About Vega Hotel
Mamaia Resort, the ideal location for a holiday, whether as a family or a couple
Vega is a unique place, not only because of its location and the services offered, but also because of its history; seemingly, every wall softly murmurs, a fascinating story from the past. Built in the 1970’s, Vega Hotel has been part of a large-scale project to develop the northern Mamaia. This was the chosen destination not only for the elite of bygone days, but also for a record number of tourists from all corners of Europe. During the 1980’s, the hotel complex of which Vega was part of, was the most successful in Mamaia. The 1990’s, however, being marked by significant historical events, saw the decline of tourism in general, while the first decade of the new millennium saw the revitalisation of the resort once known as the “pearl of the Romanian coast”. In 2012, Mamaia won the title of “Best Clubbing City” at an international fashion & entertainment awards show in Monte Carlo, an accolade bestowed in previous years upon the likes of Saint-Tropez and Ibiza.
Following a thorough process of renovation and modernisation, the Vega Hotel in Mamaia reopened in summer 2008, classified as a luxury 5-star hotel. The entire Vega concept was born of an ambitious project which aimed to redefine quality service on the Romanian coast, whilst offering its guests an unprecedented experience. The contribution which Vega has made to local development was recognized at the Romanian Tourism Gala, where the hotel took the prize for the largest investment on the coast and for the first Blue Flag certified beach in Romania. Thus, the hotel’s history brings it a unique atmosphere: retro, yet contemporary, vintage, yet so up-to-date.
Vega, filming location for Nea Marin Miliardar
The Vega Hotel was one of the locations used in the filming of the Romanian comedy-movie milestone: Nea Marin Miliardar. Its stars have passed through here, the rooms of the hotel having been used by these great artists of their age: Stela Popescu, Draga Olteanu-Matei, Sebastian Papaiani, Jean Constantin, Amza Pellea and Sergiu Nicolaescu. Today, the Vega Hotel undertakes to welcome and spoil every guest like a real star.
Vega, a Feng Shui hotel in Mamaia
Harmony and intimacy have been the guiding principles behind the hotel’s renovation, with the help of architects and designers in vogue. Thus, the classical elements of Feng Shui harmony govern the hotel in a sophisticated and discreet way. The first three floors represent fire (red), the next two, earth (brown), floors six and seven, water (marine blue) and the last floor, air (white). The overall layout, the colouring inspired by the Feng Shui elements, the arrangement of furniture and internal decorations, the rounded lines and the way light is captured, as well as the location of the hotel itself (all rooms have a sea view, owing to its position perpendicular to the shoreline) are meant to collectively bring a state of relaxation and peace to anyone staying with us.
Elegant yet friendly, suitable for businessmen, artists and bohemians alike, for young couples looking for a romantic break or for families, Vega is more than a 5-star Hotel: it is a pleasant experience, which combines discreet luxury with a welcoming personality, where different needs and tastes are satisfied harmoniously.
Vega Turism policy
VEGA’s mission is to provide accommodation, beauty services, ticketing and high quality catering, in order to be always above guest`s expectations and to achieve our main goal: THE PLEASURE TO INDULGE.
- competitive services
- food safety
- competent staff
- high performance management system
- innovative infrastructure which will enable requirement`s satisfaction
- environmental protection and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements