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Right across from the biggest night club in Sunny Beach, so if you want a good night sleep, go somewhere else. My mattress is about an inch thick and squeaks with every slight movement of your body. The food here is okay, if you just want something to keep you going. My recommendation is, if you stay here pack earplugs and a blow up bed.
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