to visit the Viennese Cafe where one can enjoy one of the best desserts ever.. By the way you will not be dissapointed if you order the local Cheesecake - UNBELIEVEABLE!!!
Hope you enjoy the stay in Admiral Hotel as I have enjoyed mine!!
golden sands resort - by jonny on 13 Jun, 2007
just a few questions for the people who have been here before. what is the night life like in the area around the admiral? are drinks expensive? what is the drinking age in bulgaria? many thanks
Currency - by Shirley on 31 May, 2007
I have just returned from Golden Sands resort! Lovely. I suggest taking either pounds or euros and changing them in the hotel. Be careful of using the exchange kiosks we were told not to and didn't. The hotel is safe and offer similar rates, so be safe and don't get ripped off.
Enjoy Bulgaria we did.
lev - by tracy on 05 May, 2007
we are going for the first 2 weeks of june, can anyone tell us what is the best currancy to take , the , euro , or lev. and if it is better to get money changed over there
ADMIRAL hotel wonderful - by Nicolae Kovacs on 10 Apr, 2007
We have stayed at the Admiral hotel in the beginning of april and it is a woderful place to stay at. Best choice!
50 persons, june 2007 - by Anna on 20 Feb, 2007
Dear colleagues, good afternoon!
We have the group for 50 person. They are going to hold the comference in Bulgaria. They have chousen your hotel for this purpose.
Therefore will you please offer us the accomodation for this group:
dates: 24 or 25 of june for 7 nights
10 SGL and 20 DBL.
formula: ALL INCLUSIVE
the structure:
1. Meeting Hall, there they could show there produces
2. The separate restaurant, there they could make the final party.

Looking forward to hearing from you and hoping for our kind cooperation.
With best regards,
shopping in bulgaria - by tonia quance on 23 Jul, 2006
Of Course there are knockoffs on the open air market stalls!!!!!! Nobody would think otherwise. but the boutique shops in the major towns, the closest being Varna, sell quite genuine goods at very reasonable prices
But to be quite honest if you can't afford the real thing, why not buy a few fakes, it's hardly something to be embarrassed about. I bought a knock off ferrari coat for my 2 year old grandson, for how long he will be able to wear it, it is absolutely fine. But each to his or her own.
golden sands - by kristina on 19 Jul, 2006
I have just got back from Golden Sands. The hotels (Kempinski, Admiral, Golden Beach etc.) are nice. Id just react to the first comment: "clothing is cheap", yeh of course it is, diesel t-shirts, prada sunglasses very cheap but they r all cheap rubbish, simply FAKE goods from Turkey. I would be very embarrased to come back to England with fake designer clothes etc. As I said hotels, beach are nice but anything else is cheap rubbish that is not worth buying. Food isnt amazing either, they cook lots of common English food (sausages, chips)and Bulgarian food is quite tasteless (prefer Sicilian cousine).
recent stay in the admiral hotel - by tonia quance on 11 Jun, 2006
Just got back from staying for two weeks at the admiral.
Staff are really friendly and helpful, food is really geared for the germans who outnumber the brits in the hotel 9 to 1 and after a few days gets very monotunous, but there is plenty of it and it is well cooked.
there are so many resturants and cafes offering very reasonably priced food that it really doesn't pay to go half board. would give 100% to The Gibralter snackbar/resturant which is a few yards from the admiral 3 course meal with drinks for three 20 and the food is lovely.
clothing is so cheap over there that is pays to buy your holiday clothes when you get there(had to buy extra suitcase to get home). Retro pictures are really cheap and fantastic quality, best photographer is first one along perdestrian walkway at back of hotel. Tatoo's, sunglasses, leather anything, all one third the price of England. the price you see in what you pay, so no need to haggle, unless you are buying alot then they will knock something off, 200 b&h 11.00!!
Infact most things are 1/3 the price of the uk.
very safe friendly enviroment for kids
need to have your own towels for swimming pool, but buy them there they are cheap,room service is so cheap its unreal.
Tip the room cleaner when you arrive 10 lev(3.75) and you get great service, there wages and long working hours are dreadful and they really appreciate and tips you give them.
best way to discribe golden sands is it's a bit blackpooly, make a great cheap family holiday, but can be rowdy,in a nice sort of way.
food & service sucks! - by TOM on 28 Apr, 2006
Stayed there now twice and will look for another hotel in the future, the food quality really sucks, service is very inconsistent... Ok, the hotel is very reasonable in terms of price but what does it help if value for money is low.
admiral - by o'tool on 24 Oct, 2005
good and luxurious hotel.
My stay - by Ryan on 15 Sep, 2005
I was staying in the Admiral during the summer hoildays i realy enjoyed my stay its was the best hotel ive ever stayed in.Il recomend this hotel to any of my friends syaying in golden sands.
Golan's Message - by Jan J. on 29 Aug, 2005
I stayed at Astera last week. It was nice though... It was built some years ago. It's newer than the Admiral, even similiar, but not better, I suppose.

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