K+K Hotel Elisabeta

Address: Slanic Street 26, Bucharest, 030242, Romania | 4 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsK+K Hotel Elisabeta Bucharest

      Reviewed by pwong

      Very Unique Hotel Business-Class Hotel With a Personal Touch

      Reviewed Aug 7, 2014
      by (103 reviews) Calgary , Canada Flag of Canada

      Fantastic business-class hotel that provides the level of personal service expected from a small hotel or guesthouse. Rooms are huge with a separate sitting area and desk, and even a tablet for use during the stay. Breakfast was excellent both in variety and quality. Staff go out of their way to make you feel at home in Bucharest, volunteering information on local attractions without even being prompted. It was a nice surprise when, moments after arriving in our room, a knock came at the door and we were delivered a pack of welcome chocolates and a bottle of water. I can't say enough about this place, and would definitely look for other K+K hotels elsewhere in Europe - the value was fantastic for this level of hotel and service, especially when we obtained a very reasonable rate by pre-paying on the hotel's website.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews K+K Hotel Elisabeta Bucharest

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