• Deluxe Apartment

    Deluxe Apartment

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    Room facilities:2 LED TV, air-conditioning, mini bar, radio in room, telephone, WiFi and LAN internet connection

    The Deluxe Apartment is about 54 sqm in size, with wonderful view of the Old Town and Regina Elisabeta Blvd.

    The apartment consists of huge living room and bedroom with matrimonial bed.

    Separate living room with working and resting area, sofa bed and fully equipped kitchen for some of Deluxe Apartments.

    Apartment bathroom is equipped with shower, bio amenities, hairdryer, cosmetic mirror.

    The amenities of the apartment include a mini-bar, WiFi and LAN internet connection, 2 LED TV, telephone, safe and air-conditioning.
    A selection of fresh and seasonal products are cooked with passion by our chef, to be served to you every morning from 7:00 hours.

    • No. of people / this room: 4 people max
    • No. of adults / this room: 3 adults max.

    Room size:55

  • Deluxe Rooms

    Deluxe Rooms

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    Room facilities:air-conditioning, led tv, mini bar, safe deposit box in room, telephone, Wi-Fi

    Spacious and comfortable, our deluxe double rooms are perfect for couples and have been carefully designed with luxurious touches and cool contemporary design. The deluxe doubles have balconies.
  • Standard Double/Twin

    Standard Double/Twin

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    Room facilities:air-conditioning, led tv, mini bar, safe deposit box in room, telephone, Wi-Fi, work desk

    Warm khaki and cream walls are enhanced by a minimalist walnut furniture, and are combined with textured fabrics in dark browns with amber, lime and sage undertones, and large framed mirrors, to evoke a relaxing ambiance in the hub of the bustling city.



    Bed size:181 - 210

    Room size:17


Set in a historical building, on the main pedestrian street of Brasov, Casa Antiqua features elegant rooms and suites with free WiFi and cable TV, within 150 m from the Black Church.

All units are fitted with a flat-screen TV, a wardrobe, a desk and a private bathroom with a bath or a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries. The beds are fitted with orthopedic mattresses. Some rooms feature air conditioning.

You can enjoy the breakfast served on site, as well as a complimentary cup of coffee. A wide selection of bars, cafes, restaurants and stores can be reached within walking distance.

Casa Antiqua is 100 m from the Council Square, 200 m from the Tampa cable car and 12 km from the Poiana Brasov Ski Resort. The Brasov Train Station is 3 km away.


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Brașov  is a city in Romania and the administrative centre of Brașov County.

According to the last Romanian census (2011), Brașov has a population of 253,200, making it the 7th most populous city in Romania. The metropolitan area is home to 369,896 residents.

Brașov is located in the central part of the country, about 166 kilometres (103 miles) north of Bucharest and 380 kilometres (236 miles) from the Black Sea. It is surrounded by the Southern Carpathians and is part of the Transylvania region.

Sports & nature

The adventure park is an outdoor sports and leisure activity, a very good way to spend your free time with your family and friends.   Parc Aventura Brasov has 15 routes with progressive levels of difficulty. Each participant to adventure receives a safety equipment of 2 carbines which shall be used permanently for the participant’s safety. Poiana Brașov, mainly a ski resort but also a sightseeing spot. Râșnov Fortress, above the nearby town of Râșnov, is a restored peasant fortress.

Culture and history info

"The Black Church", a celebrated Gothic site - the building dates from 1477, when it replaced an older church (demolished around 1385). Its acquired the name after being blackened by smoke from the 1689 great fire. "The mayor's former office building". The administration for Brașov was here for more than 500 years. St. Nicholas Church, dating back to the 14th century. The nearby Bran Castle, attracting many fans of Dracula and often (but incorrectly) said to have been the home of Vlad the Impaler. The Rope Street, the narrowest street in Romania.

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