Trying to find an affordable Oradea, Romania hotel for your tour of Transylvania or travel to or from Hungary? Qiu Hotel Rooms is a comfortable, attractive Oradea accommodation near Liberty Square ( Piaţa Libertăţii ) and the Crişul Repede river. The accommodation is located in a quiet area of the downtown, on the pedestrian area called Calea Republicii, a commercial area entirely occupied by shops and cafes whose program runs until around 8 p.m. Its privileged location gives the hotel guests the possibility of accessing different points of interest, day or night, and is extremely comfortable taking just a few minutes walk from the accommodation. Qiu Hotel Rooms maintains no staffed reception area, which allows it to offer its modern guest rooms at an extremely reasonable price. Upon request, this 3 star hotel can provide laundry and dry cleaning service, car rental, and shuttle service to and from the airport. Guests can use the hotel’s shoe-polishing machine, and there’s also a small meeting room. Qiu Hotel Rooms offers a modern accommodation system with great emphasis on privacy and freedom. Booking has never been so easy for travelers since it can be done with a simple phone call or online. The hotel is located in a quiet area of Oradea on the northern side of the Crişul Repede river, 1 block from the city’s courthouse and the museum honoring Hungarian poet Endre Ady. Many of the main Oradea attractions are a short walk across the river, including the Black Eagle Palace ( Pasajul Vulturul Negru ) shopping galleria; an Orthodox church called Biserica cu Lună, known for its unusual astronomical clock indicating the phases of the moon; and the pentagonal fort called Cetatea Oradea, or Oradea Fortress. Visitors often take a bus to the Băile Felix health spas just outside the city. Qiu Hotel Rooms is approx. 2.4 km/1.5 miles from the Oradea central train station and 6.6 km/4.1 miles from Oradea International Airport. Moreover, the quality of this stunning accommodation is guaranteed by the highest authority of Romania, The Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism.