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The only reason to be in Arad is to break a journey between Romania and Hungary. This hotel is very central near city hall, 2 km S of railway & bus stations down broad bvd. It's in a mid-rise block set back from street, so...More
Hotel nicely located close to the main square, main alley and fortress. Parking available free of charge. Staff very friendly. Rooms clean, warm and with comfortable beds. Good restaurant. Some difficulties might be for disabled people no possibility of using wheelchair..
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Located in the heart of Arad, in a relaxing and noise free zone, the hotel offer the opportunity to combine the very good services and best place in town. Also, the variety of the menu in the restaurant and the quality of the food have...More
We was only here for one night but it was made memorable by the lovely Catarina who was one of the nicest hotel receptionist we've met..our room was nice clean and was very quiet the beds are comfy it has a good secure car park...More
I went to this hotel as it appeared as the best in Arad, but I was disappointed: my room was dirty (there were crumbs on the floor); the furniture was old and torn... well, basically an old Communist hotel where Best Western put the badge,...More
Response from JonathanDiamantino | Reviewed this property |
i doubt it. Train depot is a not a big tourist arrival point in Romania. Taxis are dirt cheap, so even if you hve to travel from one side of the city to the other it should not cost you more than 5 euro
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"The rooms not facing the hotel garden and terrace are straight across form an apartment building"