How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of Berthelot
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Berthelot Bucharest
Travel Blogs from Bucharest
... Mario our Program Director talk about "Growing up in Eastern Europe" The theme was similar to the information from our tour guides, who were all local to the country of the tour. I had to regain my knowledge of history because everyone spoke about the rule under the Ottoman Empire and the influence of the Hapsburgs in the Austria-Hungarian Empire. Each country had it own people, but ...
... 8217;t exactly a vampire, but he was nonetheless terrifying. It was very different from the castles we had gone to earlier in the day!
On our way back to the train station from Bran’s Castle, we stopped for dinner at an Irish pizza place. Andrei, Sorina’s brother, gave me a sip of his Coke to try because he wanted to know if it was different from American Coke; turns out, it was! It was sweeter and also had more carbonation. I also ordered a Dracula ...
... Europe look exactly the same as the European packaged products sold in Israel.
Later, I took the metro to Piața Unirii (Union Square). The metro was very clean, modern, and efficient. Once again, only a minimum of a two-way fare could be purchased for 4 Lei (about $1.25).
Once at Piața Unirii, I attempted to look for the Templul Coral, one of the main synagogues in Bucharest. What was supposed to be ...
... have one of these on a holiday as you never know when if may come in handy. Going to sleep on this old train was easy with the clitter/clatter of the train over the railway tracks and the gentle sway of the car as it gradually motors along. This is not a fast journey by any means, but the scenery is very enjoyable. We moved from rolling hills of corn and sunflowers, into rugged mountain cliffs with the train track winding its way through the beautiful ...
... I never thought I would go to Romania. I really never thought I would go to Romania to run in an international half-marathon.
Shelby and I have been training for the full marathon in Greece so we thought running a half-marathon one month before would be a good idea. So off we went to Bucharest with 4 other Fulbrighters. I was so happy Hannah, Maeve, Athena, and Julianna came along to cheer us on! Thursday I went to Targovishte to meet up with Shelby since ...