Hotelul Bucovina, locul recomandat celor cu buget mic care vor sa viziteze Suceava si manastirile din Bucovina

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*Rupert Wolfe-Murray cunoaste bine Bucurestiul, desi nu este de-al locului. Insa viziteaza des si alte locuri din tara. Dupa ce a scris pentru metropotam mai multe cronici ale unor locuri din Capitala (Bellini si Chez Marie), de data asta ne spune cum se vede prin ochii unui strain experienta de la hotelul Bucovina din Suceava.

Hotelul Bucovina este un loc bune unde sa te cazezi in Suceava, cel mai important oras din Bucovina, taramul manastirilor, dar are o problema serioasa.

Prima data lucrurile bune: este ieftin. Am platit 70 de lei pentru o camera dubla, calduroasa (un lucru esential pentru zilele de iarna cand temperatura este sub zero grade).

Este un hotel curat, confortabil si are baie, lucrur rar intalnit intr-un hotel oarecare, de pe vremea comunistilor.

Nici aspectul nu o sa va impresioneze, fiind divizat in doua corpuri: unul renovat si unul care nu a fost modernizat (in asta am fost cazati noi).

Dar nu asta este partea proasta, ci serviciul. Angajatii au fost neprietenosi si posaci. E un paradox luand in considerare ca romnii sunt prietenosi si daca ii vizitezi acasa la ei te vor trata ca pe un rege, cel putin din experienta mea.

Pe hol am vazut mai multi angajati imbracati ca si cum se pregateau sa participe la un concurs de bodyguarzi.

Am mancat un pranz bun la restaurantul hotelului (care a fost recent renovat), unde ne-am "bucurat" de muzica de la televizor, care era data la volum mare. Cand am rugat-o pe chelnerita sa schimbe muzica ne-a spus "ordinele sefului! Nu pot face nimic".

M-am dus la receptie si i-am spus "sefului" sa schimbe muzica si vizibil deranjat s-a conformat.

Una peste alta, hotelul este bun si il recomand celor care au un buget mic si trebuie sa se cazeze in Suceava.

Hotel Bucovina

This is a good place to stay in Suceava, the main city in Bucovina, land of the Painted Monasteries, but it has a serious downside.

First the good stuff: it's cheap. We paid 70 RON for a double room and that's about €8 each -- so no complaints on the value-for-money front. The room was warm which is essential at this sub zero time of year (December 2014).

It's clean and comfortable and even had a bath which is rare in an ordinary hotel, but was common in the Communist days. It's basically an old Commie hotel.

The hotel is in an ugly block and is divided into the unrenovated bit, where we stayed, and the renovated bit which I didn't see and probably costs a lot more.

The downside which is the service which is grumpy, surly and unfriendly. This is a paradox as Romanians tend to be really friendly and if you visit them at home they treat you like a king, at least in my experience. The hallway is full of thickset thug types in puffy down jackets, looking like they are queuing for a bodyguard competition.

We ate a decent meal in the (nicely renovated) restaurant and were enjoying the music from a TV. Then one of the bodyguard/thug types came in and put on some awful ambient music at top volume. We asked the waitress to change it back but she said "boss's orders...can't do anything." I went to the reception, found the young thug/boss and told him we're the only clients in his mausoleum/restaurant and can he please turn down that racket. With a surly expression he eventually complied.

Overall, the place is pretty good and I'd recommend it if you are on a budget (if you have more money than me you might like to stay in the old Communist Party hotel) -- as long as you don't mind staying in the property of a member of the Romanian underworld.





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