Enjoyed the central location, the comfortable beds, spotless bathroom and room, and the overall great condition of the hotel. Front desk personnel extremely helpful. Nice selection of teas and coffee in the room.
Traveller from Detroit
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This is our favorite hotel when in Bucharest (and it has been for the past 4 years, after trying a few others)! Excellent service and staff, clean and comfortable room, free WiFi. Close to downtown, metro station, Lipscani, etc. Airport transfer available, too. Excellent breakfast!
Traveller from Boston
Modern hotel newly opened in 2006, situated in the city centre, 200 m from the National Theatre and Romanian History …More
A touch outdated . Great location . Very professional and friendly staff. Both restaurants too over priced with a menu that was flat and boring. The bar scene very quiet ,the bar staff among the best I've seen. Overall still one of the better places to stay in Bucharest.
We had been staying at another hotel in Bucharest, probably built in the Communist era. After several days we decided we needed to pamper ourselves, and the Grand Continental worked perfectly. We had drinks on the first-floor terrace, used the fitness center, had tea one afternoon, and even dined in the restaurant. All were top-notch. The room was grand and quiet. And the location is perfect for exploring the more elegant parts of the city or for bar hopping in Lipscani.
Traveller from New York
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The hotel is in a great location, close to many attractions. The staff is friendly and helpful. The room was huge, it was clean, the AC wasn't working though but we didn't need it since it wasn't that hot. The room has all the facilities, no iron though and the hair dryer looked kind of weird, like a vacuum. The minibar is filled with chocolate, beer, small bottles of alcohol, water, even condoms, the whole thing would cost about 100 Euros, I would suggest getting drinks from a store in the street, much cheaper. There is free wifi which is very convenient, breakfast is served in a basement, in a pretty small room but the food was good, not too much variety but sufficient. And it was free. The young lady serving was very nice and helpful. Overall a good experience and I would definetly come back.
We are located in downtown Bucharest. We have 26 apartments -singlle rooms, apartments, apartments with kitchen, apartments …More
University Square is home to an interesting mix of green areas, vibrant squares, and educational and cultural institutions. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the picturesque Cismigiu Garden or visit Revolution Square, home to the former Royal Palace and now housing the Romanian National Art Museum. Sidewalk book merchants and florists add to the area’s interesting vibe.