A lovely, chic and bright apartment which will give you much more space, comfort and privacy than any hotel in downtown Bucharest.
Located at University Square on a quiet street and facing the Intercontinental Hotel, this short term rental apartment with one bedroom has all you could ask for: best location in town, panoramic views of Bucharest and tranquillity.Situated on the eight floor (building with elevator), the luxury flat is tastefully decorated in warm colours, for a pleasant and relaxing ambiance. The living room is flooded in light all day long and comprises a seating area with an extensible sofa, a TV with cable channels and a dining area. The large windows open to a balcony.The bedroom is cozy, perfect for a good night rest and comes with drapes. The kitchen is completely equipped with all what it would be needed for preparing a meal or making a coffee. The large bathroom features a Jacuzzi tub, where you can relax after a long day of sightseeing. As you walk out of the building, the metro station University Square is in front of you. Public transport station is just across the street as well. For your comfort, around the building you can find all you might need: supermarkets, pharmacies and small shops. The renowned Old Town and Lipscani is at 5 minutes walking. The Old Town, with its cobble stone street is an amazing maze of charm and history, where you can just wander around and admire the buildings, have a coffee on a patio or visit Vlad Dracul`s (aka Dracula) Palace Court. The famous Parliament Palace is a metro ride (to Unirii Square) or a good walk away form this Bucharest rental, but is well worth it a visit.If you want that your stay in Bucharest to be perfect, than just rent for few days or weeks this flat and you will not regret it!TIP: If you want to unwind, just go to Therme Spa, the biggest spa in Europe and the free bus stop which takes you there is few minutes from this rental.
The nearest metro station is University Square (Piata Universitatii), on M2 blue line. The apartment is at 1 minute walking. From Henri Coanda Airport (Otopeni) take bus 783 to University Square.From University Square you have quick access to any part of the city, by public transportation, metro or taxi.
Public parking (free or paid) is available nearby.
The apartment is located in the safest area of the city.
Transfers to and from the airport can be arranged on request. Please specify if you need this service when booking an apartment.
Late check-in/early check-out:
If you arrive after 22:00, or you want to check-out early in the morning, it can be arranged, free of charge.
We speak your language: English, French, Italian, Spanish and Romanian.
We accept payments with MasterCard, Visa and PayPal. No surcharges apply. Please let us know if you want to pay by bank card before your arrival.
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Check-in: after 13:00
Check-out: before 12:00
Pets: only on request
Parties: are not allowed
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