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InterContinental Athénée Palace Bucharest

Parking & Transportation

Episcopiei 1-3 Bucharest 010292 Romania



Phone: +40 21 3033777
Email: buhap.info@ihg.com

Parking

On-site parking

Discover convenient parking options at our hotel. Limited-time parking spaces are available in front for arrivals, along with a private lot across the street featuring a ticketing service. Enjoy hassle-free parking during your stay.

Shuttle

Henri Coanda (BUH)
Shuttle not available

Public Transportaion

  • By train: North Train Station
  • By subway: Piata Romana

Driving Directions

Get on the București-Ploiești road, head south 15 km up to the Free Press Market roundabout, take the fourth exit onto Pavel D. Kiseleff, follow it for 1.9 km and at Victory Square, continue on Victory Avenue up to George Enescu Park.

Entering the city on București Ploiești road at the Free Press Square roundabout, take the fourth exit onto Kiseleff Road; at the Triumphal Arch, take the third exit to continue on Kiseleff Road onto Victoriei Avenue. Continue to George Enescu Square, left on Benjamin Franklin, for parking.

On Giurgiului Rd, continue for 3 km At the crossing with Serban Voda Rd, turn left and continue for 1.3 km At the Dimitrie Cantemir intersection, take a left and go for 4 km to Romana Square At the roundabout, take the 4th exit, right on George Enescu, left on 2nd St Clemenceau, up to Episcopiei.

Enter at Pallady Blvd. Keep on C. Ressu Dudesti Rd. and at the crossing with Burebista Blvd, go right to Alba Iulia Sqr. Then take the 2nd exit to Unirii Blvd, go right at the Unirii Sqr. continue to Romana Sqr. and at the roundabout, take the 4th onto Magheru right on G. Enescu, left on Clemenceau.

Enter A 1 at Iuliu M. Blvd, keep on Cotroceni Rd, up to the Dambovita River, take a right and keep ahead up to the cross with Stirbey Rd. Continue until Victory Avenue, take a right and first left on Benjamin Franklin and then first left up to Episcopiei.