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Hotel Transilvania 3 *

Strad Regele Ferdinand 20, 400110 Cluj-Napoca, Romania Show on the map
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Features
  • WiFi WiFi
  • Car park Car park
  • Air conditioning Air conditioning
  • Accessible Accessible
  • Budget Budget
Excellent location

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Brought to its status by those who visited us thru time, respected for its high standard of hospitality, Hotel Transilvania is a silent witness to the passing of time. And time offered the hotel a spectacle spanning over a few hundred years of its existence. Important and memorable characters, such as Jonathan Harker, the main character from Bram Stocker’s novel “Dracula”, enjoyed the hospitality of our hotel during his one night stay in the hotel. Over the decades, our hotel contributed to the fame of the street on which it is located, Regele Ferdinand being the oldest street of the city Cluj-Napoca, and being known as the “street of hotels”. It is worth mentioning the history of the street on which Hotel Transilvania is located. Between 1940 and 1944, the street was named Wesselényi Miklos. Thereafter, until 1989, the street was named Gheorghe Doja (Dozsa Gyorgy), after the leader of the big uprising from 1514. Over the decades, the hotel in which we welcome you with open arms today, had several names. The first name, also mentioned by historians, was the “Queen of England”. Subsequently, the hotel was called “Transilvania” and “Vladeasa”. Today, the hotel is named “Transilvania” again, and we are proud to continue using this name again. Even though many things changed over time, the high standard of hospitality offered by Hotel Transilvania has remained unchanged. It can be stated, that this is the birthplace of hospitality in the city Cluj-Napoca. Just as two decades ago, we welcomed a traveler who descended from a horse drawn carriage, today we welcome the modern traveler, seeking an outstanding traveling experience. Situated in the “heart of the city”, in a section rich in history and close to several tourist attractions, Hotel Transilvania represents the height of hospitality. We have not neglected the business aspect of tourism, offering a conference room which can be used for a variety of events such as: training, corporate meetings, etc. It can sit 50 persons comfortably, and is equipped with video projector, projection screen, flipchart, simultaneous translation equipment, and high speed internet connection. We offer 6 superior single rooms (3 stars),2 single rooms (2 stars), 14 superior double rooms (3 stars),2 double rooms (2 stars),2 junior apartments (3 stars),2 senior apartments (3 stars), a conference/business room for 50 people, as well as a restaurant with bar. In addition, we offer our guests generous, private, with video surveillance,surrounded by a fence parking space in the back of our hotel, and a summer garden which offers an intimate and pleasant dining experience in a shower of flowers in the heart of the city, providing up to 100 people Romanian traditional menus and old recipes-"Paprika-Hendl" and "Impletata"- same menus that were offered to Jonathan Harker, the main character in the novel "Dracula" which dined in the hotel 150 years ago.

Check-in and check-out
Check-in starts at: 14:00
Check-out ends at: 12:00

Services

  • General General
    • WiFi
    • Internet
    • Car park
    • Air conditioning
    • Heating
    • Reduced mobility access
    • Non-smoker Rooms
    • All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
    • Smoking area
    • Soundproof rooms
    • Pets not allowed
  • Reception services Reception services
    • 24-Hour Front Desk
    • Baggage Storage
    • Safe
    • Press
  • Food and beverage Food and beverage
    • Restaurant
    • Bar
    • Special Diet Meals (upon request)
    • Packed Lunches
    • Room Service
  • Common areas Common areas
    • Terrace
  • Business facilities Business facilities
    • Meeting rooms
  • Housekeeping service Housekeeping service
    • Laundry
    • Shoeshine
  • Shops Shops
    • Shops

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