Reviews of Hotels in Bucharest
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!
need to hop online and make sure all's well back at the office? Use the InterContinental's PC for an initial fee of only Ä45! Oh, but you have your laptop! Just use their wireless internet for an initial fee of only Ä15! When did hostels eclipse 5 star hotels in the free amenities department? (And we have no idea how expensive a room here is; it's not listed).
Youth Central Hostel also offers airport and train station pickup, but it's twice as expensive as taking a taxi would be, so what's the point? Or take the bus or subway to Piata Romana and walk ten minutes down Boulvard Dacia.