What can a new 4-star hotel offer you in Bucharest?  Enormous high-tech spaces?  Or maybe a classical décor, with rich ornamentation, starting from the not necessarily false idea that a 'classical' building is never old fashioned?  In the case of the Christina Hotel the design solution does not fall under any of the mainstream types of recent years.

What do we mean by comfortable?  A bed with ergonomic mattress, a TV set as big as possible, a hot shower.  Then… the smell of coffee you can enjoy in front of your window or on the balcony of your room.

That is why all the furniture in the 24 rooms of Hotel Christina has been chosen on the ergonomic criterion: double/twin beds are set in motion electrically and independently (with spare batteries to return to their horizontal position in case of a power cut).  The mattresses are Linea-Flex, ergonomic, with long thermal memory and 3D Air Cycle system.  The curtains are electrically driven, too, all rooms having black-out to enable the rooms to completely screen off the daylight.  The luggage and wardrobe space has been generously allocated.  In the wardrobe there is a laptop-size safe.  In addition, air-conditioning is powerful and quiet; each room has a Nespresso coffee-maker and a Tekanne tea-maker with beverages at your discretion, minibar and an 81 cm Toshiba LCD TV set. Also you will be delighted to use the Bvlgari and Chopard cosmetics which we provide for you.

In a telescopic space, on two levels, Christina welcomes you to its restaurant, an area for business meetings, an exhibition hall, the perfect place for cultural events and parties. The lack of space constraints makes it easily adaptable to any type of request. Moreover, Christina offers an alternative for having lunch or dinner in the city: a worldwide culinary experience, an extraordinary mixture of tastes and flavors from all over the world, all gathered under the motto Taste Fusion. In the menu of Christina Restaurant you will find salads, fish, meat, and sea food, pasta, soups, and different types of cooked food. All of the 57 specialties have stories from at least two countries if not two continents.