Welcome to Bucharest
Discover a breath-taking panorama of our city and enjoy your visit inBucharest at Hotel Unique, a boutique hotel offering you accommodation at international standards.
We have the great pleasure to welcome our guests in a brand new renovated hotel in Bucharest in August 2011. Hotel Unique was build in 2006 and to the benefit and the best comfort of our guests, after a large investment in renovation and innovation in August, we are now again opened in an exquisite and hospitable atmosphere.
Hotel Unique Bucharest has a ultra-central position in the capital city of Romania. Its neighbors, its architecture and design will guarantee guests the high quality services and management of the hotel staff. You will be treated very special from the moment you are welcomed and you will enjoy a well-deserved rest within a pleasant warm atmosphere brought upon by the comfort that they will encounter in the hotel rooms.
Hotel Unique`s Bucharest team is aiming to offer its guests the best service and quality that they would have found in an important international hotel as well. Hotel Unique will greet you with flavoured coffee, fine drinks and food, a sumptuous breakfast buffet or an internet access free of charge.
This business-friendly hotel offers a bar/lounge and a snack bar/deli. Guests are served a complimentary breakfast. Complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access is available in public areas and an Internet point is located on site. This 4-star hotel features business amenities including a 24-hour business center, a meeting/conference room, and a technology helpdesk. The staff can arrange concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and event catering. Additional amenities include a rooftop terrace, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. For a surcharge, guests receive transportation including a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request), an area shuttle, and a train station pick-up service. Onsite parking is complimentary. The property has designated areas for smoking. A total renovation of this property was completed in September 2011.
Well-positioned in Bucharest City Center, Venezia Hotel is the ideal point of departure for your excursions in Bucharest. From here, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. Also within easy reach are Cişmigiu Garden, Prince Mihai Monastery, Cinematica Eforie. At Venezia Hotel, the excellent service and superior facilities make for an unforgettable stay. To name a few of the hotel’s facilities, there are bar/pub, laundry service/dry cleaning, babysitting, pets allowed, bicycle rental.
Experience high quality room facilities, including in room safe, bathrobes, bathtub, television, daily newspaper, to help you recharge after a long day. The hotel offers fantastic facilities, including fitness center, to help you unwind after an action-packed day in the city. When you are looking for comfortable and convenient accommodations in Bucharest, make Venezia Hotel your home away from home.
24h room service, airport transfer, bar/pub, babysitting, bicycle rental, business center, elevator, pets allowed, room service, safety deposit boxes, meeting facilities, laundy service/dry cleaning
Located in the city center, the Rembrandt Hotel Bucharest is just 500 meters from the National Museum of Contemporary Art and the House of the People. The National Opera House, RomExpo Fair, and Arc of Triumph are also close by. The Village Museum offers crafts for sale. Otopeni Henri Coanda Airport is 20 kilometers from the Rembrandt Hotel Bucharest.
Sixteen guestrooms are available. Each room of the Rembrandt Hotel Bucharest offers air conditioning, contemporary decor, large beds, digital televisions, free wireless Internet access, free bottled water, and Tiffany lamps. The private bathrooms offer bath robes. Non-smoking rooms are available.
The hotel is housed in a seven-floor building that was constructed in 1925 and was renovated in 2005. Breakfast is offered at no additional charge for guests of the Rembrandt Hotel Bucharest and there is a casual restaurant onsite. Guests can enjoy a drink at Cafe Klein and 24 hour room service is available. Massage treatments and the spa make for a relaxing getaway. Currency exchange services are conveniently offered at this hotel.
Dining options at this romantic hotel include a coffee shop/café and a bar/lounge. A complimentary breakfast is available. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. This 3-star hotel features business amenities including a technology helpdesk, limo/town car service, and secretarial services. The staff can arrange concierge services, tour/ticket assistance, and business services. Additional amenities include a library, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. For a surcharge, guests receive transportation including an area shuttle and a roundtrip airport shuttle.
The capital city of Romania, Bucharest is the economic, industrial and cultural centre of the country. Its population of almost 2 million residing in an area of 230 square kilometres makes the city one of the largest in Southern Europe. Nicknamed in the past as “Little Paris of the East” much of the architecture and history that made Bucharest great is sadly no more; however there are still many hidden gems just waiting to be discovered.
Culture lovers will have much to keep them busy in the city which has a wealth of museums and galleries many of which celebrate traditional Romanian life. A few good ones to check out are the Village Museum (a historical open air museum), the Museum of the Romanian Peasant (dedicated to the traditions of Romanian people) and the National History Museum (documenting the evolution of Romanian society). Art lovers head to the National Museum of Contemporary Modern Art where fine examples from Romania’s art scene can be discovered.
Perhaps the most famous piece of Romanian history is that of Count Dracula and his vampires. The old town area of Bucharest is home to the Old Princely Court Museum located on the site of the palace of Vlad III Dracula the ruler of the country in the 15th century and the man fabled to be Dracula. The area of Transylvania is a day trip away from Bucharest and for those brave enough to go, the famous Castle of Bran, Count Dracula’s home can be visited.