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Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex
Sunny Beach, Bulgaria
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About Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex puts you among the best of what Sunny Beach and the Burgas coastline have to offer. W
Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex puts you among the best of what Sunny Beach and the Burgas coastline have to offer. While the local sights and sandy beachfronts are undoubtedly the main attractions there, this Burgas hotel takes care of the small comforts. Pleasant guestrooms and onsite features will leave nothing to be desired during your stay.
Facilities offered in Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex :
Morska Zvezda Hotel Amphibia Beach Complex Hotel policies
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 1 reviews
VERY GOOD 3 reviews
AVERAGE 5 reviews
POOR 5 reviews
TERRIBLE 11 reviews
11 Jul 2017
Our first time in Bulgaria and no one at reception could speak english so asking for help or directions was a no go!
The staff are rude to the manager is horrid!
The food is the mornings are mostly left overs from the night before you find you've got pasta, or veg or potatoes.
Rooms are run down as well. I had a bloody nose one day and got on the bedding well the cleaners didn't put clean bedding on just made the bed with blood on it. The hotel stunk to!
Never ever again!! As everyone that was there agreed they would never come back!
11 Aug 2016
First and foremost, if you travel by car, bear in mind that the hotel only has a few parking spaces available in front of the main entrance and if those are occupied you have to park on the public parking. However, the parking isn't free - we had to pay 90 levs (46 euro) for it and I really think that a hotel should provide its guests with free parking. Another thing that you notice at the reception desk is that you can only have free internet access in the lobby, which I think is unacceptable in this era. If you want a whole week access in your room you need to pay 40 levs (21 euro). Instead paying for the wifi, on our first night out, we bought a sim card with 2GB internet for only 15 levs (8 euro) which expires after 10 days. That way, we had internet on the go for a way smaller fee and weren't restricted to the hotel wifi.
Secondly, the room was plainly furnished (which is probably expected of a 3-star hotel) but rather small. The AC unit functioned well. All of the rooms have balconies and a sea view. Housekeeping took out the trash daily and swiped the bathroom floor, but didn't change towels or linens unless requested.
We booked a half-board stay and I must say that the breakfast and dinner buffet were disappointing to say the least. There were few options to choose from and the food wasn't always well prepared. Additionally, food tended to run out very quickly after it was put out and wasn't promptly replaced so people had to wait for a while while the staff sorted everything out. The same goes for forks, knives and glasses and we had to remind the staff that there aren't enough to go around. Also, the dining area wasn't big enough to accommodate all guests which means that people had to group with each other in order to take a seat or had to wait for a table to become available by standing awkwardly in the middle of the room.
The location of the hotel is good if you want to be in an immediate proximity of Cacao and Bedroom Beach, but bear in mind that there is a considerable amount of noise coming from the beach if you're a light sleeper. The hotel is quite far from the centre (approx. 3.2 km). It is a long walk and it's probably best to take the bus there if it's not past 12pm.
All in all, we made the most out of our stay and really liked the nightlife Sunny Beach has to offer, but in the future I'd rather stay at a better hotel preferably in or close to the centre.
Friends getaway Traveller
12 Jul 2015
The worst attitude ever! Stay ....
I spent the weekend there with a couple of friends. The employees in the hotel (especially the "lady" at the reception desk) had very arrogant attitude along with a complete lack of knowledge in terms of her job duties. I do not recommend that place to anybody.
*Also the facility is pretty old and smells bad
25 Jul 2012
NOT A GOOD SERVICE, RUDE STAFF
I stayed at Amfibia Beach for 1 week in july. we had a 1 bed apartment, NO air con - Red hot 24--7! room was ok, pretty basic, wet shower room rather dangerous as water leaked down stairs nearly every morning! not ideal with kids (as we did have) All curtains hanging off rail, couldnt shut/open them without them falling down, 1 channel on tv worked all week the others were fuzzy and un watchable! Breakfast was same every day, we went bed & breakfast as food about is cheap but all same evrywhere you go! All the staff were rude, abrupt and unhelpful - right about the reviews read on the english!! it was either yes or no. no help or other answers!we had 2 pay 20 lev for a map of the area as nobody seemed to know what was around the hotel or area!!
Our day of leaving we asked the receptionist if we could leave our cases in room till pick up time for coach got told "yes" when we went to leave they charged us 50 Lev for the room cos we overstayed our visit - although we asked bloke on reception!!
I would say choose another hotel to stay at rather than this!!
26 Aug 2010
Excellent, central base!
Just back from two glorious weeks in sunny Sunny Beach, flying to and from Bourgas. The Amphibia is a big hotel with a fantastic pool area, that never seemed to be busy! No slides but loads of room to play ball games in the water or laze on inflatables (bought cheaply at the little shop next door!). A great pool bar offered a range of drinks and snacks, at 3 levs (about £1.50) for TWO pints we weren't complaining!
Watch out when booking that you have a room with air conditioning, not many of them do, and sleeping in temperatures not lower than 28'c is not comfortable!
The DEFINITE MUST VISIT is THE GRILL BAR in the hotel grounds. Never doubt the warmest welcome from NASKO and crew, the food was the best we ate (and we tried lots of different places). The most we paid for starters, main meal, and drinks for a family of 4 was 70 lev (about £35)! And no-one outside hassling you to come in!
Not so, of MEMORY restaurant, across the road. Food was ok but comes at all different times, and in the wrong order. The staff were great with locals but weren't bothered that I never actually got my main!
Avoid Sunny Beach Centre unless you enjoy very busy streets lined with neon lights, fairground rides, dance music and hasslers.
NESSEBAR is another definite visit. Beautiful old town and fishing port. Great seafood restaurants but a bit more expensive. SOZOPOL is a smaller version, lovely!
Hiring a car is not too badly priced, great for seeing the less busy beaches, OBZOR and BYALA are worth having a day at. The mountain roads from SLIVEN offered amazing scenery and views but be aware of pot-holes, you won't just lose a wheel it'll be the whole car!
Waterparks; Aquapark Nessebar and Action Aquapark Sunny Beach, both had similar slides but the layout and grounds at Nessebar were much nicer. Set in a castle theme with proper stone steps, no metal stairs to stand and queue on. Both offered 20% discount on second visit.
A definite recommendation as a holiday destination. Would like to fly to Sophia next time and do the other side.