Ten years of meticulous renovation were needed to restore the golden moldings, marbles, parquet floorings, chandeliers and parquetry, and to realize the necessary works requested by today’s needs for professional rental.

 Luxury and splendor, comfort and functionality are united under the original and traditional style of the great mansions of 19th century.

 The versatility of the facility and the functionality of the spaces allow the organization of any kind of event to be developed individually in one of the areas available or using two or more areas of the facility simultaneously.

Choose from 21 meeting rooms with capacity for 2 to 150 people, supported by state-of-the-art facilities and our professional team.


Once you get to our venue, it’s impossible to overlook the surroundings. Palais Ghica-Victoria is located in the city center so everything to be seen is at walking distance. Once you turn round the corner, you can catch a glimpse of history as in front of you there is Casa Vernescu. Going up the street, we have ‘George Enescu’ National Museum, a building famous for its Rococo architecture, French neo-classic and Art-nouveau. It would be impossible to miss it as it’s safely being guarded by two sculpted lions. Across the street from it, we have Church Saint Vasile cel Mare, which from the outside looks like a monastery. The style is neoclassic and the interior is heavily decorated. Apart from this, you can also find your regular shops and a wide variety of cafes and restaurants where you can taste great coffee or eat out.

If you want to welcome your guest in a breathtaking ambiente, it is the right moment to contact us.


The Ghica Family

The Ghica family is one of the oldest noble families in Romanian history. The Ghica men are renowned for activating in different areas, such as rulers, academics or politicians. The family tree starts with Matei Ghica (1565 – 1620) and carries on with his son, Gheorghe Ghica and his descendants.

About Palais Ghica-Victoria

The palace was built in 1884 by husband and wife, Elena and Constantin Gradisteanu following the careful plans of French architect Jean Berthet. The architecture pursues the eclectic style with Renaissance elements. It was restored between 1895 and 1898, the work being done mostly indoor, namely painted ceilings, paneling, massive interior stairs, stained glass, as well as some of the outdoor; mostly rich exterior wall decorations.

The most recent restoration was done between 1996 and 1997 by Romanian architect Adina Dinescu.



In order to deliver nothing but the best, we did a careful selection and chosen the industry’s finest as to be our partners.

All of this as to offer you full services when it comes to planning your upcoming event.

We will cover the venue, guests, catering, seats and special furniture, agenda and other essentials such as needed tech so that you can rest assure and focus on having a wonderful time.

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