A list of romantic hotels in Romania

With picturesque cities, stunning views and romantic summer and winter resorts, Romania is an ideal destination for a romantic getaway. Whether you want a pampered relaxed getaway, a holiday in a medieval setting, an elegant stay in a wonderful baroque country or a few days in a quiet village, Romania has everything to have an unforgettable experience. To ensure that your experience is especially special, we have prepared a list of some fabulous romantic hotels.

Kronwell Brasov Hotel

Located in Brasov, Kronwell Brasov Hotel is in the business district and near a train station. Council House and Black Church are notable landmarks and Parc Aventura Brasov is a popular area attraction. Traveling with kids? Consider the Aquatic Paradise and Dino Rasnov Park. Enjoy the great outdoors with hiking / biking trails, ecotours, and mountain biking, or hop on a bike rental nearby and explore all the area has to offer.

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Chambers’n Charm Boutique Hotel, Brașov

Chambers’n Charm Boutique Hotel has a unique design, and is a fascinating place to stay in Brasov. Each room has a different ambiance, so you can choose the perfect setting for your honeymoon. Do you prefer French chic, Scandinavian simplicity, Baroque luxury or even a more exotic Moroccan themed suite with a small indoor pool? Add to this a relaxing massage or a soak in the Turkish steam bath, and you’ll truly be free of your everyday cares.


Epoque Hotel, Bucharest

For many, this is one of Bucharest’s best kept secrets. Apart from a very convenient location, near the charming Cișmigiu Gardens, its main attraction is its interiors inspired by neo-Romanian architecture. Featuring beautiful arches and graceful columns, the hotel provides a modern interpretation of a style that was popular between 1900 and 1950. What’s more, the Epoque Hotel also features a sauna and an indoor pool.

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Continental Forum, Sibiu

The Continental Forum Hotel offers bohemian experiences in Sibiu, one of the most romantic cities in Romania. It draws travelers in with its classical architecture and beautifully decorated rooms. You can choose from a large variety of chambers, from Classic to Deluxe to the Presidential Apartment, which encompasses the entire top floor of the hotel. This is a place where you will feel like royalty. For a little pampering or a couple’s massage, head to the wellness center, and let yourself be spoiled. The hotel’s restaurant offers the only Balkan dishes in the country, so be sure to try as much of the menu as possible.

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Brukenthal Palace, Avrig

For a honeymoon in the eighteenth century, there’s no better destination than the Brukenthal Palace in Avrig. This former summer residence of the Brukenthal Baron features a glamorous guesthouse and the only Baroque Park in Transylvania. You can choose between the Orangery rooms, one of the VIP Rooms or the suite, which is an elegant apartment offering marvelous views of English and Dutch gardens. The palace’s restaurant uses quality ingredients for exquisite meals. At the Brukenthal Palace, it is easy to get wrapped up in romance.


Domenii Plaza by Residence Hotels

Located in Bucharest, Domenii Plaza by Residence Hotels is in the city center and near a metro station. Romanian Athenaeum and Village Museum are cultural highlights, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit Promenada and Baneasa Shopping City. Traveling with kids? Consider the George Enescu Museum and Water Park Otopeni


Hotel Cherica, Constanta

Located in Constanta, Hotel Cherica is in the city center and close to the beach. Ovid Square and Constanta Casino are notable landmarks, and the very natural beauty can be seen at Constanta Beach and Mamaia Beach. Don’t miss out on a visit to Mamaia Aqua Magic.

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Rembrandt Hotel, Bucharest

Located in Bucharest, Rembrandt Hotel is in the city center and near a metro station. Unirea Shopping Center and Bucharest Mall are worth checking out if shopping is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the array natural beauty can explore Herastrau Park and Cismigiu Garden. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what’s happening at National Arena or Dinamo Stadium. Guests appreciate the hotel’s location for the nightlife.

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Hotel Carpathia, Sinaia

Located in the beautiful mountain town of Sinaia, home of the royal Peles Castle, Hotel Carpathia is an excellent location for a romantic getaway. With special experiences created for couples on their honeymoon, including romantic dinners, massages, spa packages, champagne and even flowers, the hotel is perfect for celebrating love. Its classy double rooms and apartments are cozy and comfortable. In summer, guests can dine on the hotel’s lovely terrace.

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Valea Verde Resort, Bahnea

Located in a picturesque valley surrounded by magnificent landscapes, the Valea Verde Resort is an idyllic accommodation. Settled in the village of Cund, the resort has charming apartments fitted with en-suite bathrooms and a wood-burning stoves, ideal for the cooler fall and winter evenings. The Valea Verde’s restaurant is known for its refined French and Mediterranean cuisine, made with fresh seasonal ingredients grown in the resort’s garden. The flavorful dishes are paired with national and international red and white wines. For a little extra relaxation, massages are available, or, if you’re visiting in the summer, a natural lake is open for swimming.

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