MATCA, opening this fall in Transylvania, marries authentic local design with modern amenities. Offering 16 rooms and 10 private villas, it sets a new standard in Romanian hospitality.
Romania is a place of historic crossroads of civilizations. Rich in wild nature and intact cultural heritage, this is Transylvania. Surrounded by the Carpathian Mountains, Transylvania is one of those very few, privileged and pristine regions in Europe that still enjoys the purest of authenticities. Century-old traditions survive along some of Europe’s largest forests with splendid flora and fauna.
Opening this fall, MATCA offers 16 exclusive guest rooms and junior suites plus 10 private villas that seem to have been dropped on a hilltop by divine inspiration, overlooking the Bucegi and Piatra Craiului mountains. Guest rooms offer a perfect combination of authentic Transylvanian style and contemporary elegance and comfort, unseen to date in Romania. Paired with a magnificent SPA and a restaurant inspired by a new local culinary awakening, MATCA is quintessentially Transylvanian.
MATCA translates into English as queen of the bees. Since ancient times and across all cultures, the honeybee, and especially the queen bee, is a symbol of wealth, good luck, and prosperity, said to be diligent, sociable, pure, wise and creative. We have incorporated these values into our philosophy and are continually looking for additional opportunities to incorporate the health-benefiting products manufactured by our bee colony to the benefit of our bees and guests alike. MATCA furthermore disseminates values related to and products manufactured by our bee colony.
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