I had occasion to stay at this hotel for a convention. We booked in march asking for a room adapted for invalid persons.I am,at the moment in a wheelchair.This was agreed on by telephone. We arrived on Monday evening,the staff were helpful and friendly but the double room we had booked had no facilities. We asked for another room,but this was the one for invalids. The bathroom was so small,to wash I had to go in forwards,to use the loo I had to go in backwards. There was no shower for invalids. The ventilator in the bathroom continued for an hour after the light is turned off. The bedside light didn't have a light bulb. The television didn't work. The mattresses were so old they were sunken in the middle,dead uncomfortable. We had breakfast and supper there. Breakfast was a serve your self,unlimited quantity affair,quite satisfactory. The first supper, organized for 120 odd people,came quickly,everyone received their food hot and at the same time. On the second evening we chose from the menu and we were,quite frankly,surprised at the result. We ate a delicious starter,complete with fresh,home made,brioche bread. Followed by the finest fish and chips. The meal ended with a selection of traditional,homemade English puddings. It was a pity that the staff serving at the table were not up to the standard of the chef. Wine was poured across the table in front of guests. Plates were both served and collected from all sides.
BUT thanks to a brilliant,Bulgarian chef.THE FOOD WAS AWESOME. I can't recommend the hotel,but I definitely recommend the restaurant. less