Apr 6, 2020 - Apr 7, 2020
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Where to Stay in Bucharest
Formerly known as “Little Paris”, Romania’s capital and largest city Bucharest is a busy international city combining that grandiose past with a modern and developing identity.
For a city that has survived political turmoil, earthquakes and wars, Bucharest still enjoys pockets of beauty that are accentuated by Communist-era architecture and ancient churches. After a period of political uncertainty, the city’s old town is being dramatically restored to former glories with the area around its cobbled streets pulsating with the sights and sounds of a busy and thriving nightlife scene.
The city’s hotels vary in cost and scale but you are sure to find something suitable as a base to dig into the history of Bucharest as well as discover its immaculate city parks, museums and old winding lanes that characterize the Old Town.
One challenge, however, is Bucharest’s public transport network, which can often prove to be over-crowded and unreliable. Independent taxi operators provide a good alternative to the bus, tram and metro lines and car rental is an option.
Hotels in Bucharest
The tallest hotel in the city, the five-star Intercontinental Bucharest is located in University Square close to the National Theater, the old town, Bucharest Museum, the National Museum of Art of Romania and the National Museum of Romanian History. Each of the rooms is elegantly furnished with open views of the city, while the health club on the top floor provides an indoor swimming pool, a spa and a fitness center.
A four-star upmarket hotel, the Pullman Bucharest is located in the northern part of the city in the main business district just five minutes by car from the center. The hotel rooms and suites offer well-appointed accommodation close to the activities of Herastrau Park and a wide selection of international bars, clubs and restaurants.
An economy choice for tourists and business guests, the popular Ibis Bucharest Gare de Nord is just a three-minute stroll from the main railway station and 2km from the center of the city. The rooms are modern and well-equipped, while the hotel also provides complimentary Wi-Fi and a French bistro-style restaurant.
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The city where you can have a lot of fun and not paying a fortune. Stay in the central-north part of the town.
Not safe . Calling 112 in Romania it's take for emergency services to attend long time !!! If you don't know the location where you are it's impossible for them to find you.
Literally one of the worst places I've been in my entire life. Run down, dirty, poverty stricken, literally falling to pieces. a tragic waste of time and money. awful food, and awful attitudes from people, terrible accommodation. I cannot talk poorly enough about this city. zero stars, if it were possible.
Bucharest is an interesting city, a crossroads of many empires which ruled here before to post war communism to modern day revolution. French architecture, Slavic food, Gypsy culture, Ceausescu's communism, and don't forget Vlad the Impaler.