Built on the seafront in 1914, near the Casino, Hotel Palace was from the outset a high class hotel for its era, with the owner Baron Edgar de Marçay, one of the shareholders of the casino in Monte Carlo.
Palace was the hotel of gambling buffs. Since its inception, the hotel has been built specifically for players who have been building or unleashing fortunes in the Casino on the Constanţa coast at the beginning of the twentieth century.
The link between Palace and Casino was a natural one, and the distance of about 500 meters that separated the two buildings was within a step alert rich discreet, come from elsewhere, from games rooms and rest rooms. Those who were winning were always at Palace Hotel's reception, but they did not. Some of them, bewildered by the backyards and the thirst of defeat, often found fate among the sharp cliffs that pierced the waves of the sea.
The building was conceived on the high cliff with a monumental ladder that descends right into the sea. The hotel's foundations were extremely durable to protect not only the possible landslides, but also, most of the time, the stormy waves that are common outside the summer season. There are no open spaces to the sea, as generous they could meet at "Mercury" or "Regnier" because, almost certainly, none of the rich guests wanted to enjoy the sun or the sea, but that's one of a drop of luck.
It did not have the 400 Palace itself, but only 250, but it was certainly one of the most comfortable hotels in Constanta, being introduced, alongside the Regnier Villa, into the "luxury" category. After the fall of the communist regime, the hotel returned to its former owners and, after a period of repair and consolidation, re-entered the tourist route on the Black Sea coast.
Here you can find the Address of Palace Hotel in Constanta:
Remus Opreanu Street 5-7, Constanţa
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