December 12, 2005
If you are looking for a hotel that feels just like home, Hotel Opera is the place. Reopened in December 2002, Hotel Opera is perfectly placed in a central cultural and business area of Bucharest in a really quiet corner close to the Cişmigiu Garden.
Paintings depict the city during the previous century, and silver objects and porcelain add a distinctive note to each room. Warm colours and the quality of personalized services transform it in a unique executive business hotel that combines the glamour of the beginning of the 20th century with today’s comfort standards.
The rooms offer modern comfort in a traditional manner perfectly suited both for business and for leisure. On the seventh floor there is a conference room and a business lounge, as well as a place for playing games and relaxation.
It is a small hotel of only 33 rooms:- 4 executive rooms with the names of operas: Aida, Boema, Tosca, and Travita- 3 junior suites with the names of operas: Rigoletto, Nabuci, and Carmen- 20 double rooms- 6 single rooms
All rooms are air-conditioned and have a bathroom/shower, hair dryer, a mirror for make-up, cable and satellite TV, high-speed Internet access, a minibar, international phone-calling opportunities, a coffeemaker, and some rooms for people with special needs.
The hotel does not have its own restaurant, but many excellent restaurants, including fast food, are within walking distance.
From journal Weekend in Bucharest