Marmorosch Autograph, Marriott Bonvoy Hotel in Bucharest
Rating for Marmorosch Hotel in Bucharest by the 5D Sensograph on placescases.com: 4.8 out of 5.
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Hotel Marmorosch is part of the Autograph Collection by Marriott Bonvoy in Bucharest. I chose it based on rating and value for money, of course also because of the way it looks in the pictures. The building is exceptional. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, it housed one of the largest and most important banks in Romania. Unfortunately, the Great Depression of the late 1920s brought it down and it collapsed, along with many other banks of the time. Then it housed the central bank of Romania, and then it was empty for a while. 2 years ago, the building was renovated in such a way as to preserve the charm of its antiquity, but at the same time to be comfortable as a hotel. We were satisfied, it was worth the stay there.
See Marmorosch …
… The design of the hotel is in the Art Deco style – impressive paintings in a Renaissance and modern style at the same time;
… The lobby bar and restaurant are located under a beautiful atrium and invites to sit;
… The cosmetics in the bathroom are by Noir London, which we liked back in Belgrade, in one of the nicest and most comfortable hotels we’ve stayed in in Europe, Saint Ten;
… At the first moment, I got the impression that the carpet in the corridors was dirty, old, unmaintained. Then I felt that this was the pattern, and because the color was quite dead, I could not shake out this feeling until the end of the stay;
… The corridors are quite narrow and when there is a house keeping trolley they look cluttered and especially when you cross paths.
Feel Marmorosch …
… Good service – no complaints, only that they didn’t fill us with coffee capsules after we used them, but otherwise we had complimentary bottles of water every day;
… Comfortable beds and pillows;
… Big and soft towels in the bathroom, a nice shower with a strong and rich jet – small details that somehow make an impression;
… When we arrived, attracted by the beautiful interior of the lobby bar, we wanted to have a drink. However, for quite a long time no one paid attention to us and we finally left.
Hear Marmorosch …
… Jazz at reception and in the lobby bar.
… Nice music in the cocktail bar on level -1 where the vaults used to be.
Movie watching time: 3:27 min.
Smell Marmorosch …
… The espresso that they provide as a compliment is nice and smells great in the morning – as long as they fill you up from the capsules again after you use them;
… Light sandalwood scent from Noir London bathroom cosmetics – it’s wonderful!
Taste Marmorosch …
… We haven’t tried the hotel’s breakfast, but we did try the cocktails at the bar on level -1, which is called The Vault, i.e. The vault.
The Vault is an impressive place. Once it was indeed a bank vault. The safes have been preserved, they stand as decoration. See them in the movie. More importantly, the cocktails are great, we especially liked the martinis.
I would stay at Marmorosch again, but in case I visit Bucharest again, I would rather look for another option to try a different place. But otherwise I recommend it to everyone who hasn’t been to it yet.
How to get to Marmorosch?
Just use the Google map here by clicking on the red pin of its location and then select directions:
A: Strada Doamnei 2, București 030053, Romania
Check-in: 15ч Check-out: 12ч
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