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Hotel Calarasi
Str. 1 Decembrie 1918, nr. 2, 910019 Călăraşi, Romania

This property is a 11-minute walk from the beach. In Calarasi, next to the Central Park and the Borcea Branch riverbank, Hotel Calarasi houses a restaurant with international menu, as well as a bar and a 24-hour reception. All rooms come equipped with a TV and a fridge. Each unit contains a private bathroom with a shower and free toiletries, and some are air-conditioned and with a seating area. Wi-Fi is available in public areas free of charge. Car rental and airport shuttle can be organized on request and at an additional cost. Calarasi Bus Station is reachable in 656 feet, while the train station is 0.9 mi away. Private parking is possible at the Calarasi Hotel for free.

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