Arrived at the hotel Perelik after a four hour coach journey from the airport.
Were greeted by the porters who took our bags up to our rooms, and then wouldnt get out of our rooms until they got a tip. which was very intimidating for the woman in our party.
At reception we were given a plastic bag with a smelly ham and cheese roll in and a orange. This was our dinner.
The rooms were too basic. In my room I didnt have a wardrobe, so literally nowhere to put clothes so had to live out of suitcase all week.
The balconys were dangerous, the tiles were cracked and the barrier was broken. The whole balcony was slanted and wonky. The bath leaked and i got a total of three warmish showers in the whole week, which is awful considering i was having two showers a day.
The food was terrible! Everyone in our party got ill from it at least once in the week. We didnt get one hot meal. From day three we decided to eat out, but we soon realised it was either eat bad food in the hotel for free or eat bad food and pay a lot of money for it. The only difference was at least it was hot.
We nicknamed the hotel 'hotel derelict' as most of it is abandomed. All the lovely pictures of the facilities no longer exist. The hairdressers, shops, a club and the whole back of the hotel were unused.
The people in bulgaria are so rude! particulary the hotel staff. I didnt see a smile from any of them once all week.
THE SHEFFS SMOKED IN THE KITCHENS. The whole hotel is smokey, even the smokers in our party found it discusting. The 'club' in the hotel was empty but still played loud music, so it was impossible to sleep.
The beds were horrible, i suggest if your still planning on going to take a pillow and sleeping bag.
I dont know how any travel agents or companys in england could send anyone to this hotel! The only nice thing of the hotel was the lift!
I felt unsafe on my own, and i took all my valuables with me everywhere. Even on the slopes!
Inghams should send out a health and safety check on the hotel. Im sure tha if they did they would stop sending people there.
The whole hotel needs a refurbishment. And new staff that know how to smile or be polite. One day i went to the reception to ask for money to be changed up and the woman said 'WAIT' in a very loud voice. I had to wait ten minutes for her to finish chatting with her fellow staff and then make a phone call and then finally turn to me and say 'WHAT?'. It was very intimidating.
The only thing that made the holiday ok was the people i was with.
The holiday was not worth the money. I wouldnt go back even if they said it was free.
Lastly, the hotel smelt or should i say stunk of faeces everywhere it was discusting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- SPA Hotel Perelik Palace 4* is beautifully positioned in a picturesque area, in close proximity to Pamporovo resort and the tourist settlement Stoykite. It is located approximately 260 km south of the capital Sofia and only 80 km from the second largest city in the country, Plovdiv. SPA Hotel Perelik Palace 4* is the perfect place for your ski holiday, unforgettable SPA getaway and exciting summer trip. Among the marvelous nature of Rhodopi Mountain, every guest of the hotel can find peacefulness, seclusion and coziness in all four seasons of the year. Enjoy the comfort in our stylish apartments, studios and hotel rooms and pamper yourself with the various SPA procedures that we offer! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Perelik Hotel Pamporovo