Hotel Perelik, Pamporovo

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3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
A good all-rounder where you get what you pay for. For the number of stars it has, it’s as you’d expect it to be. The food was average, again what you’d imagine a 3 star hotel would serve. They did a bit of a mix of local cuisine and European in a kind of buffet style with about 12 different options. All-inc... + more
Daniel, Leicestershire
4 out of 5
If I was going to recommend somewhere I’m not sure I would choose this hotel. However it was clean, tidy and it was ok for our holiday. The swimming pool was good and there is a sauna. My teenage boys seemed happy enough – it was a snowboarding holiday for them really. The food was ok. The staff didn’t speak... + more
Stephen Mitchell, Newquay
3 out of 5
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Overview - hotel description - Hotel Perelik description

The centrally located Hotel Perelik is one of the best-known hotels in the resort of Pamporovo. Built in a traditional alpine style it has proven to be a firm favourite with Balkan Holidays guests. The Pamporovo ski-bus, which runs morning and late afternoon, will take you to the Pamporovo ski depot and main lifts that are just 10 minutes away. Guests of the hotel Perelik have at their disposal a selection of on-site amenities and sport facilities including an indoor swimming pool, bowling alley and are also welcome to use the facilities of the adjacent 5 star hotel Orlovetz which is conveniently linked to Hotel Perelik.


Facilities - Hotel Perelik features

Main restaurant • Italian restaurant • Bowling • Solarium • Sauna • Indoor swimming pool • Fitness • Shops • Bar • Disco • Wi-Fi • Ski storage room • Shuttle bus to the main ski area

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Prices are per person sharing a twin room with shower, WC, telephone, mini-fridge & cable TV. Family rooms have open plan layout, some are split on two levels & are fitted with one double bed & a couch suitable for 2 children. Child age: 11 years.Single room £6.10 • Balcony from £2.20 to £3.60 • Bath & Balcony from £3.90 to £5.30 • Family room £5.00 • Reduction for 3rd adult from £3.80 to £5.50Discounted Period
£25.00 OFF price for arrivals between 04 Jan 2014 - 24 Jan 2014 and between 08 Mar 2014 - 31 Mar 2014, included in the prices below.

Early Booking Discount
BOOK BEFORE 01 Jun 2013 and SAVE up to £102.00 per couple, to be deducted from the prices below.
BOOK BETWEEN 01 Jun 2013 - 31 Aug 2013 and SAVE up to £77.00 per couple, to be deducted from the prices below.

No Supplement Discount
No single room supplement for arrivals between 04 Jan 2014 - 31 Jan 2014 and between 22 Feb 2014 - 31 Mar 2014.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Perelik

We update Hotel Perelik's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Pamporovo - about holidays in Pamporovo - about ski holidays in Pamporovo - about ski holidays in Pamporovo Bulgaria

Europe’s sunniest resort Quaint village Fun and cheap après ski

It’s that time again. You’re looking to book a holiday and you can’t decide between somewhere to get the perfect tan, or whether you want the familiar thrill of zooming down the pistes. In Pamporovo, an average of 270 days of sun per year make it Europe’s sunniest mountain resort, and means you’ll get the best of both worlds.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Beginners Non-skiers Cheap holiday

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Snow History: December average depth 27.33cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Sofia260km, 4 hours
Region:Bulgaria, Rhodopi
First opened:1933

Pamporovo lift pass price last reported as £146 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Perelik.
Night skiing: Yes
Pamporovo has N, NW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 1650m
Top of slopes: 1926m
Bottom of piste: 1600m
Vertical drop: 326m
Total length of trails:37km
Longest piste:7km
Nestled in pine forests in the Rhodopi mountain range, you’ll find Europe’s sunniest ski resort. This beautiful Bulgarian village is compact and well hidden, meaning you won’t have to fight your way through the crowds to get a seat on the efficient lift system. The village is nestled comfortably at the base of the Snejanka peak, which translates to Snow White, an understandable name given the magical pine forests and enchanting log chalets you’ll find here. There are a variety of perfectly groomed pistes,...
If you’re new to the snow, this is the perfect place to discover your love for skiing. The safe hands of Pamporovo PLC school will ensure you and any other beginners not only learn a ton, but have a great time doing so. The school meets in the Malina region, a short few minutes on the bus from the centre where you’ll get to grips with your French fries and pizza slices - you’ll be cruising down the magnificent Snezhanka 6 ‘Touristic’ piste in no time. For intermediate skiers, the slopes offer a wide rang...
At first glance, the dreamy pine forests and cosy-looking chalets may give you the impression of a sleepy resort. It was also once advised to never judge a ski resort’s après ski by its cover (well, something like that), and we’d recommend the same for ‘Pamps’. Aside of course from the great skiing on offer here, there are also bowling and fitness facilities, or if you can manage a longer break from the slopes, day trips to Plovdiv or visits to traditional Rhodopi homes in surrounding villages are well w...

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"What you'd expect from the price and star rating"

Daniel, Leicestershire
4/ out of 5
A good all-rounder where you get what you pay for. For the number of stars it has, it’s as you’d expect it to be. The food was average, again what you’d imagine a 3 star hotel would serve. They did a bit of a mix of local cuisine and European in a kind of buffet style with about 12 different options. All-inclusive was available from 3oclock until 11 (as in drinks, you couldn’t get up in the morning and have a drink, but we were always up on the mountain anyway). Getting around was alright with all the transport they had, the ski centre picking you up and taking you to the mountain and so forth. If you wanted to go back earlier you’d either have to pay a few lev for a taxi or wait an hour as the shuttle isn’t as frequent. My main tip is not to forget a euro plug as nowhere in Pamporovo can you buy one (and if you do you end up with a really cheap one that blows up..!).

"Staff didn’t speak much English"

Stephen Mitchell, Newquay
3/ out of 5
If I was going to recommend somewhere I’m not sure I would choose this hotel. However it was clean, tidy and it was ok for our holiday. The swimming pool was good and there is a sauna. My teenage boys seemed happy enough – it was a snowboarding holiday for them really. The food was ok. The staff didn’t speak much English, whenever I spoke to them at reception they seemed to struggle to grasp what I was saying. In fact it seems to be more of a hotel for Eastern Europeans, there weren’t many English people there. Actually I think they said it was the Serbian holiday period, so the hotel was full of Russians. If I went back to Bulgaria it would be to Borovets next time which I think is more lively, there wasn’t much going on around the hotel, we just stayed in every evening. There is a shopping arcade round the back of the hotel but this seemed to be shut most of the time.
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