The Grand Hotel Pomorie goes above and beyond with its facilities. It’s got four pools, including a salt mineral number indoors. For dinner, you can pick from two restaurants, and there are two bars for an evening tipple. Billiards, table football and ping pong are all on the activity list, and you can book the sports hall* for tennis, squash or badminton. There’s also a floodlit football stadium* where you can have a kickabout. Medicinal mud treatments* top the spa menu, and there’s a sauna* and a hot tub, too.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Not many hotels can boast their own football stadium*, but that’s where Grand Hotel Pomorie’s a little different. It’s got an artificial floodlit pitch with changing rooms and a grandstand, plus an indoor sports hall* for tennis or basketball.
There’s a minigolf course in the hotel grounds. Head inside, and you’ll find an activity room for little ones, plus a stylish lounge where you can play billiards and table football.
- Football stadium*
- Table football*
- Indoor sports hall*
You can play tennis, badminton and squash here.
FOOD & DRINK
Bulgarian fare features on the menu in the main restaurant, which has a shaded outdoor terrace. The Medieval Restaurant* serves hearty meat and fish dishes, like Black Sea turbot, black Angus steak, and herby racks of lamb.
- Main restaurant
This is the main restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner - they specialise in Bulgarian and Mediterranean food.
- Fresh Bar
Offering cocktails and a good choice of fruit juices.
- 24-hour lobby bar
This place is open 24 hours for snacks, drinks and speciality tea and coffee.
- Medieval Steak & Barbecue restaurant*
Black Angus beef, pork ribs and chicken skewers are the main events here. Salads are made from fresh, locally-grown vegetable, plus there's specially selected seafood that comes from the Black Sea.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
The spa’s* all about natural healing, with treatments using medicinal mud from Lake Pomorie. Apricot oil massages, herbal honey scrubs and Bulgarian yoghurt body wraps are all on the menu, too.
You can relax in the saltwater hot tub, or head to the steam room or the sauna. If you fancy a workout, there’s also a fitness suite with cardio and weight machines.
You'll be able to use the indoor pools, steam bath, sauna, Turkish bath, ice room and hot tub for free. There's an extensive menu* of health and beauty treatments and massages, too.
This gym is well equipped with high quality cardio and resistance machines. A lot of the machines also have a built-in LCD display, so you can keep track of your heart rate and watch TV while you're working out.
- Beauty salon/treatments*
Cocktails and freshly-ground coffees are served in the lobby bar.
You’ve got a choice of three outdoor pools – one’s heated, and another has Balinese beds next to it. Inside, there’s a children’s pool and a salt mineral pool, where the water comes from a deep underground spring.
Step out onto the hotel’s upper terrace, and you’ll find a raised walkway leading to the beach - it only takes a couple of minutes to get there.
- Indoor pool
The indoor pool can be found in the spa area. It's unique because it uses saltwater from the Pomorie Spring that's known for its healing effects. You'll find a large hot tub nearby, too.
- 3 outdoor pools
A choice of three outdoor pools are offered here. They all have terraces lined with sunbeds and parasols, and one of them is heated in the cooler months.
- Indoor kids' pool
This is in the spa area by the main indoor pool.
- Free Wi-Fi zones
- Reading room
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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