We liked this very much. Great old town location. Rooms are spacious-- room #21. Small hotel. Not fancy. Staff was great, helped with transportation, COVID testing and restaurant on Easter when most things were closed. We're seasoned travelers and advice still helpful and appreciated. Recommend to eat breakfast next door at Cafe VanGogh which was very good.
Had been traveling around Ukraine and Moldova, and finally arrived in Romania to visit Bucharest. I have visited right across Europe, with Romania probably one of the last places left to visit, and I was unsure where to stay. I had looked around for some tips and recommendations, and in places like the Times newspaper and travel blogs, Rembrandt Hotel kept appearing time and time again as a good budget hotel for the city. I can honestly see why, as I have never felt so at home as I have here. The day before I got a phone call asking if I would be still traveling and if I would need a transfer to the hotel, which I said I would not be needing as I arrived at Bucharest Airport at 6am and would just use the Bolt App (taxi for £6). Was not expecting to be able to check in, but as soon as I walked through the door I was greeted with the warmest welcome by the man on the desk, who seriously could not do enough for me. I said I would go away for a few hours, but he checked to see if I could check in early, but this would cost a extra 15 euro's, while if I waited 1.5 hours I could check in for free. I said I had a walking tour booked in a hours time so would just wait and check in afterwards, and on top of this they said I was welcome to use the breakfast facilities. Came back a few hours later and again was made very welcome, and shown up to my room. For the price I said I can only describe my room as a suite, as it was massive! Really clean and while not most modern, had a lovely charm about it. After a short rest in my room, I decided it was time to get something to eat and when I asked the reception for their recommendations, they suggested a place around the corner and also what to order there, and again they were spot on as it was a excellent lunch at great prices! All in all one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in and will most certainly base myself here in future when back in Bucharest.…
So cute! The location is absolutely perfect, near everything and really nice zone and surroundings. The stuff was absolutely amazing, always willing to help and trying to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The room was quite spacious, very nice.
Rembrandt studios are lovely, cosy and spacious. The location is great, right in the old city centre of Bucharest with attractions to visit within short walking distances. The only thing I did not like is that the bathroom provided very few towels which was uncomfortable, they should double the number. Otherwise, very good and price worth.
Hotel with nice surrounding for evening program and central location to discover tourist attractions. Clean rooms and a unique interior design result in a feeling of family owned and managed hotel. Not one of the typical sterile chain hotels this accomodation left a remaining very positive impression. Would like to return and stay some days more again. Unfortunately it is difficult to find such kind of hotels...!
The hotel's location is its strength and its fatal flaw. It's in the heart of Old Town, and you can walk almost everywhere. But it's at an intersection where streetmusicians play music. All day and long into the night. Loud, amplified music. With singing. And drums. And they play the same 4 or 5 songs over and over again. It's maddening. And so loud you can't have your window open. Even with the window closed, it's too loud to sleep. I prayed for rain so they would go home. This isn't the hotel's fault, but it should be a major factor in your considering whether to stay at it. Yes, there's otherwise typical street noise from people and life outside. That's to be expected and was fine. But even if it's raining and the street musicians are mercifully absent, the rooms themselves are too loud inside. What do I mean? The floors creak. LOUDLY. Need to pee in the middle of the night? Walking from the bed to the toilet will make the floors creak loudly enough to wake up anyone else asleep in the room. We bought earplugs, which made things quiet. But what if there's a fire? Or an emergency? We wouldn't have heard it. And who wants to have to wear earplugs on vacation? The hotel's breakfast and breakfast staff were excellent. So there's that. Bottom line -- there are tons and tons of nice hotels in the area. Do not stay at this one. Believe me now and thank me later.…
I stayed here for one night after having spent some time with friends before flying home the following day. It was very cheap and in a great location in the old town. Staff were friendly and it was a lovely room with free breakfast included. Would definitely stay here again!
Very large room. Clean. Excellent breakfast. Very central location. The windows is very effective to block the noise from the street. I had no issue with it. The shower hose was too short. Therefore when you hang it on the wall the water sprays horizontally and the hose blocks your way.
Plus: good location, spacious rooms, cleanliness. Minuses: noisy elevator, being located in the old center, often there is noise (noisy parties, too loud music), poor breakfast and is not varied. One over the other, if you need a hotel in the center, I recommend it.
The staff in the hotel very helpful. Hotel clean and spacious. Good breakfast. Very good location right in the heart of the nightlife and great bars and restaurants. Was noisy at night but to be expected with the location.