- Ar condicionado
- WiFi grátis
- Acesso com cartão chave
- Acesso gratuito à Internet
- Alugam-se secadores de cabelo
- Café da manhã não incluído
- Caixa de depósito seguro
- Chuveiros de água quente
- Depósito de bagagens
- Facilidades para preparar chá e café
- Instalações da lavanderia
- Jogos de tabuleiro
- Mapas da cidade gratuítos
- Passeios/Informações turísticas
- Quarto comum
- Recepção 24 horas
- Roupas de cama incluídas
- Segurança 24 horas
- Serviços de limpeza
- TV a cabo
- Toalhas para alugar
- Troca de livros
Check-in / Check-out
Primeiro check-in: 14:00
Último Check-out: 11:00
- IVA Incluído
Reservas em grupo?
Grupo de 15 ou mais para viajar para Bucareste?
Mapa e Direções
We are within walking distance from the two
most important metro stops, which connect you to all areas of the city.
Just by going down the stairs you’ll stumble upon hundreds of bars,
pubs, restaurants, clubs, shops, art galleries, theaters. Also, in
within walking distance from us you can find the National History
museum, the Palace of Parliament, the most chic park in Bucharest -
Cișmigiu and many more of Bucharest’s important landmarks.
If you like live music, parties, and meeting new interesting friendly
people, then this property is for you because it is in the middle of the
lively Old Town of Bucharest.
Little Bucharest is on 15 Smârdan Street, right in the middle of the
Old Town of Bucharest.
From the Airport: Catch bus 783 from the airport Otopeni and get off at
Unirii 2 stop (which is also the last stop on the route) in front of the
“Hanul lui Manuc” inn. For this you have to purchase a return ticket
which costs 7 lei, around 1.5 euros. This will take you to the city
center and you can use to get back to the airport.
If you prefer to take a taxi, best is to go to the information point
where they have a service for calling you a taxi, you can choose the
company yourself from a list (the normal price is around 1.4 lei/km).
They will call a cab for you and hand you an identification number for
the car. This is a way to avoid being ripped off, but still make sure
the driver runs the meter and don’t agree on a certain price upon
departure. The trip should cost you between 30 and 50 lei.
From the train station: Either take the trolley bus number 85 down to
the University (see below info on tickets*) stop or the metro to the
Unirii stop (metro tickets are either 4 lei for 2 trips or 15 lei for 10
trips; there are options for daily tickets for 6 lei). We’re in between
the two stops mentioned. It is not such a good idea to catch a taxi from
the train station, the ones parked in front of it are notorious for
* The price for one bus/trolley ticket is 1.3 lei; you can buy one in
the stands which are located in most bus stations. You can purchase a
travel card and the minimum amount is of 2.6 lei, which is the
equivalent of 2 trips.
Little Bucharest does not provide car parking but there's one big
private underground parking just under the University square, at 2
minute walking from us.