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Article from BTNews 6 SEPTEMBER 2021

Bucharest hotel opening

The Romanian capital of Bucharest has a new 5-star property, The Marmorosch Bucharest, part of Radisson Autograph Collection.

The 217-guestroom hotel is located in the heart of Bucharest Old Town and is situated in the former palatial headquarters of Marmorosch-Blank Bank, Romania's famed bank of the late 19th century.

The transformation involved a €42m investment and three years of meticulous work to reawaken its rich architectural Art Deco and Art Nouveau heritage.

Guests can enjoy a relaxed French fine dining experience at Blank Bar & Lounge or continue their journey through history in The Vault, a bar where specially designed cocktails are created with an edible gold flake, nodding to the hotel’s banking past.  The property also comes complete with a spa, indoor pool and fitness area plus a number of events and meeting rooms up to 110-person capacity.

www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/buhak-the-marmorosch-bucharest-autograph-collection

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