See why so many travellers make Casa Iurca de Calinesti their inn of choice when visiting Sighetu Marmatiei. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
While staying at Casa Iurca de Calinesti, visitors can check out Cimitirul Săracilor (1.6 mi), which is a popular Sighetu Marmatiei attraction.
Rooms at Casa Iurca de Calinesti offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a seating area providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this inn. Free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Casa Iurca de Calinesti, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out J'ador Espresso Bar, one of the wine bars that can be found in Sighetu Marmatiei, which is a short distance from Casa Iurca de Calinesti.
If you’re looking for something to do, Memorial of the Victims of Communism and of the Resistance (0.3 mi) and The Elie Wiesel Memorial House - The Museum of the Jewish Culture in Maramures (0.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Casa Iurca de Calinesti.
At Casa Iurca de Calinesti, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Sighetu Marmatiei.
After an unpleasant experience in a restaurant in the Budesti area, they convinced me to drive a 30-minute drive 2 days in a row to be able to eat lunch at their place. A location that is always almost full or even full with friendly waiters and a vast menu and delicious food. A restaurant that is "must eat" in Sighetul Marmatiei
The room is nice, but a bit old-fashioned. The food in the restaurant is very good but the staff is not very interested. The breakfast is also very good. The wooden building gives a nice atmosphere. A nice place if you want to explore Sighetu Marmației and its surroundings.
The food was ok, the staff is terrible. For a single command there were multiple errors such as the Ice teas on the menu are 500ml but we got only 250ml and they said this is the only one they have for the same price. Also after 5-6 visits/checks the waitress still made errors. The milk for the coffee was perforated and poured on the sugar.
Best experience in Maramures so far, the restaurant and the food both are amazing. If you want to see what you were looking for in Maramures this is the place that you must visit! Cheap and tasty as well :)
We chose this place as it was the 1# for Sighet according to Tripadvisor. Initially we went there at around 5 pm and it was full, so we booked a table for 7 pm that day, which we could do. Because we viewed various reviews talking abt the long waiting time we were prepared to spend a long time until someone would bother to take our order. But, to our surprise, it no more than 15 minutes a waiter was at our table and it took no more than other 20 minutes to have our dinner served. We had a traditional cheese pie which i truly recommend (be aware, there's 1 kg!!!), eggplant salad and some traditional meal with sausages, ham and pork. Everything was tasty but huge! The prices are fair for what the place has to offer. Overall, we had a good dinner. Make sure you book a tabel in advance.…
With only few tables occupied and an army of waiters hanging around, we've waited for about 15-20 minutes for someone to take the order (after helping ourselves with the menu, table and asking several times for someone to help us with the order)...after insisting, the waiters were extremely rude and almost yield at us to wait another 10-15 minutes as they had other table to serve. They could easily take an order between serving drinks at other tables. We immediately left to another location. I honestly don't understand the high score and good reviews...You're basically treated as sh** in here...
Stayed there with my family for 3 nights.The hotel looks nice and cozy,stuff is very friendly (although they are kind of slow sometimes but that's understandable since all the people in the part of the country are the same-they are not called "ardeleni" for nothing :))Lots of wooden ornaments and the furniture also from wood with that very nice and vintage look.Rooms are spacious and so are the bathrooms.The air conditioning is missing, only an vintage look a like fan is present.This is not very helpful especially in the worm summer nights. The breakfast was fantastic ,really enjoyed it. The receptionist helped us getting reservations for dinner at the near by (attached almost) restaurant with the same name.The food there is also very good and diverse,the portions are big and the stuff is very friendly.Also they are dressed in traditional clothes and ,from time to time,the is one band composed from 1 women and 2 men which are singing traditional songs from that area of the country also dressed in traditional clothes.The bad thing is that is crowded almost every night and if you don't have a reservation you cannot eat there.Of course they are allowing hotel guest to eat there without the reservation but only if there is an available table and no other reservations are made. The rooms are facing the restaurant court yard which can be a bit noisy until 11 PM when the restaurant closes.…
The staff at this hotel were charming as was our accommodation but the room faced the adjoining restaurant where we were unable to get any food on both nights, was rather noisy. Breakfast the first morning looked liked leftovers from the night before but was more interesting than breakfast the next day!
Casa lurca is a gem hidden inside s somewhat ordinary exterior. My room had a comfortable bed, small refrigerator, a rotating fan (perfect for hot, humid summer days), an excellent shower, and best of all - a breezy, porch framed by huge carved beams and a generous overhanging roof. The breakfast buffet included a hearty assortment of sliced cheeses and meats, salads, pastries, fruit, yogurt and an espresso machine. The desk staff were cheerful, helpful and conversant in English. I would definitely stay here again,
Spent 4 nights at Casa lurca as part of a group. Had a single room (two single beds) on the ground floor, beds were very hard but the room was bright and spacious, with a private bathroom, facing the side yard. Lots of parties on the weekend in the attached restaurant and patio, very loud and noisy. On the plus side, the staff were friendly and accommodating. On the negative side, the shower (great shower!) leaks quite badly. Convenient location next to Elie Wiesel Museum and a short stroll to the one operating synagogue and the main square.