A room for two persons costs over 100 euros, and some other fees will be added. This is somehow expensive compared with other hotels in town. For these money you'll get a quite big size room, with plasma tv (with only 26 channels). Something that could be stressful is the bath door which is made by glass and may not assure the desired intimacy level. The conditioned air works "when he want", so you may sweat into the summer and cold into the winter. They have also a kind of fire alarm which falsely starts daily - very annoying. The breakfast was nearly good, but with no great food variety. The hotel is suitable for business travel, but of course you may go to visit the town. For shopping you could go to the Nicolae Balcescu street (many shops there). Some great objectives that worth visit are: the Brukental Museum (art), the Old Wall (with towers, situated on Corneliu Coposu street), the Astra Museum (with old houses). I like Sibiu and I plan to come back here, but definitely I will choose another hotel. Enjoy!
Unique Quality: The hotel is well situated in town, and you will have great views if you stay at superior floors. No pool, but they have free gym.
Directions: Near center of town. If you come from Vasile Milea st., turn the left immediately after the National Theater Radu Stanca. If you come from Corneliu Coposu st., stop driving after crossing Vasile Milea st., on the right.
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