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Bucharest Hotels

Visit the Romanian capital of Bucharest to discover a gem that’s been kept secret for too many years. Its size and splendor will amaze you and the friendliness of its people will captivate you. Take time to walk through the ample avenues and see the majesty of old palaces and stately buildings. Discover one of the wonders of Eastern Europe.      
Once you’re there, let Bucharest hotels be you’re haven away from the hustle and bustle of this emerging metropolis. Choose to luxuriate in elegant Bucharest hotels or find smaller venues that suit your budget. You’ll find that Bucharest hotels don’t discriminate. Both types of accommodations will ensure you receive the highest level of hospitality. 
Consider the Intercontinental Bucharest for an experience you’ll always treasure. It’s one of the most frequented five star Bucharest hotels and boasts a privileged location in the heart of downtown. It’s not far from the two airports, Parliament House, the Village Museum and Cotroceni Palace. In keeping with the highest standards of service, the Intercontinental offers 24 hour in-room dining, round the clock concierge, same day dry-cleaning, a modern fitness facility and newsstand. Its restaurants have received the highest acclaims of any eateries in Bucharest hotels. Savor international delights at Corso Brasserie, Balada or Madrigal. And for magical evenings, the Intermezzo Piano Bar is an absolute must. At the Intercontinental you can count on lavish accommodations showcasing impressive amenities like plush robes, pants press, on-demand movies, climate control, surround sound system and telephone with voice mail. Opt for the Imperial Suite and you’ll be the only visitor in the country enjoying their own private sauna and grand piano. Bucharest hotels are the finest examples of white glove pampering in the tourism industry.   
But Bucharest never stands still. In its effort to become like other major European capitals it continues to grow leaps and bounds. Of the latest additions, the Radisson SAS Bucharest hotel is worth mentioning. After all, the company spent seventy million Euros to create one of the most memorable Bucharest hotels. It’s within walking distance to the business and shopping districts as well as historical landmarks. With an outdoor and indoor pool, fitness club, spacious bedrooms, two restaurants and a poolside eatery, it’s the choice of demanding travelers.
If you prefer the budget friendly Bucharest hotels, prepare to be amazed. At the Parliament Hotel, for instance, you’ll encounter twenty guest quarters fitted with contemporary furnishings, a terrace, private bathroom, and all sorts of perks. It’s next to the Parliament Palace and major government offices.    
In a different part of town, you’ll come across the Capitol Hotel. It’s on a busy street steps away from Revolution Square but homey enough to be considered one of the best value Bucharest hotels. It’s clean and provides out-of-towners with rooms and suites hosting air conditioning, television and radio. 
Interested in the past? From the Lido Hotel you’ll have the chance to explore important icons in Romania’s history. It’s affordable and everything you’d expect from Bucharest hotels.

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