Marina Palace Hotel

The Marina Palace is a modern, stylish hotel, boasting a glass-roofed atrium and rooftop cocktail bar that overlook old Nessebar, the resort of Sunny Beach, and out to the sea in the distance. Its rooftop area also has a unique split-level swimming pool, a hot tub and a couple of sun decks to stretch out and relax on. This contemporary hotel also features brightly-coloured rooms, most with a sea view, and a restaurant. Its warm atmosphere is complemented with some great services. Book your massage here, and enjoy the sauna, steam room and gym.

Overview of Nessebar

Set on Bulgaria’s coast and known as the ‘Pearl of the Black Sea’, Nessebar is full of surprises. On one hand you’ve glorious, long, Blue Flag beaches, backing onto friendly souvenir shops and delicious fish restaurants. On the other, there’s the old quarter which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The spectacular old town, visible from the coastline, has cobbled streets, wooden merchants’ houses, frescoed churches, ruins and fortifications that trace over 3,000 years of civilisation. And with just a 30 minute drive from the airport, your holiday to Bulgaria starts practically the minute you land.

Things to do in Nessebar

The Marina Palace hotel is ideally located in between new and old Nessebar, and just steps away from some of Bulgaria’s best beaches. There’s soft sands, backing onto a long promenade, with plenty of water sports to try. Experience great shopping and nightclubs in Bulgaria’s largest nearby resort, Sunny Beach. And everyone will love the thrills at the country’s number one waterpark that’s right on your doorstep. Of course, don’t miss discovering ancient worlds (from the Romans to the Ottomans), in the old town. Here, you’ll find endless, age-old churches, an acropolis, Apollo’s temple, Roman ruins, traditional Bulgarian houses, Thracian fortifications, and a couple of great museums. This modern hotel is a useful base from which to explore the charms of old Nessebar, which, combined with its stunning views and great location, has everything for an unforgettable stay.


Resort Summary

As you’d expect of a city of such antiquity and culture, the restaurants of Nessebar offer fantastic meals, and most of them are pretty affordable too.

You might be surprised to learn that Bulgarian food shares similarities with the kind of meals you’d enjoy in Turkey or Greece. You’ll also enjoy more than traditional tastes during your visit, because Nessebar’s connection to the sea makes it something of a hotbed for seafood of all shapes and sizes. What’s more, the increase in tourism to Nessebar over the decades has made it rich in international dining options, so those of you with a soft spot for French, Italian, Indian and Chinese meals will find plenty to offer.

Largely, you’re going to find that Nessebar offers a good selection of restaurants that are divided between two parts of the city, namely the coast and the inland cobbled streets. While the latter option gives easy access to inner city nightlife, where live music and rustic bars are frequently the order of the day, you’re going to also have plenty of options for eating with a sea view. Many of the vistas offered by these clifftop cafes and beachfront restaurants have to be seen to be believed.