Personally, I do not like high in the sky, glass covered concrete buildings, with those typical windows that cannot be opened, but I shall make a compromise here, for the sake of business travel. Built in the 1970s, this structure used to host Dorobanti Hotel during the communist regime. It was then totally restored into a 5* property with the best organized conference area in the city. The hotel sports standard business travel rooms, as well as the greatest (personal opinion) business hotel restaurant in Bucharest (the Avalon) and a recommended Teppanyaki Japanese restaurant (the Benihana). The hotel also hosts a small spa centre, a cafeteria (Centro Bar), a pastry shop and a casino. I especially recommend it for the business area (the conference halls, especially the Platinum) and the great restaurant (the Avalon).
The Howard Johnson Grand Plaza Hotel is a big, modern, five-star hotel just off Piaţa Romană. It was formerly called the Dorobanti Hotel. There are 285 rooms on 18 floors. The rooms on the upper floors afford great views of the city, but for obvious safety reasons, the windows are sealed, so the rooms can seem a bit airless. Every room is equipped with cable TV, telephone, dataport, hairdryer, and AM/FM alarm clock radio.
On the first floor there is the Benihana Japanese Teppanyaki restaurant while the modernistic Avalon restaurant specializes in Euro-Asian fusion food. Every Sunday there is a Euro-Asian brunch
1-3 Episcopiei, Sector 1, Bucharest
4 Boulevard Nicolae Balcescu, Bucharest
Calea 13 Septembrie No. 90, 5th District, Bucharest
Slanic Street 26, Bucharest
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Address: 5 - 7 Calea Dorobantilor, Sector 1, Bucharest, 010551, Romania