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Capital Plaza Hotel is perfect for a city trip to Bucharest, the capital of Romania.
The hotel is perfectly located next to Victoria Square, the lively district, Dorobanti, and Herastrau park, ideal for family or romantic walks.
The Village Museum and the Peasant Museum both which offer a great experience of the romanian rural world, old and new and its whole diversity.
500 meters from the city center, the hotel enjoys an ideal location in the heart of Bucharest between Victoria Square and the lively Dorobanti district. Located near the Piata Victoriei metro stop, it provides access to major points of interest in the city.
The Capital Plaza has a restaurant, a café, a bar / lounge and a fitness center (free access), a terrace, free Wi-fi and multilingual staff. Kubbler Kaffee recalls the history of Bucharest's cafes at the beginning of the 20th century and the 1880 restaurant offers Mediterranean cuisine. The sommelier will help you choose from the long wine list.
The 95 air-conditioned rooms come with a safe, minibar, espresso machine and tea and coffee making facilities. The bathroom is equipped with a shower and a hairdryer. A bathrobe and slippers are available upon request.
Bulevardul Iancu de Hunedoara 54, București 011745, Romania
Region : Walachia
Walachia is a region in the south of Romania, where you will find the Romanian capital Bucharest, which is also nicknamed the "Little Paris of the Balkans". Situated in the north by the Carpathian mountains, to the east and south by the Danube, Wallachia offers vast plains, forests and valleys where a large number of horses and cattle are raised. Wallachia (the southern lowlands region) has a continental climate: winter is still cold, while summer is warmer than in the rest of the country.
City : Bucharest
Cosmopolitan city since the late nineteenth, it is adorned with vast boulevards and an architectural wealth unparalleled. The neobaric pearls, Belle Epoque Art Nouveau and then Art Deco succeed and abound, earning it the nickname of "Little Paris of the Balkans" Crossed by two rivers and surrounded by many green spaces, the Romanian capital crossed the communist era, in knowing how to preserve his treasures.
If the immense "Ceausescu Palace" - currently the seat of the Parliament of Romania, remains one of the landmarks, the large squares and avenues of the center are a treat to stroll. Contrasting, friendly, Bucharest is also full of churches, museums, theaters, shops and restaurants / terraces with very distinctive charms and street music festivals from spring to autumn.