Bucharest offers a burgeoning cultural scene, stunning architecture and plenty of historical interest, while also welcoming thousands of delegates per year to its business district.
The Romanian capital’s wide boulevards and Art Nouveau buildings contrast with the imposing structures of its Communist past. While a visit to the Palace of the Parliament and Revolution Square will offer fascinating glimpses into the city’s turbulent 20th century history, it is the renovation of Old Town, striking buildings such as the CEC Palace and the various surviving churches and monasteries which bring the rich texture of the city to life.
Situated in the heart of the Romanian capital, and considered an iconic landmark property in the city, Corinthia Grand Hotel du Boulevard Bucharest is the ideal location for discerning business and leisure guests.
Originally built in 1867, the hotel once played host to the great and the good of European society and will now undergo a process of considered and sensitive rejuvenation to transform the property back to its original splendour.
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