We stayed at the Athenee with our family, grandma, 3 teenagers and 2 tired adults, and we all loved it. Pitch black rooms, acres of bed, completely quiet except for the air con, tv sound in the bathroom (and a phone!), ice machine on each floor, neutral mustard decor, large rooms, massive breakfast (huge variety so nobody complained) - I felt I was in the USA again.
We had read The Fortunes of War, as the first book is set in Bucharest at the Athenee, which is worth a look as it adds to the atmosphere. Sadly we didn't make it to the English Bar as we ran out of time. Next trip!
Amanda from London
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Bucharest, steps from National Museum of Art of Romania and Romanian Athenaeum …More