A few years ago we discovered this quiet and lovely place. Recently we saw it again and we were impressed by some changes. We observed new fences,renewed and paved parking and renovated building. On the outside walls,we noticed a frame in the form of medieval window containing a mosaic inside which represents, according to the receptionist, the first exposition of the Tetraevangel of Humor in the mosaic on a building wall. On the wall of the reception,there also are three medallions representing the most important personalities that contribuited to the Great Union since 1918. Otherwise,the same beautiful and elegant place,with a lot of flowers,quiet and welcoming people. Whenever we will have the opportunity to return to the area,we will gladly stay to this wonderful place.
Horrible place we got a tiny room on the third floor no elevator rather difficult for mid ages most of the lamps didn’t function and above all when you want to take a shower at night you have or burning water or very cold water this after ten time of trail to have shower. The lady in the reception tried to fix it with no success although most of the hotel was empty she insisted on not changing the room to functional one so be aware
We stayed at the Villa Alice Hotel and found the staff and facilities excellent. Price was a little high but reasonably. Room was large, quite, and comfortable. Free wi-fi. There was a huge bathroom with large bathtub with water jets. We paid about $6 each for a buffet breakfast and it was decent but not a lot of selections. Location is downtown and walking distance of about 2 blocks to main bus station and 4 blocks to bus stop where you can catch bus #2 that goes to a huge Mall and on to the train station. If you arrive by train you can take Bus #2 to downtown. It’s about 3 miles.
Arrived by train from Cluj in to Suceava at 16:17 on 25th October. The station is north of the town - a 10 minute drive – so we got a taxi to the hotel. Booking was made directly with the hotel - Villa Alice, str. Simion Florea Marian - a 5 minute walk from the centre and the bus station, from where we were departing the following afternoon, en route to cross the border into Ukraine. This is a cosy and well appointed hotel with a large and comfortable bed in our room. They have a range of rooms in the hotel – from 3* to 5* - depending on size of room, bed and - it seems bathroom facilities. We were in a 4* room – which had a rather ‘complex’ (sophisticated) shower which looked to be capable of all sorts of magic. (This is a bit of a bete-noire with me : I don't much go for 'overly multi'-functional showers. To my mind, as long as they give you a good hot shower without too much complexity, I am happy - I'm not up for being 'terrorised' by bathing facilities. Heaven alone knows what the shower would do in the 5* room.) Breakfast was overseen by a very attentive lady who wanted to ensure we had everything we needed and was keen to ensure we understood how to avail ourselves of all that was on offer before she left for Church. Hot breakfast options were given to us as well as a giant plate of cheese and other items were also offered (it felt a little like an over-indulgent grandmother ensuring we had enough to eat). Very sweet, hospitable and unique. A lovely little hotel that they look to be expanding on and improving on - they seemed to be working on it very industriously (but all the while unobtrusively). It is in a good location close to the centre of the town. If visiting again, I would definitely stay.…
Nice place! the bed surprised us, it's literally HUGE bed! The bathroom is very big too! The only problem was the brekfast...you have to pay extra 25ron/person and it's very poor. No offence, the condition are 5 stars but the brekfast 1 star. Maybe he can work at this point because the acomodation deserve 5 stars.