Hotel Palace

Address: 4-11, Octavian Goga St., Sinaia, 2180, Romania | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 4-11, Octavian Goga St., Sinaia, is near Busteni Mountain--Babele Rock Formation.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Sinaia

      La mulți ani!

      A travel blog entry by cdbennett on Jan 01, 2015

      5 photos

      ... and it was honestly so much fun!!! We counted down in Romanian and then the fireworks and singing only got more insane hahaha. It was such an incredible night, and so different to what we're used to for New Years with the weather and traditional singing and dancing! Today we slept right in as we only got to bed at 2am- and then started packing and planning our weekend in Rome! Tomorrow morning ...

      Sanaia, Romania

      A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Jul 17, 2014

      17 photos

      ... late 1800's. The finishes in the castle are amazing, the woodworking is extremely intricate. The King wanted the finest of all things, and he certainly got them. There are rooms finished in Parisian, English, Asian and of course German motifs. In the Asian room, there was a table and chairs each intricately carved out of one piece of wood - it took 40 years to make the set. ...

      In Search of Dracula!

      A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Jul 21, 2011

      6 comments, 20 photos

      ... touring the castle, which dated back to the 1200’s. We could wander through most of the rooms, which were filled with antique furniture, chandeliers and decorated fireplaces. Unfortunately, there were hordes of tourists, so we didn’t linger too long.

      Our next stop was the hill-top fortress of Rasnov. It was a very pleasant surprise. The walls of the fortress had been well maintained and/or restored. Inside, most of ...

      Of Kings and Queens... and tour guides

      A travel blog entry by lazycaravan on Dec 22, 2010

      7 photos

      ... efficiency, within 5 minutes a sanding truck is on-site…

      When we arrive at Peleş we get in on a small tour with a father and his little boy… in Romanian. It’s good practice for me, and V is very patient – filling in the gaps as we go. Our tour guide, a young Romanian woman, makes a valiant attempt at patience, but it's clearly not her forte. She takes her job very seriously, and wants you to as well. As we progress through the ...

      Transylvanian Myths and Realities

      A travel blog entry by wanderwoman2010 on Jul 08, 2010

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... the hill. Still carrying the myth that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, I tried to cut through multiple paths to avoid the long walk from earlier, meeting multiple dead ends. Every single residence had a dog, a very big dog that sounded like he was very serious about eating me. After a huge Rottweiler stuck his whole head under a gate to growl at me, I had flashbacks of our experience on the mountain with ...

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