Hilton Sibiu

Sibiu Hotel
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ChainHilton
Brand
Hilton Hotels
Built2007
Renovated2013
Total Meeting Space915 sq. m
Guest Rooms114
1st, Padurea Dumbrava Street
Sibiu 550399

Hilton Sibiu

Sibiu Hotel
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Ratings

AAA
5

Awards

Spa of the year 2012

Amenities

Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access

Facilities

  • Onsite Restaurant

Services

  • Business Center

Recreational Activities

  • Health Club
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space915 sq. m
Meeting Rooms5
Largest Room7,200 sq. m
Second Largest Room2,079 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms114
Singles (1 Bed)67
Doubles (2 Beds)23
Suites21
Single (1 Bed) Rate€70.00 – €80.00
Double (2 Beds) Rate€80.00 – €100.00
Tax Rate10%

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Local Attractions

Paltinis

Recreation
35 km away
Păltiniş (German: Hohe Rinne; Hungarian: Szebenjuharos) is a mountain resort in Transylvania, Romania, 35 km south-west from Sibiu in the Cindrel Mountains. It is situated at 1440 m altitude, being the highest resort in Romania. It lies in a conifer forest. It is a popular winter destination and in summer it is sought for its peacefulness. There is always snow and skiing lessons for its fresh air and for the easily accessible trekking routes. It was founded by an association – Siebenbuergischer Karpatenverein (S.K.V.) – in 1894 and three villas from that period still exist. Currently there are 4 hotels, 6 chalets and 17 villas and an increasing number of private holiday houses. At the entrance in the resort, there is a Romanian Orthodox monastery; the place where the Romanian philosopher Constantin Noica spent the last period of his lifetime.

Muzeului Naţional Brukenthal

Museum
3 km away
Brukenthal Palace and the collections put together by Baron Samuel von Brukenthal represent the nucleus of the present Brukenthal National Museum. Since the baron and his wife had a daughter as the only child (who died at the early age of four) his testamentary dispositions stipulated that, on the death of the last heir in the male line of succession, the entire inheritance was to be placed in the custody of the Evangelical Church of Sibiu while the palace presenting his collections to be open for the public, event that happened in the year 1817. During the 19th century, the main concern of the Museum was to preserve the extant patrimony, to enlarge the main collections through the means of acquisitions and to establish new collections, especially in the range of the German-Saxon Culture. In the year 1948, the Museum was nationalized, becoming the property of the communist Romanian state. In 1948, the Transylvanian Society for the Natural Sciences in Sibiu ceased its activity, the museum under its patronage being included in the national patrimony. In 1957, the Museum of Natural Sciences became a part of the Brukenthal Museum. The “August von Spiess” Museum of Hunting has its opening in 1966. 1972 is the opening year to the Museum of Pharmacy. In 1988 was inaugurated the History Section of the Brukenthal National Museum, at present the Museum of History, in the Altemberger House. The Contemporary Art Gallery of the Brukenthal National Museum is the most recently acquired location (2006).

Arka Park Adventure Park

Park
24 km away
Arka Park Adventure Park is in the heart of nature, just 24 km from Sibiu, in the gorgeous Paltinis area and aims to maximize the emotion potential in a natural setting. Arka Park offers a unique combination of activities for all ages, representing a delightful way to spend your free time. Here you can experience unforgettable adventures with the whole family, friends or colleagues. Arka Park Adventure Park is the ideal place to spend a day outdoors, practicing sports, enjoying fresh air and a great view. The park offers you many interesting and challenging items, trails with varying degrees of difficulty, which can be covered one after the other.

Sighisoara

Recreation
92 km away
Sighișoara is a popular tourist destination for its well-preserved walled old town. The landmark of the city is the Clock Tower, a 64 m-high tower built in the 13th century. It is today a museum of history. Other interesting sights are: Sighișoara Citadel - a 12th-century Saxon edifice, is the historic center of the city. Still inhabited, the citadel is listed as a World Heritage Site. Weapon Museum - next to Vlad's birthplace. Very small, but it contains an interesting selection of medieval weapons (swords, arrows, etc.). Covered Staircase - a very old stone staircase with a wooden roof along the whole span. This leads up to the Church on the Hill and the cemetery. Church on the Hill - contains many frescoes and a crypt. Built on the location of a Roman fort. Located on the side of the hill next to it is one of the Lutheran cemeteries in the city, which contains many tombstones of Germans. Bust of Vlad Țepeș - Located around the corner from his birthplace, within sight of the Clock Tower.

Ocna Sibiului

Recreation
15 km away
Ocna Sibiului resort, known as “the Transylvanian seaside”, lies in the N-W part of Sibiu depression, at an altitude of 400 m above sea level and 15 km from the city of Sibiu. The salinity grows from the surface towards the bottom of the lake, the maximum value being reached on contact with the salt massif. The saltiest lake in Ocna Sibiului is Brancoveanu Lake (320g/l), the saltiest lake in Europe. Only the Dead Sea has a greater salt concentration. The salt crystal, so ordinary from certain perspectives (shape, colour, chemical formula, etc.) mesmerises still, apart from its specific organoleptic properties, through the curative properties that it has. The natural therapeutic factors are: • the hyper concentrated salt water of the lakes; • the mineral water of Horea’s spring; • the sapropelic mud; • the local relaxing sedative climate with its tonic effects over the human body.

Alba Iulia

Recreation
70 km away
Alba Iulia (German: Karlsburg, Carlsburg or Weißenburg, Hungarian: Gyulafehérvár, Latin: Apulum in the Roman period, later Alba Iulia or Alba Yulia; Ottoman Turkish: Erdel Belgradı) is a city located on the Mureş River in Alba County, Transylvania, Romania, with a population of 58,681 as of 2011. Since the High Middle Ages, the city has been the seat of Transylvania's Roman Catholic diocese. Between 1541 and 1690 it was the capital of the Eastern Hungarian Kingdom and the latter Principality of Transylvania. Alba Iulia is historically important for Hungarians, Romanians and Transylvanian Saxons. The city administers four villages: Bărăbanț (Borbánd), Micești (Ompolykisfalud), Oarda (Alsóváradja) and Pâclișa (Poklos).

Muzeul Civilizației Populare Tradiționale „ASTRA”

Museum
1 km away
"ASTRA" National Museum Complex (Romanian:Complexul Naţional Muzeal "ASTRA") is a museum complex in Sibiu, Romania, which gathers under the same authority four ethnology and civilisation museums in the city, a series of laboratories for conservation and research, and a documentation centre. It is the successor of the ASTRA Museum that has existed in the city since 1905. Its modern life started with the opening of The Museum of Folk Technology in 1964, now The "ASTRA" Museum of the Traditional Folk Civilization.

Distance from Airport

  • 8 km from Venue

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We will do our outmost to ensure that our hotel is the perfect venue for your event; our staff will assist you with your every need so that your event at Hilton Sibiu will be a memorable one. Situated just two miles away from Sibiu International Airport and just ten minutes drive from the city center, Hilton Sibiu stands out through elegance and style in this medieval Transylvanian city. Ideally situated overlooking the Dumbrava Forest, you can enjoy enchanting forest views from your balcony. An impressive entrance with fountain and a classically decorated interior with handmade furniture are greeting the guests upon arrival. Spacious Guest Rooms, Executive Rooms and Suites are all featuring relaxing balconies overlooking the Dumbrava Forest and offer high-speed internet access and LCD TVs. Upgrade to an Executive Room for access to the Executive Lounge in order to enjoy complimentary breakfast and refreshments in an intimate and select atmosphere. Savor a choice of international, French and Romanian cuisine in Hilton Sibiu’s three restaurants: Madrigal Restaurant, Camara Boierului and Versailles. Escape to The Spa, where you can experience a blissful collection of revitalizing body and skin treatments. Host successful meetings in the hotel’s five flexible meeting rooms or enjoy a grander affair in the impressive Grand Ballroom with capacity of up to 400 people for banquets, celebrations, corporate functions and weddings.

Additional Information

Known as the Dracula Region, Transylvania is also Prince Charles residence - Viscri Village UNESCO Patrimony. For many years now, Prince Charles feels passionately that it’s the last corner of Europe where there’s still a real balance between mankind and nature that should be seen and preserved. Sibiu, “The medieval charm of Transylvania” is a vibrant town, animated and filled with culture. It holds one of the best preserved historical sites in the country, many of its medieval fortifications having been kept in excellent state. The city legacy and a variety of famous international festivals and cultural events designated Sibiu as Europe's Capital of Culture in 2007. Is the only city in Romania ranked 3-star Michelin in the Michelin Green Guide - meaning "must see". According to Frommer’s, the world leader of traveling guides, Sibiu was one of the top 13 world holidays’ destinations at the end of 2008. Also in 2008, Forbes recommends Sibiu (position 8 in top European destinations) as an idyllic and unpolluted space, beside Copenhaga, Rome and Ljublyana. In 2014 “The Huffington Post” included Sibiu in top 10 “The Most Charming Towns In Europe You'll Want To Visit”.

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