Bucharest

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Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest
8
2 reviews
The biggest five-star hotel in Romania, Radisson Blu was reborn on the site of bygone Hotel Bucharest — The Telegraph
JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel
8
3 reviews
The first JW Marriott hotel to launch in Europe is the epitome of luxury — The Telegraph
InterContinental Bucharest
8
3 reviews
Its 283 rooms brag of a 21st-century makeover (cranberry carpets, padded walls, wi-fi), and the 1971 tower playfully shows its period at times. — Lonely Planet
Athenee Palace Hilton Bucharest
8
4 reviews
The Athenée’s location and history earn it its own place in the guide books, and the echoes of wartime and communist-era secrets can be felt in its walls. — The Telegraph
Hotel Carpati Bucuresti
8
3 reviews
Built in the 1920s, this six-floor hotel has assorted clean guest rooms, with or without en suite bathrooms. — Frommer's
Rembrandt Hotel
8
2 reviews
Beautifully conceived rooms... Alluring wood furnishings – including the floor and panelling behind the bed – set the tone, along with sumptuous beds, etched glass windows and Tiffany-style lamps. — Rough Guide
Epoque Hotel Relais & Chateaux
8
1 review
Hotel Epoque excels as a five-star retreat of savoir-faire and harmony — The Telegraph
Hotel Unique
8
1 review
Small, intimate, and contemporary, this boutique hotel opened in 2006, and has remained well under the radar. — Frommer's
Teahouse 5
8
1 review
Our favourite hostel du jour in Bucharest is 15 minutes' walk southwest of Piaţa Unirii and all the better for it, with a quiet, residential location. — Lonely Planet
Little Bucharest Old Town Hostel
8
1 review
Bucharest's most central hostel is super clean, white-walled and well-run. — Lonely Planet
Novotel Bucarest City Centre
8
2 reviews
Another glass behemoth, this one distinguished by a faux Neoclassical facade... As plush as anything else in the city, while there’s a golf simulator and swimming pool for active types. — Rough Guide
Hotel Cismigiu
8
1 review
One of Bucharest’s reference hotels ever since its 1912 inauguration as the prestigious Palace Hotel — The Telegraph
Europa Royale Bucharest
8
1 review
Overlooking centuries of history, yet in the heart of Bucharest’s happening nightlife, Europa Royale Bucharest stands out as a convenient four-star hotel at a rare confluence of old and new — The Telegraph
Mercure Bucharest City Center
8
1 review
Mercure Bucharest City Center [sic] is a modern-day ode to Romania’s biggest composer George Enescu, smack in the centre of the capital — The Telegraph
Hotel Helios
7
1 review
A good budget option and only a few blocks from the train station... Has stylish rooms and floor-to-ceiling wardrobes. Prices drop 20% Saturday and Sunday. — Lonely Planet
Berthelot
7
1 review
This modern boutique hotel offers bright and clean rooms... The location, just off the Calea Victoriei, is in the heart of the city’s fashion and boutique quarter, and is excellent for shopping. — Lonely Planet
7
1 review
Run by lovely English- and French-speaking retirees in an unlikely village base 2km from the airport, this five-room, one-dorm home has welcoming rooms and a garden outside — Lonely Planet
Z Executive Boutique Hotel
7
1 review
This beautiful, sleek executive boutique is sandwiched nicely between Piaţa Universităţii and the Old Town. The rooms are stylish and upbeat, and the staff is warm and welcoming. — Lonely Planet
Duke Romana
7
1 review
At Piaţa Romana, the 38-room Duke is a pleasant business-style hotel with mint-and-caramel rooms, attentive staff, internet in the lobby, and a casual bar where suits chat. — Lonely Planet
Hotel Opera by ZEUS International
7
2 reviews
Lovely hotel in a super location next to the Cişmigiu Gardens; the attractive, a/c and originally furnished rooms... incorporate some thoughtful touches, such as tea- and coffee-making facilities. — Rough Guide
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