Beautiful two rooms apartment located in the historic area of the city. Brand new, fully renovated May 2017. The apartment is situated at the 5th floor and offers a nice view towards the charming cobbled streets of Bucharest’s Old Town. The ideal location for either a short or a long stay; an affordable alternative to the regular Bucharest’s hotels.
Don’t worry about the 5th floor, the building has an elevator.
FACT: On average, people spend at least 12 hours/day in their hotel room, when in holiday. That’s half of the time! You’d better go for a nice room.
Like ours for instance - designer apartment, eclectic and cozy. Big windows. Lots of light. But what makes the place truly unique is a couple of traditional Romanian pieces of furniture, old one-of-a-kind pieces, crafted and painted manually, coming from different regions of the country. The antique Saxon dowry chest, polychrome, manually painted, comes from the village of Cobor (Kuevern in Saxon dialect) in Transylvania, while the massive wooden door, which decorates the living room wall, comes from an old lordly house in the North of Bucovina, near by Sucevita, in Marginea village, famous for its black archaic ceramic. The old leather chair, the living room table, which is a reconverted traditional rustic bench and the antique window shutters, which were turned into the doors of the cabinet, come also from different Saxon villages in Transylvania.
The place has an open kitchen with bar, for romantic evenings in two, three, maximum four. Ideally, the apartment can host 2 people, but can accommodate 3-4 too, as the living room sofa is extendable.
The cozy atmosphere given by the homey vintage design makes the place the perfect stay for an electric city break, a business trip or a romantic weekend in Little Paris, as Bucharest was once called.
- Amenities -
Vintage design - contemporary comfort, the apartment offers all the luxuries of a modern home:
Iron machine, iron board
Towels, bed sheets
Soap and toilet paper
All beds’ mattresses and pillows are new (2017).
The kitchen is equipped with:
Coffee filter (coffee & tea on the house)
Espresso coffee machine (Philips Saeco)
And all the needed kitchenware: cutlery, plates, glasses and pots.
NO heavy cooking is allowed though! No greasy cooking, frying and so on.
Guests have private access to the entire space and all its facilities.
• We are an apartment accommodation service and we do NOT have a reception desk for check-in. Therefore, for a smooth check-in, please let us know in advance the time of your arrival and any delay you might have.
• All the details, the address and the meeting point, will be provided to you via Airbnb messages, once the booking is complete.
Interaction with guests
I will be available 24/7 for anything that might come up, via mobile phone, email and of course Airbnb messages.
Other things to note
STANDARD CHECK-IN TIME: 2 PM
STANDARD CHECK-OUT TIME: 11 AM
The check-in/check-out time might be flexible upon request, depending on the availability of the apartment.
For late night check-ins and early morning check-outs, we have a self check-in/check-out system. The code will be provided to you once the booking is complete.
This is a non-smoking apartment for responsible people. Please take care of the residence inventory. Any damage brought to the furniture, appliances or other objects in the house will be charged accordingly.
Maximum of 4 guests
No usage of candles (we supply LED candles)
Guests maintain their own room during stay.
Special request for our lady guests: please don't use the towels to remove your makeup! Please use special makeup remover/cleanser wipes. Thank you.
In short, feel at home and take care of the apartment as if it was yours.
I am a Bucharest native who knows this city inside out. Whether you’re seeking for dining recommendations, hidden local hangouts or party tips, don’t be shy and ask ‘cause I might be able to give a hint or two.
For the past ten years I lived and worked around the world, in five countries, on two continents. I am a traveler myself, so I understand very well how important a cozy and clean place is and all those little things that can turn your stay into an Experience.
I speak English, French, Italian and of course, Romanian or I can simply gesticulate in any language you might think of; one way or another we’ll get to understand each other, I’m sure.
Please, feel free to ask any question.