I just have come back from my 3rd trip to Romania in the last year – someone seems to like this country so much, huh? – and having stayed in many amazing hotels across the country, I have to say that all of them have surprised me in a very good way.
Romanian hospitality has evolved pretty quickly considering its recent communist past, and this is evidenced on the variety and quality of accommodation available.
In this post you will find a selection of the finest hotels that made my trips to Romania memorable and that will made your stay unforgettable too. These are my current favorites in Romania in terms of design, facilities and location: I’m sure they will surprise you!
Radisson Blu Hotel, Bucharest
Radisson Blu Hotel Bucharest is often considered the best hotel in Romania’s capital city, and it’s no surprise after a couple of short stays there.
Its fantastic architecture which becomes even more fascinating at night, it’s only one of the best features of this hotel. The pool and the spa are also a great asset, and the food at the restaurants is always fantastic. The only thing I regret is that I didn’t stay longer.
Besides, the location couldn’t be more convenient. It’s perfect to explore Bucharest by foot as it’s within walking distance to the most instagrammable places of the city.
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During my trips to Bucharest I also stayed at JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotel and Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel which I can highly recommend too.
Green Village Resort, Danube Delta
Green Village Resort is located in Sfantu Gheorghe, where the Danube Delta meets the Black Sea.
This awesome resort has been built entirely in harmony with the surrounding area and it reminded me to some luxury hotels where I stayed in Kerala.
Best things to do around Green Village are boat riding, bird spotting, or if preferred, just indulge yourself by the pool or in the jacuzzi. The resort also features a spa, a night cinema, a small museum and a shop, besides a conference center.
The sound of the frogs every night is something you will never forget.
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Hotel Privo, Targu Mures
Located in a quiet area close to Targu Mures city center, Hotel Privo is an unexpected minimalist hotel, a total surprise during our itinerary in Transylvania.
This hotel will make you happy if you’re a design lover, wine aficionado or a foodie. Whatever your needs are, Hotel Privo have them covered.
It also features a spa, a wine cellar and a lovely terrace. Plus, the staff is super friendly.
Ana Hotels Europa, Eforie Nord
Ana Hotels is a luxury hotel chain in Romania and I’ve been lucky to stay at 3 of their hotels: Athenee Palace Hilton Hotel, Ana Hotels Sport Poiana Brasov and Ana Hotels Europa in Eforie Nord.
Ana Hotels Europa has recently won a prize for the best spa in Romania, but this hotel has much more to offer: panoramic views to the Black Sea from every room, a lovely outdoor swimming pool and an awesome location, within walking distance from the beach.
It’s one of the best places where to stay to visit the Black Sea.
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It’s great that you got to visit various regions in Romania and you got to experience what it was like staying at those hotels. I’m sure your reviews are very helpful for those who plan a trip to Romania. Thank you for sharing.
Great post! I was right out of university when I travelled in Romania, so I stayed in hostels and would have loved to stay in any of the resorts you wrote about in this post instead! The Green Village Resort is particularly beautiful!