Continental Hotels is the most important Romanian hotel group, this statement being supported by our presence on the hotel market since 1991, when the company was incorporated, but also by the quality of our services.
Initially, the Continental Hotel Chain included the homonymous hotel complexes in Bucharest, Sibiu, Cluj-Napoca, Tîrgu-Mureș and Constanța, amounting to a total of 403 rooms, plus the Continental Hotel in Timișoara, which has never really become part of the chain, although it was assigned to the Continental Company, under a Government Decision.
After being fully privatised in 1995, SC CONTINENTAL SA went through a flourishing period of development, supported by the efficient use of the capitals brought in by important shareholders.
The most importan moments from our history are:
Year of Continental Hotel chain established
SC Continental SA is privatized
Hotel Dacia from Oradea, hotel Parc and motel Portile de Fier from Drobeta Turnu Severin joined the hotel chain
Hotel Astoria from Arad became part of the Continental chain
Hotel Arcasul from Suceava became part of the Continental chain
Opening Ibis Gara de Nord under Accor Management
Purchasing the Gaiser hotel complex in Timisul de Sus
Selling the Continental Villa from Cluj
Selling the Continental Hotel in Cluj
Opening Ibis Constanta and Ibis Palatul Parlamentului under Accor Management
Over taking the Boulevard Hotel from Sibiu
Closing the Continental Hotel Bucharest for refurbishment
Signing the agreement with the Accor Group for the development of the Ibis hotel network in Romania
Opening the hotel Continental Forum in Sibiu (in the building of the previous Boulevard Hotel)
Closing the hotel Continental Sibiu for refurbishment
Rebranding Continental Forum Arad and Continental Forum Oradea
Opening Hello Hotels in Bucharestt
The refurbishment and reopening of Grand Hotel Continental in Bucharest.
The opening of Ibis Sibiu under Accor management which follows the refurbishment of the old Continental Hotel in Sibiu
The rebranding of Continental Forum Tirgu-Mures