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  • Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest

    Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest

    Bucharest City-Centre, Bucharest

    Situated in the Old Town of Bucharest, Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest is 400 metres from Bucharest National Theater and provides facilities like free WiFi, a fitness centre, and a shared lounge. THEY TREAT ALL OF US LIKE DISTINGUISHED GUSTS Very new hotel (inauguration 6 months ago) , all new technology, excellent location 300m from the old town where you can find everything for food entertainment, bars, restaurants, etc Excellent smiling staff, friendly, fluent English. During rush hours there were five people at the reception. All our groups’ requests were in full fulfilled. Early check in, late check out, change of room, taxi arrangements, guidance for choices etc Very good breakfast with a big variety of food, salads, fried food even readymade like omelets, wafers etc. Choose any kind of coffee Our rooms were spacious with all needed. High technology lighting, excellent view (small suite), very big comfortable bet, etc Dr. Ioannis Angeli , Quality Management Systems Lead Auditor (Cyprus)

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    Avg. price/night: £67
    9.1 Superb 1,297 reviews
  • Hotel Cismigiu

    Hotel Cismigiu

    Bucharest City-Centre, Bucharest

    Set in a historical building built in 1912, Hotel Cismigiu is situated next to the Cismigiu Park, 700 metres from the old city centre of Bucharest. Free Wi-Fi and underground parking are available. This hotel is my home when I visit Romania ,, if they are fully booked then I don't just go to Romania,, I can not find any place that gives you the same kind of services any where ,,, the best hotel in Romania

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    Avg. price/night: £80
    9.2 Superb 1,218 reviews
  • Grand Hotel Continental

    Grand Hotel Continental

    Sector 1, Bucharest

    Centrally located on Victoriei Street in the heart of Bucharest, Grand Hotel Continental is steps away from the National Art Museum and close to the Athenaeum, Universitate‎ Metro Station, and... Beautiful hotel in the heart of the city. Very recommended

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    Avg. price/night: £88
    9.0 Superb 1,335 reviews
  • The Embassy Nord

    The Embassy Nord

    Sector 1, Bucharest

    The Embassy Nord is located in the Sector 1 neighborhood in Bucharest, just 500 metres from Northern Railway Station and 11 km from Otopeni. Everything was very great and comfortable. Really good staying! I would like to go back :)

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    Avg. price/night: £27
    9.1 Superb 387 reviews
  • Brater Luxury

    Brater Luxury

    Sector 2, Bucharest

    Brater Luxury provides air-conditioned rooms in Bucharest, less than 50 metres from Tei Park All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. Room was amazing. Absolutely beautiful decor and so comfortable. The bathroom was fantastic and it was all so spacious, I only wish we could have stayed longer. Got a taxi into the old town took 10 minutes and cost €3.

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    Avg. price/night: £36
    9.3 Superb 352 reviews
  • Ganzo Boutique Hotel

    Ganzo Boutique Hotel

    Sector 3, Bucharest

    Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Ganzo Boutique Hotel offers accommodation in Bucharest, 1.9 km from National Stadium - National Arena. Free private parking is available on site. Brand new joint. Excellent conditions. Extremely friendly staff

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    Avg. price/night: £63
    9.0 Superb 318 reviews

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Where Modern Meets Old

A fascinating mix of old and new, Bucharest is one of those cities where you can find a futuristic structure of glass and steel next to an old church, separated by a Communist-style massive edifice. Not overwhelmed by its dark past, the city is now turning its optimistic face towards the West.

Undergoing constant modernisation processes, the city continually changes and new modern structures pop up in the city centre and beyond. Great examples are the stunning Basarab Bridge, Europe’s widest cable-stayed bridge, and the City Gate Towers.

Whilst admiring the new, don’t miss out on the old classics, like the Parliament Palace, the world’s second largest building, with over 3100 rooms and impressive marble interiors covering 330,000 m². Make sure you admire the view from Nicolae Ceauşescu's balcony!

To fully appreciate the city’s long history, from Vlad the Impaler (aka Dracula) to the ’89 revolution, the city offers free guided walking tours, giving you a great opportunity to discover all the city’s secrets. And spot all the best shopping venues!

Before you land at Bucharest Airport, just 18 km from the city centre, make sure you check what has to offer: from hotels to apartments, just a few clicks away!