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September 25, 2021

Many tempting offers available on Prahova Valley for the Easter Holiday

Keeping the tradition, the Prahova Valley resorts continue to be the perfect destination for the Easter holiday. The confirmation comes in the context in which, a week before Easter, most of the accommodation and meal offerings launched a few months ago were no longer valid, and seats are already occupied. The truth is that, given that there is still snow at the highest elevations, in the mountains, hoteliers had only benefits, welcoming the tourists who wanted to spent the Resurrection of the Lord in a winter landscape with all the kinds of temping offers; however, the prices are high, either we speak about Busteni, Sinaia or Azuga.

Thus, with a fascinating history and a splendid landscape, owning also a restaurant with French cuisine, the Cantacuzino Caste from Busteni has come with an offer calculated in Euro, for those who wanted to spend the Easter holiday in a totally different place. Specifically, a three-night package was proposed, including also the Easter dinner on April 7, and the Easter lunch, the price being EUR 360 for one person. It was mentioned that the price of the stay also includes visiting the Cantacuzino Castle and the Art Gallery exhibition; children under the age of 6 benefit from a discount.

As for the offers in the most known resort of the Prahova Valley, Sinaia, the offers were also in a competition. Thus, the offer of one of the four-star hotels included a traditional festive dinner and an artistic program at the special price of RON 1,240/double room (two persons), RON 930/single room (one person). The offer included three nights of accommodation, breakfast included (from April 6 to 9, or from April 7 to 10, depending on the customer’s choice). It was mentioned that in the Easter night those who will opt for this offer will also have a traditional welcome, with red eggs, wine and sponge cake. A raffle with prizes will also be organized during the stay; one of the benefits offered is the access to the SPA center (pool, sauna and fitness room).

The Easter offer of a three-star hotel in Sinaia was RON 410 for one person and included three-night accommodation, from April 6 to 9, breakfast (Swedish buffet), access to sauna, fitness and Jacuzzi, traditional snacks in the Easter night: red eggs, sponge cake and Easter cake, red wine; traditional Easter breakfast was also included; children under the age of 10 benefit from free accommodation in the same room with their parents, In this case, the booking could be confirmed only when performing an advance payment of 50% of the price; the due amount was to be paid no later than April 1, 2018.

Another four-star hotel, also from Sinaia, had pretty tempting offers; tourists could opt for the stay period, respectively April 6 to 9 or April 7 to 10; prices varied depending on the room, as follows: twin room – RON 725/person/stay, executive room – RON 794/person/stay, deluxe room – RON 869/person/stay, junior suite room – RON 1,0001/person/stay. The above mentioned prices include: 3-night accommodation; breakfast – Swedish buffet; welcome with Holy Fire and host in the Easter night; traditional snacks in the Easter night, with lamb tripe, red eggs, Easter cake, sponge cake, red wine; on the Easter day, children will participate in the egg and bunny “hunting”; traditional dinner will be prepared for the Easter day.

In Azuga, the announced Eater offer was RON 380 for one person, for a three-night package, at a three-star tourist complex at the base of the Sorica ski slope and 2 km far from DN1. In addition to the Easter festive dinner, the offer also included access to sauna and a 25% discount at the entertainment complex (bowling, table tennis, games), and a 20% discount for a ride with the gondola lift.




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