Siqua Hotel, a four-star, family-owned property, offers a comfortable, welcoming home-away-from-home in the heart of Bucharest. Conveniently located in a quiet area next to the Romanian National Opera and near government offices, cultural and entertainment venues, business centres, restaurants and nightlife, Siqua Hotel is the ideal base for both business and leisure travellers. “We focus on making our guests feel at home and comfortable here in Siqua Hotel,” explains Paolo Tocco, who owns and operates the hotel with his wife Alina.
The hotel has 40 beautifully decorated guestrooms; guests can choose from single, double or queen rooms or a junior suite. For business travellers, Siqua Hotel has two well-equipped conference rooms as well as a ballroom for special events. The hotel’s Siqua restaurant serves international cuisine and fine wines and seats 60 guests. Free WiFi Internet access is available throughout the hotel. Other amenities include car-rental services, free parking, a 24-hour front desk, baggage storage, concierge services, laundry and dry-cleaning, business services and more.
Most of Siqua Hotel’s guests are executive travellers, and many of them are return visitors. Paolo Tocco says, “Siqua Hotel offers all the business facilities executives may need, but as a small boutique property, we also feature the kind of personalised services and human contact that larger hotels cannot provide.” Alina Tocco adds, “My husband and I built the hotel in 2006 and it is a labour of love. Our guests enjoy Siqua Hotel’s very welcoming atmosphere.”
Introduction to Romania’s rich cultural heritage
Alina and Paolo Tocco continue to create special services for their guests, including concerts in a mini opera hall within the hotel as well as tastings of Romanian and Italian wines. Alina Tocco points out, “We promote Romanian cultural events and we want more people to get to know Romania. This is a beautiful country with very warm people. Romania has excellent food and wine, a rich cultural heritage, unspoiled nature with salt lakes and mineral springs.”
Siqua Hotel is the perfect base for exploring Bucharest, with its ancient, colourful city centre. Paolo Tocco says, “Bucharest was once known as the Little Paris because of its historic buildings, excellent restaurants and fine wines. Visitors come here and are surprised by how beautiful and interesting the city is. Romania and Bucharest deserve to be better known among international travellers, and we are ready here at Siqua Hotel to welcome visitors to Romania.”