The hotel is in Pomorie new town and close to the beach. We were on B&B. The rooms were a really good size and kept clean. In room coffee is charged for along with the usual minibar items. You get a bottle of water each when you arrive so worth stocking up at the supermarket down the road. The food at breakfast was satisfactory (try the local yoghurt) and kept well stocked although there was always a queue for tea and coffee and one staff member washing dishes and serving everyone seemed a bit too much. The staff were all friendly and helpful which for me is what matters. Izbata restaurant was pleasant - try and fit in a wine tasting session, we did (via receptoon) and it was well worth it. The medical spa attached to the hotel was bit more of a challenge - mainly because staff there didn't speak English and I don't speak Bulgarian but they seemed quite grumpy and a bit unhelpful. The lifeguard at the pool speaks great English and he very helpfully sorted out a few things for us. The location is close to the beach, the hotel does not own its own section of the beach but there are plenty or beds to hire and it wasn't crowded. You can get lunches and dinners around and about locally - 'viva beach' (located in main road not the beach) was good as was a few beach front eateries which were about a 10-15 min walk down the beach. Excursions can be booked at an tourist centre near the bank (about 10- 15 mins walk down the main road on the right).