The Deluxe Grand Hotel Bucharest offers elegantly appointed rooms and suites, each of which is comfortable with all the expected modern amenities. Immerse yourself in the beautifully designed pool, with panoramic city vistas on the 22nd floor. Dine at Corso Brasserie, offering a contemporary Romanian menu and glass walls overlooking Bucharest. The National Theatre, old city, and Cismigiu Gardens are just a few minutes away from the hotel. You’re also within walking distance of Bucharest’s business and shopping districts.
Warsaw’s Old Town and Saxonian Gardens are minutes away when you stay at this Deluxe high-rise hotel in the vibrant heart of the city. Created as a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city, the Westin Warsaw offers rooms that combine comfort with a sleek yet serene décor. In-room amenities include television, coffee-maker, minibar/refrigerator, phone with voicemail, and Internet access (additional fee). The hotel has an on-site fitness room and massage, and nearby is an indoor pool with access for hotel guests. Laundry and dry cleaning are available.
The Aro Palace Hotel, constructed of dark and imposing brick, is very similar to most European hotels built during the heyday of socialism. This newly refurbished hotel is basic, but very clean, and you’ll find the reception area to be quite large and containing some strikingly designed furniture. The Aro Palace Hotel is conveniently located near the city center, just a 10-minute walk from the main square. The hotel features two restaurants, two bars, room service, indoor pool, gift shop, and beauty parlour. Guest rooms have satellite TV, radio, direct-dial phone, minibar, and a private bath.