Perfect for holidays and business trips
Standard Single Atrium View
Standard Double Atrium View
Standard Double Street View
Twin Standard Street View
Queen Deluxe Room
Suite with Balcony
Stay 3 Nights & Save!
Book a room with us for 3 nights and get a 20 Euro discount per night.
Spend your Sunday night in our property and enjoy free of charge late check-out!
2 nights weekend treat
Book a room with us for 2 consecutive nights and get your late breakfast in room!
Hanul lui Manuc
The original inn was built in 1808 and is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. With lounges, basements, shops, sheds and rooms inspired by rural Romania, it manages to successfully recreate the atmosphere of a Romanian village. Located right across from the hotel, the inn also hosts a traditional restaurant and a patio where a small coffee shop and a water fountain used to be. A well-deserved break after your historical walk!
Fragments of brick walls and a medieval air. This is the archaeological site of the first royal court of Bucharest, and we are privileged to be its neighbours. Our windows have a view to the ruins of the Voievodal Palace, built between 1386-1418 by Mircea cel Bătrân himself, and to the Curtea Veche church, with its brown and yellow facade, that bathe the urban landscape in golden shades. Inside de the courtyard there is a museum that preserves most of the place’s 18th century atmosphere. Although it’s momentarily closed for restoration work, the museum is nevertheless an invitation to discover Bucharest’s first street - Franceză Street, once a royal dirt road, today - the location of our hotel!
Built in 1724, the church offers the chance of a truly historical experience right in the heart of the city. Featuring a Wallachian Renaissance style, with floral window decorations, stone sculptures and a well preserved original fresco. An original royal chair in the Fanariot style. A library with many theology, art and history books, with manuscripts and prints as well. And, last but not least, a famous choir that performs at numerous musical festivals. Just take a walk and enjoy the attractions close to our hotel!
National History Museum
Only a 6 minute walk from the hotel will send you right into the fabulous world of historical treasures. The royal crown and sceptre, a copy of the famous Trajan’s Column in Rome, and many other antique, medieval and modern pieces. All of this in a palace building built around 1900 on Calea Victoriei, a boulevard that hosts many other architectural monuments, churches and theatres.
The National Museum of Art of Romania
For more than 200 years, this landmark has not been touched. And it’s just minutes away from the hotel, on Calea Victoriei.The royal interior decorations, the ceremonial vibe and the historical elements are the proof that the aristocratic lifestyle is still alive in the centre of the city. Discover the most important Romanian, European and Oriental art, numerous temporary exhibitions and guided tours of the former Throne Hall.
The Palace of the Parliament
The only building so large, that you can see it from any part of the city! But one of the most controversial buildings in Bucharest, as well, as it hides many secrets and urban legends. The second largest building in the world after the Pentagon, it has an area of 330.000 square meters, 1.100 rooms, 23 buildings, 9 underground levels and is 86 meters high. Started in 1984, it was the team effort of a 700 architects team, and is visited daily by tourists who are curious to see what the worlds’ most expensive building looks like. It’s a 7 minute drive away from the hotel and impossible to miss.
“Mica Elveție” Restaurant
Culinary mastership in a Swiss Restaurant! A picturesque setting and a seasonal menu with traditional specialties. Lunches or dinners with fondue and raclette, prepared right at your table. These are the ingredients with which Chef Jakob Hausmann will win your heart.
The lobby bar is in the same area as the restaurant and is perfect to reinvigorate any meeting with coffee breaks and drinks.
Breakfast: 7:00 - 10:00
Breakfast on weekends: 8:00 - 11:00
Lunch / Dinner:
Monday-Saturday: 12.00 - 24.00
Bar opening hours:
Monday-Friday: 07.00 - 24.00
Saturday-Sunday: 08.00 - 24.00