The Studio flat I got was offered with 40 square meters. It might be true if 15 of them are the public area (staircase etc.). The flat was very small and the cut very poor. There was literally not enough place to turn around.
The sofa hat a great amount of stains on it, should have been upholstered years ago. Was really nasty. The overall cleanness was questionable. The bath tub was clean alright, but the silicon sealing was done very poor, so in the gaps there was some mould.
The men staff on the reception was kinda unexperienced or made such an expression. The did not only took the IDs of both, me and my wife, but they wanted to ask me some question about my 4 months old daughter?!!!!!?! As I spend about 30% of the year staying in hotels all over Europe, that quotation shocked me. No need to tell I did not answer any of the questions.
The baby bed I ordered was in the flat, though there were not enough space in the allegedly 40 sq m flat to put in properly and we had to jump over it all the time, so I just took it out.
The furniture is like second hand, bought from a western European hotel after its best years, but that is just an assumption of mine.
There are some positives and negatives about the hotel. Overall I think that the price level should be 20-30% lower to respond to what is offered. Nearby are better hotels for the same rates. I picked this one, because of those 40 square meters, that I never got.
The breakfast is quite good for a Bulgarian hotel. Rich choice and great variety with plausible quality. You can notice a west-European influence (Germany perhaps). The hotel is situated right in the heart of Varna. City center is 5 minutes away on foot. Wi-Fi is fast an has a hub on each floor, which is typical for Bulgaria. In the bathroom there was a number of good quality accessories, such as a comb, one-way tooth brush, bath salt, shampoo, conditioner etc.
As I mentioned a baby bed in the reservation I got a call in advance to confirm what kinda of bed I needed.