Suter Palace in Bucharest
Suter Palace is an architectural masterpiece, built between 1902 and 1906, in neoclassic style with brancovenesc influences by Adolf Suter, a close friend of King Carol I of Romania. This small palace rose with an amazing force in one of the highest natural points of Bucharest, but in the same time in one of the most discreet places.
Suter Palace is a concept of contemporary 5* hospitality, with held in a historic patrimony building, wonderfully combining the past with the present and projecting the future.
The inside of the Palace represents a declaration of atemporal design, which brings together the classicism of the furniture with the daring and provocative contemporary chromatic. For the inside finishes you’ll find walnut wood, gold leafs, crystals, velvet, silk and embroidering – all of these symbols of luxury, rendered to the guests in a modern way.