Best Bucharest holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Bucharest
Upground ApartmentsSituated in Bucharest, 3.7 km from Herastrau Park and 5 km from Bucharest Arch of Triumph, Upground Apartments features air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The property is 5 km from National Museum of Natural History Grigore Antipa" and 5 km from Romanian Athenaeum.Book now
Panoramic View Apartment - Old TownIn the heart of Bucharest, set around 2.4 km from Patriarchal Cathedral, Panoramic View Apartment - Old Town offers free WiFi, air conditioning, and household amenities such as electric kettle and a dishwasher. The property features city views and is 2.7 km from Carol Park and 2.7 km from Stavropoleos Church.Book now
New Era HotelIdeally located in the heart of the Old Town, in the middle of a cobblestone pedestrian street bustling with life, it is surrounded by popular landmarks like Stavropoleos Church, 600 metres from the property, Ministry of Health, 800 metres away and at less than 1 km from Bucharest National Theater TNB. A parking area is less than a 12-minute walk away.Book now
Hotel HerastrauSet in Bucharest, 300 metres from Herastrau Park, Hotel Herastrau offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. This 3-star hotel offers room service and a business centre. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, airport transfers, a shared kitchen and free WiFi throughout the property.Book now
Apartament Central CismigiuApartament Central Cismigiu offers accommodation in Bucharest, a 6-minute walk from Cismigiu Gardens and 600 metres from Ministry of Health. The National Museum of Art is within an 8-minute walk of the apartment, and free WiFi is provided.Book now
If you want to explore a culturally rich European city with all the trappings of modern life, the city of Bucharest ticks all the boxes. This architecturally stunning metropolis is the capital of Romania, as well as being the country’s largest city. Bucharest is often referred to as ‘little Paris’, yet its incredible rate of modernisation and development has greatly enhanced its corporate reputation in recent years. Whilst modern developments have changed the city’s skyline somewhat, the old Bucharest still manages to make its presence felt. Steeped in many centuries of tradition and history, the best way to experience the Romanian way of life is by renting private holiday apartments in Bucharest. They are often located in real neighbourhoods, so you can live side-by-side with local people.
Holiday Apartments in Bucharest Allow You to Immerse Yourself in Local Life
Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this great city is its architecture. The magnificent Parliament Palace stands proudly right in the centre of Bucharest, and its 3,100 rooms make it one of the world’s largest buildings. Visitors are treated to guided tours every 45 minutes, which explain the building’s unsavoury history and its part in Romania’s deeply troubled past. Unfortunately, Romania’s former dictator Nicolae Ceausescu demolished a significant part of the city’s Old Quarter, yet what remains is well worth a visit. The ruins of the Wallachian princes’ medieval court, a series of 19th century buildings and a handful of beautiful Churches can still be explored. A complex network of narrow, cobbled streets are perfect for taking leisurely strolls, and a selection of quaint, local cafes provide the perfect location for sipping coffee whilst people-watching. Culture and tradition emanate from every pore of Bucharest, and holiday apartments in Ghencea booked with 9flats allow you to experience them first-hand.
Holiday Accommodation in Bucharest Can Be Your Private City Retreat
Bucharest is home to the world-renowned Revolution Square – the main rallying point of the 1989 revolution. The square is dominated by a stunning statue that commemorates those who lost their lives during the transfer of power. Also well worth a visit are the Arch of Triumph and the Romanian Atheneum – a stunning example of eastern European architecture and the current home of the George Enescu Philharmonic. Trendy bars, restaurants and nightclubs can be found at every turn, and with so much going on in this bustling city, you could be forgiven for feeling drained at the end of a busy day’s sight-seeing. However, booking holiday accommodation in Vitanu with 9flats will give you privacy and comfort that just isn’t possible in the city’s hotels.
Although the city is in the midst of a major transformation, it still retains its distinctive Romanian way of life, and many people opt to go couchsurfing in Bucharest as a way of experiencing it at close-quarters. Although the 9flats website offers a very similar service, it takes the idea a step further by giving international travellers the added option of having an entire property all to themselves. Whether you’re in search of holiday homes in Prahova or private lodgings in Buenos Aires, the properties available with 9flats are luxurious and secluded residences that allow you to experience the world’s greatest cities and towns from the perspective of local people.
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Latest reviews for places in Bucharest
Great place, just like the pictures. Its perfect for couple of days, its also great for 3 and 4 guests. Everything in the city center is 5 mins awayGeorgi reviewed Charming Old Town double studio in Ghencea
The total experience was awesome! The studio was clean, cozy and very well designed. The location is great (Very Central) and Florin was very kind host. We were totally satisfied and expecting to be back soon :)Baruch reviewed Korona Suites - Dalles Studio in Ghencea