Bucharest Hotels

Bucharest hotels offer incredible glimpses upon  a city nicknamed “Paris of the East”. Once home to Vlad the Impaler, or Vlad Dracula, Bucharest today is known for its Art Nouveau architecture, its grand municipal buildings, its French-designs, its stuffed cabbage rolls, its museums, its parks and gardens and its monasteries. Keep in mind that waiters and waitresses in this city are generally paid low wages, so tips are greatly appreciated. Good to know is that relative to other European cities, Bucharest is fairly inexpensive. The best times to visit this city are late spring or early winter, though summertime can be pleasant as well. Before we get to Bucharest hotels, let’s take a look at some background information on the city to help you along the way.

Bucharest, Romania’s capital and largest city, is located in the country’s southeast, on the banks of the Dâmbovița River, and has a population of close to 2 million people. A center for Romania’s media, culture and art, Bucharest was first mentioned in documents in 1459, and became Romania’s capital in 1862. Rooted in Nicolae Ceaușescu’s program of Communist systematization from the 1960s through the 1980s, Bucharest has since become one of Europe’s fastest-growing, high-tech cities. The Romania Blockchain Summit, for example, boasts “the largest Summit of the industry organized in South-Eastern Europe”.

Vlad III, known as Vlad the Impaler or Vlad Dracula, ruled Wallachia three times between 1448 and his death in 1477 as Voivode of Wallachia. The second son of Vlad Dracul, Vlad III and his brother Radu were held hostage by the Ottoman Empire in 1442 to secure their father’s loyalty. Vlad’s father earned the name “Dracul” during his membership in the Order of the Dragon, a militant fraternity founded by Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund that was dedicated to halting Ottoman advance into Europe. Vlad III ruled Wallachia three separate times, was imprisoned in Hungary and died fighting against Basarab Laiotă, who had dethroned his brother Radu, in late December 1476 or early January 1477. Vlad III had a reputation for cruelty, and quite possibly was a real-life inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. His place of burial is unknown.

Today, Bucharest is home to landmarks, visual and performing arts, music, nightlife, cultural events and festivals. The city’s climate is considered subtropical, with average July and August highs at around 85 degrees Fahrenheit, and average January highs at around 37 degrees. Major points of interest include Palace of the ParliamentRomanian AthenaeumCalea VictorieiOld TownDowntown Bucharest fountainsHerăstrău ParkPalace of JusticeUnirea Shopping CenterAFI CotroceniVictoriei AvenueUnirii BoulevardMagheru BoulevardFloreasca City CenterUnirii SquareArcul de TriumfCărturești Carusel BookstoreNational Library of RomaniaNational Museum of Art of RomaniaGrigore Antipa National Museum of Natural HistoryOdeon TheatreOld TownRomanian AthenaeumVillage MuseumPalace of the Romanian Orthodox PatriarchateUniversity of BucharestArena Națională and Romexpo Dome. Popular foods include Sarmale, or cabbage rolls, Turta Dulce, or gingerbread, smoked meats, potato soup, bean soup, Murături, which are pickles, Covrigi, or pretzels, cheeses, sausages and meat pies. Romania’s national drink is ţuică, which is a type of potent moonshine distilled from plums. Now that we have some background information, it’s time for Bucharest hotels that will help make for a memorable experience.




Athina Suites Hotel

Mihai Eminescu 92-94

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Dinamo Bucharest FC

Athina Suites Hotel features a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk, a tour desk, free WiFi, private parking at an extra cost, air conditioning, a seating areas, flat-screen TVs, kitchens, dining areas, hairdryers, city views, balconies, desks, electric tea pots and a continental or buffet breakfast. Nearby you’ll find Artemis Mediterranean Restaurant, Osteria Ciao Niki (restaurant), Beca’s Kitchen (restaurant), Lokal (bistro), PLAN’OR (bar), Degusteria Francesca (gourmet grocery store), Shiva Coffee & Tea (coffee shop), Atelierul de Tuns (barber shop), Teatrul Metropolis (performing arts theater), Club 99 (comedy club) and more.

This location is 0.2 miles from Ion Voicu Park, 0.3 miles from Ştefan cel Mare Building, Bulandra Theatre – Toma Caragiu Hall and Gradina Icoanei Park, 0.4 miles from Dinamo Bucharest FC, Darvari Skete, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies and State Circus Park, 0.7 miles from Museum of Art Collections, National Museum of Art of Romania, Revolution Square and Bucharest National Theater TNB, 1.4 miles from Gara de Nord Metro Station and 8.6 miles from Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $127

Cost per person (four people): $32




The Mansion Boutique Hotel

Strada Franceza 11

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Stavropoleos Church Bucharest

Located in a renovated historical building, The Mansion Boutique Hotel has minimalist to eclectic, French-inspired to Moroccan-themed, design, free WiFi, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, bathrobes, slippers, a tour desk, car hire, a lounge with a glass roof, an Italian restaurant and a breakfast buffet. This hotel is close to Il Peccato (Italian restaurant), Gioelia Cremeria (ice cream shop), Coffeöl Bucharest (cafe), Kilkenny Irish Pub, Curtea Veche (historical place – Vlad III Dracula’s palace), Shoteria (bar), Oktoberfest Pub (brewpub), Curtea Berarilor (pub), Nomad Skybar (restaurant), Arcade Cafe (restaurant) and more.

From here Stavropoleos Church Bucharest, Old Princely Court, The Old Princely Church, National Museum of Romanian History and Caru’ cu Bere are 0.1 miles, Carturesti Carusel Bookshop, Cocor Luxury Store and Bucharest Financial Plaza are 0.2 miles, Unirea Shopping Centre is 0.3 miles, Patriarchal Cathedral is 0.4 miles, Bucharest National Theater TNB is 0.5 miles, Revolution Square is 0.6 miles, Cismigiu Gardens and National Museum of Art of Romania are 0.7 miles, Romanian National Opera and Museum of Art Collections are 1.1 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is 9.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $148




Epoque Hotel

17C Intrarea Aurora

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Cismigiu Gardens

Epoque Hotel offers spacious rooms, air conditioning, free on-site parking, free WiFi, a spa with a Finnish sauna, a wet sauna, a hot tub, an indoor pool, a fitness center, Neo-Romanian architectural style, french balconies, garden views, pillow menus, luxury toiletries, well-lit work desks, comfortable living areas, overstuffed sofas, flat-screen TVs and a French restaurant. L’Atelier Relais & Chateaux (restaurant), Real Escape Room (amusement center), Bianca Georgescu (shoe store), Cismigiu Orchid Garden, Dahlia Couture (bridal shop) and more are in the vicinity.

Cismigiu Gardens and Bulandra Theatre – Izvor Hall are 0.2 miles, Izvor Park and Radio Hall are 0.3 miles, Romanian National Opera, The Silver Church Club and Opera Center are 0.4 miles, National Museum of Art of Romania, Kretzulescu Church and Revolution Square are 0.5 miles, Museum of Art Collections is 0.6 miles, Stavropoleos Church is 0.7 miles, Bucharest National Theater TNB and Gara de Nord Metro Station 0.9 miles, Museum of Romanian Peasant is 1.2 miles, Carol Park is 1.7 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is 9.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (VIP suite): $442

Cost per person (five people): $88






My Hotel Apartments

C. Dobrogeanu Gherea nr. 64

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The Herastrau Park of Bucharest

Featuring free WiFi, spacious rooms, air conditioning, classical designs and furnishings, living rooms, flat-screen TVs, kitchens, dining areas and a continental breakfast, My Hotel Apartments is close to Progear Tactical & Outdoor (clothing store), Baneasa Events (event venue), Capricciosa (Italian restaurant), Glamour Restro Cafe, FineStore (liquor store), Bistro La Boieru (restaurant), PilotShop (shopping mall), Neby Fitness Baneasa (fitness center), Atelier Petitenget (tattoo shop) and more.

You may find Petrom City and S-Park 0.7 miles, Bucharest Business Park and Victoria Park 0.8 miles, IKEA Romania, Băneasa store 1 mile, The Herastrau Park of Bucharest and City Gate Towers 1.1 miles, Baneasa Business & Technology Park 1.4 miles, Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum 1.5 miles, Arcul de Triumf and Ceausescu Mansion 1.9 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport 5.3 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (three bedroom apartment): $237

Cost per person (four people): $59



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Mil Pasos Penthouse Hostel

Bulevardul Corneliu Coposu Nr 7

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Patriarchal Cathedral Bucharest

With a shared lounge, free WiFi and a tour desk, Mil Pasos Penthouse Hostel sits near Enya Beauty Salon, Cofetaria Agapitos (dessert shop), Salon El Studio Unirii (beauty salon), Zoomserie (dessert shop), Berezka (Russian grocery store), 5 to Go (cafe), Ana Pan Coposu (bakery), One Models Romania (modeling agency) and more.

State Jewish Theater and Cocor Luxury Store are 0.2 miles, Unirea Shopping Centre, Colțea Hospital and The Old Princely Church are 0.3 miles, Carturesti Carusel Bookshop, The National Library of Romania and Old Princely Court are 0.4 miles, Patriarchal Cathedral Bucharest is 0.7 miles, Revolution Square is 0.8 miles, Tineretului Lake is 2.3 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is 9.8 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night: $42



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Suter Palace Heritage Boutique Hotel

Aleea Suter 23-25

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Carol Park Bucharest

Offering a 24-hour front desk, check-in service, free WiFi, balconies, seating areas, elegant interiors, an à la carte restaurant, a terrace, a garden and bike and car hire, Suter Palace Heritage Boutique Hotel is in the vicinity of Erato Beauty Salon, Bella Sposa (bridal shop), ELITE MARIAJ (dress store), Zodiac Fountain (tourist attraction) and more.

You’ll find Carol Park Bucharest and The Roman Arenas 0.4 miles, Central Business Park and Patriarchal Cathedral 0.5 miles, Bucharest Christmas Market and Constitution Square 0.6 miles, Palace of the Parliament, Tineretului Park and Ministry of Justice 0.7 miles, Cismigiu Gardens and Romanian National Opera 1.3 miles, Museum of Art Collections 1.8 miles, AFI Cotroceni and Gara de Nord Metro Station 2.1 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport 10.5 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (royal suite): $453

Cost per person (four people): $113




Penthouse Orhideea

Calea Plevnei 145B

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Museum of Romanian Peasant

Penthouse Orhideea provides a restaurant, river views, air conditioning, spacious bedrooms, living rooms, dining areas, flat-screen TVs, fully-equipped kitchens, working desks, terraces, city views, a restaurant, a buffet breakfast and free WiFi. Orhideea Sky (restaurant), Orhideea Sport (sports club), Lucky Point Pub, Fatum Wine (food store), Orhideea (shopping mall), Carrefour (hypermarket) and more are in the area.

From this penthouse Carrefour Orhideea is 0.1 miles, Bucharest Botanical Garden is 0.5 miles, National Military Museum, National Institute of Public Health and Bucharest Emergency University Hospital are 0.6 miles, Carol Davila University of Medicine is 0.7 miles, Romanian National Opera is 0.9 miles, Museum of Romanian Peasant, National Museum of Natural History “Grigore Antipa” and AFI Cotroceni are 1.1 miles, Museum of Art Collections and Cismigiu Gardens are 1.3 miles, Stavropoleos Church is 1.9 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is 8.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $313

Cost per person (four people): $78






Plaza Residence Penthouse

Strada Serg. Alexandru Cutieru 27B Block 1

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Museum of Senses

With air conditioning, free WiFi, private parking, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen and a balcony with garden views, Plaza Residence Penthouse is situated close to Pix Club (event venue), Parcul Timișoara (park), World Class București Plaza Romania (gym), Chanh miam miam (Vietnamese restaurant), Movieplex (movie theater), DM (cosmetics store), Smart Arena Plaza (soccer field) and more.

Anchor Plaza is 0.2 miles, Plaza Romania Mall is 0.3 miles, Museum of Senses is 0.5 miles, AFI Cotroceni is 0.7 miles, Drumul Taberei Park is 0.8 miles, Sema Park is 1 mile, National Museum Cotroceni and Ghencea Stadium are 1.2 miles, Bucharest Botanical Garden is 1.3 miles, National Museum of Art of Romania and Patriarchal Cathedral are 2.9 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport is 9.9 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night: $64

Cost per person (four people): $15




Bucharest City Center Penthouse

Bibescu Voda

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Patriarchal Cathedral Bucharest

Providing two-bedrooms, free WiFi, free private parking, air conditioning, a living room with a sofa bed, a fully-equipped kitchen, a terrace, three flat-screen TVs and central heating, Bucharest City Center Penthouse is close to Patiseria Misionarul (restaurant), The Wine Club And Bistro (wine bar), Angel Rose (beauty salon), Sandal SPA, Andree Salon (bridal shop), Adora Sposa (dress store), CAPODOPERA (clothing store), Avon (cosmetics store), Alouette (restaurant), The Harp (Irish pub), The Harp Bakery, Eva Salon (hair removal service), NutriLand (vitamin and supplements store), Bucharest Artesian Fountains (tourist attractions) and more.

This penthouse is 0.2 miles from Patriarchal Cathedral Bucharest and Unirea Shopping Centre, 0.3 miles from Old Princely Court and The Old Princely Church, 0.4 miles from Cocor Luxury Store, National Museum of Romanian History, Carturesti Carusel Bookshop, Stavropoleos Church and Bucharest Christmas Market, 0.8 miles from Bucharest National Theater TNB, 0.9 miles from Revolution Square, Revolution Square and Cismigiu Gardens, 1.8 miles from Olympia Tower, 6.2 miles from Herestrau Lake and 10.1 miles from Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $452

Cost per person (seven people): $65





Dreamtime Apartments

Str. Parfumului 23A

Bucharest Hotels

Bucharest Shopping Mall

Dreamtime Apartments has air conditioning, balconies, free WiFi, kitchens, flat-screen TVs, ironing facilities, desks, seating areas, sofa beds, hairdryers and bicycle and car rental service. Museum of Romanian Records, Chaya TeaHouse, Noeme (restaurant) and more are nearby.

You may find State Jewish Theater 0.3 miles, The National Library of Romania 0.4 miles, Bucharest Art Theatre, Unirea Shopping Centre, Cocor Luxury Store and Rosetti Square 0.6 miles, The Old Princely Church and Colțea Hospital 0.7 miles, Bucharest Shopping Mall 0.8 miles, Arcul de Triumf 3.2 miles and Bucharest Henri Coandă International Airport 10 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe two-bedroom): $115

Cost per person (six people): $20



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So there they are, Bucharest hotels that are sure to help make for an amazing trip. We hope you have found this information valuable and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Romania!

12 Replies to “Bucharest Hotels”

  1. Great post! I’ve been wanting to visit some eastern European countries and Romania is definitely on my list. I like how you provide the attraction list and how far every accommodation is from each place, it really makes life easier for the tourist. There also seems to be a wide variety of options and prices available. I will keep in mind this post when the time for deciding my travel plan comes!

  2. Thanks so much for sharing a great article to read to know more about Bucharest Hotels, I been thinking about visiting Bucharest when traveling is allowed again,  the more I read and talk about this amazing city with friends who already visited it, this city is more often on my mind to visit, your article gives a good list of different hotels where to stay, I will forward your article to my husband so he also can take a look to the different hotels you share here, I’m sure you might also have a good list of restaurants and places to visit in Bucharest in your website, as I’m not planning to visit this city on a tour, I would like to get more information about what to do there. 

    Your website always shares great information, it helps me to make plans for traveling!

  3. Bucharest, the capital of Romania, is a wonderful and beautiful city to visit, as I have heard and seen online. Reading this article about the hotels in this very big city goes to show how the amazing experience it has to offer. I think this will be a great holiday destination for me in 2021 as I would love to wait for the Covid-19 pandemic issues to die down.

  4. I am actually planning a trip to Bucharest once this Covid thing blows over and I can travel again! I have some friends to visit and would love to stay in one of these hotels! Particularly theStrada Franceza! Absolutely beautiful! Welp, now that I know where I’m staying I can plan other part of the trip! Thank you!

  5. I heard so much about Bucharest particularly from movies and have always wanted to visit, I never knew it had so much history! Bou so much has changed and knowing that Vlad the impaler used to rule there makes me want to visit Romania even more. 

    I’m eyeing the Stavropoleos Church Bucharest, man $148 per night for a boutique hotel is quite affordable. Do you think that’s their usual price, or is it special promo because of the pandemic?

  6. Thanks for sharing this blog about Bucharest Hotels. This, in my opinion, is a highly UNDER-explored destination and it is always good to know quality hotels in this region. The Aleea Suter Palace Heritage Boutique Hotel definitely stands out to me; this is my preferred style of quaint luxury. I will put this on my saved list for a future visit. 🙂 

  7. Thank you so much for sharing such a great article with lots and lots of information about Bucharest. I have never been to Bucharest, and this article is very informative to learn more about the area and gives some nice suggestions for attractive accommodations. 

    I will put Bucharest on my bucket list as it sounds like a must-do trip and when Covid is settled down, and we can fly again I will check prices for flights. I will save this article and bookmark it for future reference. 

    Ps, I love the Mansion boutique hotel.

    Thanks a lot.


  8. Bucharest looks like a lovely and modern city but full of history at the same time!  I would love to go there to visit the museums (especially The National Museum of Art of Romania!) and other historical places such as Old Town because I love to see the old buildings and wonder what it would have been like to live there “way back when”, although maybe not when Vlad III was in power 😉 

    These hotels are incredibly well priced for what looks like luxurious lodging.  Although a bit pricer, I am drawn to the Epoque because of the balcony. And the escape room, if I’m being honest.  

    I had not considered traveling there before but your article has really piqued my interest and I would love to visit.  Oh, and I’m a fool for a cabbage roll so even more reason!

  9. Interesting post. I knew very little about Bucharest before this but it sounds like a very interesting city that is worth a visit, from your description

    The hotels look good, though the last one,.Mil Pasos Penthouse Hostel, seems rather basic.which I imagine is because it is a Hostel rather than a Hotel.

    Nice to have a suite or apartment style rooms rather than just a hotel room. Love the balcony picture from the Epoque Hotel. Excellent prices on all of them.

    Thank you for sharing this information.

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