Sighetu Marmatiei hotels, hostels
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Web info: This is a very nice hostel set in a quiet garden in a very rural community. The hostel is close to all the town facilities including shops bars and restaurants. It has a BBQ area in the garden plus chairs for guests to relax in away from the summer sun. Besides the dorm bed rooms there is also a room for relaxation where guests can watch local and cable TV. This is a no smoking in the hostel but guests can smoke on the verandas and in the garden if they are considerate of others feelings. We have a very convenient bus to all the local villages and sites of interest while the political prison museum is within easy walking distance. For the winter season we offer skiing and sleigh trips to near by runs Cavnic in Ukraine and Blyzniuky in Ukraine. Both resorts are medium difficulty with the resort in the Ukraine being much better developed.
Leif’s take: Run by an English/Romanian couple, this home-turned-hostel arranges tours of the area and offers dinners from their garden. They also run day tours and the occasional hike, rent bikes and cars.
Tel. +40 (0) 262 311 035
Str Stefan cel Mare 6
This charming villa has clean but small rooms, as well as a bar and pool table downstairs. Internet costs 1.20 euros per hour.
Tel. +40 (0) 262 312 645
Piata Libertatii 8
Right in the centre of Sighet, long dark hallway open into bright basic rooms that are a bit over-priced in my opinion. The bathrooms are ailing but passable.
Tel: +40 (0) 262 318 882
Str Dragos Voda 14
Charming, immaculate wood-festooned rooms surround this private courtyard oasis. Easily the best value in the region. The onsite Romanian restaurant is exceptional (mains 2.33-7.50 euros). Air-con available. Free wi-fi throughout.
Motel Perla Sigheteana
Tel. +40 (0) 262 310 613
Str Avram Iancu 65
Just out of town on the road to Sapânta.
Tel. +40 (0) 262 311 004
Str Mihali de Apsa 1
Also dead centre, this eight room villa is one of the city’s newer options, housed in a classic building circa 1885. The rooms have been plasticized, but are comfortable.