Cluj-Napoca can host officially over 5000 tourists (in 1-5* accommodation units – hotels, pensions, villas and other type of units) and unofficially around 5000 more (AirBnb and Couchsurfing). The big hotels have conference halls and SPA centers, being able to satisfy the need for medium size conferences. Also, the trends of arrivals, overnight staying and the average duration of stay in Cluj-Napoca are ascending in the last few years, showing the development and atractivity of the city.
The food&beverage industry is very dynamic and developed due to the large number of Romanian and international students and also the presence of the multiple international businesses and partnerships. Either you want to eat, drink or party, the large offer of the city lets you choose between local, traditional or international taste and culture. “Cluj’s quirky museums and nightlife deftly marries cellar boozeries with a handful of achingly trendy indie bars” (Lonely Planet).