Hostel Del Mar
Address29, Kraibrejna str., Gallata VarnaSee nearby area
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BBQ or meet new friends in our beautiful garden with roses and wineyard Camping for 5 euro p.p.!
Our cosy hostel has the unbeatable location to relax fully and explore the urban atmosphere and Varna's nightlife in the same time.We are 10-15 mins with the city bus to the center of Varna- the main Cathedral.
Hostel Del Mar was opened at 2008 and last renovated in 2013, we have all brand new furnishing and modern facilities, 4 new and beautifully decorated bathrooms with 24h hot water,fully equipped kitchen and open air kitchen as well.
We offer VARIETY of rooms to suit each situation:
Single, Doubles with King size beds,Twins,Triples and Quadruples Ensuite, Dormitory for 6-7 people.
FREE Unlimited Internet and Wi-Fi access,
Cable TV in each private room,
FREE All You Can Eat Breakfast :
*Continental-jam, ham, cheese, tea, coffee, toast
* Cereals and Muesli with Yogurt& Seasonal Fruits
* English Breakfast
FREE Ironed Bed Linen
FREE Lockers&Luggage Storage after the check-out time
FREE Towels for the private rooms
FREE Maps of Varna
FREE Use of all the facilities (except the washing machine)-kitchen,BBQ, Sun Loungers, hair dryer, Iron....
Situated on picturesque heights of Galata with a great sea view to Varna, St. Konstantin and Helena bay, and the famous Kaliakra cape we offer everything you need for a comfortable, enjoyable stay.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Airport Transfers
- Bicycle Hire
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Breakfast Included
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Towels Included
- Washing machine
- Luggage Storage
- Outdoor Terrace
Interesting places nearby
Steps from Primorski Park lead down to the city’s long, sandy beach, which is hugely popular with local sunbathers, paddlers and...
There's a walkway running around the ruins of this smaller Roman bath complex, built around the 4th century AD, but there's little to...
Varna’s ivy-covered History Museum is dedicated to city history between 1878 and 1939, with mock-ups of long-gone 1920s shops and...
The coast-long trend for novelty ship restaurants has come to Varna, with this wooden-hulled venture stranded at the end of the beach...