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Pura Vida Hub

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Pura Vida Hub & Tea House Bucharest is the only hub located in the Old Town of Bucharest that is also focused on co-living. It offers usage of co-working space with an amazing view over the pedestrian area. The hub is open 24/7 for freelancers and activities, courses and events right in the middle of the Old Town, on the corner of the most important pedestrian streets: Smârdan and Lipscani. Pura Vida Hub Bucharest is also the first co-living hub in Romania. The members can rent a private room or a bed in a shared dorm just upstairs from the working space, in Little Bucharest Old Town Hostel or Pura Vida Sky Hostel, on Smârdan Street.

Pura Vida Hub & Tea House Bucharest is a place of sharing, open, even in its architecture. With a big shared working space, a tea house and a lots of sleeping dorms, the working area is alternated harmoniously with the relax area. The building also has a kitchen area for guests and panoramic balconies with a beautiful view on the Bucharest Old Town, where you can work, relax and socialize.
From £300/month No Minimum Stay


All-inclusive Bill
Co-working Space
Community Events
Dining Area
High-Speed WiFi
Instant Book
Laundry Facilities
Meeting Room
Outdoor Space
Room Cleaning
Secured Door Entry


From £300/month

Dorms for 6

Perfect for social travelers and groups. You’ll be sure to make friends for life or share the experience with your loved ones. Price per bed.

From £324/month

Dorms for 4

For those who like a little privacy but come in numbers, we recommend a dorm with 4 beds. Perfect for friends and families. Price per bed.

From £940/month

Two Person Private Apartment

Private apartment for two with ensuite bathroom


Old Center, Bucharest, Romania

A part of the city's historical heart was not demolished by Nicolae Ceauşescu. The area (stretching approximatively between the Dâmboviţa river to the south, Calea Victoriei to the west, Calea Moşilor to the east and Regina Elisabeta boulevard to the north) today contains an assortment of middle 19th century buildings, ruins of the Wallachian princes' medieval court, churches, bank headquarters, a few hotels, clubs, restaurants and shops. Narrow cobblestoned streets retain the names of the ancient guilds that resided on them. The area was mostly renovated and is now a place of gathering for the young generation of the city.

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