The 5-star Radisson Blu overlooks Bucharest’s former Royal Palace in the heart of the capital, less than five minutes from the Athenäum Concert Hall, the National Art Museum and Cismigiu Park. The hotel features the Platinum Casino Bucharest, the biggest in the country, the World Class Health Academy, including a 22-metre pool and gym, and the full-service Bali Spa.
The 718 rooms and suites come with a minimum standard of individual climate control, en-suite bathroom, minibar, free Wi-Fi, desk, bathrobe and slippers and room service.
Radisson Blu has outdoor facilities like a garden, pool and Jacuzzi, as well as express laundry, paid private parking, an elegant ballroom and 11 meeting rooms.
Guests can dine in one of five restaurants, and enjoy a drink in one of four Bali-inspired bars.
Bucharest Nord Station is 1.8 kilometres away and Henri Coanda International Airport is 17.8 kilometres away.
WiFi in lobby
Calea Victoriei 63 - 81, 010065, Bucharest, Romania
Radisson Blu’s rooms are reported to be comfortable, clean and quiet, with great beds and everything guests needed, while the outdoor pool was thought to be fantastic, albeit somewhat crowded and the indoor pool and Jacuzzi, as well as the executive lounge, were also said to be nice.
Quality food all round.
From the bar and restaurant food, to the tasty and hugely varied breakfast buffets, guests found the food quality to be good all round.
Easily walk to everything needed.
Guests thought the hotel had a central location since it was within walking distance of historical sites of the old city centre, the new centre and bars and restaurants.
Loud casino groups, lots of smoking.
A prevalence of loud casino-going crowds,and especially groups of young men was not nice for some guests who stayed, and others were unhappy with the amount of smoking in common areas.
A few say overpriced, especially for drinks.
A few of those who stayed at Radisson Blu considered it to be overpriced for what, in their opinion, was not a 5-star quality offering, and others were not happy with the prices charged for drinks.