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Accomodation in Bucharest




We sugest 2 hotels for your accomodation in Bucharest:
  • Hotel Yesterday

    We recommend a new 3 star hotel very close to IDM Club: Hotel Yesterday.

    Hotel Yesterday   Hotel Yesterday

    The price for a double room is 45Euro/night with breakfast included.
    For reservations please contact us at open2013@idm.ro


  • Hotel Ambiance

    Hotel Ambiance   Hotel Ambiance

    The Ambiance is a nice, new hotel located in the close proximity of IDM Club. For the tournament period the prices are 50 Eur for a twin room and 57 Eur for an Executive room.



Free transfer service from airport to hotel will be provided by IDM Club upon request.



Tel. 072-BILIARD, 072-BOWLING, 021-316.10.52
City guidelines

Welcome to Bucharest!

Bucharest is undoubtedly Europeís best kept secret. Restaurants, bars, art galleries and museums are now springing up on every corner. Travellers are steadily discovering this little gem of a city and seeking out Bucharestís hidden character. Its treasures are well worth hunting for and visitors will find in their quest a place of warmth and spirit.

As one of Europeís most up and coming destinations, Bucharest has had to react quickly to its new found status. As a result, there are a bevy of recently opened venues to eat, drink, shop, club and sleep. Not only this, but standards are high and local residents have come to expect the best.

From Piata Universitatii most sights of interest are easily accessible and equally the nearby Calea Victoriei is a great starting point for shopping particularly. These two landmarks constitute the central Bucharest area where many of the most well-known restaurants and bars are situated. Walking in this part of the city is the best way to see Bucharest.

Parliament Palace

Built during Ceausescuís regime, the Palace of Parliament is Romaniaís most famous building. A public tour of the opulent staircases and chandelier-filled rooms offers a fascinating insight.

Arch of Triumph

Similar to its Paris namesake, Bucharestís Triumphal Arch remembers Romaniaís Great War soldiers and its reunification in 1918. Initially the arch was built of wood in 1922, and then finished in Deva granite in 1936.

Lipscani District

Lipscani, Bucharestís historic centre, retains an old town charm which is almost irresistible! It is located between Calea Victoriei, Blvd. Bratianu, Blvd. Regina Elisabeta and the Dambovita River and its collection of winding streets boasts antique markets, bric-a-brac spilling out from tiny boutiques and some of the cityís most appealing restaurants and bars.

National Art Museum

Romaniaís most impressive art collection is displayed in this sprawling Royal Palace (National Art Museum). Take in works by Rembrandt and El Greco, among a host of European works.

University Square

In addition to being the centre for Bucharestís intellectual and political events and the most popular meeting place in Bucharest, the University Sqare has a dramatic history. During the 1989 revolution some of Romaniaís fiercest fighting took place here. Close by are also the University of Bucharestís School of Architecture, the National Theatre, the Coltea Hospital and the Sutu Palace (History Museum).

Romanian Athenaeum

The superb Romanium Athenaeum is the hub of Bucharestís musical activity. Exquisite mosaics and historical frescoes adorn the 19th century circular building, which hosts impressive orchestral concerts.

Piata Revolutiei

Whilst University Square saw some of the darkest days of Ceausescuís regime, events at Revolution Sqare heralded the beginning of a new age. This building now houses the Senate.
Close by are the former Royal Palace, now home to the National Art Museum, the Romanian Athenaeum and the Athenee Palace Hotel. Also the Kretzulescu Church.

(From 'Bucharest Travel Guide'
www.arivalguides.com)