The Elenite Holiday Village hotel is part of the vast resort of the same name, built in the style of an amusement park where the fairytale starts as soon as you are through the doors. It may have fewer attractions, but it is definitely more peaceful, and is a real treasure for families wanting a quiet holiday with their children - the property is safe (monitored by a security team) and golf carts are provided to help you get around. Basically, the utmost is done to satisfy guests' needs. The hotel in question is located at the very end of the complex. Rather than a single building, it occupies several blocks built up the hillside. Before climbing the steps, you will pass the disco, followed by the Irish Bar under the stairs, finally reaching the lobby, which is next to a bowling alley. The entrance hall is large and originally decorated, and nearby you'll find the terrace of the 'Sozopol' restaurant, with amazing sea views. (It takes its name from the town 19 mi south that was previously named Apollonia and is one of the most beautiful locations of the Black Sea coastline). There is a large swimming pool nearby where guests can lounge on recliners under white parasols. It's a pleasant set-up between the mountains and the sea, which is a 1300 ft walk away. The comfortable rooms are housed in small bungalows, adding to the village feel of the place. This is a truly charming resort where you'll want to spend more time outside than in.