Ramada Bucharest Parc Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I am so glad that we got a good deal from Booking.com which reduced the price of this hotel, because if I had paid the standard price I would be even more upset. Although we booked months in advance and indicated that it would be a late arrival due to the flight time, on arrival we were told that luckily, we had the last room available, which was a smoking room (who knew these things even existed now?). Of course, the smell of smoke had impregnated the very shabby fabric of the room. The air conditioning did not work- it simply made a noise. The room had absolutely no soundproofing, so even on the 10th floor the traffic noise could be heard day and night. However, on Saturday night it was drowned out by the very loud music from the party on the ground floor which went on until 4 in the morning.The reception staff informed us that this is normal as it was a Romanian wedding. Silly of us, to expect to sleep in a hotel. As the hotel was busy, the breakfast room was mayhem on Sunday morning. There was nowhere to sit, and when I politely enquired of a waiter whether there was any extra seating anywhere, he said, of course not- what did I want him to do?? There was no bread, and when it did arrive it was pounced on by the crowd- they must have know how many people were booked in to the hotel but had made no plans to ensure that breakfast could actually be served. I had no teaspoon and asked a member of staff if I could get one, but she snapped 'It is on the table'. When I explained that it wasn't which was why I was asking, she shrugged, walked away from me, and went to laugh with a colleague. The customer service was truly appalling. It seems that customers just get in the way, and if staff are standing talking, they will not move for you, when you are walking to the breakfast buffet they will simply barge in to you, and when you go to the reception desk and nobody is there, they will come out of the back room with a mobile phone pressed to their ear. I am so disappointed in my stay here and would not recommend this hotel, but there is one good thing I can say- on the first evening we went to the Red Pepper restaurant which is shared with Ramada Plaza. Although the food was mediocre, the service was great, and the lovely waiter Razvan deserves a mention - his colleagues should learn from him how to treat guests.
Stayed on business for 2 nights having booked a single room. I was given a double (no 313): bed was comfortable, room big enough for 1 person. Further on the plus side: - new furniture, must have changed it since my last stay. Adequate for 1 or 2 people - very clean, both room and bathroom - very quiet & safe area - kettle and tea/ instant coffee in room - safety box in room - late check-out by default at 2pm - good breakfast On the minus side: - location, if you're interested in sightseeing, as the hotel is not in the centre of Bucharest. But taxis and Uber are very cheap in Bucharest. - poor toiletries - worn-out towels - slow and rather small elevators. While a crowd of tourists with many luggage waited to take the elevators to their room, only 2 of the 3 lifts were working, that's inexcusable!
So we wanted to try a new hotel while in Bucharest. That was not a good choice. The rooms weren't properly cleaned. It's an old worn down hotel. Breakfast was very disappoint and the swimming pool is not included in the price. That's 7 euros extra. Good WiFi, lots of channels on the tv.
Unfriendly staff, lack of information and help, very small and not clean rooms, bathroom seems to be 25years old, breakfast closed at 10 am, Swimming pool closed at 10pm in the weekend. We got a double standard room, which made us to pay 7euro each to be able to use the swimming pool. Its not too close to the citycenter. We did not like it at all and wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone. It's not worth 4 stars, it's not worth the money you will pay. There are a lot of hotels in Bucharest so there are better choices for sure.
After a nice experience in Ramada Brasov, my boyfriend and I chose for Ramada Parc on our trip to Bucharest. First thing that "impressed" was the guy from the reception who was not friendly at all, and who forgot to tell what time is breakfast in the morning. Next was the old style bathroom that could be really nice for a motel but not accepted in a 4stars hotel, with broken faucet that didn't let you get water too hot and dirty towels. In the evening we went to have a drink in the restaurant and because it was 11pm already we asked if it's still possible to go. The waitress said they serve till 11.30 so we are very welcome..but...when we asked some server to bring us a beer and a glass of wine at 11.27 he said they are closed already. We accepted and were ready to leave and after 5 min we saw how the table next to us got the same beer as we ordered. So when the server from that table passed we asked again for a drink..and guess what...for this girl it was not closed yet :)) On the next morning we ask for a taxi at the reception...nothing said except a paper with the taxi number and time when will he arrive. They always gave the feeling you are not welcome and you disturb them there. On the check out nobody asked any question..if everything was ok, if we didn't have any problem...and I think these are pretty normal and usual questions on check out. I think they have a loooot of work on training their staff and probably some renovation of the bathrooms would be usefull too. The only nice person we met in this hotel was the barman from the second bar(I think it counts like Ramada Plaza already), who got crazy from his colleagues too from what we saw.
I stayed here last week. Before going I was a bit apprehensive due the negative opinions also due to the relatively low price - for a single room it says Euros 156 per night at reception, but I paid 50! Apart from one small point - the bathwater at 6 am only being tepid, though when I tried the washbasin water at about 9 am it was hot - I had an excellent stay. The room was clean, the breakfast buffet excellent and the reception staff were helpful and attentive. I asked for a few black tea teabags as my room only had green tea teabags and was given a box! I had to leave very early in the morning and was asked by reception if I wanted a lunchbox to take with me. I found the location excellent too, being a short walk from the no. 331 bus-stop from where you can get to Piata Romana in the centre of town. I don't think I'll ever be in Bucharest again but if I am, I'll certainly stay there again.
I was checked in the hotel for a week. Sometimes the room was not cleaned up, had a mini-venice experience (flooded bathroom). Breakfast service was up to expectations for a 4 star hotel. The service could've been better compared to other 4-star hotel experiences, where the staff actually cares about your well-being. If you stay there - must take advantage of the wellness club. Overall : could've been better.
I srayed here one night but I was very disappointed :( - Dirty room - A lot of noise - Very cold - Rude staff - This is not a four stars hotel :( Sorry for Ramada Group, in the past I stayed at another Ramada hotels, like Sibiu or Kusadasi, but there is no comparison!
This is a 2,5/5 stars review and here are the main reasons why: a lot of issues while staying at this 4 star hotel in Northern part of Bucharest. Nothing special, but it was just OK. First of all, they have published on their website a TripAdvisor widget from a different Ramada propriety in Bucharest (Ramada Plaza Conference Center, which is located right beside their location). Somewhat rude personnel, but that is not that unusual in regard to general practice in Bucharest’s HoReCa. located quite far from central Bucharest (but quite close to the city capital’s both airports), the hotel is maintained in a good state (apparently), with its rooms outdated. Had problems with sanitary installations (a ”small flood” from beneath the bathroom floor or toilet wouldn’t work properly - pictures provided), but they did resolve it in the same day. Breakfast is OK, in line with expectations, but frequently, they host lots of large groups, if you come here you are part of the herd. Even tough senior kitchen/serving staff is professional and supportive, but they seem to be struggling with new/junior employees that they have under their supervision. I've stayed here once and would like to say that a 2nd one will never happen. Sorry. To sum up, it is Ok. Just ok. But goes if you absolutely must stay there.
Spent a few nights in Bucharest on business. My company placed me at the Ramada hotel, as this is close to our office. First time here. OK so good and bad. Good: Staff are pleasant, hotel is nice, but the best of all, was the 55 min massage I got for 30 Euro, yes 30 Euro. Had trouble with my back and legs, the masseuse, just touching me, know this. I would recommend this to anyone. Bad: well, well not really bad, but I ordered room service, food came cold, no bottle opener for my juice, no salt, pepper or any sauce, neither was I asked if I would like any sauce. Overall, not to bad at the prices.
- Close to Village Museum and Arcul de Triumf
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Sector 1, Ramada Bucharest Parc Hotel is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Village Museum and Arcul de Triumf. This 267-room, 4-star hotel has conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Near the airport, it's also near Museum of the Romanian Peasant and Bucharest Botanical Garden.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast offered each morning. Enjoy dining at the hotel's 2 onsite restaurants: La Parc Restaurant offers relaxing garden views; Jasmine Restaurant specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.
All of Ramada Bucharest Parc Hotel's 267 soundproofed rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect LCD TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.
Guests of Ramada Bucharest Parc Hotel enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for RON 100 per person one way. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a health club, a sauna, and outdoor tennis courts.
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67% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 269 reviews