Sheraton Bucharest Hotel

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Calea Dorobantilor 5-7 Bucharest 010551


2023 - Green Key Certificate 2019 - Chef of the year for hotel industry 2018 - Benihana Restaurant won 1st place for the best international restaurant in Bucharest 2017 - Benihana Restaurant won the 3rd place for the best hotel restaurant 2017 - Best Manager Hotel of the Year 2015 - The Best Hotel Investment (2nd place)


Room features and guest services

  • Calls (toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Casino
  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Portable heaters
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Distance from airport

  • 9.7 mi. from venue


  • Paid parking€20.00 / day
  • Valet parking
  • Street parking
  • Bus parking

Sheraton Bucharest Hotel Meeting Space

Total meeting space13,205 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms11
Largest room5,704 sq. ft.
Second largest room3,153 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)70 sq. ft.

Floor Plans


Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms270

Local Attractions

Triumph Arch

Historical landmark
4 km away
In the northern part of Bucharest, in the middle of one of the busiest intersections of the city, stands the Arch de Triumph (Arcul de Triumf). The monument reminds passers-by of the Romanian Army’s victory in the First World War and the Great Union of 1918 - one of the most important events in Romania’s history. Built after the French model, the Arch of Triumph in “Little Paris,” as some used to call the Romanian capital city, is the “little brother” of the famous monument of the same name in Paris. How to get to the Arch of Triumph in Bucharest: The Arch of Triumph is located in Northern Bucharest, at the intersection of the Kiseleff road with Mareșal Constantin Prezan, Mareșal Alexandru Averescu and Alexandru Constantinescu Boulevards. Buses 131, 330, 331, 335, 205, 282 and 783 stop nearby, and the nearest subway station is Aviatorilor Square (Piața Aviatorilor). Those who are in the area can also visit the Village Museum, the Antipa Museum and the King Mihai I (Herăstrău) Park, which is in the immediate vicinity and one of the largest parks in the capital.
The Triumphal Arch, Piața Arcul de Trium
Bucharest, RO


19 km away
Therme Bucharest is the largest wellness center in Europe. The entire place is designed for water sports, relaxing, and food. Also, Therme Bucharest has the best spa in Bucharest.
Therme Bucharest, Calea Bucureşti 1K, Ba
Bucharest, RO 015001

Romanian Athenaeum

Historical landmark
10 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 main concert hall and home of the "George Enescu" Philharmonic and of the George Enescu annual international music 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; the auditorium seats 600 in the stalls and another 52 in loge seating. A 75-sqm long and 3-m wide 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
Bucharest, RO

Herastrau Park

15 minutes away
Herăstrău Park (Romanian: Parcul Herăstrău) is a large park on the northern side of Bucharest, Romania, around Lake Herăstrău, one of the lakes formed by the Colentina River. The park has an area of about 187 ha, of which 74 ha is the lake. Initially, the area was full of marshes, but these were drained between 1930 and 1935, and the park was opened in 1936. The park is divided into two zones: a rustic or natural zone (the Village Museum), which is left more or less undisturbed, and a public/'active' domain with open areas for recreation activities. Small boats are allowed on the lake. Elisabeta Palace, the current residence of the Romanian Royal Family, is located in the park, as an "island" inside the Village Museum, near the Arch of Triumph ("Arcul de Triumf"). A number of buildings are found within the Herăstrău Park. The most notable is the Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum in Bucharest, an open-air museum showcasing traditional life of the Romanian peasant and having hundreds of houses from across Romania. Scattered across the park are an open-air theatre, a yacht club, a sports club, the Herăstrău Hotel and, adjunct to the park, the Diplomatic Club, featuring a golf course.
Bucharest, RO

Parliament Palace

Historical landmark
13 minutes away
The Palace of the Parliament (Romanian: Palatul Parlamentului) is the seat of the Parliament of Romania. Located on Dealul Arsenalului in central Bucharest (Sector 5), it is the largest administrative building in the world[1] with a height of 84 metres (276 ft), an area of 365,000 square metres (3,930,000 sq ft) and a volume of 2,550,000 cubic metres (90,000,000 cu ft). In terms of weight, the Palace of the Parliament is the heaviest building in the world, weighing in at around 4,098,500,000 kilograms (9.0356×109 lb).[2] A colossal parliament building known for its ornate interior composed of 23 sections, it houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, three museums and an international conference center. The museums hosted inside the Palace are the National Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Communist Totalitarianism (established in 2015)[3] and the Museum of the Palace. Though named the House of the Republic (Romanian: Casa Republicii), after the Romanian Revolution in 1989 it became widely known as the People's House (Romanian: Casa Poporului). Due to its impressive endowments, events organized by state institutions and international bodies such as conferences, symposia, and others take place there, but even so about 70% of the building remains empty.
Str Izvor 2-4
Bucharest, RO

Carturesti Carusel Library

20 minutes away
Located on Lipscani street, at number 55, the bookstore is spread over six levels totaling 1000 square meters. Cărtureşti Carusel is an experiment in cultural living of the old center, offering a space for reading, socializing and artistic exploration of the heart of the city. With a bistro on the top floor, a multimedia space in the basement and a gallery dedicated to contemporary art on the first floor, the bookstore is preparing to tell a new story on a street with a vibrant commercial tradition. The elegant 19th century edifice came into the possession of the famous Chrissoveloni banker family in 1903, and during the communist period it was confiscated and turned into the Familia store. After 1990, the building was recovered and rehabilitated by the current owner, Mr. Jean Chrissoveloni, and now it comes to life through an innovative layout, but attentive to the historical substance, signed by the Square One architecture office.
Lipscani, no 55, Old City
Bucharest, RO

Old City Center

17 minutes away
Old City Center is the perfect place to be for night life attraction: terraces and clubs, shopping area
Lipscani Street
Bucharest, RO 7141

National Museum of Art

5 minutes away
The National Museum of Art of Romania (Romanian: Muzeul Național de Artă al României) is located in the Royal Palace in Revolution Square, central Bucharest.[1] It features collections of medieval and modern Romanian art, as well as the international collection assembled by the Romanian royal family.
Calea Victoriei 49-53
Bucharest, RO


Interested in MICE & leisure groups up to 180 rooms in low season and weekends (low season: January, February, August and December + all weekends).For the rest of the year ideal group size would be up to 150 rooms.


High season
Sep 1 – Dec 19
Feb 11 – Jun 30
Shoulder season
Low season
Jul 1 – Aug 31
Jan 1 – Feb 10
Dec 20 – Dec 31

Cancellation Policy

24 Hours

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