Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Romania

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Romania according to ETIC Hotels

Hotel Comandor

Free parking,Free WiFi,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Bar,Good breakfast
  •  Mamaia, Romania
  •  ETIC Green Score: 74%
  •  Reviews: 3.8 (565+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.4
/10

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Hotel Aventus

2 swimming pools,Spa and wellness centre,Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Airport shuttle,Bar,Exceptional breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.3
/10

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Hotel Wien

Free parking,Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Facilities for disabled guests,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Fabulous breakfast
  •  Deva, Romania
  •  ETIC Green Score: 72%
  •  Reviews: 4.4 (420+)
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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Hotel New Belvedere

Outdoor swimming pool,Spa and wellness centre,Private parking,Beachfront,Family rooms,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Private beach area
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Quantum House

Parking on site,Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Hotel Continental Forum Constanta

Free parking,Free WiFi,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Fitness centre,Room service,Terrace,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Pensiunea Bella Vista

Free parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Airport shuttle,Bar,Superb breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Capital Plaza Hotel

Private parking,Free WiFi,Airport shuttle,Fitness centre,Non-smoking rooms,Restaurant,24-hour front desk,Room service,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
14.3
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Romania

  • Official Name:Romania

  • Capital:Bucharest

  • Population:19,237,691

  • Area:238,397 km²

  • Major Languages:Romanian

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:75.13 years

  • Currency:Romanian Leu

10 Things To Do In Romania

  • 1. Explore the medieval town of Sibiu

    Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Sibiu, where cobbled streets wind through a tapestry of colorful houses and historic landmarks. This medieval gem of Transylvania invites you to step back in time, as you wander through its charming squares, experience its cultural richness, and bask in the undeniable allure of its architectural treasures.

  • 2. Visit the iconic Bran Castle

    Embark on a journey to Bran Castle, a majestic fortress that has captured the world`s imagination. Perched on a hill, the castle offers not only a glimpse into history but also panoramic views of the surrounding valley. While often associated with Dracula, the castle`s real story is equally captivating, revealing tales of royalty and heritage.

  • 3. Wander through the streets of Bucharest

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant heartbeat of Bucharest, the capital city that boasts a captivating mix of architectural styles, lush parks, museums, and a bustling nightlife. As you explore its streets, you`ll witness a city that is both a canvas of history and a vibrant canvas for contemporary creativity and culture.

  • 4. Discover the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina

    Embark on a journey through time and artistry as you discover the Painted Monasteries of Bucovina. These UNESCO-listed treasures are adorned with intricate frescoes that showcase a unique fusion of Byzantine and local artistic influences. It`s a journey that connects you to the spiritual and artistic tapestry of the region.

  • 5. Explore the medieval city of Brasov

    Venture into the embrace of the Carpathian Mountains as you explore Brasov, a medieval city surrounded by natural beauty. Beyond its historic charm, Brasov offers a gateway to outdoor adventures such as skiing and hiking. The city becomes a bridge between the tales of old and the thrill of exploring nature`s wonders.

  • 6. Experience the Merry Cemetery in Săpânța

    Discover the whimsical and touching world of the Merry Cemetery in Săpânța. This colorful resting place is renowned for its vibrant tombstone paintings that depict humorous and heartfelt scenes from people`s lives. It`s a celebration of life and an invitation to reflect on the human experience through a lens of art and humor.

  • 7. Hike in the Retezat National Park

    Embark on a trek through the breathtaking landscapes of Retezat National Park. With its glacial lakes, alpine meadows, and diverse wildlife, the park becomes a playground for hiking enthusiasts and nature lovers. Each step offers a connection to the raw beauty of the Carpathian Mountains and the serenity of untouched nature.

  • 8. Visit the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest

    Stand in awe of the grandeur that is the Palace of Parliament in Bucharest. As one of the world`s largest administrative buildings, it showcases opulent architecture and history that resonates through its halls. Exploring the palace becomes an encounter with the grand ambitions and rich stories that have shaped the nation.

  • 9. Take a ride on the scenic Transfagarasan Highway

    Embark on a journey along the Transfagarasan Highway, a mountain road that stands as a testament to engineering marvel and natural beauty. With breathtaking views and a thrilling driving experience, the highway winds through stunning landscapes that remind you of the awe-inspiring wonders that the world holds.

  • 10. Experience the traditional way of life in Maramures

    Immerse yourself in the timeless traditions and picturesque villages of Maramures. The region`s wooden churches, cultural practices, and artisan crafts offer a window into a way of life that embraces heritage and connection to the land. It`s an opportunity to step into a world where old-world charm meets authentic living.

5 Most Visited Cities In Romania

  • Bucharest

    Brasov

    Cluj-Napoca

    Timisoara

    Sibiu

When To Go To Romania

  • Late spring (May to June) and early fall (September to October) are the prime times to explore Romania`s historic castles, charming villages, and scenic landscapes. Bucharest, the capital, offers a mix of Communist-era architecture and lively cultural scenes. Bran Castle and Peles Castle provide insights into Romania`s medieval history. The Carpathian Mountains and the painted monasteries of Bucovina offer opportunities for outdoor activities and cultural encounters. Romania`s folklore, rural traditions, and Gothic architecture create a travel experience that is both enchanting and authentic.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Romania

Find the complete travel guide for Romania

  • - Check entry requirements based on your nationality and ensure you have the necessary documents.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, and learn about Romania`s history and culture.
    - Be cautious of changing weather conditions; pack accordingly for different seasons.
    - Explore Romania`s castles, medieval towns, and scenic landscapes.
    - Experience Romanian cuisine, traditional festivals, and folklore.

  • Office Tourism of Romania

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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