x The average starting price for a place to stay in Bucharest is £35 per night.
Str. Splaiul Independentei no.2A Sector 3,030099Outstanding 95%
Christian Tell Str, No 21Excellent 93%
Carol Davila, 93, Sector 5, CotroceniExcellent 93%
Str Biserica Amzei, nr 22 Apt 3, Sector 1Excellent 90%
jess.roe The friendliest welcome I have had at a hostel in a long time. Facilities were fabulous, atmosphere was friendly and I felt safe the entire time. I highly recommend this hostel to anybody wanting to stay in Bucharest. The hostel owner gave me maps and advice about what to see, and where to eat and drink. Situated in a handy location to the main road and roughly a 10 minute walk to the old town, which is really lovely. Very much enjoyed my stay.
Str. Stirbei Voda Nr. 130, Sector 1, BucharestAwesome 89%
Mircea Vulcanescu 114 (former Stefan Furtuna St.),Awesome 86%
lipe I had a nice time at Friends Hostel. Its location near the main train station is very helpful when you intend to travel to the other nice locations away from Bucharest (Brasov, Sinaia, etc...) and also when you want to travel by underground in Bucharest. A few meters from the Hostel there is a bus stop from which you can take different buses to the historical city centre (about 10 min. without traffic, which is difficult in Bucharest!!!) There is also a big Carrefour supermark (10 min walking) which stays open until 23h. The people who work there are nice and willing to help you. The breakfast is a litle poor in content. You only have bread, margerine, jam and some spreadable cheese. I consider breakfast a very import meal and I expected a continental breakfast with Yogurt or milk and cereals. The internet conexion is very good but there isn't any microphone or headset to use with Skype or any other similiar software. The beds are comfortable and the hostel is very clean. Overall impression: 4/5 Thanx Chris, Vera and all that work there! All the best! Felipe
Create your own travel plan including Bucharest as one of your stops. You can use it to store all your research (even hotels found on other websites!)
Do you have questions about Bucharest? You might try asking in our active travel forums and see if anyone else has been there.
Keep your family and friends up to date with your trip by starting your own travel blog!