Bucharest is a city full of contrasts, which we live and experience every day. Architecture has followed its path to the new, but the emblematic buildings of the capital still remain on the “must-see” list of tourists. The Romanian Athenaeum, the People’s House, the Royal Palace are some of the buildings that attract the eyes of passers-by. Stepping captivated by the charm of the facades and the energy of the city, we also discover a cultural Bucharest full of museums, memorial houses, theater performances, art festivals held outdoors or in corners full of charm and personality.
If you start from Romană Square, the National Art Museum of Romania, the Theodor Aman Museum, the Artmark Galleries and the “Carol I” Central University Library will be revealed to you. The Village Museum and the Museum of the Romanian Peasant tell stories about the life of the ancestors, popular crafts that still exist today, while the Museum of Recent Art or the Museum of Senses bring a touch of the city’s modern culture.
Undoubtedly, Bucharest arouses a lot of emotions and wants to be discovered on foot, lived with intensity and admired for a long time. It is the capital that is eagerly waiting to receive our attention, whether we are locals or travelers. If you want to visit the city, probably the question you ask yourself during this uncertain period from a health point of view: where do you stay safely in Bucharest? Well, you can stay right in the heart of the city, in a 4-star hotel, which meets the highest standards of safety and hygiene: Mercure Bucharest City Center Hotel.
Located on George Enescu Street, a name with a special resonance, our hotel is one of the few hotels that have received ALL Safe certification from Bureau Veritas and Accor. This means that all safety and hygiene recommendations and procedures have been successfully implemented, in accordance with the national regulations. If you book a room at this hotel in the center of Bucharest, you can check in online and check out leaving the key in the special box that you can found in the lobby next to the reception.
Also, informative notes on hygiene measures and disinfectant dispensers are available in all public spaces of the hotel. For the safety and health of hotel guests, breakfast is served “à la carte”, either in the restaurant, with all physical distance measures provided, or in your room.
In addition to all this, what Mercure Bucharest City Center guests appreciate most are the hospitality and the additional facilities offered: fitness centre, the possibility to have lunch or dinner at WINESTONE® Enescu, the hotel’s restaurant with terrace, but also the promotions and the special prices* (*for members enrolled in ALL loyalty program). The spacious and elegant rooms of the hotel carry the delicate symbol of music and inspire harmony and comfort. Their windows can be opened safely, for a fresh air at any time of the day. The decoration elements inspired by music can be seen at every step: from the hotel facade, to the lobby and in each of the 114 rooms.
Find out more about the benefits of guests on https://mercurebucharestcenter.com/ro/ and book a room! Travel safe and experience the amazing Bucharest!
First published on: www.infoturism.ro