• 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.
  • Executive Double Room

    Executive Double Room

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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. Features a balcony and an extra long bed.

    Bed size:210

    Room size:30

  • 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


Golden Tulip Ana Dome Hotel enjoys a perfect location only 15 minutes from the centre of Cluj-Napoca, easily accessible by public transportation and by car.

The Golden Tulip provides free guarded parking on the premises and an underground garage.

The property is close to landmarks such as the Botanical Garden, the Astronomical Observatory or Sigma Shopping Centre. There is a bus stop just across the street from the Ana Dome Hotel.

The Ana Dome impresses with magnificent urban views, a restaurant, a lounge bar. The wellness centre provides relaxation after a long day.

Combining classic design with modern amenities, the rooms are spacious and relaxing and offer a maximum of comfort, while the bathrooms boast natural stone elements.


Children and extra beds


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  • air-conditioning
  • led tv
  • mini bar
  • safe deposit box in room
  • sofa bed
  • telephone
  • Wi-Fi
  • work desk


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Cluj-Napoca, commonly known as Cluj, is the second most populous city in Romania, after the national capital Bucharest, and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country. Geographically, it is roughly equidistant from Bucharest (324 kilometres (201 miles)), Budapest (351 km (218 mi)) and Belgrade (322 km (200 mi)). Located in the Someșul Mic River valley, the city is considered the unofficial capital to the historical province of Transylvania. From 1790 to 1848 and from 1861 to 1867, it was the official capital of the Grand Principality of Transylvania. Other names for the city include: German: Klausenburg; Hungarian: Kolozsvár.

As of 2011, 324,576 inhabitants live within the city limits, marking a slight increase from the figure recorded at the 2002 census. The Cluj-Napoca metropolitan area has a population of 411,379 people,while the population of the peri-urban area (Romanian: zona periurbană) exceeds 420,000 residents. The new metropolitan government of Cluj-Napoca became operational in December 2008. According to a 2007 estimate provided by the County Population Register Service, the city hosts a visible population of students and other non-residents—an average of over 20,000 people each year during 2004–2007. The city spreads out from St. Michael’s Church in Unirii Square, built in the 14th century and named after the Archangel Michael, the patron saint of Cluj-Napoca. The boundaries of the municipality contain an area of 179.52 square kilometres (69.31 sq mi).

Cluj-Napoca experienced a decade of decline during the 1990s, its international reputation suffering from the policies of its mayor at the time, Gheorghe Funar. Today, the city is one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania. Among other institutions, it hosts the country’s largest university, Babeș-Bolyai University, with its famous botanical garden; nationally renowned cultural institutions; as well as the largest Romanian-owned commercial bank. In 2015, Cluj-Napoca was European Youth Capital.

Sports & nature

Nature Central Park is a large public, urban park in central Cluj-Napoca. It was founded in the 19th century and it located on the souther shore of Someşul Mic River. The Park is now home to the University of Arts and Design and to the Chemistry Faculty of the Babeş-Bolyai University.During 2012, the Central Park was site of an important restoration process, especially for the building of the Old Casino. The Cluj-Napoca Botanical Garden, officially Alexandru Borza Cluj-Napoca University Botanic Garden (Romanian: Grădina Botanică Alexandru Borza a Universităţii Cluj-Napoca), is a botanical garden located in the south part of Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was founded in 1872 by Brassai Samuel. Its director in 1905 was Aladár Richter, than Páter Béla, Győrffy István and than overtaken 1920 by the local university, and by Alexandru Borza.
The Japanese Garden
In addition to its role as a tourist destination, the garden also serves as a teaching and research center as part of the Babeș-Bolyai University. In 2010, the Romanian Ministry of Culture and National Patrimony categorized it as a historical monument. The garden is over 14 hectares in area, with over 10,000 plants from throughout the world. It is divided into ornamental, phytogeographic (geobotanical), systematic (taxonomical), economic, and medicinal sections. Romanian flora and vegetationare represented by plants from the Transylvanian plains, the Carpathian Mountains, Banat, etc. Among the Botanical Garden's interesting attractions are the Japanese Garden (a garden in Japanese style, with a brook and a Japanese-style house), the Roman Garden with archeological remains from the Roman colony of Napoca, among them a statue of Ceres, goddess of cereals and bread, alongside cultivated plants that dominate contemporary Romanian agriculture. Jablonovszki Elemér was its head gardener for 45 years. Sports Cluj Arena  is a multi-use stadium in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. It was ready as of October 2011 and is to be ranked as an UEFA Elite Stadium (Category 4). The stadium is the new home ground of FC Universitatea Cluj. The owner, Cluj County Council, and the Government of Romania paid €43,959,908.37 for the new stadium, which is able to hold 30,201 people. The stadium is composed of 4 two-tier covered stands and a new running track. The seats are grey coloured, with different nuances depending on their position. The building is located next to the Polyvalent Hall and hosts the famous Untold Festival each year.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoUntold Festival is the largest annual electronic music festival held in Romania, taking place in Cluj-Napoca at Central Park, with the main stage at Cluj Arena. Untold has been designated Best Major Festival within European Festival Awards 2015. Guests include a vast range of European countries, as well as Asia and North America.

Culture and history info

The St. Michael's Church  is a Gothic-style Roman Catholic church in Cluj-Napoca. It is the second largest church (after the Black Church of Brașov) in the geographical region of Transylvania, Romania. The nave is 50 meters long and 24 meters wide, the apse is 20×10 m. The tower with its height of 76 meter (80 meter including the cross) is the highest one in Transylvania. The western portal is decorated with the three coats of arms of Sigismund as King of Hungary, as King of Bohemia and as Holy Roman Emperor. The Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral  from Cluj was built between 1923-1933, from the ideea and contribution of Bishop Nicolae Ivan (1855-1936). This is one of the main religious buildings in Cluj-Napoca and also the first vertical church in the heart of the big unified romanian city. Bishop Nicolae Ivan after he reunited, in 1919, the Transylvanian Counsel where he requested financial aid for building the church, in 1920 he manages to obtain the park in front of the National Theatre where the Cathedral is actually built. After receiving the funds he organized a contest for the local architect wich was won by George Cristinel and Constantin Pomponiu. Bánffy Castle is a baroque building of the 18th century in Cluj-Napoca, designed by the German architect Johann Eberhard Blaumann. Built between 1774 and 1775 it is considered the most representative for thebaroque style of Transylvania. The first owner of the palace was the Hungarian duke György Bánffy (1746–1822), the governor of Transylvania. Francis II, Holy Roman Emperor and his wife Caroline Augusta of Bavaria were hosted in the palace during their visit in Kolozsvár, between 18 and 27 August 1817. This was the first occasion when a ruler from the Habsburg family visited the city. Franz Joseph I of Austria was also the guest of the palace between 2-4. August 1852 and 22–24 September 1887. The palace (along with the Răscruci castle of the Bánffy family) features in the reminiscences of an English governess, Florence Tarring, who worked for one of the branches of the Bánffy family during the First World War (1914-1919). In February 1951 the council of the city decided to empty the palace to establish an Art Museum there; the works were finished in the summer of 1954. The museum was opened in the restored palace on 30. December 1965. The cinema occupying the inner yard of the palace was demolished in 1974. The floor area of the palace is 66×48 m, its inner yard is 26×26 m. The wings on the sides include one row of rooms while the front and back wing includes two rows. The yard is surrounded by a portico at the second-floor level. The facade is decorated with statues of Mars, Minerva, Apollo, Diana, Hercules, Perseus, and the coat of arms of the Bánffy family with gryphons, without crown. In the median risalit there is a gate, above this is a loggia with seven pillars.  

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