When passion for Hospitality blends harmoniously with an appreciation of nature, quality, and good taste, the result is unique: Aparthotel Nox.

Aparthotel Nox is the newest 4-star accommodation unit in Cluj-Napoca and is located in a quiet, newly developed area of ​​the city. 25 minutes away is the “Avram Iancu” International Airport and nearby is a shopping center.

Aparthotel Nox stands out for its flexibility, generosity, attention to detail, friendly service, and competitive rates.

Our vision is to spread the word about the warmth of Romanian hospitality, being a reference hotel for all those who come to Cluj-Napoca both for short periods and for extended stays.

Our mission is to exceed the daily expectations of our guests through our generous facilities and excellent services that support our commitment to being renowned promoters of local Hospitality.


Aparthotel Nox offers facilities such as spacious apartments, free high-speed WiFi, a restaurant, a panoramic terrace, secure private parking, an electric car park, and a 24-hour reception.


The apartments are spacious, equipped with all the facilities suitable for a business trip, for a couple’s retreat, or a family stay: intelligent access system, desk, living room, fully equipped kitchen (refrigerator, induction hob, coffee maker, microwave, toaster ), bedroom and terrace or balcony, free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, safe. The bathrooms come with a shower, hairdryer, towels, bathrobes, and free toiletries.

The Nox penthouse on the secluded floor of the building is designed to offer guests a unique experience where they can benefit from the facilities and comfort of a 90 sqm fully equipped apartment, and a panoramic terrace of 100 sqm, with a jacuzzi and relaxation area.


Cluj-Napoca, the largest city in Romania after the capital Bucharest, stands out internationally through an emblematic synergy between cultural life, business environment, tourism, university life, and entertainment.

With important historical and university imprints, Cluj-Napoca keeps alive the effervescence of contemporary and tourist daily life.

If you visit Cluj-Napoca, we invite you to explore and enjoy the unique beauty of the main places to visit in the city.


Concerts, festivals, sports competitions, cultural shows, exhibitions, parties, conferences, book launches, film screenings – all compose like the pieces of a huge puzzle the image of an effervescent city such as Cluj-Napoca.

Untold Festival, Electric Castle, TIFF, Jazz in the Park, Sports Festival, International Book Festival, concerts by Romanian or foreign artists, business conferences are just a few examples of the most important events that put the city of Cluj-Napoca on the world map.

business centers

Cluj-Napoca is the fastest growing city in the European Union, according to a report published by the World Bank. The city of Cluj-Napoca has developed both vertically and horizontally, bringing together real business poles, with local, national, and international impact.

The Office Business Center, Maestro Business Center, Olimpia Business Center, Iulius Business Center, United Business Center Tower, Tetarom, Liberty Technology Park are just some of the business centers in Cluj-Napoca.


If you visit Cluj-Napoca, we invite you to explore and enjoy the unique beauty of the main places to visit in the city:

Unirii Square – With the Church of St. Michael and the statue of Matei Corvin, located in the middle, Unirii Square in Cluj-Napoca is an impressive tourist attraction, in the heart of the city.

St. Michael’s Church – St. Michael’s Church is one of the most representative Gothic buildings in Romania. Built between the 14th and 15th centuries, the church is located in the current Unirii Square.

“Alexandru Borza” Botanical Garden – On an area of ​​14 hectares and on land with a varied configuration, the Botanical Garden is a great place to grow, develop and see plants from different continents. Currently, the Botanical Garden of Cluj-Napoca hosts over 10,000 different plants.

The Citadel – The Citadel is a Habsburg fortification built between 1715 and 1735, according to the plans of the military architect Giovanni M. Visconti.

Art Museum – It is one of the most famous museum institutions with an artistic profile in Romania, with a valuable heritage, which includes Romanian and universal art, dating from the fifteenth century to today.

Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania – Founded in 1922, the Ethnographic Museum of Transylvania is both the first ethnographic museum in Romania and the first Romanian museum designed based on a scientific program.

Museum Square – The Museum Square is the oldest square in Cluj, located in the center of the first fortified enclosure of the old fortress. Formerly called the Little Square, the now-beloved square takes its name from the National Museum of History of Transylvania, located at the western end of the square.

Turda Salt Mine – is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in the world. It is the “underworld” that humans created in a special natural environment, in the depths of Transylvania, digging in the salt deposited after the evaporation of the sea that covered the entire region millions of years ago. If necessary, the Turda Salt Mine could provide the necessary salt for the entire planet for 60 years.


Piarist Church – is the first Catholic church built in Transylvania after the Protestant Reformation. The building is also the first Baroque-style ecclesiastical building in the province.

The Mirror Street – The Mirror Street in Cluj-Napoca, or its official name Iuliu Maniu Street, is a unique objective in the Transylvania area, built according to the modern concept of Paris in the vision of the architect Hausmann.

Central Park – Central Park “Simion Bărnuțiu” is a real oasis of relaxation for both locals and tourists. Central Park is one of the main green spaces in the central area of ​​the city, covering an area of ​​approximately 13 hectares.

Casino Urban Cultural Center – The building is a historical monument, being built at the end of the 19th century, in an eclectic Viennese style. The building is famous for the many artistic and cultural events it hosts throughout the year.

Tailors ‘Tower – Over 500 years ago, the Tailors’ Tower in Cluj was probably the strongest point of defense of the Citadel, being in the area most exposed to dangers. Named after the guild initially responsible for its maintenance and defense, the Tailors’ Tower was repeatedly destroyed and rebuilt.

Orthodox Cathedral – It was built for ten years, between 1920-1930, immediately after the union of Transylvania with Romania.

Avram Iancu Square – One of the largest squares in Cluj, Avram Iancu Square was, until the second half of the 19th century, a training ground for soldiers, which became a pasture, and then a cattle and wood fair. In the second half of the 19th century, the area was redesigned for the civic expansion of the city.

The Apuseni Mountains – are the mountain range in Transylvania, part of the Western Carpathians that are characterized by a karstic relief and include over 400 caves and several gorges.