Boasting a historical location in Scheii Brasovului, the oldest part of Brasov, Curtea Brasoveana offers pleasant, modern and comfortable accommodation in a traditional setting. Also known as Kronstadt, this Mediaeval city was home to some of the best craftsmen, jewellers and traders of Transylvania, and some of this tradition remained until today. If you are planning a meeting, the conference room at Curtea Brasoveana is at your disposal. After a long day you can unwind in the sauna and benefit from the free internet access.
Very helpful staff. Delicious breakfast. Great location.
Despite the good quality, the price of a double room (70 euro) remains too high compared to standards in Romania. Pensions provides similar comfort for half price.
Close to down town and nicely renovated building.
Family style hotel in the oldest and residential part of Brasov with recently renovated and spacious rooms in 10 minutes walk from the city center. I liked very much the two-level design and the attractive price of 4-bed suite. Both wired and wireless internet with good speed and free of charge.
Breakfast facilities are consice and although sufficient could be easily crowded.
Friendly, helpful staff. Nice loft room for our family of 5 with a wonderful view from the loft window. Nice breakfast. Dinner options close by.
It was difficult to find this hotel.
The room with the loft was especially good for families. It was about a 10 mniute walk from the main piazza.
Location in heart of Brasov! Beautiful quiet place!!! Excellent hotel!!! Great service!!! Fantastic 98 m² big apartment!!! Highly recommended!!! Curtea Brasoveana offers pleasant, modern and comfortable accommodation in a traditional setting - absolutely true!!! I am happy!!!
Free public parking. But it was a not problem.
The room was spacious, hotel staff was very professional, the location was walking distance to the historic center. The hotel is quite, showers are hot with good water pressure, beds were alright. There is a quaint Romanian restaurant around the corner, little markets nearby,
All of the hotel's we stayed in Romania insisted their breakfasts were worth between 5 & 8 euro/ person. I think there is misunderstanding of the worth of the euro to the Lei/Ron. The market rate at this time is 4.40 Ron/Lei to 1 Euro they seem to think the rate is more like 3 Ron/Lei to the Euro! So, things were more expensive at the hotels, all of them! Venture out and you'll find excellent pastries, coffee, and the likes!