Hotels in Bucharest, Romania
Where to Stay in Bucharest, Romania?
WHERE TO STAY
- X Hostel Bucharest: Part of a hostel franchise. Incredibly cheapaccommodation. There’s a pub. Air conditioned rooms. Locker facility. Central location.
- Little Bucharest Old Town Hostel: Charming hostel inside a neo-classical building in the pedestrian Old Town. Best of backpackers.
- Explorers Hostel: Central location. Free internet, breakfast.
- Hello Hotel: Decent. Not as cheap as a hostel, but close to the train station. Free Wi-Fi. Good breakfast. Quirky rooms.
- Rembrandt Hotel: Located in Old Town’s pedestrian area. Try for a room facing the street. The building is from the 19th century. Small bar close to the reception.
- Capitol Hotel: Early 20th century building. Centrally located. Close to old town. Ask for a room with a nice view. Friendly service.
- Tempo Hotel: Great value for money. Clean, spacey rooms. Good for short stays.
- Hotel Christina: A welcome drink. Electric curtains. Adjustable beds. Pay for meals as you feel they’re worth. Incredible breakfast. Beautiful building. Absolutely brilliant staff. They’ll spoil you here. No one has a bad review.Best hotel in Bucharest.
- K+K Hotel Elisabeta:Charming building. Near University Square and close to Old Town. Impeccable service. Drinks can be pricey. Guests frequently return.
- Epoque Hotel: 5 star hotel.Try for a room with a view. Make sure your Wi-Fi signal is strong. With that in place, incredible hotel in terms of location, breakfast on the terrace, service.
WHERE TO EAT
The cuisine of Romania draws from every country that’s shared its history: Greece, Turkey, Russia, Bulgaria and Hungary. Focus is on taste, not health, which means lots of salt, butter and spice.
Shaorma (shawarma) rules street food in Bucharest. And streetfood is king, with vendors nearly everywhere you turn. Naturally, you should endeavour to work your way through traditional Romanian cuisine; there’s no better place than Bucharest for it. Also try the many flavors of pretzel. Local doughnuts are known as gogoasa. Pastries are very popular and quite specialised. Also try Chiftele (fried meatballs), mititei (minced meat with bread and mustard), drob (lamb haggis cooked in an oven), Tochitura (ridiculously fatty pig fry), sarmale (cabbage rolls), zacusca (for vegetarians), ciorba (various sour soups), saramura (seasoned brine fish), and of course, baklava.
The best restaurants in town are:
- Caru' cu Bere:Fanciest place to eat in the city. Check out the incredible decoration in the old building. Great home brew beer. Make reservation.
- Hanu' lui Manuc: Romanian food in a historic caravanserai. Utterly charming setting. Slow service. The idea is to imbibe the atmosphere. Jazzy lounge music.
- El Torito: The best foreign cuisine restaurant in the city is Mexican. Traditional stuff. The chicken fajitas are awesome.
- Vacamuuu: Upscale steakhouse. Juicy halal meat.
Hotels Near Attractions in Bucharest
- Hotels Near Lipscani
- Hotels Near Grigore Antipa National Museum Of Natural History
- Hotels Near The National Museum Of Art Of Romania
- Hotels Near Manucs Inn
- Hotels Near Museum Of The Romanian Peasant
- Hotels Near AFI Palace Cotroceni
- Hotels Near Arcul De Triumf
- Hotels Near Patriarchal Cathedral
- Hotels Near Calea Victoriei
- Hotels Near Revolution Square
- Hotels Near C E C Bank Palace
- Hotels Near Romanian National Opera
- Hotels Near Cotroceni Palace
- Hotels Near Carol Park
- Hotels Near Bulevardul Unirii
- Hotels Near Bucharest Botanical Garden