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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in Romania may face legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Attitudes in Romania are generally conservative, with regard to the rights of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender citizens. Nevertheless, the country has made significant changes in LGBT rights legislation since 2000.
Sibiu is a city in Transylvania, central Romania. It’s known for Germanic architecture in its old town, the legacy of 12th-century Saxon settlers. Around the city are the remains of medieval walls and towers, including the 13th-century Council Tower. In the upper town, Brukenthal Palace now houses the Brukenthal National Museum, with European paintings. The nearby Evangelical Cathedral has gravestones in its walls.
Top attractions to visit in Sibiu
- Big Square (Piata Mare)
- ASTRA Museum
- Old Town
- Turnul Sfatului (The Tower of the Council)
- Orthodox Cathedral Holy Trinity
Best Day Tours in Sibiu
- Hiking Tour in the Carpathian Mountains
- Day Trip to Villa Abbatis – The Saxon trail with an Equestrian Adventure
- Day Tour to Brasov and Bran
- Sleep in the ICE HOTEL at Balea Lake
- Sibiu by bike
1. Hilton Sibiu 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sibiu România
Offering free pool and spa access, Hilton Sibiu is 50 m from the open-air Astra National Museum of Traditional Folk Art. It features air-conditioned accommodation with free Wifi and cable TV.
The spacious rooms feature balconies with views of the Carpathian Mountains.Hilton Sibiu features an indoor swimming pool, saunas and steam bath, Cleopatra bath, relaxation and meditation rooms and a gym area with Precor equipment.
Hotel Hilton offers 3 high-class restaurants: The Madrigal for breakfast, Teppanyaki Japanese restaurant, and The Romanian Traditional Restaurant. Breakfast can be served via room service for an extra charge.
The hotel features and Executive Lounge available for guests staying in Executive room types. The lounge offers complimentary breakfast, snacks and refreshments throughout the day, evening beverages & canapés (at a set time).
Nestled in Dumbrava Sibiului Natural Park, this understated hotel is 6 km from The Bridge of Lies and 5 km from the Franz Binder Museum of Universal Ethnography.
Formal rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, plus marble bathrooms and balconies. Some have sitting areas and/or sofabeds. Upgraded quarters offer access to a club lounge with complimentary breakfast, snacks and drinks.
Amenities include 3 restaurants, a bar, and meeting and event space. Other amenities include a gym, a gift shop and an indoor pool. There’s also a spa with saunas, and meditation and steam rooms. Breakfast and parking are available.
Finding an ideal charming resort in Sibiu does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hilton Sibiu, a nice option for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Sibiu, Hilton Sibiu is located a short distance from Orthodox Cathedral (2.6 mi) and Turnul Dulgherilor (2.6 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and a minibar, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the resort.
Hilton Sibiu Hotel features a concierge and room service, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and a lounge.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the French restaurants, including Capsicum, Sucré, and Hug The Plate, all of which are a short distance from Hilton Sibiu Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, Muzeul Civilizatiei Populare Traditionale ASTRA (0.6 mi) and Emil Sigerus Museum of Saxon Ethnography and Folk Art (0.6 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hilton Sibiu.
Hilton Sibiu looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Sibiu.
The only reason why you might not want to stay at this hotel could be that the walking distance to the old town is about 45 min – but then you could always take a taxi.
I just wanted to enjoy the hotel and its surroundings. It is set in a beautiful forest, just across the street from the Sibiu zoo which makes for a nice walk with its little lake.
I loved my room on the last floor, the gym, the spa ( had a massage there ) and of course the breakfast. Apart from the international Hilton breakfast items, you have local delicacies. Catalin explained everything very well and I am happy I did not miss out on these specialities.
Try the local bread types ( one made with potatoes), add some butter and the homemade sour cherry jam. Extraordinary. Or the local cheeses, like the bellow cheese that you carve out with a spoon. What a treat this breakfast is.
The staff in general, not only Catalin at breakfast, was helpful, friendly, extremely professional and at the same time discreet and laid back.
The hotel is about 10 minutes drive from old town. It will be best suited for those with cars. But taxi fare is cheap and readily available, I see no reason why discounting this hotel if you don’t drive.
The hotel is old fashioned and old in many ways. Some curtains have holes and don’t cover up properly. For those who need to sleep in darkness, this presents an issue in summer when day is long.
Breakfast is descent with lovely breeds and varieties of Romanian dishes to sample. Service at breakfast is excellent. Executives lounge is always empty and practically no one takes breakfast there. I think it might as well be shut down to conserve the wasted food and energy. The restaurants downstairs are more than enough.
The Hilton, Sibiu is a reasonably modern hotel set outside the city amidst parks and woodland. It has excellent facilities including a good sized pool and spa facility which was clean, relaxing and a great use of time when the weather was not so good. Breakfast is included and is well presented with a choice of cooked and continental dishes. There are two main restaurants within the hotel together with an English bar and there are a number of other restaurants within walking distance too.
An added bonus is there is one of Europe’s largest outdoor museums just down the road which is well worth a visit. A short (10 minutes) taxi ride takes you to the centre of Sibiu where there are numerous restaurants, bars and attractions in the medieval setting of the Squares and streets which makes up the centre. Overall, a great place to visit and stay.
How much does a room costs at Hilton Sibiu ?
Prices start 210$/night for King Hilton Room.
Balcony with Dumbrava Forest views. Marble bathroom, Crabtree & Evelyn cosmetics, LCD TV.
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2. ART Hotel 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Sibiu Romania
Ideally located in the historical center of Sibiu, this 4-star hotel is within 450 m of the Council Tower of Sibiu, 250 m of Albert Huet Square and 270 m of Piata Mare. ART Hotel offers a terrace, restaurant and shared lounge, free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk.
This boutique hotel comes with bright and air-conditioned rooms. Each features a flat-screen TV, a desk and a private bathroom with free toiletries. For additional comfort, room service can be provided.
A buffet breakfast with continental options is served at the in-house restaurant every morning. Different drinks are also available at the on-site bar. The hotel offers newspapers, a fax machine and photocopier that guests can use.
A 3-minute walk from Muzeul Național Brukenthal, this chic hotel is 5 minutes on foot from panoramic city views at the 13th-century Council Tower of Sibiu. It’s a 14-minute walk from Sibiu train station.
Elegant rooms and suites with quilted headboards provide flat-screen TVs. Some offer rustic-chic decor, wood-paneled walls, and/or glass-enclosed bathrooms with freestanding tubs.
Amenities include a sophisticated restaurant and a terrace.
Not a great fan of the breakfast selection but I loved that they had sweets and fruit you could grab and enjoy later in the day.
staff is welcoming, rich breakfast, very good coffee & a 5-minute walk away is the center, the cathedrals, the town hall, the Brukenthal Palace.
If you travel by car, there is public parking near the hotel, 0,5 euro per hour or 2,5 euro per day.I absolutely recommend it and I am sure is it will be a great choice for foreign tourists who like to travel and who also love luxury accommodation.
How much does a room costs at ART Hotel ?
Prices start 109$/night for Deluxe King Room.
Where to book online – ART Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Sibiu Romania – you can find the best hotels deals in Sibiu during Sibiu International Theatre Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sibiu on Booking.com or Agoda.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Ramada Sibiu Hotel 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Sibiu
The Ramada Sibiu Hotel is a modern 4-star hotel in the historical city centre, 50 m from the pedestrian area and the large square; guests benefit from free Wi-Fi. A large conference centre is available.
The Ramada Sibiu Hotel offers a panorama lift from which guests can enjoy views over the Old Town. The Atrium Restaurant and 2 elegant bars can also be found in this elegant hotel. Each morning, guests can start the day with a varied breakfast buffet.
A shuttle service from and to Sibiu International Airport is available on request. Alternatively, the airport can be reached within 30 minutes by public transport.
This modern hotel is 1.1 km from the Brukenthal National Museum and a 12-minute walk from Sibiu Lutheran Cathedral.
The contemporary rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and scenic views. The suites add living areas.
A breakfast buffet is free. Other amenities include a restaurant and a lobby bar/lounge, plus a fitness center and a sauna.
The hotel is nice, we enjoyed our stay, though we expected a little more from a 4 star Ramada hotel, regarding room cleanliness and its daily cleaning. The second (large! room) included a small kitchen area but without any eating tools. The shower in the second room did not work, and water pressure was low in the main room shower. Hotel central location is very good, with nice view from the windows. Breakfast was very good and the staff is friendly. For extra 5 Euros per day, we had hotel parking (which cannot be reserved in advance).
The best features of this hotel are the central location and the views from the room. It’s very easy to go sightseeing as the hotel is just on the edge of the historic old town. There are pedestrian tunnels to safely get you there. My room was clean, quite modern and rather spacious. Also the breakfast was tasty and the staff professional. Therefore my whole experience was quite pleasing.
Wanted a hotel with air conditioning and central location. Great for both plus a great breakfast buffet. Needed to be instructed on how to cross the busy intersection by way of underpass. Close walk to old town area a slight uphill walk. Deep soaking bath tub with shower.
Talking about the inside of the hotel, the design and quality are exquisite. Being a group of young adults with high standards, the overall feel of the place was one of the key aspects of our stay. The design and colour palette was just right and the position of fundamental areas such as the reception was perfect. The lobby and the reception war spotless, the staff was welcoming and answered all our questions patiently.
Regarding the room, we were staying in one of the apartments halfway the height.
First of all, the view from the sixth floor is just spectacular both during the day and at night. The room was extremely nice and very clean, we had 2 big bathrooms, a living room and a huge bedroom. Each of the bathrooms was different, one having a shower and the other one a bathtub.
The bed was a king one, extremely cosy. The living room had a large flat screen, a mini kitchen and a sofa with two armchairs. Overall, a great place to sleep in.
The restaurant had a variety of food for all tastes which was great. The hotel also has jazzy bars, a gym, and pool tables.
Overall, our stay was great and the staff was at height with their services! I recommend Ramada if you would like to have a spectacular holiday.
The rooms are big with nice design, AC , big bathroom , and the bed is sooooo comfy , I loved it . The hotel is placed 5 min walking from the center of the city , it has a parking place near the hotel and also one underground, big reception and lobby , 2 restaurants , rich and diverse breakfast.
They have also one gym and massage service (never tried them) . Always stayed at upper floors and if you ask room with view to the old town you’ll have a nice view.
The room was at the 12th floor with a good view of the old town. The breakfast was great and the staff were very friendly and helpful. As a person who travel around the world on a regular basis, I can tell that it’s one of the best hotel I stayed in the recent days. All the main attractions were walkable from the hotel and it makes it even more convenient and comfortable so that I could spend more time enjoying the local attractions of Sibiu rather than worrying about the local commute.
How much does a room costs at Ramada Sibiu Hotel ?
Prices start 78$/night for Queen Room.
Where to book online – Ramada Sibiu Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Sibiu Romania – you can find the best hotels deals in Sibiu during Sibiu International Theatre Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Sibiu on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.