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Ploieşti, Romania
26 May — 27 May2
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Sky Blue Hotel & Spa
9.4 Excellent
Str. Principala, Nr.1 Paulestii Noi, Ploieşti, Romania
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5.7 km from city centre, Ploieşti 
ExcellentBased on 341 reviews
9.4

Boasting a Jacuzzi, a sauna and an outdoor pool, Sky Blue Hotel & Spa is located in Ploiesti and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features valet parking, a bowling alley and a playground.

Class Residence
6.7 Good
Maramures 6 Prahova, Ploieşti, Romania
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1.5 km from city centre, Ploieşti 
GoodBased on 118 reviews
6.7

Hotel Class Ploiesti provides a comfortable setting while in Ploiesti. It also features meeting rooms, a free shuttle service and an outdoor pool.

Prahova Plaza Hotel
8.7 Excellent
C D Gherea No 11, Ploieşti, Romania
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1.3 km from city centre, Ploieşti 
ExcellentBased on 413 reviews
8.7

Featuring an indoor pool and a limousine service, Hotel Prahova Plaza is a luxurious base in Ploiesti. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Ploieşti:S$ 91/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 32/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
S$ 49 - S$ 164
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S$ 45 - S$ 115
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Class Residence
6.7 Good
Maramures 6 Prahova, Ploieşti, Romania
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1.5 km from city centre,  

Hotel Class Ploiesti provides a comfortable setting while in Ploiesti. It also features meeting rooms, a free shuttle service and an outdoor pool.

S$ 49
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Prahova Plaza Hotel
8.7 Excellent
C D Gherea No 11, Ploieşti, Romania
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1.3 km from city centre,  

Featuring an indoor pool and a limousine service, Hotel Prahova Plaza is a luxurious base in Ploiesti. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

S$ 113
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Sky Blue Hotel & Spa
9.4 Excellent
Str. Principala, Nr.1 Paulestii Noi, Ploieşti, Romania
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5.7 km from city centre,  

Boasting a Jacuzzi, a sauna and an outdoor pool, Sky Blue Hotel & Spa is located in Ploiesti and provides comfortable accommodation. It also features valet parking, a bowling alley and a playground.

S$ 162
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Hotel Forum

215 Str. Gheorghe Doja, Ploieşti, Romania

8.6 Excellent
S$ 58

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Hotel Tiara

Tache Ionescu 6, Ploieşti, Romania

8.2 Excellent
S$ 46

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Vila Romeo And Juliet

Strada Constantei 7, Ploieşti, Romania

8.9 Excellent
S$ 45

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Sky Blue Hotel & Spa
#1 most popular

Sky Blue Hotel & Spa

Str. Principala, Nr.1 Paulestii Noi, Ploieşti, Romania

9.4 Excellent
S$ 162

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Prahova Plaza Hotel
#2 most popular

Prahova Plaza Hotel

C D Gherea No 11, Ploieşti, Romania

8.7 Excellent
S$ 113

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About Ploieşti

Located on the route that links Bucharest with Brașov, Ploiești is an important transportation hub in Romania’s historic Muntenia region. For centuries, it has linked the capital with Transylvania and Moldavia, while it’s also home to fine museums that explore the region’s natural, anthropological and artistic heritage.

Things to do

Take the time to explore the galleries of the Prahova County Museum of Natural Sciences, which houses exhibits dedicated to ecology, ethnography and Ploiești’s industrial past. Also not to miss is the County Museum of History and Archaeology, where you’ll find locally discovered artefacts from prehistoric times to the modern day.

A short walk south is the Clock Museum Nicolae Simache, which occupies a late-19th-century former magistrate’s residence. Its impressive collection of timepieces includes vintage watches, sundials and beautiful old grandfather clocks, as well as astronomical clocks dating back to the 16th century. Keep an eye out for the pendulum clock created at the Parisian Brulfer company in the 18th century.

Romanian artwork from the 19th and 20th centuries are on display at the Ion Ionescu-Quintus Prahova County Art Museum, which is named after an art collector who helped to establish the museum in 1931. It occupies a heritage-listed building that dates back to 1885 and was formerly home to the banker and politician Ghiță Ionescu. In addition to paintings by Sava Henția, Mișu Popp and Ion Andreescu, the collection includes still life works by Ștefan Luchian.

Getting around

Ploiești is around an hour’s drive from the centre of Bucharest and 35 minutes from Henri Coandă International Airport, which is the largest airport in Romania. Trains connect to destinations across the country from the Ploiești Vest and Ploiești Sud railway stations and buses travel throughout the city.

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Located on the route that links Bucharest with Brașov, Ploiești is an important transportation hub in Romania’s historic Muntenia region. For centuries, it has linked the capital with Transylvania and Moldavia, while it’s also home to fine museums that explore the region’s natural, anthropological and artistic heritage.

Things to do in Ploieşti

Take the time to explore the galleries of the Prahova County Museum of Natural Sciences, which houses exhibits dedicated to ecology, ethnography and Ploiești’s industrial past. Also not to miss is the County Museum of History and Archaeology, where you’ll find locally discovered artefacts from prehistoric times to the modern day.

A short walk south is the Clock Museum Nicolae Simache, which occupies a late-19th-century former magistrate’s residence. Its impressive collection of timepieces includes vintage watches, sundials and beautiful old grandfather clocks, as well as astronomical clocks dating back to the 16th century. Keep an eye out for the pendulum clock created at the Parisian Brulfer company in the 18th century.

Romanian artwork from the 19th and 20th centuries are on display at the Ion Ionescu-Quintus Prahova County Art Museum, which is named after an art collector who helped to establish the museum in 1931. It occupies a heritage-listed building that dates back to 1885 and was formerly home to the banker and politician Ghiță Ionescu. In addition to paintings by Sava Henția, Mișu Popp and Ion Andreescu, the collection includes still life works by Ștefan Luchian.

Getting around Ploieşti

Ploiești is around an hour’s drive from the centre of Bucharest and 35 minutes from Henri Coandă International Airport, which is the largest airport in Romania. Trains connect to destinations across the country from the Ploiești Vest and Ploiești Sud railway stations and buses travel throughout the city.

  • What are the best hotels in Ploieşti?

    One of the most popular hotels in Ploieşti is Central Hotel, which has been reviewed by 622 users and currently has a rating of 8.7/10. Other top-rated locations include Pensiunea Toma and Complex Europa L.G, which have received 9.1/10 and 7.6/10 ratings from our users, respectively.