Take one massive waterpark. Throw in a stack of knuckle-whiteners. Sprinkle with a couple of relaxing rides. And voilà – you’ve got the Aqua Nevis Clubhotel.
Set over 24,000 square metres, the brilliant Aqua Nevis Clubhotel has waterslides that range from pulse-racers – stand up Kamikaze and Twister – to more sedate affairs, like the Crazy River.
You’re within walking distance of the town centre and beach, but the hotel puts on a free shuttle bus to zip you there even quicker.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
- Unlimited access to a first-rate waterpark
- Around-the-world destinations
- Slides to suit different ages and tastes
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main buffet restaurant. Late breakfast 10.00-11.00. Snacks 12.00-17.00 from the pool bar. Ice-cream 12.30-14.30 and 18.30-21.30. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00. Food from the waterpark at a charge.
Local alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-24.00. Drinks from waterpark are at a charge.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Alongside family-friendly numbers such as the lazy river and wave pool, smaller visitors are looked after here too. Adventure Island is packed with mini slides and water sprays just for the little ones, and the pool is nice and shallow for splashing around. Bigger slides like the Boomerango half-pipe and the speedy multi-lane chutes are on hand for thrillseekers to enjoy as well.
Just so you know, the waterpark is also open to the public, and food and drink at the restaurant come at a charge. And just to make you aware, some of the slides may be too big for younger visitors.
- There is a height restriction of 130cm for the larger slides
First Choice Kids' Club
First Choice Kids’ Club caters for 3 to 11 year olds – so brothers and sisters can join in the fun together. And most of it’s completely free. It runs 5 days a week and – outside of peak season – there are parent and toddler sessions for under 3s, too. For your peace of mind, all First Choice Kids’ Club staff have advance DBS checks and hold NVQ Level 2 childcare qualifications. They’re First Aid trained, and there’ll be at least 2 of them on duty at all times. Plus there’s a strict sign-in and out system.
With a kids' section.
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Family Suite with Waterpark View and Balcony
1 Bedroom Family Room with Waterpark View, Sliding Doors and Balcony
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Overall good - just some tips
We visited this hotel as a family of 7 with the youngest being 5. The hotel in itself was very clean and we found the staff to be very helpful on the whole. Without the waterpark I have to agree with some other reviews that the hotel would be only 3 possibly 4* in terms of facilities. We visited at the end of July and the queues in the waterpark weren't too bad, however at around 12/1pm they did get slightly longer. We found entering the park around 10/11 was perfectly fine in terms of being able to secure sun beds. The fact you could take your all inclusive drinks into the waterpark as well was fab and at lunch time the food in the hotel was lovely. We only ever ate around the pool for lunch but the hotdogs were gorgeous! Luckily we had plastic cups/ jugs with a lid on us which we used at the airport and we often asked the bar to fill those up for us to take back to the waterpark as the flimsy plastic cups they give you are quite small and with children running around can sometimes get knocked over and heat up fast in the sun- So just a tip for those of you that drink a lot when visiting. Whilst in the waterpark ( which is where we placed ourselves for the little one), there's not all that much in the way of animation team entertainment, except some games over on the far side of the park around midday which were fun. However, the actual hotel entertainment were good and we couldn't fault it, especially the bingo in the evening. We won about Â£150 on the bingo one night and decided to put it towards water sports later on in the holiday- there was a guy and new girl singer on most nights and they were both really good! The slides in the waterpark were really good, especially the steep slides! Our little one couldn't go on the steep slides but he got on all of the other ones. A major advantage of the hotel is the free shuttle bus down to the beach. These ran really frequently and we made a day out of the water sports with our bingo money. I would definitely recommended doing this! It was so much fun and not that expensive. Sunny beach in itself is super cheap and taking a day out of our holiday to visit the beaches didn't let us down. The eldest child ( or not so anymore ) on our trip was 19 and he went out into sunny beach of an evening and said the night life was brilliant, so if you're up for a good atmosphere and cheap drinks that's the place! Overall the hotel was good and I'd recommend:)More
A great all round experience
We went here last year and it was impressive. The all inclusive food changed throughout the weekd and was always fresh. The pool was baltic but thats to be expected in bulgaria. The entire poolside and seats were washed down every morning and the hotel itself was spotless. The waterpark is a stones through away and all day access means you can nip in and out at your leisure. The minibus service is free and takes you into the centre of sunny beach. The night time entertainment was great, meaning we never had to leave the hotel at night. Make sure and make full use of the supermarket directly across from the hotel as it has authentic bulgarian items and is much cheaper than sunny beach. We got most of our souvenirs from there. Such a great holiday that we are returning again in June. Well done to all the hard working staff. More
This is a brilliant hotel, and we had a fantastic holiday. We had a family room overlooking the waterpark, it was big, spacious and very nicely decorated with a great view. The rooms were cleaned daily. A kettle was provided, along with tea, milk and sugar. (although no English breakfast tea, we bought some from the supermarket just across the road! They did serve tea in the restaurant, but it was a little weak and not available at night of course. As you can tell we are tea addicts haha!) The staff here are very friendly. There is free access to the waterpark, in my opinion the hotel itself wouldnât be much if this wasnât the case. We spent most of our time in the waterpark as the actual hotel pool was very crowded, sunbeds right next to one another, sardines came to mind. Also the sunbeds to the right of the pool were shaded for quite a lot of the day. There would not have been enough sunbeds to accommodate all hotel guests had the waterpark not been available. The waterpark was fantastic! Plenty of sunbeds, you didnât have to worry about reserving them which is not always the case in other hotels. We particularly enjoyed the sunbeds near the smaller slides as you enter the park to the right, but the park is vast, there is a pool for relaxing and further into the waterpark plenty more slides and pools for younger children which we experienced and our one year old seemed to enjoy! You are allowed to take drinks from the hotel into the waterpark, but not food â I had my one year old son, who wasnât eating much due to the heat, and trying to take a packet of pomm bear crisps in proved a challenge with one of the staff members working there, she reluctantly gave in when I told her that this and yoghurt is all my son is eating. They check your bag and pushchair basket every time you enter, I understand the rules but it felt more like airport security at times the way they ruffled through everything. The waterpark restaurant was nice and made a change from the hotel restaurant food. The food at aqua nevis was okay to begin with but began to get a little repetitive and boring. There were always nice salads available though, and jacket potatoes at lunch time. I wouldnât consider myself a fussy eater but If im being honest some days I did struggle. The themed nights were okay, I quite enjoyed the Mexican night. Could not fault the desserts. The only thing that was a little annoying was that they didnât seem to use the aircon all of the time which meant it got very hot and uncomfortable, and the flies became slightly unbearable eventually. The poolside food of hotdogs pizza and burgers during the day were fine, if a little salty. We switched it up a little and ate out a few times during our stay which was enjoyable and very cheap. There is a nice sports bar and some courts located behind the hotels main pool, just outside of the complex. The evening entertainment was okay, mainly for younger children, but there is bingo. The hotels cocktail range was very limited indeed unless you wanted to pay for them. And one gripe of mine was the fact that the mini bar in the hotel room was not free, in every all inclusive hotel I have stayed in the mini bar has been free but not here, it was ok as it was cheap but still annoying. The supermarket located across from the hotel saved us a few times from hunger, it is so cheap and so convenient, loved the fact that we could nip in there for something even late at night. The strip is located only 10 mins walk away which was idea staying somewhere abit quieter but it being so close at the same time. As for the people complaining about the noise from the entertainment, it only goes on till 11 and you are on holiday!!!! I would 100 percent recommend this hotel and would love to return.More
Brilliant - loved every min of it. Went and came back year later.
Okay before I start, I just want to say yes this is a review from a CHILD aged 12. So you are probably thinking - why a child? I just thought you need a review from a child's actual words and typing. Aqua Nevis Clubhotel was amazing - the staff were nice and friendly all the time! Especially the one that served the ice cream. The hotel was always clean and the meals never got old! There was a day when there was lightning so the pool had to close, but i'm not going to go on about that as they can't control the weather. The waterpark was amazing, only thing I have to say is there was more people from bulgaria that came to the water park then the people that actually stayed at the hotel I found but that is fine! Queue was fairly big but it was summer and you can't expect it to go fast but all in all was worth the queue. I would recommend this place as entertainment is decently good, and when the entertainment is closed, their finishing song is amazing and catchy. Would def stay here again in future. 5/5 The only thing I have to say is if you had kids (like me) then it's really loud if your hotel room is near the entertainment at night. xxMore
Stayed here in September 2016 as a couple! Food was always excellent, Water park lots of fun and pool was a lovely place to relax! staff very helpful and always willing to assist! rooms clean, modern and tidy! Would visits again without a doubt! More
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Just so you know, the waterpark is also open to the public, and food and drink at the restaurant come at a charge. And just to make you aware, some of the slides may be too big for younger visitors. There is a height restriction of 130cm for the larger slides.