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Where to Stay in Romania

Tourist accommodations don’t really feature in Romania’s "Best of" list. Although all facilities are given the once over and ranked from one to five by the state, you may find that the rating doesn’t always match the quality. However, you will find maximum options for hotels and places to stay in Bucharest, followed by Brasov and Mamaia.

4 and 5 star hotels offer quality accommodation but are expensive and mostly affordable for only top-end, luxury travellers. The standard at 3, 2, and 1- star hotels is usually not very good: don’t assume amenities like hot water to be available – check before occupying your room. There is a paucity of good budget accommodation: there is one hostel in Bucharest - the only one in Romania, university towns have some ‘student accommodation’, and the 150 odd campsites are very poorly equipped. If heading out for a skiing location, you could consider renting a rural cottage.

Many places in Romania practice price differentiation, and charge higher prices for non-Romanians. In Bucharest too, this practice is prevalent.



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