In normal times I go 4-5 times per year to this hotel. Welcome is always warm, the renovated rooms are very decent and most important they are clean. I prefer a room with a shower - not a shower within a bad tube. Those rooms are present though but i don’t always get them :P
Breakfast is ok, everything is there but i do prefer the one from Radisson if I can choose.
Restaurants are decent, i like the sharkia one.
At £66 per night inc. breakfast this was very good value money. A large hotel right next door to the much more expensive Radisson . I was in the Red Zone ( it is a big hotel to have coloured zones) and had a large room, huge bed, overall modern and comfortable but a step down from the Radisson type hotel room. Looking onto an internal courtyard made this a very quiet room. So make sure you ask for internal facing. Windows opened in the room also which was good for fresh air as the rooms were hot. Breakfast was okay - nothing too special. Uber works well in the city too and is about 35 RON to the airport (£6/$8). A good value base for Bucharest.
Swimming pool and gym are located outside of the hotel. They shouldn’t indicate that they have a pool because you need to go outside in the cold fully clothed to reach them.
Room was just ok, breakfast ok but nice restaurant sharkia.
I had booked a 2 bedroom apartment in this property.
It was a dump. Ugly, dated, with old carpets and poor amenities.
It had the look and feel of a bad B&B. After one night I checked out and went to the nearby real Radisson which was great.
This is a place for budget travellers by choice or by design. Soulless and depressing.
It was incredibly disagreeable.
The lift was tiny and small.
The corridors narrow and 2 star.
Room is nice and new. Libhanez restaurant on the ground floor is EXCELLENT! Don't miss it. You have access to all facilities of Worldclass which is connected to the hotel. (swimming pool, hot outside pool, jacuzzi) and also the fitness room. Good place, good hotel Go for it!