Experiences in Bucharest

Time is on your side? Discover Bucharest’s attractions, monuments, historical places, relaxation and fun spots. Because our hotel is located in the city center, you have quick access or convenient connexions to travel anywhere you want. Here are some ideas to inspire you.

Old Town

Old buildings, bearing in them the history and tales of the historical city center, now renovated and transformed, are waiting to be discovered. From the Old Court, once the residence of Vlad the Impaler, palace transformed into open air museum and Stavropoleos Church, built in 1724 by a greek monk, to Cărturești Carusel, a modern library with a 1000m² surface located in an old renovated building and the Romanian National History Museum, there are many tourist attractions that make the Old Town a special and unique place.

Also, this is the place to find many restaurants, bars and clubs, that will serve you Romanian and international dishes, tasty drinks and where you can have fun every weekend, just 12 minutes away from our hotel.

Palace of Parliament

The Palace of Parliament (People’s House) is the office for the two rooms of the Romanian Parliament and is located on the Spirii Hill, in the center of Bucharest. This is world’s third largest administrative building that is still in use, the heaviest and the most expensive administrative building in the world. It is made of 9 levels above ground and 9 below and has a surface of 330.000 m².

Its construction started in 1984 at the request of the president of that time Nicolae Ceaușescu, under the direction of architect Anca Petrescu. Today, the building is used at less than 40% of its capacity.

This tourist attraction is located 10 minutes away from Piața Unirii (Union Square), so at aprox. 20 minutes of walking distance from CH Bucharest hotel. For information about visiting hours and fees, consult this guide: http://cic.cdep.ro/en/visiting/opening-hours-and-tariffs.

Village Museum

With over 300 houses and traditional Romanian buildings exposed in open air, the Village Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Bucharest. Located near Herăstrău park, another beautiful place we encourage you to visit, the museum is composed of peasant houses with reed roofs, houses built in the ground, wooden cabins, churches, barns, mills, all brought from different parts of the country, to showcase the beauties of each zone. Among the many buildings, the museum also has on display artifacts, ceramics and other traditional objects from various parts of Romania.

Close to the Aviatorilor subway station, the museum is easy to find and is an important landmark if you have a few hours to spare. For information about transport and tickets, consult this link: https://muzeul-satului.ro/en/.


An exotic destination near Bucharest, Therme is a combination of a SPA center, pool, aquatic park and urban beach. Parks, relaxation zones, restaurants, swimming pools and fun areas, all will guarantee you a special day. Yes, you can spend an entire day in this place, to enjoy all the benefits.

It is located at a 45 min. driving distance from CH Bucharest, but you can also travel by bus. Access requires a bracelet and the tickets can be purchased online, to simplify the check-in. For more information about transport and fees, visit this link: https://therme.ro/.

Bran Castle

Take a day trip to Bran Castle, also known as Dracula’s Castle and enjoy a little history, relaxation and gorgeous mountain views. Located at an aprox. 200 km distance from Bucharest, the castle is a very popular tourist attraction, because of the misterious aura that surrounds it. The castle is an internationally recognised landmark transformed into a museum, giving its visitors the chance to see old furniture and objects once belonging to Queen Mary, as well as access to towers, passages and frightening hollows.

Nearby you will find Râșnov Citadel, an engineering masterpiece, with 9 towers, 30 houses, a chapel and many more interesting buildings.

Visit this landmark’s website to obtain information about how you can reach it and visitation schedule: http://www.bran-castle.com/.

For more details, please ask Reception!