Comments On Hotel Teres In Kazanlak    (2)

From Dave Stephan From UK, sent on 31 December 2010
Stayed here with my wife duiring December 2010 and it was very nice. So much better than the usual chain hotels. Staff were friendly and the rooms were large and warm during a very cold snap while we were there. Breakfast was plentiful and rooms and service were excellent. Will definitely stay there again if we are in the area.
From Graham Pilkington From England, sent on 31 December 2010
There were 4 in our party, using 3 rooms on the first floor. They were excellent. The breakfasts were of continental style with plenty to chose from and as much as you would like to eat.
The hotel was positioned perfectly for walking to the town centre which was lovely with many modern shops and a beautiful square with surrounding gardens. The town was due to stage the Rose Festival a couple of days after we were leaving and the flowers were blooming everywhere around the square and gardens.
The hotel was near the entrance of a park with an interesting 4000 year old tomb which you could go in to see.
The Teres Hotel had different menus whether for snacks or a formal meal.
Everything was perfect except one small detail. The staff are not the most friendly people I have met in Bulgaria but they will be helpful without a smile to foreigners, whilst smiles and laughter with the Bulgarian guests. I have travelled many times in Bulgaria and this is commonplace in Bulgarian Hotels that are not in the mainstream holiday centres.
The bar closed a little to early for guests approx 11.30 PM.
I give this hotel 8 out of 10. It could so easily have been a 9. Graham Pilkington.
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