Casa Capsa is the symbol of Bucharest. Spending a night here is like staying at a place seeped in the flavour of good old times - as if there never was a different Bucharest. And that's exactly the way it has been since the opening day in 1852. Emperors, influential politicians and, interestingly enough, Francis Ford Coppola are among the past guests of Casa Capsa. The first manager of the hotel was a Frenchman previously employed at Hotel Café Anglais in Paris. Marble in the lounge, high ceiling, antique furniture, chandeliers and carpets. If you decide to stay, you will definitely be asked: do you want a room with a shower or a bath? Don't forget to visit Capsa Swiss Café where they serve the best cakes in the city, baked from recipes at least 150 years old. Delicious!
Rates from EUR 200 for a double room
36 Victorei Avenue
Keywords: Bucharest, hotel, hotels