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Reviewed 2 May 2018

Excelent locationa and rooms
The personel and the service was awesome. The food also very delicious and great.
We enjoyed a nice weekend with the family and friends in their garden.
The place is quiet and close to the historical city of Medias

Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Mircea T
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Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

Despite our reservation on booking, the receptionist told us that the hotel was full and we need to cancel it! As it was not possible given the cancelation rule we insisted... She finally found a room in... It was damned hot. More than 40 degrees in the room. Even the radiator was hot... In August!
The swimming pool is extremely small ans smell awfull.
Cherry on the cake, no water at all in the morning!!! We had to shower with our bottle of sparkling water!!!... No discount done for that!
Breakfast is basic, juices and coffee are not good.
Would I return : absolutely not

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank toffinlyon
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Reviewed 16 July 2017

Hotel consisting of several buildings.
Rooms are well equipped except for the fact that there is no AC and the beds are pretty short.
By consequence the windows/doors have to be kept open in summer. Unfortunately the village dogs are barking all night.
Breakfast and dinner (in buffet form) are OK.
We got the impression that the hotel was only used by tour groups.
Location: in a small (allmost dead) village, but because of the dogs it cannot be claimed to be quiet.

Room tip: Ask for room away from the noisy terrace
Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Dutchman-nl
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Reviewed 5 June 2017

I was given a room in one of the original Saxon buildings and the only window opened onto a porch area which and a small fanlight window which opened. Room was spacious. A TV with no English speaking channels and a desk. A bottle of mineral water was provided for the whole stay.. Large bed and plenty of space. Good shower in the shower room with a rubber mat for when you stepped out of the shower. Nice soft good smelling towels. Cheap toilet paper but it seemed that is all there was in Roumania as we never did see any decent toilet paper. If this room had had an external window then I would have classed this hotel as good to excellent. The rooms above had only roof type tipping windows and the room beside me also opened onto an unenclosed porch. Only a narrow spiral staircase to the upper rooms which the ladies found difficult. Rooms in the old building were also noisy as people went by them all the time.

The hotel consists of nine buildings two of which are original Saxon dwellings and others have been added on. Two other buildings are added onto the frontage of another Saxon dwelling. There is a small swimming pool open only from 9 am until 6 pm.

The dining room was situated in a wooden barrack with windows on all 4 sides. The kitchen was underneath the dining room. Free mineral water was provided and beer wine was around six Lei per glass. We were welcomed with a glass of red wine which I did not drink as I don 't drink red wine. It seems Roumanians don't eat potatoes as we had rice with every meal while we were there. Breakfast and evening meals are buffet style and have salad, main courses and desert.

The first evening we were there, there were three coaches, one from Switzerland, our group and a group of Burgenlanders who had flown to Roumania and then taken a bus tour plus individual guests. A Roumanian folklore evening took place the first evening. Roumanian and not Saxon as in Wels in Austria there is a very good Siebenbugische Dance Group.

For the evening meal there is a watery soup, two main entrees of meat, (one beef/pork and one chicken), two deserts of different types of cake and a salad bar. In the salad bar was potato salad so it seems the Roumanians eat potatoes but not with the main meal.

For breakfast coffee, tea, orange juice were provided plus bowls of yoghurt plus cornflakes and bowls or blood and ordinary orange pieces. Bread, jam and platters of cheese and sausage. There were scrambled eggs, fried eggs and pieces of German type sausage and a warm type of sweet bread. Breakfast was good compared with some we had in Roumania.

Luggage was taken to the room and collected at the end of the stay. Staff were friendly and in reception could speak good English. Wifi was average with faster in the night than in morning/evening. There were b ars and places under cover to sit and enjoy the evenings if you so wished.

In the village is one of the fortified churches and also in the village there are thermal baths with massage etc. 2% of the village are Baptists and there is a well restored Baptist Church. There are also two schools being used, the old German one built in 1902 and another more modern building adjoining it. There is one store and a pharmacy. Buses supposedly leave the village for Mediasch but they were always in the same position whenever we passed them.

We took a horse and coach ride to the neighbouring village 5Kms away where there is another fortified church which needs a lot more restoration than the one in Bazna. This trip took three hours as the horses moved very slowly. Children on bicycles could overtake them uphill. There is a park in the village with roses but overgrown grass. There is also a youth hostel in the village.

Room tip: Try and get one of the more modern rooms which have opening external windows.
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank rodneycs
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

Stayed one night, received well, room ok and clean, staff completely unprofessional , did not write our drinks , did not know how much to pay......., swimming pool dirty, and very very small, tricky picture, garden nice , food very very basic ... If you can find another place , better skip this one

Room tip: Rooms close to the waterpump, no sleep because of terrible noise
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Henk V
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