Beautiful architecture, tall rooms, wrought iron decorations, a beautifull ball room where they throw great parties.
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In spite of the beautiful architecture and the potential of the building, it is an old, dusty restaurant reminding of the communist Bucharest of the '80's. Bad air conditioning, an impregnated smell of cigarettes, even though smoking was forbidden in public places in Romania almost...More
No better place to stand at attention for a photo! Although the street around it is a little run down and due for some much needed repairs the Cercul Militar is still a must see when in Bucharest. Now "At ease!" LOL!
This lovely building is currently being renovated. It's still possible to visit it, though, and thankfully, its lovely fountain is working - even during the summer.
We were looking for a place for a dinner near our hotel and found the restaurant on the terrace of the Military Club. Though looking not very cozy (the building itself is being restored), the restraurant offers nice food and wonderful white home-made wine. The...More
It's a beautiful old building or palace housing a military library and some governmental group with a beautiful fountain in front, a restaurant in the upper area and several art exhibits in the lower areas. There are different exhibits there occasionally.
Stayed at Hotel Capitol right beside CCA. Nice building with flowers and water feature outside but was closed for renovation when we visited May '17. A small restaurant on the courtyard just up those steps was open though
impressive architecture of an old palace. During the communist era it was the residence of the political police (Securitate).. The building include a restaurant and a nice picture gallery. Outside there is a fountain which "invite" you to take a picture. (Since my window hotel...More
It's worth stopping her for a photo op if you're passing. It's a vast building with impressive steps and a big fountain, but as of May 2017, most of the building would appear to be under construction and what is open is just a restaurant.
Skip the restaurant. Monumentally atrocious, even for simply having a beer it was a hassle with the absent-minded servers.