If you are making plans to go on a fun filled city break to Little Paris this spring, we know where you will find the best Bucharest accommodation – at Hotel Cișmigiu, a century old building located in the city’s center. Spring is here with its warm sunshine, colorful and beautifully scented flowers, longer afternoons… so the season of travel is also blooming everywhere! Most capital cities have a cheerful vibe during spring, but not all shine as brightly as Bucharest, which was used to be called The Little Paris because of its architecture and romantic charm.

Bucharest is Romania’s biggest city, with around 2 million inhabitants, and it is a place filled with history. Being the country’s capital, this is where one can find all important administrative buildings; Bucharest is also the commercial center of Romania. The legend says that the name București (Bucharest) comes from a shepherd who founded the town on the Dâmbovița river, whose name was Bucur (loosely translated as ” joy”  in Romanian). Regardless of these legends, a visit to Bucharest will surely bring a smile on your face, as it is a very fun filled, beautiful and interesting city. When you do come, make sure to pick Cișmigiu Hotel as your accommodation!

Hotel Cișmigiu, located on an important, central Boulevard of Bucharest – Regina Elisabeta Boulevard (which, in the past, used to be the equivalent of Broadway in Bucharest), is set in a historical building built in 1912 which, of course, has been restored in the last few years and declared a national landmark. The architectural style of the building is the very chic Art Nouveau. The name of the hotel, Cișmigiu, is borrowed from Cișmigiu Gardens, the city’s oldest public park. The Cișmigiu Gardens are located just a few meters away from the hotel.

Nowadays, Cișmigiu Hotel is one of the most important 4 star hotels in Bucharest. Thanks to its central location in an important historical building, and the excellent services and facilities, this hotel is one of the best options for a Bucharest accommodation for anybody travelling here – tourists, as well as travelling business people.

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The stylish Bucharest accommodation at Cișmigiu Hotel

When you’re travelling, you want to make sure that you are staying in a convenient, safe and comfortable accommodation, where you can relax, get a good night’s sleep and, ideally, wake up to a delicious breakfast. This is exactly what you’ll get if you choose Cișmigiu Hotel, and excellent Bucharest accommodation that also includes modern facilities that will make your stay a very pleasant one.

At Cișmigiu Hotel you will find three types of accommodation that will guarantee you an excellent stay: the Deluxe Suite, the Executive Suite (both with a view towards to the Boulevard) and the the Superior Suite, with a view towards the private courtyard. Each suite has the size of an actual two-room apartment. These suites are spacious and also include a private, ready to be used kitchen equipped with an energy efficient ceramic hob, sink, and coffee machine. When you stay at Cișmigiu Hotel, you immediately feel right at home. Plus, this is a family friendly hotel, perfect for when you travel with your better half and children.

Bucharest accommodation at its finest: Modern suites with retro chic personality

These modern suites have a retro-chic personality, plus a friendly attitude. Other facilities include Free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, Chopard cosmetic products, LED TV, telephone, minibar, safety box, sofa, hair dryer, telephone, refrigerator. This Bucharest accommodation is definitely your home away from home, except here, you enjoy room services, every day from 12.00 PM to 11.00 PM! Breakfast is served every day Monday-Friday: 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM, Saturday-Sunday, from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM. Whichever one of these rooms you shall choose, comfort and style will define your stay!

When staying at Cișmigiu Hotel, you might not even want to leave your room, since everything you need is right there, at your service. But we do encourage you to get out and enjoy this beautiful city during one of its best seasons! And since Cișmigiu Hotel has such an excellent, central location, you will easily discover Bucharest and some of its most important landmarks.

Just after a few minutes’ walk, you will encounter the second largest administrative building in the world (Palace of the Parliament), a wonderful and emblematic park (Cișmigiu Gardens), a gorgeous concert hall (The Romanian Athenaeum), The Old Princely Court which was, in 1459 the palace of Vlad Țepeș ”Dracula”, and many more architectural gems and unique sights.

One of the best restaurants in Bucharest

After a day of wandering around Bucharest, you can enjoy a delicious dinner at the Gambrinus Beer House, located on the ground floor of the hotel. Here, you are welcome to discover the local cuisine. From the most popular Romanian courses, including grandma’s dishes and desserts, to beer crafted from a 1869 recipe, your dining experience is going to be legendary!

Comfortable, convenient, modern and stylish – this is how Cișmigiu Hotel, one of the best accommodations in Bucharest presents itself to you. Don’t take our word for it – come and experience it yourself! Contact us and book a room, and you will be booking an extremely enjoyable 4 star experience in one of the coolest European capitals.


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