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Prepare to party like itís 2012!

This year, as in the past two years, Bucharestís five-star hotels are not throwing the glitzy parties they used to host before the crisis, which once brought in big bucks. Why? By Roxana Cristea

December 2011 - From the Print Edition

The answer is pure mathematics: it is no longer profitable. However, each hotel is trying to attract revelers by hosting themed parties and promotions. The Diplomat Ė Bucharest scours the top five-star hotels in Bucharest to find out whatís happening over the festive season.
In one part of the city there will be a Venetian-style celebration, elsewhere a retro party and in another location a bash that recalls the interwar period. But many of the local five-star hotels have opted to host onl...

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