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  • WE LOVE HAPPY GUESTS!

    Welcome to Casa Luxemburg*** !

    Lean back and enjoy this introduction to an unusual hotel with exceptional rooms looking out over a city that in 2007 was designated European Cultural Capital. Situated in the very heart of Sibiu, Casa Luxemburg still preserves unique architectural elements thus reminding you of initial charm from the 13th century.

    Each room has its particular style and you can choose to stay in any of them enjoying picturesque views of the Liars’ Bridge, the Evangelic Cathedral or the Council Tower.

    Come and visit Sibiu! Only then can we welcome you not just virtually but really.


    LATEST EVENTS 2016

    Art exposition – Faust: Vanity and Despair

    Artist: Alexander Cînean

    Duration: 6 May – 03 June 2016

    Opening: 05 May 2016,  15:00h

    Exhibition : Museum of Contemporary Art

    Partner: Theatre „Radu Stanca” Sibiu

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    Brukenthal National Museum invites you to the personal exhibition of visual artist Alexandru Cînean entitled Faust: Vanity and Despair.

    The opening will take place at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tribunei Street, no. 6, Sibiu, Romania, on May 6, 2016, 15:00h.

    The exhibition will be curated by Prof. Univ. Dr. D.h.c. Jan Maere and Dr. Alexandru Sonoc.

     


    Easter Fair from The Big Square 22.04 – 03.05.2016

    For 12 days the Easter Fair will be opened in The Big Square for the locals and the tourists. You can buy beautiful presents, specific Easter decorations, craft items and you can also spend pleasant moments in an atmosphere of celebration.

    Enjoy an amazing Easter Fair in Sibiu !

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    Casa Luxemburg number 1 on TripAdvisor

    Dear Guests,
    Thank you for taking the time to post your review on Tripadvisor.
    Because of your positive feedback, Casa Luxemburg won the Certificate of Excellence for 2015 and is Number 1 of 29 hotels in Sibiu on TripAdvisor.

    Thank you for choosing us and also for the future recommendations. In the name of the entire team I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you as our guest for your next visit to Sibiu.

     

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    Drumul Salvador Dali

    The „Salvador Dali Road” will present 40 original lithographs from the Bible Sacra. Thez were created between 1963 and 1964 at the urging of Giuseppe Albaretto. He wanted to confront the Dali with its Christian roots. Illustrating automatically the artist also needed to reflect on biblical passages. Originally, they were painted watercolor illustration, and in 1970 were transposed by Dali himself in lithography technique.

    Tickets for „Drumul Salvador Dali” (20 adults Lei, 10 Lei pupils and students) go on sale from Monday, August 17th 2015. They are available at the reception Hotel Casa Luxemburg Piata Mica nr. 16, as well as at exhibition locations. A ticket is valid for all 5 locations. Transylvania Card holders dispose of free entrance.

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    Dali’s Bible is actually „Sacred Bible” or „Bible of Jersusalem” with illustrations made by Salvador Dali.
    In the mid 1950s, Salvador Dali knew  Mara  and Giuseppe Albaretto and – against his nature – had a close friendship with them. That was also because he was fascinated by their little girl. Albaretto became Dali’s Italian family and their friendship lasted until his death.
    In turn, Giuseppe and Mara Albaretto  became collectors and fans of Dali’s works.
    From here originate some important Dali creations, including 40 illustrations of the Bible. Giuseppe Albaretto wanted that Dali should confront his christian roots, and therefore asked him to illustrate the Bible. He tought that illustrating the Holy Scriptures is not possible without opening yourself to its „Spirit”.
    These lithographs by Salvador Dali will accompany you along the way in the fortified churches of 13 September to 31 October 2015.