WELCOME TO FILITTI BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Situated on a quiet street in the Old Town of Bucharest, Filitti Hotel is a charming small boutique hotel, offering cozy, spacious accommodation, an Italian restaurant, a glamorous Sky Bar and friendly service in a tranquil, central location.
Perfect for business or for an offbeat city break to this fabulous city, Filitti is within easy walking distance of many of the most important landmarks and attractions of Bucharest, including the Palace of Parliament.
The National Museum of Contemporary Art and National Museum of Romanian History. Filitti is just a few minutes walking distance from the metro station, which provides quick and easy access to many more of the most emblematic sites of the Romania capital.
Recently open, Filitti has 17 spacious & elegantly rooms, which come with all modern amenities, feature soundproofing including Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and flat-screen TVs.
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- Number of rooms: 17 (5 single Premium, 10 double Superior, 2 double Deluxe with balcony)
- Official category: Bed and Breakfast
- Year of establishment: 2018
- Period of closure: open all year
- Languages spoken: Romanian, English, Italian.
- Smoking policy: Non-smoking property.
- Credit cards accepted: American Express, Visa, Euro/Mastercard
- Transfer airport-hotel-airport is available on request.
- Car rental can also be arranged at reception.
- Parking: In the old town, it is a pedestrian zone. A public parking is available close by the hotel, at 1 minute walking distance. Daily charges apply, you will pay directly to the parking.
- Pets: not allowed
- Elevator: yes
- Check in: from 14:00
- Check out: before 12:00
Ioan Constantin Filitti (May 8, 1879 – September 21, 1945) was a Romanian historian, diplomat and conservative theorist, best remembered for his contribution to social history, legal history, genealogy and heraldry. A member of the Conservative Party and an assistant of its senior leader Titu Maiorescu, he had aristocratic (boyar) origins and an elitist perspective. Among his diverse contributions, several focus on 19th-century modernization under the Organic Regulation regime, during which Romania was ruled upon by the Russian Empire. As a historian, Filitti is noted for his perfectionism, and for constantly revising his own works.
Filitti died in September 1945, almost a year after King Michael’s Coup broke with the Axis. By his own account, he had published 82 volumes, 267 topical articles, and completed some 700 family trees. Many of these texts were circular of “rectifications” to previous editions, addressed to the community of scientists at large.
After his dead, Filitis street from the old town was renamed as Ion.C. Filitti.
A perfect lounge-style meeting spot on 7th floor where you can choose from a variety of innovative cocktails, light finger tapas options and an extensive wine list.
FILITTI BOUTIQUE HOTEL