Park Hotel BRIZ is located in Golden sands resort, in the quieter northern part, some 250 metres away from the beach strip and 19 km from the sea capital Varna. The Hotel complex is situated amidst a remarkably beautiful forest-land and offers a unique combination of sea panorama, golden beaches and gorgeous pine trees. The long and warm summer, the cool sea breeze, the humidity of the air, the pure sea water, iodine evaporation, the mineral springs contribute to „Golden sands“ resort to be one of the most recognized international resorts.
Here you can enjoy the comfort, the calmness and the excellent conditions for an unforgettable holiday.
Park hotel Briz standard and comfortable double rooms, family rooms, one and two bedroom suites. All rooms have air-condition with an option for individual adjustment of the temperature. All rooms have a balcony with a view to the infinite space of the sea or park-view. They are equipped with satellite TV, direct dial telephone, bath with shower and toilet.
Our guests can enjoy a variety of European cuisine at the main restaurant. For your convenience the main restaurant has a wonderful summer terrace. The complex also has a lobby-bar, night bar, barbecue near the outdoor pool with integrated section for children.
Park Hotel Briz is situtated only 250 meters from the beach. Due to its unique location, the Hotel offers an amazing mixture between forest and sea views. We gurantee a relaxing holiday.
Our guests can also enjoy the possibility of using the gym, table tennis, healing massage, children's playground between the shady pines, volleyball playground and mini football.
BRIZ HOTEL *** is situated near the Golden Sands Nature Park. It is the smallest Nature park (13.2 sq.km) in Bulgaria. One of the most popular trails starts just 50 meters from the BRIZ HOTEL*** - it is perfect for trekking during the hot summer days, for those who love the outdoors.
The Park was declared as protected area for conservation and protection of valuable habitats, flora, fauna and specific landscapes in 1943.