The studio is located in Victory Avenue, no. 100 right across the Radisson Blu, away from the street noise due to its position on the last floor.
Very sunny, cozy, it's ideal for the travelers who want to explore the city by foot as the position it s exactly in the hearth of the city.
Romana Square is in the cultural downtown, near Athaeneum, The National Museum of Art, art galleries, lots of fashion shops on Victoriei Avenue and Magheru Boulevard. Just 50 meters from the subway station and bus station, including the express 783 from/to the airport ( 1euro/1 trip, in the airport, you can send a SMS for the ticket). Lots of restaurants, pubs, coffee-shops, organic stores and non-stop supermarkets in Amzei Square (about 60 meters from the building).The view is fantastic, you can see the buildings on Mendeleev Street, the Intercontinental Hotel and the sunsets are an everyday's delight. Easy access from the airport (just 2 minutes walking from the express bus station, 783, ). The area is full of restaurants, coffee, bars, pubs, shops, art galleries, theaters, the Romanian Athaeneum, museums.
In front of the building, there is a coffee shop ''Bazaro'', so you can take all sort of flavor coffee or natural juices.
On Mendeleev Street, you will find a famous cult pub M60, a tea house ''Camera din fata'', a Lebanese restaurant with delicious ice cream,salads and sweets.
Also, there is Mega Image supermarket in Amzei Square and on Magheru Boulevard.
Guest will access the entire unit.
- Free WiFi;
- clean set of towels;
- clean sheets;
- refrigerator, iron machine, washing machine, pots, pans, plates, cutlery, cups.
You're more than welcome with kids, we are also parents and we travel a lot together.
The studio is just oposite Radisson Blu, few meters away from Magheru Boulevard, that links Romana and University Square.
Due to its position, at the upper level, you won't even hear the fuss of the street, it's an oasis of light and comfort in the heart of the town.
Just 10 minutes walking to The Old Town and in walkable distance to everything you would like to discover.
Although it's a one way street, you'll always find a parking place. In the working days, for a fee (0.3euros/hour), and in week-end it's free.
Across the street is the subway (Romana) and the bus station to the airport.
There is a direct line (783) of public transit from the airport Henri Coanda-Otopeni to downtown. The price for one ticket is 3,5 lei (0,8 euro).
You can see all the north part of the city till downtown so I strongly recommend you to use this the express bus. Here is 783 schedule from the airport and to the airport.
I can provide you transport from the airport for a fee.