About This Listing
Our comfortable studio is located right in downtown area, next to Old Town and all major subway lines, on one of the main boulevards from central area (it has backside view).
From here you can easy reach to the most important places in Bucharest.
Dalles studio is a modern studio located at University Sqr, downtown of Bucharest. It's perfect location for a single person or a couple who want to visit Bucharest. Just like in the pictures the studio is modern renovated, has TV cable, internet wireless, air conditioning.
There is a comfortable double bed in the room. The bathroom has new shower cab. In the kitchen you will find everything you need for a very good condition stay (electric hob, microwave, coffe maker machine).
The location is at 20m from the subway station University and at 300m from OLD City, where are the most important restaurants and pubs from Bucharest, 800m until Cismigiu Park. You may also very easy walk to Unirii Sqr or Romana Sqr (less than 1km away). The location is situated at around 500m from the "0km" monunment of Romania.
The entrance in building is from main boulevard, it's extremly safe area and in the evening there is a doorman all the time.
EXTRA SERVICES :
We may offer you optional services as:
- airport pick up;
- trip to Sinaia - Predeal - Brasov (mountain), Sibiu, Constanta(Black Sea Coast) and even Bulgaria (Bucharest,Varna, Golden Sands, Balchik) as one day escape, we go in the morning and come back in Bucharest in the evening. During the trip we offer transport by company car and guide which speak Romanian, Russian and English. The trip price includes transportation costs and guide and depend on which destination you choose;
- Bucharest one day guide (English or Russian speaker);
- Restaurant reservations;
- Theater and movie tickets.
The guest will have the whole studio, so they will have access to everything.
Interaction with Guests
I stay close to this flat and if any guest need my help I will be more than happy to offer it.
Bucharest city center has an extremely nice architecture, a mix of styles that make it unique and interesting.
From my listing you can reach any place in Bucharest very easy. It's situated next to the metro station Universitate (the exit is in front of the building). You can walk anytime and check the central area.
No party are allowet in the apartment.
No smoking please.
No pet allowed.
Florin was very helpful, and gave us information on how to find the apartment from Bucharest airport. We flew in around 3:00 am in the morning, and did not get to the apartment until 4 am. Florin was able to help us enter the apartment.
There is a sweet doorman that is at the entrance, but knows little English therefore I had to call Florin for the doorman to let us in.
The apartment had everything it needed.
I stayed at Florin's studio flat for the month of March 2015, whilst I was working in Bucharest.
You'd be forgiven for a slightly shaky first impression upon arrival, given that the studio is located on one of Bucharest's busiest streets, and the hallway is a bit dated and grubby, but step into the pristine room and... y'hear that...? No...? Exactly.
A rear-facing studio flat means that while there isn't a view to look forward to, the peace and quiet the room offers is exceptional. Coupled with the perfect air conditioning unit, and a great night's sleep is guaranteed.
Florin met me at the building, showed me everything I needed to know, then left me to my own devices. Throughout my stay, he was always quick to respond to any messages, and was genuinely helpful the whole time. But, for anyone expecting differently, Florin doesn't live in the same building, so don't count on seeing him.
The kitchen facilities were pretty basic: microwave, toaster, an electric hob and a 'drip' coffee maker. Honestly though, the sheer number of excellent and/or cheap restaurants nearby meant this really wasn't an issue. Other reviewers seemed to be expecting tea and coffee to be provided (I'm quite new to AirBNB, so I don't know if this is common), whereas I was seeing this as a flat I was renting, rather than a hotel room I was staying in. So yeah, you can get your own. ^_^
There's plenty of shops nearby too, some of which are 24-hour (aka 'non-stop' around here), so you can always pick up odd bits if you need to.
The other people in the building all seem friendly enough, and will smile and nod if you offer the same.
The only real down-side of my extended stay here was the lack of a (clothes) washing machine, requiring a fairly time-consuming journey to a self-service laundrette / laundromat. This wasn't a major problem, and Florin was a massive help in telling me how to get there.
Every now and then you'll hear the faint rumble of the metro trains passing underground, but they're never a disturbance.
To summarise: this is the perfect place for a short solo stay in Bucharest. Close to everything in Bucharest that you could want, with the room decorated to a high standard -- this is where I would want to stay if I returned to Bucharest.
Thanks Florin. ^_^
I stayed in one of Florin's other apartments. He's a very friendly and helpful host, and quick with bookings and communications :)
The apartment was located at a great spot. Also it was easy communication and he was waiting to give us the keys. Only downside was the bed was a bit hard and not really comfortable. Besides that a tip top apartment for visiting Bucharest.
Florin met me at the airport after 23h at the airport. He and his wife drove me to the apartment. I have stayed there before. I needed help as I had heavy baggage and a temporary bad back. They got me into the room in record time and showed me how to use the TV again. It was just great to be back there again. This is a right-sized apartment uncluttered with person possessions.
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