Hotel Relax Bucharest Comfort Suites

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

22 Nicolae Balcescu Bulevard, Sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, Romania
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Excellent
30%
12
Very Good
40%
16
Average
12%
5
Poor
7%
3
Terrible
10%
4

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Costs 53% less but rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples60
  • Solo42
  • Business66

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Forum Posts

TRANSFER FROM MAIN RAILWAY STATION

by COOLGARDIE

I NEED TO TRANSFER FROM THE MAIN RAILWAY STATION IN BUCHAREST TO OPTAKI AIRPORT..WHERE CAN I CATCH THE AIRPORT EXPRESS 783..OR..HOW MUCH ""SHOULD IT COST BY TAXI""....I WOULD BE MOST GRATEFUL FOR AN ANSWER..THANKS YOU..

Re: TRANSFER FROM MAIN RAILWAY STATION

by taseg

I assume you're referring to Bucharest North/Gara de Nord train station (that's the main one) and to Otopeni airport.
You have to take airport express bus 780, not 783 (783 doesn't pass by the train station). You can catch bus 780 at the bus stop located across the street from the train station's south-eastern exit (it's the one near the entrances to the subway, you'll find it easily). A two trips card for this bus is 7 lei (~€2).

By taxi it should cost 30-35 lei (€7-9), but be careful what kind of taxi you're taking (make sure it charges around 1.4 lei/km and that it uses a taximeter).

Re: TRANSFER FROM MAIN RAILWAY STATION

by COOLGARDIE

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELPFUL ADVICE..IT REALLY SOLVED AN ISSUE FOR ME..BY THE WAY YOUR ASSUMPTION REGARDING THE MAIN RAILWAY STATION WAS CORRECT...ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU FOR YOUR MOST GENEROUS ADVICE..HAVE A PLEASENT EVENING ..

Re: TRANSFER FROM MAIN RAILWAY STATION

by randu

About your transfer from Gara de Nord to OTOPENI airport:

-when you step fron the train to the platform ( no.1 to no.13), go straight ahead and:
-look for the "INFORMATII" office which is at one end of a huge hall
-from "Informatii" continue straight ahead on either side(left or right) to the exit where you will see some big columns and a lot of taxis.
-when at the exit, turn right , wait for the green on the traffic light and go straight across the street on the "zebra".
-you are now on the side of the street where there is a ticket boot and also the the bus station where you will wait for the bus 780. Check and see the bus number written on top of the station post/pole.

To buy a ticket or a card for this bus, show this message:

UN BILET PENTRU 780 (if they sell tickets) or
O CARTELA PENTRU 780 (if they sell cards)

And please watch your pockets and your luggage. This is not compulsory, it is just a simple advice to apply everywhere you are in this big world!

I wish you all the best!

Travel Tips for Bucharest

What's going on around the city

by Andraf

As soon as I get to Bucharest I try to find out what is going on around the city. For that I try to get hold of a copy of either "Sapte Seri" (Seven Nights) magazine or "B-24-Fun" magazine. These weekly magazines are offered freely and you can pick one up in cafes, bookshops, restaurants and hotels all over downtown. They will tell you all you need to know about the movies that are currenly running, theatres, restaurants, pubs, clubs, art events, concerts and many others. They're rival publications but in general they have the same information so either one will do. B-24-Fun has some cute articles, but they are in Romanian. Some of the information is in Romanian, some in English. I do think there's value in picking one up even if you don't speak Romanian. Sapte Seri also has a website at www.sapteseri.ro (which has an English version). Another good source of information (but harder to find) is the monthly Bucharest in Your Pocket available on the web here:

http://www.inyourpocket.com/romania/bucharest/en/

Piata Victoriei-The Biggest Crossroads In Town

by edvin_br

This square is a meeting place of 6 main roads plus some secondary streets, all of it makes it a busy and very crowded area in most of the day hours.
Around the square you will notice many new business centers, The Romanian Government, a few museums and the Kiseleff park.
The square can be reached by metro.

General sport tips

by codrutz

I guess you can find something in Bucharest that suits your sport activity. The simplest thing is to get your running gear and hit some park like the Herastrau Park. Or you can find yourself a good fitness gym, like IDM or the one in the Bucharest Plaza Mall or the fanciest one at the Marriot Bucharest Grand Hotel. Tennis courts are also available in Herastrau park and in other areas. Covered tennis courts are fewer but it's possible to get that too. If you are into biking and you are used to countries like Holland or other where you can hike by bike in the city and surroundings, unfortunately no good news, you might want to hold that though for a couple of years, for the moment there are no functional routes for bikes in Bucharest or around.

Bucharest Mall

by roomania about Bucharest Mall

The Bucharest Mall, is fashioned very much in the manner of an American style mall. So if you're jonesing for that American shopping experience this is the place to go. Interestingly, enough there's even a supermarket situated inside. A few kiosks litter the walkways, very similar to North American malls.

A few cafes are located on the lower level for a break from the daily shopping grind. On the upper most floor, a large ten screen movie theater, rounds out the experience. In addition to the cinema, the top floor also hosts the food court. For a taste of America, visit the "Ruby Tuesdays" also located upstairs.

Most locals tend to visit the mall and it does occasionally get quite busy, however, an interesting observation, many people will frequent the mall, but few people carry bags.

Particularly among young high school students, the mall is the place to be seen, not shop.

Bucharest metro

by benazer

I am sorry to say Metro of Bucharest is not so good,trains are dirty,far between and very crowded.
No maps except at the entrance to metro,so you have to memorise where you going to change.
At the city centre,"see picture" outside of metro is a disgrace,at first I thought it was closed,city itself is very nice shame about the metro..

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 Hotel Relax Bucharest Comfort Suites

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Address: 22 Nicolae Balcescu Bulevard, Sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, Romania