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Top hotels in Romania

Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest Airport
Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest Airport
4 out of 5
11 Bd. Aeroportului, Otopeni, Ilfov County
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs3,902 per night from 29 Jan to 30 Jan
4.6/5Exceptional! (194 reviews)

"I did not like breakfast programme. It should start at 5 o'clock for people travelling very early in the morning."…"

Reviewed on 27 Dec 2020

Hilton Garden Inn Bucharest Airport
Hotel Cismigiu
Hotel Cismigiu
4 out of 5
38, Regina Elisabeta Blvd., Bucharest
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs5,449 per night from 24 Jan to 25 Jan
4.7/5Exceptional! (746 reviews)
Too hot to move...

"Although it was 10 - 14 degrees outside, the hotel was stiflingly hot. From reception to the bistro, even when we turned of the heating in the room, the underfloor heating kicked in... 28 * at all times. Sleep was not forthcoming due to the extreme heat. The hotel is lovely in all other ways, including ..."…"

Reviewed on 18 Feb 2020

Hotel Cismigiu
Park Inn by Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence
Park Inn by Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence
4 out of 5
Strada Luterana nr 2-4, Sector 1, Bucharest
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs2,777 per night from 29 Jan to 30 Jan
4.2/5Excellent! (599 reviews)

"This hotel was nice...confusing but nice. I guess it was 2 hotels in one. Main entrance Radisson was the “nice” section and then there was the back portion that was Park Inn... guess you would consider the lower class. The rooms looked large online but ours was very small compared to others we have ..."…"

Reviewed on 1 Oct 2020

Park Inn by Radisson Bucharest Hotel & Residence
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Romania Holiday Packages

Medieval castles in this Eastern European country inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Giant Soviet palaces attest to a troubled 20th century. Visiting Romania is like visiting two very different countries. First is the city of Bucharest, a wealthy, centuries-old metropolis filled with Soviet palaces and 19th-century grandeur. Next is the countryside, where serfdom lived on through the end of the 18th century. Explore both sides of this Eastern European country and enjoy its natural delights high in the Carpathian Mountains or below on the Black Sea Coast.

Learn about Romania’s history in Bucharest. Early days are represented in religious architecture, such as the 17th-century Metropolitan Church where the Romanian Orthodox church is based. Stroll along the Calea Victoriei, the city’s central boulevard, to see many stately buildings from Bucharest’s 19th century, when it became Romania’s capital. Finally, tour the city’s ostentatious Soviet-era buildings, including the enormous Palace of the Parliament and the House of the Free Press. Nicolae Ceauşescu, the dictator who ordered their construction, gave his last speech on the city’s Revolution Square before being overthrown in 1989.

From Bucharest, travel north through the Carpathian Mountains to reach Transylvania, the country’s rural central region. View ancient castles throughout the region, the most famous of which is the spectacular Bran Castle on a hilltop outside Braşov. Tour the area’s small medieval villages such as Sighişoara, which is crowned with a 14th-century clock tower. Farther north, Southern Bucovina ’s even smaller villages feature more antique delights including medieval monasteries filled with original frescoes, as in Voronet.

Both Romania’s mountains and its Black Sea Coast are natural delights. The western Carpathian Mountains feature Scărişoara Cave, with a massive underground glacier. The Black Sea Coast is lined with golden beaches and resort towns. Explore Constanta, a large coastal city, where Roman ruins stand alongside art deco palaces.

Reach Bucharest by rail or airline to begin your stay in Romania. Alternatively, arrive by a Danube River cruise. This voyage takes you through the Iron Gates, a gorge on the Serbian border that features castles and the face of an ancient Dacian king carved into rock.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Romania holiday package cost?
From as little as , you can build your own Romania package the way you want. Simply combine flights, hotels and car rentals and we’ll reward you with discounts.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Romania holiday package?
If your travel plans in Romania have been upended, it’s good to know that it’s possible to cancel your booking. If your booking was made within the last 24 hours, you may be eligible to receive a refund. If your booking is older than that, your hotel, airline or car rental company may impose fees. To find out more, check our Customer Service Portal.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Romania?
Booking a Romania holiday package with Expedia is one of the best ways to save. Start organising your escape now and you’ll save as much as 21.4% — it’s really that easy! We offer access to over 400 airlines and 321,000 hotel options around the globe. With such an amazing range to pick from, you’ll have no trouble pulling together your perfect trip.
Where should I stay in Romania?
To explore terrific attractions such as Palace of the Parliament and Romanian Athenaeum, Bucharest is the place to be. Many travellers also adore Cluj-Napoca, home to Avram Iancu Square and Unirii Square. If you’ve got an extended holiday in Romania, why not visit both cities?
What are the top hotels in Romania?
For hotels in Bucharest with friendly service and comfy beds, check out RIN Airport and Radisson BLU Bucharest. If you’re visiting Brasov as well, you can look forward to a relaxing night’s sleep at Aro Palace Hotel or Hotel Ambient.
When is the best time of year to visit Romania?
The best time to travel to Romania comes down to your preferences. If you’re holidaying on a limited budget, you might want to avoid June, which is considered to be the most expensive time of year. January is usually when you’ll land the best deals. To enjoy the atmosphere of peak season, pack your bags for August, July, June. December , February, November are the quietest months to visit and a good idea if you’d rather escape the crowds.
How far in advance should I book my Romania holiday?
Search Expedia to compare international fares as early as possible. In many cases, you can purchase a ticket up to a year in advance. If you don’t see your preferred carrier, or you’re booking late, fear not. Cheap fares to Romania occasionally appear just weeks before departure.
What does an Expedia Romania travel package include?
Rental cars, flights and hotels, or any combination of them — you decide! Whether you’re visiting Romania with the whole family or enjoying a solo break, there’s a package to match every budget and style. Once you’ve made your booking, why not add on a couple of tours or activities?
What should I know before booking a Romania travel package?
Locking in all the parts of your escape together is a simple way to save. Combine your flights, car rentals and hotels into a tidy little package. But your options don’t end at hotels. Expedia has all kinds of properties, including holiday rentals such as mountain cabins and short-term homes. The list goes on!
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Romania holiday packages?
Working together with online lender Affirm, Expedia offers financial freedom with a Book Now, Pay Later option for package bookings. Get the financial side of things out of the way with an upfront payment or split the cost of your package over a few installments. There’s a payment option to suit every wanderer.
Can I choose my airline with a Romania Expedia holiday package?
Yes, definitely. Expedia has over 550 partner airlines to pick from worldwide. With so many choices, finding the perfect carrier to whisk you away to Romania will be easy.