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Beautiful and modern hotel in the city centre! – 4 star – Bucharest

Enjoy spacious guest rooms with separate hanging closets, cable television and private sun terraces serviced by this deluxe four star Secret Hotel in the heart of Bucharest. The property boasts first class business facilities including a secretarial service, audio/visual equipment and meeting rooms, whilst those looking to unwind can do so with one of the spa treatments offered. This eco friendly hotel has free parking, an airport shuttle service and an outdoor play area to keep little ones entertained. It’s the extra luxuries that set this hotel apart from the rest, a butler service, daily housekeeping and free internet in the lobby ensure guests are looked after throughout their stay. Have an incredible time at this beautiful and modern hotel in the city centre!

Begin your stay in Bucharest with a city tour so you can find your bearings and learn a little more about the history of this fascinating city. Make sure to include a walk around the old center to catch a glimpse of the famous architecture of the early 20th century that gave the city its nickname of ‘Little Paris’, before taking a tour of the Parliament Palace, the world’s second largest building. Bucharest has plenty of museums to keep you occupied and give you further insight into the country’s heritage and culture. The Village Museum is open-air and through it’s traditional buildings and artisan helps to explain the traditional Romanian way of life. The Museum often hosts festivals, events and workshops here so be sure to check the calendar during your stay.

If you’re travelling with children, keep them entertained with an afternoon at Oraselul Copiilor, a beautiful park where you can hire bicycles or enjoy the fair ground style rides like the Ferris wheel and mini train. Terra Park is also another good option, a centrally located theme park with more on offer for older children in the way of extreme rides as well as plenty for little ones.

In the evenings, why not enjoy a show at the National Theatre, or the Bucharest National Opera House? Afterwards enjoy some dinner at one of the city’s best venues such as the Italian Cantina Verde or La Ceaunu’ Crapat, a traditional Romanian restaurant. If you’re celebrating an occasion, the Skybar is the first roof top bar in the city with stunning views, delicious cocktails and a decent food menu to boot. For those looking to dance the night away, Bamboo is one of the best known clubs, although a little pricey, whilst Coyote Café has more of a livelier vibe with karaoke, live music and plenty of grooving!