Hotel Cismigiu, conveniently located in an historical building near the Old Ciy Bucharest, celebrates on June 24th The Universal Day of the Romanian Blouse. For the second year in a row, Hotel Cismigiu joins Romanian communities in 48 countries and 100 cities in a global event.
The ladies working at the reception desk at Hotel Cismigiu welcomes their guests wearing the traditional Romanian Blouse. The blouses are hand sewn with traditional patterns and symbols from different parts of the country.
In this manner, Hotel Cismigiu supports the initiative coordinated by the online community “La Blouse Roumanie”, in order to promote the Romanian traditional values, history and culture and some of the hidden beauties of this country.
If you are planning on visiting Bucharest this summer together with your family, prepare to pack light as Hotel Cismigiu takes care of all the essentials. Extended families friendly rooms/apartments and cots, soft cutlery and bottle warmer, special bathroom fittings for babies, a pull-out sofa bed in living and not one but two cable flat screen led TVs in your room. If you are a parent and love to cook for your children, this is for you: fully equipped kitchen in the apartament which makes the place perfect to eat and play. Plus, the nearby park awaits all the kids for fun. Join in Cismigiu Hotel and take advantage of all!
"This January was cold and gloomy, but when I visited the Ci?migiu Hotel earlier this month, the afternoon light was beautifully gilding the old buildings lining the Regina Elisabeta Boulevard. That was definitely a view to remember when it comes to a grey capital city such as Bucharest. It was the moment I entered the lobby through the heavy cast iron doors when I realized it was going to be a different kind of business meeting." Read the entire story here.
Hotel Cismigiu is one of the first modern hotels of the Little Paris. Known as Place Hotel at that time, it was considered the most modern of all hotels in Bucharest, with 200 rooms, a spectacular chandelier lightened the lobby and a monumental staircase.
The building was restored in 2012, preserving from its past the original facades and the historic door. See how it looks today Hotel Cismigiu by watching this special coverage.