So you know little Paris?
Elegant buildings in French "belle époque" style, large boulevards and museums which are hosting expositions with free entrance... welcome to Bucharest, named also 'Little Paris', the capital of Romania is a bustling eastern European metropolis.
The exact location
Just 300 metres from the airport, the hotel is located directly on European route E60/DN1. A free shuttle bus will ensure you arrive stress-free.
Carturesti Carusel Bookstore
A must see. Named by its owners “an experiment in cultural living in the old city centre”, this beautiful bookstore is the result of the respectful restoration of an elegant 19th century building in Bucharest. A sea of white and light framed by impressive columns, boasting 6 levels. 10.000 items between books, music and DVDs, as well as a multimedia event space, a bistro and an art gallery.
Thrills for the young and the young at heart
This is the place to relax and to try out new experiences with your friends and family. The tree tracks have different difficulty levels that are suitable not just for kids but also for the most adventurous grown-ups. You can also ride the bike through the forest or jump down from 15 metres, obviously in a safe way. Moreover, the project includes something new in Romania: fully-equipped tree houses where you can check in and spend some restful nights.
Most romantic places
Spend a day relaxing at Europe’s largest spa resort. The different saunas and pools and the entire wellness programme at Therme București will help you replenish your energy reserves while enjoying a romantic time together. A stroll through the botanical gardens is the icing on the cake.
Most romantic places
The Hard Rock Café in Herăstrău Park is just 10 minutes by car from Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest. Enjoy good food in a dynamic atmosphere. A unique experience is guaranteed.
Most romantic places
18 lounge, as the name suggests, is located on the 18th floor of a building near Herăstrău Lake. The unique blend of cuisine, music, design and breathtaking views creates the perfect setting for a romantic evening together.
Enjoy a relaxing weekend with your loved ones at the biggest thermal Spa resort in Europe.
After an exhausting week you deserve a relaxing weekend with your family. Surprise them and spent two or three nights at the Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest and allow yourself to have a lot of fun at the biggest thermal Spa resort in Europe. For more details visit Therme Bucharest.
The historic Lipscani quarter is the ideal place for a stroll. Wander through cobbled alleyways, browse the various art galleries and antiques shops, and take a break in one of the many coffee houses. Don't miss the Hanul cu Tei inner courtyard tucked between Strada Lipscani and Strada Blanari.
Crowdfunding is not a 21st century phenomenon. In 1888, when the builders of the Athenaeum ran out of money, they appealed to the public for funds to complete this magnificent concert hall with success. With its opulent frescoes and unique acoustics, the hall is today the home of the renowned George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Palace of the Parliament, formerly known as the People's Palace, today houses the Romanian Parliament and a conference centre. A magnificent communist-era folly, it is the second largest government building in the world after the Pentagon. And it's well worth a visit, if only for an insight into the pomp and splendour of a bygone era and the examples of Romanian folk art.
Romanian cuisine has been influenced by the Greeks, Saxons, Turks, Slavs and Magyars. Its primary ingredients are meat, fish, vegetables, dairy products and fruit. For one of its best exponents try the traditional Caru cu Bere restaurant, where centuries-old dishes are given a new interpretation.
An excellent way to explore the city's communist past is to take a guided bike tour. Local guides will take you past the most important communist buildings as well as through parks and other areas, and are a mine of information about the city and its inhabitants.
The Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest is about 14 km from Bucharest North railway station. Express bus no. 780 will take you directly from the station to the airport.
(Journey time approx. 50 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 2,-*).
Plan your journey by train.
*Price quoted is for guidance only.
- From Henri Coanda International Airport:
Take the express bus no. 783 (24h service). The hotel is the first stop and is just 50 metres from the bus stop. Your bus ticket is valid for two journeys. Tickets are available from the RATB ticket centre (at the airport bus stop or from hotel reception). The Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest is just 300 metres from the airport.
(Journey time: approx.10 mins. Fare: approx. EUR 1,-*)
Located in the northern part of the city about 16 km from the centre, the Vienna House Easy Airport Bucharest is easily reached via European route E60. Enter the following address in your satnav: 283 Calea Bucurestilor 075100 Otopeni, Romania.
- From the south:
From European Road 85 or 70 - E85,E7 0-, Giurgiu to Bucharest take Vacaresti Ave., Mihai Bravu Blvd., Stefan cel Mare Ave. up to Victoria Square. Turn on Kiseleff Ave. up to Piata Presei Libere than turn right on E60-DN1, the way to the airport. On the exit from the airport, turn left on DN1-E60 heading to Bucharest and drive for 500 m. The hotel is on the right.
- From the north:
European Road 60 - E60, from Oradea, Ploiesti, Bucharest. From Ploiesti to Bucharest on DN1-E60, the hotel is situated on the right, just across from the airport - 16.5 km before Bucharest.
- From the west:
Highway A1 from Pitesti: enter Bucharest through Militari District, Iuliu Maniu Blvd., up to Lujerului Passage.Turn left on Virtutii Ave., go over the Grand Bridge up to Arch of Triumph Square. Turn left to Piata Presei Libere then take DN1-E60. On the exit from the airport, turn left on DN1-E60 heading to Bucharest and drive for 500 meters, or take the road under the bridge in front of the airport. The hotel is on the right.
- From the east:
European Road 60 - E60: from Constanta, enter Bucharest through Colentina Ave. Go up to Piata Bucur Obor, then turn right on Stefan cel Mare Ave. Go up to Victoriei Square, turn on Kiseleff Ave. up to Piata. Presei Libere than turn right on E60-DN1, the way to the airport. On the exit from the airport, turn left on DN1-E60 heading to Bucharest and drive for 500 m or take the road under the bridge in front of the airport. The hotel is on the right.
The hotel has 70 free parking spaces available for guests. (Visitors: EUR 7 per day.)
Via personal transfer
For a stress-free journey to or from the hotel, ask the staff to organise a personal transfer for you.
- Nearest bus stop: Henri Coanda airport: 50 m
- Airport: 300 m
- Congress centre: 5 km
- Exhibition centre: 10 km
- Main railway station: 15 km
- City centre: 17 km
Lat: 44.567992| Lon: 26.069072