A unique atmosphere

Opened in late 2014, our boutique hotel fuses modern day comfort with historically accurate decor, providing a remarkable experience.

We invite you to discover our hotel and find the room that suits you.

Our rooms

Relaxing two single beds room
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room 1 Amber

A laid back décor for this twin / double room

Relaxing two single beds room
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room 2 Topaz

Soothing blue twin / double room

Generously sized double bed
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room 3 Citrine

Generously sized double bed in a relaxing room

Generously sized double bed
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room 4 Carnelian

Our most intimate room, best suited for the light travellers

Generously sized double bed
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room 5 Sapphire

Generous double bed in a laid back décor

Generously-sized double bed
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room 6 Garnet

Generous double bed in a tall, light-flooded room

The hotel

This new hotel, opened in late 2014, finds its roots in the our wish and determination to create a unique and cozy space that highlights the building’s own character, as well as the charm of the listed area where it is located.

A key feature of the hotel is that each room offers a different atmosphere, as each is finished in different colors, with individual wallpaper and matching décor elements. Therefore, one can choose a room to match a specific taste or a particular occasion.

The care for details led to many innovative solutions in our attempt to combine the historic elements with the requirements of modern-day comfort. The style is eclectic (characteristic to the period when the house was build) and it fuses elements from the European Romantic style with the warmth of the English Cottage style to create a uniquely cozy and relaxed atmosphere. Most of the walls are covered in Belgian wallpaper replicating classical early XX-Century patterns, the floors are covered in Dutch carpeting and the bathrooms are finished in Italian tiling. The furniture, as well as the wooden fittings and decorations are custom made for this project by local craftsmen.

"Les Jardins Carol" is situated on the upper floor of a historic building (built in 1909) in the south-west area of Bucharest, on the Filaret Hill, an important historic neighborhood.

The rooms’ floor is accessed from the restaurant below via a massive wooden staircase. Upstairs, a welcoming area with a couple of armchairs set in front of a fireplace is always available for the hotel guests. The two wings of the building (each hosting 3 chambers) opens from the welcoming area.

The restaurant downstairs, with its international menu and longstanding tradition, provides an excellent opportunity for lunches, dinners or business meetings. The breakfast is also served in the restaurant, and, in the summertime, its shaded terrace proposes a welcome respite from the heat of the city.

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