Perfectly situated, chic and cozy studio apartment in the stylish Bucharest Roman Square (Piata Romana), on a quiet street, but so very close to the restless city center. The studio is newly renovated and fully equiped, as it follows:
It has one room with 2 big windows provided with window shutters; cable TV, Wi-Fi and cable internet, clean linen, 2 big wardrobes with full body mirrors and hangers.
The sofa is easily converted into a bed for two.
It has a separate kitchen equipped with a stove and oven, table, chairs, dish soap, free tea and coffee and everything you need for cooking. The glass bricks wall is something we really liked.
The hallway has a jacket rack with shoe space and the refrigerator with freezer.
The small bathroom with built-in shower has everything you might need: towels, soap and shower gel, shampoo, toothpaste and hair dryer.
If there is something you need and it's not there, don't hesitate to ask.
The studio is cleaned before and after each guest, for extra cleaning during your stay, there is a 10 euro fee.
We can also offer transportation from the airport for 15 euro fee.
Guests have access to everything provided in the studio.
Interaction with Guests
We both work office hours, but we are available to help during your stay, just let us know :)
Roman Square - a name that underlines the Roman origins and sympathies of the Romanian people. Recently, there was the statue of Lupa Capitolina, the she-wolf, a copy of the original that is located in Rome. Bucharest's Lupa Capitolina is nomadic and has changed location many times.
On one side of the square is the Economy University, an amazing old building.
Besides its old churches, legendary fountains and parks, the secret spirit of Bucharest still lives through its wonderful castles and palaces and their amazing architecture. Many of these buildings are still in public use, following successive restorations, and you can suddenly come across one.
The location is very convenient, due to the short walking distance to all transportation methods: 2 minutes to bus station, Romana subway station and taxi.
Starting from Piata Romana, you might first walk east on Bulevardul Dacia for a look at some of the embassy mansions; then return to Piata Romana.
Next, head south on Bulevardul General Magheru. The street is filled with clothing stores, sidewalk vendors, pastry shops, cinemas, stationary stores (papeterie), and crystal shops.
On the east side of Balcescu Boulevard section you will find the Libraria Noi bookstore which has a good selection of American picture books and English novels. There are several art galleries along here, including two in the National Theater which is next to the high-rise Intercontinental Hotel. Behind the hotel are the American Consulate and the American Library. Reaching Piata Universitatii, on the west side of the street you will see Bucharest University and the sidewalk book and flower vendors; sit a moment at the fountain in the adjoining plaza and watch the activity. The subway (Metrou) concourse has shops, news-stands with American magazines, and several fast food eateries, including a pastry shop and pizzeria.
This underground passage is the easiest place to cross the boulevards, rather than deal with street traffic.
Continuing south, you will end this walk at Piata Unirii where you will find department stores, a large grassy square with park benches to rest on and its enormous complex of fountains. Piata Unirii's two subway (Metrou) lines link with all other subway stops.
Other Things to Note
Touristic informations will be available in the studio
- Smoking allowed
- Pets allowed
- Washing machine
Ride from airport
Ride to airport