Bucharest hasn't exactly experienced its tourist boom as yet - nonetheless, the city has slumberpads in spades from outrageously priced princedoms to budget beds and apartments. Unfortunately, the most-reasonable hotels are located near Gare de Nord - an area of town which, despite its convenience upon arrival, is admittedly seedier than most.
The hostel industry is now beginning to bank on Bucharest's burgeoning market with more budget options than ever before, and several agencies have opened up in recent years offering private rooms and apartments in the centre - generally a good value. To glean the full gamut of what's available go to our hotel directory and get some rest!
If you want somewhere clean, safe and comfortable then this is the one:)
Its a bit scruffier than the Intercontinental Hotels I have stayed at in other countries (the company I work for has some sort of deal with the chain so we stay in them pretty much all the time while travelling) But then the whole city feels a bit unloved.
Great budget accomodation!
We stayed in one of the studio flats here, it was clean, quiet everything you could hope for really, PS. Bucharest Rocks!
Cheap. No gimmicks. Met some good friends
A nice stay. The garden is lovely.
An excellent centre for business meetings or conferences. City is quite interesting and worth a visit.
A wonderful hotel. Compliments to the staff.
Clean and comfortable. No worries here.
Not exactly luxurious, but for the price it's a great value, and the atmosphere is laid back, the staff are friendly and helpful. If you're going through Romania cheap, this is the way to go!