ECMM 2017 takes place in the heart of Bucharest. Accomodation can be easily booked in a broad range of hotels located within walking distance from the Conference.
Using the forms below, you can book accomodation in one of the partner hotels, at preferential rates.
All rates quoted are per room, per night, including VAT, breakfast and city tax.
Please note that there are a limited number of rooms reserved at those rated for the event.
Any requests received after July 1st, 2017 will be confirmed upon hotel’s availability at the best rate of the day.
We can also recommend one of the following hotels:
Athenee Palace Hotel ★★★★★
Radisson Blu Hotel ★★★★★
Golden Tulip Victoria Bucharest ★★★★
Scala Boutique Hotel ★★★★
Hotel Elisabeta Bucharest ★★★★
Ramada Bucharest Majestic ★★★★
Hotel Capitol ★★★
Rembrandt Hotel ★★★
Tempo Hotel ★★★
Bucharest was first mentioned in documents in 1459. It became the capital of Romania in 1862 and is the centre of Romanian media, culture, and art.
Its architecture is a mix of historical (neo-classical), interbellum (Bauhaus and art deco), communist-era and modern. In the period between the two World Wars, the city's elegant architecture and the sophistication of its elite earned Bucharest the nickname of "Little Paris" (Micul Paris). Although buildings and districts in the historic city centre were heavily damaged or destroyed by war, earthquakes, and above all the comunist program of systematization, many survived. In recent years, the city has been experiencing an economic and cultural boom.
Located in the southeast of the country, less than 60 km north of the Danube River and the Bulgarian border, Bucharest is the largest city of Romania and the sixth-largest city in the European Union by population within city limits, after London, Berlin, Madrid, Rome, and Paris.
For further information click here: Bucharest Tourism.
The conference will be held at the Novotel Bucharest City Centre Hotel, Calea Victoriei 37B - 010061 BUCHAREST, Romania.
Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport is located 16,5 km distance from Bucharest down-town. Bucharest Henri Coanda International Airport is connected to the city centre by the 783 Express line which runs day and night. At night, the bus leaves every 40 minutes. The price for a two-ticket card is around 1,5 €.
You can also take a taxi. The fare is around 8-10 €. Taxis stop just in front of the arrivals terminal, but you need to order a taxi in advance, from inside the airport.
Citizens of the European Union only need a valid national identity document or passport. If you are from any other country find out about visa requirements before your travel. You can find information about visa requirements at the following link:
If you need more information please contact us.
Entering Romania: Visitors from other European Union member countries may enter Romania using either a passport or their national identity document. Visitors from other countries must have a valid passport and a visa if required. Inquiries regarding visas can be directed to Romanian diplomatic representatives abroad.
Language: Romanian is the main languages spoken in Bucharest. English, and to a lesser extent French and German, are also fairly widely spoken.
Health Regulation: No international immunization is needed when entering Romania. However, be sure to familiarize yourself with the rules and regulations of all countries through which you may have to pass on your way to Romania.
Taxis: Taxis in Bucharest may be ordered by phone or mobile applications, picked up at authorized taxi stands or flagged down in the street. Always check that the meter is running. The normal rate is around 0.30 €/ km. Taxis must be paid in cash. Uber is also frequently used in Bucharest.
Public Transport and Car Rental: Bucharest has a big public transport network bus, tram and metro. The ticket prices vary for metro or bus, but the price is around 0.50 €/ ticket. Taxis are abundant and reasonably priced, but the drivers are not always polite or friendly. Free parking is limited in the city center and car parks are just a few, so car rental is only really recommended for excursions outside the city.
VAT: There is a variable value added tax (VAT) of 9% (for food) to 20% applied to most items and services, but most prices you see will include it. When it is not included, this should be clearly indicated.
Credit Cards, Currency and Exchange: All major international credit cards are accepted. Foreign currency and travelers checks can be exchanged at banks and foreign exchange offices. Please check the official exchange rate here. Cash-point machines accepting major international credit cards and charge cards are available at most banks. The Romanian currency is the RON.
Duty Free: There are no restrictions on visitors entering Romania with goods bought in another European Union member country, as long as they are for their own use and not to sell.
Tipping: In restaurants, hotels, taxis, hairdressers and so on, a gratuity is not included in the price. Although optional, tips are readily accepted and a general guideline is between 5% and 10% of the bill, depending on the quality of the service.
Smoking: Smoking is banned in all enclosed public spaces throughout Romania including conference venues, shops, restaurants, pubs and hotel bedrooms.
Climate: Bucharest enjoys a continental climate with warm and sunny summers, severe winters and mild and moderate springs and autumns. During the months of July and August Bucharest can be quite hot during the day, with temperatures of 25 to 30 degrees Celsius (77-86 degrees Fahrenheit), but is very pleasant in the evening. Although average precipitation and humidity during summer are low, occasional heavy storms occur.
Emergency services: Dial 112 for police, fire and ambulance.
Liability and Insurance: The Conference organizers cannot accept liability for personal injuries, loss or damage to property belonging to Conference participants (or their accompanying persons), either during or as a result of the Conference. Please check the validity of your own insurance.