Double room with mountain view

Private room in nature lodge hosted by Pavel-Cristian

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 private bathroom
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well suited for working.
Park for free
This is one of the few places in the area with free parking.


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Situated in the middle of nature in an intimate and relaxing setting, only 1.4 km from the oldest spa resort Baile-Herculane, Villa di Pau offers you single/double/triple rooms all with bathrooms, air conditioning, refrigerator, plasma TV, WiFi, balcony and dining place right on the terrace of each room, summer terrace and a double barbeque are at your disposal. Villa di Pau is the guarantee for your ideal stay and your comfort in the middle of nature.

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What this place offers

Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
TV with standard cable/satellite
Air conditioning
Shared backyard – Fully fenced
Indoor fireplace
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Băile Herculane, Județul Caraș-Severin, Romania

The casino

was built at the beginning of the 19th century. Previously considered the most popular casino in Southeast Europe, the building is an architectural gem of the Austrian Baroque style. Next to the stairs The Casino is a rare species of Sequoia Gigantea, planted in the year 1864. Situated a monument of nature, the landscapes are 30 meters high and 1,50 meters tall. The casino area is perfect for the promenade.

The Austrian Imperial Baths,

also known as the Neptune Baths, were built between 1883 and 1886 according to the plans of the architect Ignac Alpar. At that time they were considered one of the most modern spa buildings in Europe. There were 32 booths and 2 pools made of red marble. This is where Austria's spa cura cura cura The kings and children of Austria.

Elisabeth Villa

was built in 1875 in the architectural rococo style. It was originally named Villa Tatartzy, after Carol Tatarczy, the manager of the Baile Herculane resort at the time. In the spring of 1887, Empress Elisabeth (Sissi) of the Habsburg Empire spent several days in this villa, falling in love with the beauty of these places. It is said that here, there was an important meeting of Queen Sissi with Queen Elizabeth I of Romania.

The Stone Bridge

was built in 1865. The Stone Bridge is at the southern end of Hercules Square and connects the Hercules Square Architectural Complex with the Hotel Traian (Rudolf) – Casino – Hotel Decebal (Franz Iosif) Architectural Complex.

The total length of the bridge is 36 meters with a two vaulted structure. The total width of the bridge is 10 meters.

Hercules Square

In this square you will discover some important buildings for the resort and which are real architectural monuments from the 19th - 20th centuries. The Apollo Bath, the Danube Hotel, the Apollo Hotel, the Hebe Bath, the Venus Hotel (built in 1838), the building of the "directors of the baths administration", considered the oldest building in the resort (1811), the Dacia Hotel (built in 1906), the Domogled Hotel (built in 1859) and the Roman Catholic Church (chapel). In the middle of the square stands the statue of Hercules, the symbol of the Baile Herculane resort.

"Neptune" mineral water spring II

The Spring is located on the right bank of the Cerna River, opposite the Eye Spring. It is functional, and to get to take a cup of water you must enter this circular building with a conical roof that houses the Neptune II Spring (also called the Stomach Spring). The spring water is also good for the diabetic.

Statue of Hercules

The symbol of Baile Herculane Resort! It was cast in bronze in 1847 by Austrian masters Ramelmayer and Glantz. The statue depicts the god Hercules bearing on his shoulder the skin of the Nemean lion and a club.

The statue of Hercules was mounted in place of the red marble fountain in the centre of Baile Herculane resort. This was donated by Archduke Charles of Austria to the officers and soldiers guarding the border of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Pavilion 2 (Decebal Hotel)

The hotel was built in 1860 by architect Dodererîn and inaugurated in 1862. He was originally called "Franz Joseph I". The hotel is situated south of the Hercules Square Spa Architecture Complex, on the left bank of the Cerna River, following the Stone Bridge corridor.

The hotel building bears the mark of the Transylvanian Baroque style. The central section of the entrance is decorated on the facade with statues of Esculap and Hygeea. The Hotel "Franz Joseph I" hosted in 1887 the King of Romania, Carol I, together with Queen Elizabeth.

The Domogled Spring

"Drink until the thirst goes away, not having any contradiction", this is the message that is written on the plaque below. The 'Domogled' still water spring has the following beneficial effects on health: indicated in the sodium diet, may have diuretic effects, indicated in the lithiasis diathesis, and is useful in the prophylaxis of hypertension.

Grotto of the Outlaws (The Cave of the Thieves)

First stop, at the meeting between Baile Herculane and Cerna Mountains – a 143 m long cave. Dwelling since the Middle Paleolithic, where do you think his name comes from? From the Roman-era thieves who hid their treasures here!

Hosted by Pavel-Cristian

  1. Joined in May 2021
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House rules

Check-in: 1:00 pm - 12:00 am
Check out: 12:00 pm
No pets
Smoking is allowed

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