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LocationSt. St. Konstantin and Elena
DescriptionLocation: Grand Hotel Varna Resort & Spa is part of the St. Constantine and Helena Resort – the oldest resort on the Bulgarian seaside. Most Bulgarians are familiar with the old name of the resort – “Drujba.” It is situated 200 meters from the beach

Accommodation: The hotel offers 296 spacious rooms and 35 suites. All rooms are luxuriously furnished and equipped with satellite television, telephone, dial-up Internet access, air-conditioning, and mini-bar. The bathrooms are equipped with bath-tubes and hair-driers. Extra beds can be added to each suite. The balcony of each room offers magnificent view to the clear blue sea or the green beauty of the park.

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Room Facilities:
Air Conditioner Hair Dryer Minibar Room Service Satellite TV Telephone
Hotel Facilities:
Bar Fax and E-mail Services Internet Parking Restaurant Sauna Snack Bar Solarium
Additional Information:
The hotel offers a variety of recreational activities: sport, balneology, different restaurants, sightseeing tours and cultural programs, as well as the thrill of gambling.
AddressSaint Elias, Varna 9006
Visitor Comments
Loved the Grand Hotel Varna - by Alex on 12 Jul, 2011
Upon arriving at the Grand Hotel Varna, I was greeted by what I now consider the best possible staff a hotel can have. I am no stranger to five star hotels, fine dining, and good service. But the staff at Grand Hotel Varna surpasses it all. The staff is responsible for making my trip one that I will never forget. Their professionalism, hospitality, conscientiousness, attention to detail, and overall ability to make the whole operation appear seamless is remarkable. The hotel itself is also beautiful. There is no better place to be than in one of the cabanas by the poolside with a cocktail in hand. A true tropical paradise! The restaurants are also a great way to bask in the sunshine and enjoy the natural beauty of Varna enveloping the hotel grounds. I loved the daily "Animations" throughout the hotel, and watching the other guests enjoy themselves while spending time with their friends and family. The hotel has a great atmosphere overall and makes one feel welcome, relaxed, and of course, pampered.

Bulgarian food is absolutely fantastic. I couldn’t get enough of the vegetables, the yogurts, the cheese, the bread, the pastries, the spices, the meats, and the wine! The long trip from the U.S. to Varna is well worth it to have a Bulgarian feast, and the chef at the Grand Hotel Varna could not make Bulgarian food taste better.

I cannot express how much I enjoyed by trip to Bulgaria. There is no way I will not return to Bulgaria, to discover more of this hidden gem of a country, and to visit my friends at the Grand Hotel Varna.
hollyday comments - by Gheorghiu Manuel on 03 May, 2010
I spent 3 excellent days in Grand Hotel Varna complex. Extremely qualified personnel, excellent accommodation. Overall a 4 star holiday, I will come back here rather than own seaside. Thank you!
zeni za dvama - by ralf eastman on 10 Apr, 2010
bih iskal da znam va6ite zeni i kolko stryvat ostanalite ne6ta deto vie davate v baseena ako se vliza kostva li inekoi drygi ne6ta davateli o4akvam burz otgovor as smiata da sum kum kraia na tozi mesez ili na4aloto na may
Grand Hotel Varna - by Alexandru Vasile-Bugarin on 18 Sep, 2008
I lodged seven nights at GHV, all inclusive, and it was not bad, considering the price. But I have to say that the Hotel is miles away from five stars. An ugly communist
concrete building, an undeniable air of decay, with swollen doors and dirty carpets. In the dinning room sometimes was imposible to find a plate or a spoon. And the fish - to say nothing about clams or squid - was allmost absent, despite the fact that we lied on the shore of the good old rich Black Sea.
People was kind (mostly), but again it is a shame that just a very few can speak a little English.
I do not complain, all in all, generally speaking was quite nice, but some things have to be improved, asap.
Hotel Varna - by Dorin Marc on 23 Aug, 2008
DO NOT go there! This a very dirty hotel rooms with walls mucegaiti, very big mess, all inclusive very weak. If you want good food and drink must be purchased. In conclusion, the hotel looks like one of 2 stars.
Grand Hotel Varna - by Phil on 13 May, 2008
I was in Bulgaria in the summer of 2007 in Grand Hotel Varna and I quite liked it. It is completely renovated hotel, very clean, fantastic food and very very good restaurants. Indeed the choice is quite big as there were several restaurants offering from mediterranean food to traditional cuisine. They have some nice bars there, very trendy ones. Very good spa in the hotel and amazing kindergarten for the children. There is so much to do there, I think it is just perfect for families. The prices are very attractive. We spent as a family half our budget in comparison with other countries e.g. Spain when on holiday. Definitely going there again.
grand hotel varna - by jess griffiths on 21 Nov, 2006
bih jelala da posetia balgarskoto chernomorie no ot komentarite procheteni za sega si pojelavam nikoga da ne posetia kakavto ida e hotel v Bulgaria.Niakoi hora triabva da porasnat predi da zapochnat da se zanimavat s biznes,i da prestanat da se gavriat s proslovutoto balgarsko gostopriemstvo.kasmet
Hotel Grand Varna - by Amelia Morrison on 01 Jul, 2006
Having heard about this hotel from friends who visited it about 5 years ago and raved about it we were looking for a bit more luxuary than we actually got. Breakfast is a free for all and usually cold and nowhere to sit, the inside of the hotel was looking a bit tatty, worn carpets etc. We heard the hotel had changed hands and if that's the case it would appear that the new owners are relying on the hotel's good past reputation, whilst cutting corners. They won't get off with that forever and people will stop going which is a shame because if that's the best hotel on that coast, I'd hate to see the worst! St Konstantin is a great wee resort, the hotel is in a good location and could be miles better with a bit of effort. Shame on the new owners!

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