For the second part of the InterContinental post, I'll show you around a bit. I got to roam around the hotel and decided to share with you more unique facets of the InterContinental Bucharest. I have to admit straight on that my favourite places in the InterContinental are the Imperial Suite and the spa, which you saw in the previous post.
If you've ever visited Bucharest, tell me your favourite place in the city. It can be any place : museum, hotel, street, club, coffee house, anything you enjoyed while visiting my home town.
Have a pink-tastic day!
I got the chance to visit the Imperial Suite, which has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, a dinning room and a piano. I don't play the piano, I learned one song once upon a time and forgot 70% of it since then, but I find it an exquisite feature to the suite. The suite contains white italian walnut furniture polished with gold and Murano glass light fixtures. It is a truly unique suite, which gives a victorian vibe that might just make you feel royal.
Necklace from local Boutique in Bucharest
Michael Kors Bag