If you’re looking for a charming small hotel in Sozopol, look no further than Art Complex Anel.
Nearby landmarks such as Southern Walls of Sozopol (2.1 mi) and Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius (2.1 mi) make Art Complex Anel a great place to stay when visiting Sozopol.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a seating area, and a mosquito net, and Art Complex Anel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the small hotel, including a sun terrace. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Sozopol, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Art Complex Anel, including Bamboo beach bar & restaurant (0.9 mi), Verano (1.1 mi), and Dalyan Chaika (0.1 mi).
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Church of The Most Holy Mother (1.1 mi), which is a popular Sozopol attraction – and it is conveniently located within walking distance of the small hotel.
The staff at Art Complex Anel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Possibly the best hotel in Sozopol with amazing views, great quality accommodation and friendly staff. It is a very luxurious setting, however, extremely welcoming and cosy making your stay truly relaxing. It is not cheap but worth the price for a holiday to remember. Location is close to other restaurants with good food and cheaper than the hotel restaurant.
I was really impressed by the art collection exhibited in a natural way in this complex. Great marine views combined with sculptures by leading Bulgarian artists. well maintained garden plants and interesting architecture of the villas make it unique. Large spaces that allow privacy even when fully booked, cleanliness and good service. The swimming pools (one of which is with sea water) are stunning. The restaurant on the other hand does not correspond with the whole impression - average food and staff that could be hardly called professional, despite the captivating views and tasteful ambience.
We visited the restaurant 2 weeks ago. It’s very quiet, the view is nice. The service definitely needs improvement. Our waiter seemed like he did not want to be there , he tried to be polite, but constantly messed up and tried to defend himself that it was his first day. I remember he served some side dishes after we had our desserts. At first we thought he just forgot about them, when he brought them with the check we were stunned… when asked about it he just waved his hand and said that he brings what comes out of the kitchen. Food was predominantly good, although prices are way too high for what you get- just for example seafood risotto was 29 Lv, simple garden salad 17 Lv. One thing that stood out was the cheesecake with strawberry jam- it was amazing! For me personally these prices might be justified BUT only if service is significantly raised. We may be willing to give it a second chance next summer.…
Last weekend I spent the day there and didn't want to leave! There are two pools- saltwater and regular one. The view is spectacular. There is many green space which helps one feel even more relaxed. I loved that there is no sand and the rocks are beautiful! We had pizza and some cocktails. The service is great and fast. Will come back for sure!
The overall vibe is nice, great view and okay food, but the service is terrible. If you're visiting be sure to park your car in front of the lady at the reception, because you're going to be judged based on that. There wasn't a single person who acted like a professional and they have the audacity to judge you based on what you're driving or/and wearing. No thanks.