Located in Bucharest, Europa Royale Bucharest is a short drive from Palace of the Parliament and provides private parking on site. It is set amongst a variety of well-known shops and is within a 10-minute walk of Universitate Metro Station.
There are a range of facilities available to guests of the hotel, such as free Wi-Fi, an express check-in and check-out feature and meeting facilities. Staff are available 24/7 and can help with booking tours and tickets.
Europa Royale Bucharest offers air conditioned rooms with a flat-screen TV, a mini bar and slippers. They provide heating, a private bathroom and a ceiling fan.
Those staying at the hotel can sit down to a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, suitably based for those who want to stay close at mealtime. Each evening, guests are able to relax in the lounge bar. Guests are also able to try one of the various bars and restaurants in the surrounding area.
For those arriving by public transport or wanting to explore the area, Europa Royale Bucharest is conveniently within a five-minute walk of Piata Unirii Metro Station. University of Bucharest is a brief stroll away.
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Cons:The hotel has a bit of a weird set up, where half of the rooms face an internal atrium. If you get one of these rooms you can hear everything going on in the lobby and the restaurant, regardless of whether you have your window open or not. Speaking of which, these internal rooms are very, very hot. There is a thermostat in the room but even if you have it set to the lowest setting (18 degrees) it feels like 25 degrees. I had the manager come up to see if it was broken and he said it was working perfectly and it was a lovely temperature, why didn't I like it? I am a person that runs cold- I am constantly wearing slippers and sweaters and throwing blankets on myself at home- if I'm saying it's hot, it's hotter than most people can take. I tried a different internal room and it was exactly the same and eventually moved to a room on the outside perimeter of the building, these rooms have a window to the outside with fresh air. You can hear a bit of traffic but it's much easier to sleep. They charge something like 40 euros more a night for these rooms, which seemed like a lot considering they are pretty similar, just quieter and not boiling hot. (by the way I had two colleagues staying at the same hotel and they had the same experience- they didn't change rooms and they barely slept all week due to the noise and heat). The internet does not work very well. There are connection issues- particularly with newer apple devices. I have an iPhone X and I was only able to get onto the internet 3 times in my 8 night stay. The manager told me this was a problem with my phone- even though I have never had an issue connecting to the internet anywhere with this phone and I connected to wifi no problem with other restaurants in the area as well as at the airport. I was able to connect with my laptop and iPad without issues. It was fairly fast (on average about 7-10 MBPS up and down) although it's not completely stable- occasionally there are dips so if you are doing a lot of video calls for work, keep that in mind. Housekeeping was mediocre. On the days when I tipped, the room was cleaned ok. On the days I forgot to tip they barely made the bed and threw the towels in a heap in the bathroom. They never replaced my dirty glasses all week and only gave me new water about 50% of the time. Sometimes the empty water bottles were left just sitting there (I left them out so they'd remember to replace them). My colleagues started to put the do not disturb sign on their doors during the day because they felt they could do a better job tidying up than the maids. The hallway lights are on a sensor and sometimes they don't turn on for quite a while so you are walking in the dark which is sort of weird. Breakfast was good- the only negative thing is that the waitresses are very aggressive with requesting you fill in the satisfaction survey so they will interrupt you while you are mid-bite and stand over you until you fill in the survey. Very odd.
Cons:The rooms facing the bar next door can be a little noisy, especially on weekend nights. The breakfast buffet is average at best.
|Check in anytime after 14:00, check out anytime before 12:00|
|Cancellation/pre-payment policies vary by room type and provider.|
Europa Royale Bucharest is located at Franceza Street 60 in Centrul Vechi, 0.2 miles from the centre of Bucharest. Curtea Veche is the closest landmark to Europa Royale Bucharest.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Europa Royale Bucharest.
Yes, Europa Royale Bucharest offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Europa Royale Bucharest does not offer free parking.
No, Europa Royale Bucharest does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Europa Royale Bucharest is 5.1 miles from Bucharest Baneasa.
No, Europa Royale Bucharest does not have a pool on-site.