Address: Str. Hasdeu nr. 69, Cluj Napoca

This place is situated in the central part of student Hasdeu.

We have a restaurant with a capacity of 120 seats and the floor covered terrace with fountain and 250 people, both smokers and for nonsmokers. Central entrance offers access to the hotel reception and restaurant. Side stairs leading to the terrace which is situated in "high" offering a great view.

Villa 69 Cluj Napoca offers you an intimate atmosphere with a wide range of hotelier services.The villa is located inside the Hasdeu Student Campus in Cluj Napoca.

The warm and welcoming rooms, fully equipped will make you feel like home.Hotel personell is delighted to welcome you in a quiet and pleasant ambiance, right in the center of Cluj Napoca.

The hotel has 4 apartments and 15 rooms.The apartments have the bedroom furnished with a matrimonial bed and two of the apartments have jacuzzi.Out of the 15 rooms, 3 have matrimoniaol bed, 11 are diuble and una is triple.


Villa 69 is situated close to:

- Cultural Students
- Student Complex from
- Clinics in Cluj (street Clinics)
- Oncology Hospital
- Botanic Garden

- bathroom in the room
- TV
- wireless internet
- telephone


- indoor restaurant
- wake up at a certain hour
- bar/terrace

Single 1 9090 LEI 9090 LEI
Double 2 110110 LEI 110110 LEI
Room with 3 beds 3 165165 LEI 165165 LEI
Apartament - matrimonial 2 150150 LEI 150150 LEI
Apartament - matrimonial si jacuzzi 2 250250 LEI 250250 LEI
Breakfast 1 1010 LEI 1010 LEI
Afiseaza tarifele in: LEI USD EUR

Pedestrian route through the center of Cluj

Pedestrian route through the center of Cluj

The route follows to go through the most important historic squares in downtown Cluj Napoca by step. Routing is around 2h, varies depending on how long you spend at each landmark.

Departure is from the entry of Horea street, at Michael the Brave Square, where you can enjoy two palaces on sides: ob right the Szeky Palace and the Bobas Palace on left. Forward trough the square to see the imposing statue of Michael the Brave surrounded by green space. It is also surrounded by old buildings with different architecture depending on the periods in which they were built each. In the background you can see an inevitable massive building, the Piersic Cinema. Then you continue to Avram Iancu Square, then Stefan Cel Mare Square, then Eroilor street, then Union Square, then Museum Square and then you came back to Michael the Brave.

See more information on pedestrian route "Old Markets from Cluj Center" website

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Square Museum

Museum Square - Cluj Napoca

The square was transformed into a pedestrian zone, where during summer terraces are opened and where they organize events, especially in the Matthias Corvinus House.
The Market has a medieval air due to its paved street and old buildings which surrounds it. Theb Museum Square represents for many a place of tranquility in the bustle of the city.

Museum Square was named after History Museum of Transylvania which is in its end.

Read more about Museum Square in Cluj –

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Square Avram Iancu

Avram Iancu Square

The Avram Iancu Square is one of the most beautiful old markets of Cluj Napoca. The market is filled with history and culture, located in the center of the city.

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Mathias Memorial House

Mathias Memorial House


Matei Corvin House in Cluj Napoca is located on the street with the same name at number 6. Located in old city center, near the Museum Square, at the crossroads: Matei Corvin, Virgil Fulicea, Sextil Puscariu.
Matei Corvin Street was transformed into a pedestrian zone, where often are organised exhibitions with objects produced by traditional Romanian and Hungarian small craftsmen.

About Matei Corvin House-Cluj Napoca

Matei Corvin House or „Mehffy House”  is a town building in the Gothic style of the fifteenth century (now University of Art and Design” Ion Andreescu “). In this house – inn of the town at that time – was born on the 23 of  February 1443, Matthias Corvinus (Matei Corvin), son of the great ruler of Transylvania, Ioan of Hunedoara. Matei Corvin was the greatest king of Hungary (1458-1490), scholar, patron of the arts, wisdom and law, is mentioned today in songs and legends. In 1467, Matei Corvin exempted the owners of the house where he was born to pay taxes to the city, this privilege is reinforced by the kings and princes that have followed.
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