Vous êtes à la recherche d'une ambiance romantique et d'un éventail de services tous conçus pour optimiser et agrémenter votre séjour à Yambol? Alors le Complex Ekaterina vous apportera entière satisfaction.
Le Complex Ekaterina vous propose une foule de commodités, dont un téléviseur à écran plat, un réfrigérateur et une climatisation. Il est également possible de rester connecté(e) via un wi-fi gratuit.
Le petit hôtel dispose d'une réception ouverte en tout temps, d'un service en chambre et d'un rangement pour les bagages pour rendre votre séjour encore plus plaisant. L'établissement offre également un restaurant.
Vous aimez les restaurants italiens? Cela tombe bien, car le Complex Ekaterina est situé à deux pas de restaurants comme Pizza Momo et Dublin.
Si vous souhaitez explorer Yambol, faites une visite à Museum of Battle Glory, qui se trouve à proximité du Complex Ekaterina.
Profitez bien de votre séjour à Yambol!
LES + : ce n'est pas du luxe mais clairement déjà il y a un très bon accueil (pas de souci pour l'anglais, et même un peu de français), ensuite c'est très calme et dépaysant. Effectivement ce lieu a vécu, mais les chambres sont propres (literie et sanitaires), même si le papier peint, l'électricité et les meubles ont surement près de 30 ans. Cela reste fonctionnel, propre et confortable. Nous n'avons pas pris de petit déjeuner. LES - : rien à redire, cela a son charme il ne faut pas trop en demander notamment en terme de prix. Je reviendrais certainement pour un ou deux jours.
It's quite and nice place to go with your family for a day outside the urban stress and away from the daily duties. I recommend it for families especially if it happens to be a weekend and of course if you like this type of relax.
The price is too big compared to the quality it offers. If you want to be awake the whole night, just go there! The beds are awful, they are creaking all the time. Everything looks cheap and worn-out. No wi-fi. At least the staff was kind.
Been in hotel several times for six weeks because it's rather cheap. Quality of rooms and bed is very poor. Free Wifi. Service speaks only Bulgarian. Rather load because of road and several parties. Several ladies using rooms only for selling sex. Never again.
This hotel is not (as advertised) anywhere near Yambol. But that is probably its saving grace. I lies at least 3 kilometers outside the city and unless you have a car, it's a taxi job at about 6 Lev each way. Or about £5.00 return. The road in to the city takes you past a truly horrendous gypsy ghetto and I can only advise that you get past it as quickly as is deemed safe. Yambol is OK though, with plenty of shops, restaurants and bars and much historical architecture. But back to the Ekaterina. This complex is laid out almost like a Mexican hacienda. Lots of low level accommodation, a decent restaurant... there was a private function there when I visited, but meals can be served in the annex area where reception is. The hotel claims it's staff speak Bulgarian and English, but this needs to be taken with a large pinch of salt. The daytime receptionist was fine, but the evening replacement, although friendly and welcoming, was restricted to understanding beer and food orders. I tried to book a taxi to take me to Yambol and it needed Google Translator to get even the basics over to her. The following morning I tried to get help for another taxi as I needed an ATM. 3 staff members could not understand what I wanted and it took a while for the taxi driver to understand that I didn't wan't to swipe my card through his meter and pay him that way!!! I think he was a bit angry at me because he dropped me off almost 1000m from my destination!!! All that said, my room was very good, with a queen sized bed and a very small terrace that overlooked the very busy and noisy road, beyond a small vineyard. The shower/bathroom was large and there was plenty of hot water. The only down side to the room was the TV which only had 8 channels, although there were 3 English speaking films on that evening. Also there are no lights beside the bed, which means you have to turn the lights off and find the bed in total darkness... likewise if you need to get up in the night. They could have put a couple of glasses in the room, but as it is, there is nothing, so you're forced to drink water from the bottle... if forced is the correct word? Would I stay here again? Yes, but I'd probably take the upgraded rooms that overlook the river, rather than be close to the noise of the road. The staff are friendly and welcoming and the complex's layout is very peaceful and relaxing. I would recommend this for couples and singles, but for those with young children, there is nothing for them to do. Ekaterina lies completely isolated from everything, with not even a shop within 2 kms.…
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