The Athenee Palace Hilton opened in 1914 and was designed by the French architect Theophile Bradeau. Over the last century the hotel has played host to kings and presidents and Hollywood celebrities and was one of the primary settings in the Balkan Trilogy novels by Olivia Manning.
Located right in the heart of the city, the hotel has views of Revolution Square. The Romanian Athenaeum is close by, as well as many historic attractions, cafes, shops and theatres. The hotel has recently been refurbished and is the right choice for people who want a classic hotel in a central location.
An elegant and stylish hotel, the Grand Continental opened in 2009 after undergoing four years of restoration. There are 53 rooms and 6 suites, which have all been decorated in the biedermeier style. A good choice for people that prefer an independent boutique hotel with local flavor.
The hotel is well located in Victoriei Avenue, which has been at the centre of Bucharest life since the 1800s. Within walking distance are many attractions, such as the History Museum, National Art Museum, the University, Palace Hall and the National Theatre.
The Radisson Blu has a sleek modern interior, with a buzzing central lobby and bar. This modern hotel is very centrally located, close to all the main attractions, including Revolution Square, the National Museum of Art and Cismigiu Park. An added bonus is the outdoor swimming pool that is very enticing during hot summer days!
The Ramada is a modern hotel situated on Calea Victoriei, one of the oldest streets in Bucharest, within the city's cultural, shopping and financial center. Close by are many important monuments and institutions, such as the Romanian Athenaeum, the University, the National Theatre and National Museum of Art.
The hotel has its own restaurant, offering Romanian and International cuisine, and a Bar and Bistro, with a wide range of cocktails. There is also a Wellness Club with fitness centre, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and sauna, as well as a beauty and hair salon.
A traditional Saxon hotel, Casa Fronius has a charming location at the foot of the 175 covered wooden Scholars' Stairs, which date from 1642. The former house of the Fronius family, it was one of the only buildings to survive the devastating fire in 1676. From here, it is easy to explore all of Sighisoara's sites.
Casa Fronius has just seven rooms, each with its own style. In some of them, the gothic ceilings still bear the marks of the great fire. The furniture is classic, having being purchased piece by piece from all over Transylvania. There is a small bar in the old cellar and the tables bear inscriptions from 1822 or 1900.
Dating back to the 1600s, the hotel is the former house of Georgius Krauss, a remarkable cultural personality, and his works are exhibited on the ground floor. The building itself is also a historical monument and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
Inside this boutique hotel there are just seven double rooms and two twin rooms, each with its own unique décor. The cosy restaurant is located in the cellar and serves quality Romanian wine. There are many landmarks nearby, such as the Catholic Church, the Central Square, the City Hall and the Clock Tower.
Casa Levoslav, or Levoslav House, is a classic hotel with a great location in the historical center of Sibiu. Built in 1840, in the former residence of the composer and conductor Jan Levoslav Bella, it underwent a complete renovation in 2008. However, the original works of art with a musical theme have been retained. There are just seven rooms, seven apartments and two family suites.
The hotel's central location is an excellent starting point to explore the town. Only a few steps away guests can visit the Grand Square, the Bruckenthal Museum, the House of Arts and the Thalia Concert Hall. There are also many restaurants and bars in the Old Town, within easy walking distance. For the more active traveller, there is a small gym reserved for hotel guests only.
This modern hotel has a great location in Cluj downtown, located close to many restaurants, bars and terraces, yet still within a quiet area of the city. Within easy walking distance are many places of interest, such as Central Park, Museum Square, the Opera House and the National Theatre.
The Marco Polo Restaurant, located on the mezzanine, has a selection of international dishes and local and international wines. There is also a spa and Jacuzzi to relax in and a swimming pool from which you can enjoy fantastic panoramic views of the city.
This boutique hotel has 31 rooms and suites, with all the décor coming from Italy. The majority of rooms also have a balcony overlooking the beautiful square Avram Iancu, with its 19th century Cathedral and National Theatre. There is one fine dining restaurant in the hotel, as well as a panoramic rooftop grill bar.
Beyfin is located in Cluj city centre, with easy access to the old historic center. Nearby is City Hall, the Botanical Gardens and the Art Museum.
This three star hotel has a total of 49 rooms. There is a restaurant offering traditional Romanian food and international cuisine, as well as a terrace restaurant and barbecue area for when the weather is warm enough.
Hilde's Residence is a small, but very stylish and cosy house in the heart of Bucovina, located 500 meters from downtown Gura Humorului. The restaurant uses many of the ingredients grown on site, in the apple tree orchard and vegetable garden. Guests may also relax in the garden hammocks.
La Roata has five great quality, restored old houses. 'Roata' means water-wheel, and this traditional accommodation has a watermill, as well as its own restaurant and wine cellar.
An elegant, boutique hotel, Bella Muzica has a great location in the historic centre of Brasov. The building that houses the hotel is 400 years old with neoclassical architecture. Mexican, Hungarian as well as traditional dishes are served in the restaurant and many places of interest are located nearby.
A small hotel, with 24 rooms, Casa Wagner is located on the town's main square. Set within a classified historic building dating back to 1477, formerly a German back, there are many cafes, restaurants and shops right on its doorstep. The hotel strives to be 'a home away from home'.
For those looking for calm (and no television!), the Inn on Balaban with its splendid hilltop location, might be just the thing. Owned by the Dimancescu-Bastea family, you'll enjoy the Inn's local home cooking and the best of Romanian wines. There are many walking trails to follow or you might like to visit the nearby Bran Castle, also known as 'Dracula's Castle'.