Hostel like Hostel Formenerg offers accommodation in Bucharest under 37US$ per night. Those traveling on a budget should consider staying at Hotel Carpati Imparatul Romanilor, situated a 5-minute walk from the city center. Vogue Hostel is another budget choice that is only a 10-minute walk from the city center and a 5-minute walk to Statuia lui Constantin Brancoveanu. For a cheap lodging, consider Casa Gabriela, a simple 3-star hotel with a free parking lot and a free private parking lot, situated about 10 minutes on foot from Piața Romană metro station.
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Where to stay in Bucharest?
Best cheap hotels in Bucharest
Bucharest airports & Subway stations
If you have an early flight, you may wish to stay near Bucharest Henri Coanda International airport in the hotels like Rin Airport or Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest. If you're without a car in Bucharest, pick a hotel near the metro, like Hotel Central By Zeus International 10 minutes' walk to Universitate metro station. If you want to stay close to Obor railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Hotel Eos, a budget accommodation only a 10-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you like hustle and bustle of the city center, pick Podstel Umbrella with rates from 39US$ or Rembrandt Hotel where prices start at 205US$. Hotel Berthelot is another centrally situated option in Bucharest that is only a few steps away from Broken Violin Fountain. Book a hotel in Bucharest City-Centre district, such as Hotel Boutique Monaco that offers views of the river.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Bucharest
A luxury choice is Orhideea Residence & Spa, situated 0.7 miles from Universitatea Politehnica - Polizu, with a Jacuzzi, a private swimming pool and tubing. Le Boutique Hotel Moxa and Domenii Plaza By Residence Hotels are elegant choices of boutique hotels in Bucharest. Chain hotel you might consider is Park Inn By Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence, within walking distance of Palace of the Parliament, featuring 153US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling with your family around Bucharest and need a suitable apartment, opt for Coltea Residence, just a 5-minute walk from Silk Panoramic restaurant. Those who are seeking comfy B&Bs can stop by Central University Library, where they will find Garsoniere Dinu with free parking and free private parking. The K+K Elisabeta is situated 0.6 miles away from Unirii Square. Old Town Boutique Hotel is a popular resort that also offers an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a patio, so you and your entire family can relax after a day exploring Bucharest.
City Guide: Discover the best of Bucharest
Say ''Paris of the Balkans'' - it’s Bucharest.
French palaces with light baroque touches, medieval churches set before 21st office buildings…The same is said about Paris, but French people usually balk at the same words being uttered about Bucharest. But it is true, as long as visitors to Bucharest make an effort to see beyond its reputation of Communist monolith and discover its essence - a fast-emerging European capital.
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In Europe it is not a city that is well-known or favorably regarded, but favored or not its heart is European. This is a city that always has something going on even though it takes efforts to recognize it. Its neoclassical buildings and tree-lined boulevards are a bit obscured by post-Stalinist grey houses. It’s up to you to decide whether you are on a trip to a victim of Soviet repression or a Byzantine-style city with finest architectural style.
- Parliament Palace, the world's second largest building is to be found in the center of Bucharest
- Revolution Square, a remnant of the Romanian Revolution of 1989, but today a perfect place for a long walk
- Village Museum, an open air museum offers around 300 traditional buildings to explore
- Art Museum, located in the building of the former Royal Palace preserves collections of ancient, modern and contemporary Romanian art
- Curtea Veche Church, built around 1559 it was a place for coronation of the Wallachian princes
All these landmarks are just part of the big mix of what Bucharest initially was. As history has it, the city was established in 1459 and at that stage was a far cry from today's eclectic architecture. The city continued to grow and become the centre of the Romanian mass media, culture and arts in 1862.
Today Bucharest residents number some two million residents who are proud of their more than rich history.
History is just part of the Bucharest experience, other culture such as music is no less diverse than dining out facilities. It is here on your way from rock concert you can share a plate of spicy sausage with beer or taste traditional delicacy- pork - the best part of local cuisine.
Whether you are about history, cuisine or architecture, your impressions of Bucharest depend on how deeply you get involved. Let Booked.net take care of your stay there so you can make the most of this Romanian city.