Most expensive hotel centre in Romania on sale: costs EUR 30 M

The most expensive hotel put up for sale in Romania has an estimated value of EUR 30 M and is located in the Neptun-Olimp seaside resort, having a surface of almost 10,800 square meters and 334 rooms, according to a report authored by

Located 38 kilometres south of Constanta, in the Neptun-Olimp resort, the hotel centre consists of three hotels (Amfiteatru, Belvedere and Panoramic), all having 7 floors and totalling over 750 rooms. The centre has been on sale for over three years now and is owned by businessman Josef Goschy. The businessman bought the centre for EUR 30 M in 2008 and in 2012 asked for EUR 60 M for the three hotels.

In downtown Arad a 40-room hotel has been put up for sale for EUR 25 M, Agerpres informs.

In the centre of Bucharest (Universitate – Magheru area) a three-or-four-star hotel has a starting price of EUR 18.95 M. The 13-floor hotel is located on a plot of land of 1,100 square meters, has 127 rooms and an average occupancy rate of 50 per cent, according to Also in Bucharest, in the Cotroceni area, a 78-room four-star hotel can be bought for EUR 8.5 M. The hotel includes two conference rooms, a bar and a restaurant.

Another hotel located in downtown Bucharest (Unirii area) can be bought for EUR 6.5 M, while in the Grigorescu area a hotel is put up for sale for EUR 6 M.

In the Venus seaside resort a 13-floor hotel with 206 rooms is put up for sale for EUR 5.5 M. Also at the seaside, another hotel centre, this time located in the Cap Aurora resort, can be bought for EUR 5.2 M.


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