Residenza di Carbasinni
AddressStr. Balcesti, nr. 5, Sector 3 BucharestSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
The Residenza di Carbasinni offers air-conditoned apartments and is situated only 300 metres from the historical centre of Bucharest and 200 metres from the Unirii metro station. Free WiFi is available in all areas.
All self-catered units in Residenza di Carbasinni come with a seating area, a sofa bed, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a kitchen. The bathrooms have bath or shower and free toiletries.
Shopping facilities can be reached in a walking distance and the Palace of Parliament is only 1.5 km away and the National History Museum is 700 metres away. Free public parking is possible at a location nearby.
Please note that the property has no reception. Please contact the property in advance for check-in arrangements. Contact details are stated in the booking confirmation. Please inform Residenza di Carbasinni in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation. A security deposit of EUR 300 is required upon arrival for incidentals. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation. A prepayment deposit via bank transfer is required to secure your reservation. The property will contact you after you book to provide any bank transfer instructions.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Ticket service
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Car hire
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency exchange
- Free WiFi
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