Ramada Majestic Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Majestic Hotel Bucharest
Typical city centre chain hotel - everything in its place but no character. Being 1 nights on a booking.come deal, we got the room furthest from the lift of course, where the wi-fi signal barely existed but it works well in the public areas. Plentiful breakfast but only mediocre coffee. Very convenient location for the main sites and eating out areas.
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