Str. Victoria nr. 8,417500Baile Felix
Located in the center of the Baile Felix Resort, Hotel International is a 4-star hotel offering a restaurant, a spa & wellness center with a salt cave, treatment facilities and a beauty parlor. WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
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The rooms and suites of the International are air-conditioned and provide WiFi, TV, a safe, a mini-bar and a bathroom with bathrobes, slippers, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Guests have free access to the 2 indoor and the 3 outdoor pools and to the sauna, while further treatments, such as massage, hydrotherapy, kinetotherapy, mud wraps and other therapies at a surcharge.
The restaurant serves a Swedish buffet and à la carte dishes. Half board and full board are also available.
The Oradea Airport is at a distance of 9.3 mi from the hotel.
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Facilities of Hotel International
- WiFi in all areas
- Pool table
- Mini golf
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Food & Drink
- Snack bar
Pool and Spa
- Fitness center
- Indoor pool
- Outdoor pool
- Private beach area
- Outdoor pool (year-round)
- Outdoor pool (seasonal)
- Indoor pool (seasonal)
- Hot spring bath
- Open-air bath
- Swimming pool
- Shuttle service (additional charge)
Front Desk Services
- 24-hour front desk
- Baggage storage
- Sun deck
- Shared lounge/TV area
Entertainment & Family Services
- Entertainment staff
- Evening entertainment
- Indoor play area
- Outdoor play equipment for kids
- Kids' TV channels
- Ironing service
- Daily housekeeping
- Meeting/Banquet facilities
- Business center
- Hair/Beauty salon
- Gift shop
- Shops (on site)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Family rooms
- Soundproof rooms
- Air conditioning
- Designated smoking area
Safety & security
- Staff follow all safety protocols as directed by local authorities
- Shared stationery (e.g. printed menus, magazines, pens, paper) removed
- Hand sanitizer in guest accommodation and common areas
- Process in place to check health of guests
- First aid kits available
- Cashless payment available
- Physical distancing rules followed
- Screens or physical barriers between staff and guests in appropriate areas
Cleanliness & disinfection
- Use of cleaning chemicals that are effective against coronavirus
- Linens, towels, and laundry washed in accordance with local authority guidelines
- Guest accommodation disinfected between stays
- Guest accommodation sealed after cleaning
- Guests have the option to cancel any cleaning services for their accommodation during their stay
Food & drink safety
- Physical distancing in dining areas
- All plates, cutlery, glasses, and other tableware sanitized
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not possible).
Policies of Hotel International
Bwin casino free spins. These are general hotel policies for Hotel International. As they may vary per room type, please also check the room conditions.
14:00 - 18:00 hours
Until 12:00 hours
Cancellation / Prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to property type.
Children and Extra Beds
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 2.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
Accepted credit cards
The property reserves the right to pre-authorize credit cards prior to arrival.
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Please note that the property does not accept holiday vouchers as a payment method.
Please note that for one child under 12 years that stays free when using existing beds, the meal plan must be paid (half-board: breakfast and dinner).
Children from 12 years onward must pay the full price of the reservation and of the corresponding meal plan.
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Thursday, February 13, 2020
Preview (Invitation only), 11am – 6pm
Public Preview, 6pm – 8pm
Friday, February 14, 2020
Public Access, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Public Access, 11am – 8pm
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Public Access, 11am – 4pm
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Valet Parking is available on-site at the hotel. There are multiple parking facilities within a one block radius of the hotel.
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Cruel optimism, a term advanced by theorist and historian Lauren Berlant, “exists when something you desire is actually an obstacle to your flourishing.” In many ways, contemporary art exists in a state of cruel optimism. We expect so much of art, of representation, and yet it cannot ever fully articulate the dreams we have for ourselves and society, creating thereby a state of endless oscillation between hope and despair. There is always a space in between what we wish to say through contemporary art and what it actually says—sometimes it speaks more than what we intend, sometimes less. Especially important here is the potential for art to speak to activist concerns or identity politics. Representations of social activism have been endlessly empowering, as with second wave feminist art and emergent queer representational strategies, and yet, any representation of any struggle inevitably leaves out those who have yet to enter the aesthetic vernacular. Some might say as a result that representation is therefore inherently exclusionary, but the turn toward abstraction is equally enmeshed with cruel optimism—does abstraction simply represent our giving up, our reducing all difference to mere liminality or obscurity?
The artists in Cruel Optimism cherish the possibilities of artmaking, even as they recognize its limits—the impossibility of it enunciating the true complexities of desire, identity, experience, history, and even form. This is not to say that these artists are simply self-reflexive or ironic. Instead, they are simultaneously sincere and critical. They believe with abandon, even with the melancholy inherent in any engagement with the history of art.
Luis Flores presented by Matthew Brown Gallery, Los Angeles
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Felix was co-founded by Dean Valentine and brothers Al Morán and Mills Morán. The fair’s mission is to create an intimate experience that prioritizes connoisseurship, collaboration, and community. A return to the hotel fair format, in the spirit of the storied Gramercy International Los Angeles at the Chateau Marmont, Felix grants galleries an efficient exhibition opportunity while offering the city’s collector-base intimate access and maximum flexibility. The informal setting allows for more extended conversations among collectors, dealers, and artists alike. In 2019, the inaugural edition of the fair welcomed a diverse creative audience, bringing in over 12,000 guests to experience galleries from Europe, North America, China, South Africa and Australia. The 2020 edition takes place February 13-16 at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles.
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