Situated in a beautiful historical building, on one of Bucharest’s main boulevards, REZIDENT Balcescu flats are an oasis to retreat in from the busy streets of the capital. A pearl for the art & nightlife aficionados, the location is just minutes away from what Bucharest has best to offer.
Victoriei Avenue and the Old City are nearby, boasting amazing restaurants, bars, cafes and great shopping spots. Only 5 minutes away from Piata Romana and 2 minutes away from the University Square and the National Theatre, you couldn’t be closer to the vibrant city centre.
REZIDENT Eminescu is where the story began. The building was constructed during the communist regime for foreign diplomats, so the flats are extremely spacious and bright, with floor length windows.
The flats are 5 minutes away from Piata Romana and its Underground station, connecting you to every corner of the city. It is also within walking distance from Piata Dorobanti with all its cool cafes and restaurants, as well as the awesome shopping spots on Calea Dorobanti.
REZIDENT Eforie Nord is amazingly located on the shore of the Black Sea and has probably one of the best sea views on the Romanian Riviera.
Luxurious and extremely spacious, it is perfect for some time off at the Sea Side. The seafront balconies make enjoying your morning coffee or evening cocktail outside a highlight. The beach is right outside the complex and so is the Yacht Marina.
In the heart of the Carpathian Mountains, in one of Romania’s top skiing resorts, REZIDENT Predeal brings the traveler a sense of warmth and peace.
It is but 10 minutes away from the city centre and the train station, and 15 minutes away from the sky slope. The wooden floors and ceilings, customary to the local architecture, give the flat a lofty feeling, submersing you into the mountain vibe.
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