There'll be indoor and outdoor pools at the Riu Palace Sunny Beach, plus restaurants to the count of four. In the evening, you'll be able to chop and change between a handful of bars. A couple of tennis courts will cover the sports agenda, and there'll be a salon and spa to cover pampering.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
There'll be a chance to put your serve to the test on a couple of tennis courts. If you'd prefer to spend time stretching, fitness instructors will run classes in the grounds.
Two tennis courts. Please note that there's a hire deposit for racquets and tennis balls.
Assorted watersports available nearby.
- Bike hire*
Bike hire facilities nearby.
- Horse riding*
Horse riding is available nearby at a charge.
FOOD & DRINK
You'll be able to get your chops around international cuisine in the buffet restaurant, which will put on theme nights throughout the week. Three à la cartes will fill in the gaps elsewhere, specialising in fusion, grill and Mediterranean styles.
For something to cool you down during a sunbathing spell, you'll be able to grab ice-creams from the hotel's flavour-filled parlour.
- Pool bar
The poolside bar features a swim-up section.
This restaurant is à la carte, serving a range of fusion-inspired dishes. Please note that speciality wine comes with an additional charge. Formal dress is required, and men should wear full-length trousers.
- Mediterranean restaurant
Serving à la carte mains, plus buffet starters and desserts. You'll need to book a table to have dinner here, and there's a formal dress code.
- International restaurant
You can dine here for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as part of your All Inclusive. With varied buffet spreads, and live cooking stations, there's always a dish to your taste. And there's vegetarian, and light meal options as well. Themed buffets are held three times a week. The main restaurant has a terrace, so you can see the surrounding views, as you dine.
- Lobby bar
- Lounge bar
The lounge bar is complemented by a terrace.
- A la carte dining
You'll find à la carte is served at Krystal, Steakhouse, and the Mediterranean restaurant. A booking is required, when dining at these three restaurants.
- Grill/steakhouse restaurant
This restaurant serves à la carte meals and doubles up as a snack bar. A booking is required in advance for dinner, and there's a formal dress code.
- Capuchino - patisserie and ice-cream parlour
Coffee and pastries are also served at this ice-cream parlour.
- Lounge 24
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The beauty and hair salons will be on hand to get you looking your best. Massages* will be on the menu in the spa, and there'll be a sauna where you can sweat it out.
You'll need to wear sports shoes to use this fully-equipped gym.
- Steam room
- Fitness classes
Held in the RiuFit area, six times a week.
- Beauty salon/treatments*
You'll be able to snag a good spot to clock the sunset at the poolside bar. Head indoors once it's made its bow, and there'll be a three-strong line-up of bars waiting to tag in.
- Evening entertainment programme
Live music and shows, or RIU's evening programme, which is held several times a week.
- Daytime programme for adults
Held six times a week.
The main pool's planted front-and-centre on the sea-view terrace. It's going to look like a giant X marks the spot, and will come with swim-up and beach bars for company.
If you want to crank the temperature up even further, the heated indoor pool will be a good place to start. It's got a hot tub built in, too, so the relaxation credentials are on point.
- Outdoor pool
Large outdoor pool, and there are plenty of sunloungers and parasols, too.
- Indoor pool
This indoor pool also has an integrated hot tub, and is heatable depending on weather conditions.
- Whirlpool bath
This is right next to the indoor pool.
- Free Wi-Fi
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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