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All reviews well equipped gym hill overlooking hotel guests indoor swimming pool amazing location free access great view of the city breakfast included fresh air city centre balcony fortress samsara fi festival arena lei
A modest hotel related to the price you will pay for a room. Pretty basic breakfast. Poor wi-fi signal. But the position is a very good one, from where you can see from the height the city of Cluj-Napoca. Free parking spots.
The room is very crowded with just a few empty space. The bathroom is having all necessary, but not so clean. Bed is having soft matress and furniture is very old. The view from the balcony is very beautiful and it is not far away...More
The only beautiful thing is the wonderful view of this hotel.
Old and broken furniture. Small and crowded room. The mattresses are not properly framed in the bed frame and slide into the depth of the frame. Small and untidy bathroom. Clean only on the...More
As you drive up the hill out of the city, you can see straightaway that the hotel is likely to be dated due to it's archaic design. The location is very nice in the middle of a small park and giving great views of the...More
Been at hotel Belvedere for a few days. Restaurant and bar staff very bad and rude. If you get the chance to meet the restaurant supervisor mr Bucur you will know imediately what i am talking about. He acts like a bully with customers and...More
Response from Tudor1978 | Reviewed this property |
I am a tourist like you, not part of staff. Slaughtered meat you mostly find in the countryside in Romania, not in cities, as slaughtering is forbidden by law since EU entry. There are still peasants in villages that... More
I am a tourist like you, not part of staff. Slaughtered meat you mostly find in the countryside in Romania, not in cities, as slaughtering is forbidden by law since EU entry. There are still peasants in villages that slaughter. Hope this helps