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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- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
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 included.
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. 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, you need to be at least 130cm tall for the bigger slides here. There’s no height restriction for the Lazy River or Wave Pool. Food at the restaurant here is at an extra charge, drinks are included. Although the waterpark is onsite, it is open to the public too.
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.
Evening entertainment programme
The hotel's entertainment team offers shows on the oudoor stage.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
so great holidays!!!:-)))
I went there like a guest for 10 days and finally I've spent 5 weeks with the animation team!!!!!in few words....the best experience in animation!!!!the animation team is just amazing!!!!they propose a large choice of sports and games all day long!!!!they always smile whatever happens!!!!I will never forget it!!!!!!for sure, I will go back there next year!!!!!More
AurÃ©lie D, fresnes sur escaut
Fabulous- can't ask for more
Just arrived back from a fab toastie ten days at sol nessebar palace and cannot recommend it enough. We travelled with young family and it had everything we wanted and more. The hotel and grounds were immaculate and very well appointed, the staff were always on hand to help and nothing was too much trouble. All staff from cleaning staff to entertainment staff worked extremely hard and were pleasant throughout. The restaurant had a varied choice of foods and plenty of it. Anyone who couldn't find something they liked here should stay at home! The bars were well stocked and never queued as plenty of staff. The entertainment was a little dated but all good fun. The rooms were spacious and it is well worth paying for the sea/ pool view. The swimming pool was beUtiful, plenty of sunbeds and my sons loved the slides in the kids pool. The little parks etc onsitw were and added bonus to keep kids entertained and the extra evening activities for kids (bumper boats, go karts etc) were a big hit. The private beach was lovely and also had bar to make full use of all inclusive . Bad points? Hard to find any, no baby change in any toilets so had to return to room which was bit silly in family hotel and the lifts were a nightmare very very slow and seemingly no logic to the bias. But the holiday was fab and we will be returning and recommendingMore
KarensBreaks, Ormskirk, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel on the Black Sea
whilst not exactly a 5 star, the experience was good, the staff lovely, the rooms large & clean and the food very good, good base for the northern part of Bulgaria, got its own private beach, part of the Sol group, excellent value for money and just 30 minutes from the airport, highly recommended.More
Pleasant enough stay
We just returned from a week at the Sol Nessebar Palace hotel. Our experience with the hotel are surely pleasant enough, however, it is not really how you would imagine a 5* hotel, more like a solid 4*. The good points: - the rooms are spacious and well maintained (do NOT opt for "garden" or "park" view, as that is the main road and scrubland) - it is kept immaculately clean - the food choice is ok - the pool area is superb, no lack of sun loungers - nice wellness suite (extra charge) - free Wi-Fi and aircon - the barkeeper Vanya, running the entertainment bar, is by far the nicest and most helpful person I've met in Bulgaria The bad points: - prepare to battle with ignorant Russians at the hot plates - the quality of the warm food in the evenings is only mediocre (we ended up eating out a couple of times) - the hotel's location requires you to use taxis and buses to get anywhere (cheap enough) - forget about the entertainment - it's awful - many members of staff appear to be very moody An initial issue with our room was quickly solved by the Quality Manager, a very helpful lady. When booking, make sure you do not go for "garden" or "park" view, as there is no such thing. Those rooms face the noisy main road and scrubland and the balconies are only half the size of all the others. There is one little thing that could improve the experience of sitting on the main/pool patio in the evenings. During the day puddles form from people using the pool (as you would imagine), unfortunately these are not swept up at nighttime, making the floor extremely slippy. In a nutshell, we have enjoyed our stay at this hotel and I would consider returning in the future.More
hretha, Stockbridge, United Kingdom
Spent two weeks at this hotel at the end of July. The staff are fantastic, always very friendly, happy and ready to help. The choice of food was very good, although after two weeks became a little repetitive. The restaurant staff where very professional and helpful. The catering staff worked very hard to provide a good dining experience. The choice of all inclusive drinks and snacks was good and the prices if you wanted to buy international brands was just right. The pool big enough for everyone. Would I go to this hotel again, if going all inclusive then yes was worth the money spent but in reality if we go to Bulgaria again we will be going self catering in a villa or apartment.More
Tony C, Caton, England, United Kingdom
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