ABOUT THE HOTEL
The hotel’s All Inclusive Light concept includes:
07:30 – 10:00 Breakfast – served on a buffet, variety of hot drinks, selection of juices and water
12:00 – 14:00 Lunch – served on a buffet, soft drinks and water, selection of draft Bulgarian beer and wine
18:00 – 21:00 Dinner – served on a buffet, soft drinks and water, selection of draft Bulgarian beer and wine
Lobby bar 10:00 – 22:00 to offer a variety of hot drinks and coffee, tea, soft drinks, Bulgarian draft beer and wine
Pool bar 10:00 – 22:00 to offer tea, coffee, selection of soft drinks, ice cream, draft Bulgarian beer and wine
10:00 -11:30 Late morning snack – sweets and cookies, sandwiches and fresh fruits
15:00 – 17:00 Afternoon snack – fresh fruits, sweets, cookies and sandwiches
For your comfort at MPM Hotel Condor, there is:
Wi-fi throughout the hotel
Outdoor pool with integrated kids’ section
Parasols and sunbeds by the pool
Fitness – free of charge
Luggage store room – free of charge
Safety deposit boxes with extra charge
Limited outdoor parking places with extra charge
A variety of Bulgarian and imported alcoholic beverages and cocktails are available at an extra charge.
POINTS OF INTEREST
What to see
- Flower Street
Flower Street, located in the heart of Sunny Beach, spans from the main road to the beach. It is situated in the central part of the town and is a prominent attraction for visitors.
20-22 min walk
- Khan’s tent
Khan’s Tent is a distinctive restaurant located in the northern hills of Sunny Beach, the largest resort in Bulgaria. Its architecture is reminiscent of ancient inns, making it a unique attraction for visitors. The restaurant offers a diverse range of delicious dishes and hosts various musical shows, acrobatic performances, and dances. An orchestra provides a lively atmosphere for guests to enjoy. Moreover, the outside terrace offers a breathtaking panoramic view of Sunny Beach, Nessebar, Saint Vlas, and the eastern slopes of the Balkan Mountains.
- Ancient City of Nessebar
Nessebar, a picturesque old town situated on a rocky peninsula, is a major tourist draw in Bulgaria and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The town exudes an ambiance of a living museum with its winding cobblestone alleys, ancient churches, and quaint houses and shops. A visit to Nessebar is like taking a step back in time and immersing oneself in the rich cultural and architectural heritage of Bulgaria.
- The windmill
The Nessebar windmill is a symbolic and iconic landmark of the town, situated at the entrance of the Old Town on the bridge that connects the old and new parts of Nessebar. This historic mill serves as a welcoming sight for visitors, and its significance to the town cannot be overstated. Its presence at the beginning of the Old Town makes it an essential stop for tourists exploring the area.
- Basilica Saint Sofia
The Old Bishopric, commonly known as the Church of St. Sofia, is believed to be located at the historic center of the settlement. This three-nave basilica, measuring 25.50 meters in length, features a semicircular apse, a three-part nartex, and an atrium, or inner yard. The central nave is separated from the side aisles by orthogonal stone columns and brick arches, with a second arcade above. While the two-sloped roof structure is no longer intact, three arch windows are still visible on the apse’s east side. The apse is also adorned with a preserved synthronon. Inside the church, the walls are plastered and decorated with frescoes.
The ancient amphitheater in Nessebar is a significant architectural marvel that adds to the town’s cultural heritage. Situated near the stunning harbor and Plakamoto beach, the amphitheater is approximately 2 kilometers away from Nessebar’s city center. This ancient structure offers a glimpse into the rich history of the town, and its location near the coast provides a picturesque setting for visitors to appreciate.
- Marina Dinevi Yacht Port