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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCapitol Hotel Bucharest
It was a nice hotel, especially the location. The staff at the reception were quite helpful. I only wish the room had been a bit cooler.
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... and sweet thrills, makes you to dream of a long past history, history of a famous bakery and cafe which gathered both, aristocrats, merchants and bohemian.
The house was founded by Dumitru Capsa, a Macedonian confectioner from Moscopole, who arrived in Bucharest after destroying of his hometown by the Ottoman artillery in 1788.
This job has been transmitted from one generation to another, passing on to Constantin (youngest son ...
... built between 1984 and 1997. We walked through a lot of communist era architecture - grid design for the streets, huge open squares, and big imposing buildings looming over us- until we got to the old centre which had cobblestone streets and smaller buildings again. We had an amazing supper in Bucharest at a really neat restaurant. It looked so fancy, with high ceilings and marble floors, but it wasn't expensive. We walked home through the business district, enjoying the city at ...
... fighting the residue of jet lag until I was startled awake just before five. Outside was a huge commotion. At first it sounded positive, so I thought it was part of the Bucharest Days celebration-- but there were distinct chants. Soccer rally? The local team was playing tonight but that didn't seem right either. It was a very large group right outside, they stayed for at least half an hour before finally moving on-- turned out it was a ...
... time exploring. The Danube here is very wide and a fast current, 4 knots, and we are just gliding along. Very hot outside but great inside the rooms. We have been cruising for four and a half hours and have only passed one small village but have seen dozens of barges on the river. The sides of the river are lined with beech ...
The journey into Romania will be one that I will always remember but not for the picturesque views. Our first train was from Varna to Russe, a small town at the border of Bulgaria and Romania. We arrived early at the station to make sure we got a seat and the train left right on time, 9:15am on the dot. But that was as lucky as we were going to get all day. The train was old, the doors had to be closed manually and they had toilets ...