3 star accommodation, 5 suites, 2 double rooms and 1 apartment for 4 people, cheaper than the average.
The restaurant of the hotel is the main attraction, staying there over night you have a great breakfast, go to Sinaia and then a great dinner (with Palinca de Pere of course) and good sleep, as the location is very quiet, being aside city center and main street, where especially in the weekend people may stay on street all night.
There are lots of options for overnight stay in Sinaia. You just have to decide if you want to spend the night in a hotel, a pension or a chalet up in the mountains.
I have pasted here a general web site for Sinaia hotels (including pricing information) that is in English and that may help you decide where you want to spend the night while in Sinaia:
I have not stayed here, but I was looking for some pages in English that can give you an idea of what you can expect to find if you decide to stay at a Pension instead of a Hotel.
The pensions look very nice and comfortable, but I am sure you can find better prices if you just go to Sinaia and bargain with the pension owners.
Here are the web pages of these 2 pensions in Sinaia. Check them out and you will get the idea of what they have offer:
1. Pension Alex http://www.alexturism.ro
2. Pension Hedy http://www.hedy.ro
Furnica Hotel can be accessed by foot or by taxi from the Sinaia Train Station. It is a small hotel (58 rooms) that preserves the flair of Romanian traditions. The rooms are small, but very comfortable. The hotel restaurant serves fresh traditional food in a very casual and friendly atmosphere.
This is a new and modern building with many nice touches, and fabulous views. Peles Castle is a two minute walk. The hotel is up the hill from the main city area, so you may need a short taxi ride down to access more bars and restaurants. The hotel has an excellent restaurant. The service from all of the hotel staff was outstanding. It was one of our favorite places on our trip in Romania.
Its a 5 star hotel with 9 rooms inclusive of apartment rooms. Magnificent and breathtaking view from the balcony. Services and room facilities are excellent. Abt 75Euro/night.
Comfortable rooms with beautiful balcony view,safe box, jacuzzi, cable TV, internet and minibar.
Near the monastery there is a little field where you can put you tent. It's well known by the inhabitants of the town but nearly by any tourist. It is not an official camping place but it is no problem to camp here. The place is surrounded by trees and it is possible to make a campfire here. It is an ideal and cheap place for short stays in Sinaia.
How to get there? When you are at the railway station you have to follow the road upwards. When you are near the center don't enter it but follow the way upwards to the right = Octavian Goga. You will pass a hotel= Hotel Palace. After approximately 3 minutes you can see a walking trail going upwards to the left. Just follow it. At the top walk to the right and go to the monastery. It is about a 10 minutes walk.
I would recommend the hotel.
The rooms are quite big and confortable, although the bathrooms could benefit from some refurbishing! You can notice they have not been renovated since the Comunist years...
Not exactly in town center, but very quiet and with nice surrondings.
Hotel Cerbul is a good option for backpackers and for money savers. Rooms starts at only EUR 25 / night / room, in the weekends price is a little bit higher, about EUR 32-35 / night / room.
Right across the main street are the more expensive hotels Sinaia and New Montana, on the right is the park of Sinaia and the Casino.
We stayed there the night after Christmas, and there were plenty of rooms and hotels to choose from without any reservations. Hotels are cheap in Sinaia. I ended up paying under $20 in this hotel that is in the pic (forgot the name)
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