For travelers on a tight budget there are 35 reasonably priced options to choose from, such as Hotel Sir Orhideea and Puzzle Hostel with rates at 18£. Hotel Casa Verde Prosper is an affordable choice that will place you only a 5-minute walk from the city center. Heights Accommodation is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to Biserica Sfantul Antonie and offers room rates from 31£. Opt for Monte Carlo Palace Rooms, only 15 minutes' walk from Baneasa railway station, which is a no-frills property with a free private carpark and complimentary parking.
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Rin Airport is conveniently located 20 minutes' walk from Henri Coanda International airport and provides an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. Dbh Bucharest is a 4-star alternative, about 5 minutes from Stefan cel Mare metro station. To be near Bucharest North Railway train station, you should think of Euro Hotels Gara De Nord in Sector 1 district.
Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre
A mall and stores are popular shopping places in the city center in close vicinity of Hotel Berthelot. Golden Tulip Victoria Bucharest is a well-known 4-star property situated in the very heart of the downtown. Sector 2 district features a selection of top-rated hotels, such as Monte Nelly and Grand Boutique with a sun deck and a sun terrace.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Bucharest
If a fabulous luxury stay is what you're after, think of the 4-star Ambasador, which lies within walking distance of Revolution Square . Nh Bucharest and Arc De Triomphe By Residence Hotels are both boutique hotels situated in Sector 5 district, putting you at the heart of this lively area. If you are used to the comfort and style of chain hotels, pick Marshal Hotel, which is also a 15-minute walk away from Victoriei Street.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Calea Victoriei Residence is an affordable apartment for families located next to Stavropoleos Monastery, with room rates from 36£. If you're looking for a homey place to stay, consider Apartment Dimitrie Cantemir, located beside Lipscani. If you are planning on traveling with your family, then Hello Hotels is a great choice that provides you with a sundeck and a sunbathing terrace, making it a suitable destination for kids. For an unforgettable vacation, look at Radisson Blu Bucharest in Sector 1 district, offering views of the garden.
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What to Explore in Bucharest?
Bucharest is a city packed with architecture that spans the ages, and history can be found around every corner. The city centre is packed with bustling shopping streets and all night restaurants. One of the most imposing attractions in the city is the Palace of Parliament, which is a sprawling Soviet era structure in the typical brutalist style. Old Town is home to a collection of streets full of open air market stalls, trendy bars, and atmospheric restaurants, ideal for an afternoon of shopping and eating. There are plenty of general and niche museums throughout the city, including Muzeul Satului (Village Museum), Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History, and the The Art Collections Museum. For an afternoon picnic or an afternoon walk, Herastrau Park and Cismigiu Gardens are the ideal place. Staying at one of the top Bucharest hotels you get a great opportunity to visit all of these wonderful places and even more. Hotelmix.co.uk is happy to help you make the best choice and select the finest Bucharest lodging.
Tips for The Best Travel Experience in Bucharest
Bucharest experiences a humid climate, with a Summer that lasts from June to August and temperatures typically rise as high as 28°C, and temperatures being recorded as high as 40°C. The city center can be easily navigated by foot, making a sturdy pair of walking shoes essential. If you are travelling during the Summer months, a backpack with dry snacks and bottled water will be essential. A large percentage of locals speak English, however you can still bring a pocket phrase book if you want to try a few Romanian phrases. For more detailed information regarding festivals and attractions, you can find the local tourist information office on Piaţa Universității. Hotelmix.co.uk includes a helpful maps applet so that you can enjoy a virtual tour of the area around your hotel. Book your Bucharest hotel room and enjoy the wonderful spirit of Romania.