Brasov hotels, hostels, pensions
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Click here or a full list of properties in Brasov. The following are properties I’ve personally visited.
Leif’s take: This business-oriented hotel combines history (rather dated rooms in its ‘old’ wing, inside a lovely 1939 Art Deco front) and modern (its other wing follows the staid ‘business hotel’ template to a T).
Web info: All rooms have non smoking rooms, daily newspaper, desk, television, bathtub, shower as well as other amenities. This excellent hotel in Brasov also has room service 24hr, bar/pub, laundry service/dry cleaning, safety deposit boxes, hotel/airport transfer, business center.
Leif’s take: Dead center, on the main square.
Web info: Some of the features you’ll enjoy are non smoking rooms, air conditioning, daily newspaper, in room safe, television, bathtub, shower, separate shower and tub. To make each guest’s stay more complete, this Brasov hotel offers room service 24hr, laundry service/dry cleaning, safety deposit boxes, hotel/airport transfer, business center.
Leif’s take: Just off the main square, so slightly quieter, but still as central as you can possibly get.
Web info: Every room in the hotel offers guests ironing board, television, bathtub, shower, microwave. Featuring room service 24hr, business center, pets allowed, this Brasov hotel is sure to make each guest’s trip an enjoyable one. After a day of work or exploring, garden are some of the ways to unwind.
Leif’s take: On the main shopping, strolling street in a pedestrian zone.
Two stars, one star and hostels
The city runneth over with options. For a full search of properties, use the box below. I’ve also listed a few properties that I’ve personally visited.
Web info: Early 17th century Townhouse in the heart of the historical city of Brasov, Piata Sfatului. Located parallel to Str. Republicii. Rated 2-star by the Romanian Tourist Board.
Leif’s take: One of the better budget options in town. The faded, creaky rooms might put off some, but they’re reasonably clean and have private toilets (shared showers are down the hall). There’s no breakfast.
Leif’s take: These guys moved in early 2011 and I haven’t visited the new site yet. According to info supplied they still have a chill-out lounge (with a DVD library), a large self-cater kitchen, and a large patio and yard. The playful staff hand out tickets for one free beer/soda each day to get your evening started. It’s historically been the party-leaning hostel in town.
Leif’s take: Run by the high-energy, friendly Bolea Family, the Stone is a welcoming hostel spot with a more homey feel. Unfortunately, it gets pretty tight in the kitchen and bathrooms. They also rent private apartments off-site.
Leif’s take: bare bones, lots of beds in each dorm and almost no privacy, but very cheap and smack on the main square.