InterContinental Athenee Palace Bucharest

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Strada Episcopiei 1-3 District 1 Bucharest 010292

Amenities

Room features and guest services

  • Calls (local)
  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (urban)

Facilities

  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center

AV capabilities

  • AV equipment
  • High speed internet

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Getting Here

Use the map above for GPS directions for directions to our hotel.

Parking

  • Complimentary parking
  • Paid parking

Distance from airport

  • 9.94 mi. from venue

InterContinental Athenee Palace Bucharest Meeting Space

Total meeting space14,531 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms13
Largest room3,283 sq. ft.
Second largest room2,260 sq. ft.
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Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms283
Suites16

Local Attractions

Romanian Atheneum

Historical landmark
3 minutes away
The Romanian Athenaeum (Romanian: Ateneul Român) is a concert hall in the center of Bucharest, Romania, and a landmark of the Romanian capital city. Opened in 1888, the ornate, domed, circular building is the city's most prestigious concert hall and home of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic and of the George Enescu Festival. The overall style is neoclassical, with some more romantic touches. In front of the building there is a small park and a statue of Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu. Inside, the ground floor hosts an ornate conference hall as large as the auditorium above; in the auditorium there are 600 seats in the stalls, the rest of the seats being placed in 52 loges. A 75-by-3-metre (246.1 by 9.8 ft) fresco by Costin Petrescu decorates the inside of the circular wall of the concert hall. Painted using the al fresco technique, the piece depicts the most important moments of Romanian history, starting with the conquest of Dacia by Roman emperor Trajan and ending with the realization of Greater Romania in 1918. Recognized as a symbol of Romanian culture, the building has been inscribed in 2007 on the list of the Label of European Heritage sites.
str. Franklin nr. 1-3, sector 1
Bucharest, RO

Palace of the Parliament

Museum
20 minutes away
he Palace of the Parliament (Romanian: Palatul Parlamentului), also known as the Republic's House (Casa Republicii) or People's House/People's Palace (Casa Poporului), is the seat of the Parliament of Romania, located atop Dealul Spirii in Bucharest, the national capital. The Palace reaches a height of 84 m (276 ft), has a floor area of 365,000 m2 (3,930,000 sq ft) and a volume of 2,550,000 m3 (90,000,000 cu ft). The Palace of the Parliament is one of the heaviest buildings in the world, weighing about 4,098,500,000 kilograms (9.04 billion pounds; 4.10 million tonnes), also being the second largest administrative building in the world. (The Great Pyramid of Giza at about 5.75 million tons is about 40% heavier.) The building was designed and supervised by chief architect Anca Petrescu, with a team of approximately 700 architects, and constructed over a period of 13 years (1984–97) in Socialist realist and modernist Neoclassical architectural forms and styles, with socialist realism in mind. The Palace was ordered by Nicolae Ceaușescu (1918–1989), the president of Communist Romania and the second of two long-ruling heads of state in the country since World War II, during a period in which the personality cult of political worship and adoration increased considerably for him and his family
Strada Izvor 2-4
Bucharest, RO

Royal Palace of Bucharest

Museum
3 minutes away
The Royal Palace (Romanian: Palatul Regal) of Bucharest, known as Palace of the Republic (Romanian: Palatul Republicii) between 1948 and 1990, is a monumental building situated in the capital of Romania, on Calea Victoriei. The palace in its various incarnations served as official residence for the kings of Romania until 1947, when the communist regime was installed after Michael I of Romania's forced abdication. Since 1950, the palace hosts the National Museum of Art of Romania. The Romanian royal family currently uses Elisabeta Palace as its official residence in Bucharest. In addition, the Romanian government allows the royal family to use the Royal Palace different occasions. The palace is the largest and most significant royal residence in the country, containing emblematic official spaces such as the Throne Hall, the Royal Dining Hall and the monumental Voivodes' Staircase. An equestrian statue of the first king of Romania, Carol I stands in the center of a large square in front of it, traditionally known as the "Palace Square" (Romanian: Piața Palatului), but renamed "Revolution Square" after the Romanian revolution of 1989.
49–53 Calea Victoriei
Bucharest, RO 010063

More

Over one hundred years of tradition and excellence. Each year of the past century bears the memory of countless unique and impactful events that have left their mark on the hotel, brought to life by its very guests. 1912 sees the constructions start of a hotel inspired by the French architect Téophile Bradeau and 1914 marks the hotel's inauguration, a year that changed everything that was to come. The hotel’s main jewel, now known as the historic Le Diplomate, a large ballroom featuring gold leaf wall details, a stained-glass ceiling, crystal mirrors, and beautiful chandeliers. It is one of the most prestigious venues in Bucharest due to its architecture and detailed design, one of the best-preserved rooms in Romania, listed as a National Heritage Historic Monument. The outside foyer, Les Colonnades, has been restored and with its marble columns dating 110 years providing the perfect setting for a timeless welcome reception.

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High season
May 1 – Jun 30
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Shoulder season
Nov 1 – Nov 30
Mar 1 – Apr 30
Low season
Jan 1 – Feb 29
Dec 1 – Dec 31
Jul 1 – Aug 31

Cancellation Policy

Group cancellation - as mentioned in the group contract;

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