Simon Smith | Manager, Operations and Destination Engagement | 31 May 2019

Taxa Hotelieră / Taxa Specială

The tourist tax is either known as a hotel tax (taxa hotelieră) or special tax (taxa specială) and whether a tax is implemented is decided by local governments (municipalities).

A percentage of the cost of the room is usual, with the revenue invested in tourism promotion.

Below is only a single destination and other destinations may levy a tax. Further information can be found by clicking on the title of the destination.

While best efforts have been made to verify the accuracy of the information on 31 May 2019, the information displayed should be used as guidance only.

 Hotel Rates
(no maximum nights)
Net Cost of Room
(including breakfast, excluding 5% VAT)
Some Exemptions
Bucharest
Regulation (section 5)
 1% Children under 18,
Disabled persons,
Students,
Pensioners

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