Set in the heart of Budapest, on the bank of the Danube, the Sofitel Budapest offers fine views of the Chain Bridge and the Royal Castle.
This is the only Sofitel in Hungary. Rooms on floors one to seven have combined bath/showers, while those on the eighth-floor executive level have separate showers and bathtubs plus access to the executive lounge. Junior suites on several floors have kitchenettes and a combined living and bedroom area.
The fitness centre has a large indoor pool, exercise room, massage area, and sauna. The hotel provides a total of 350 rooms, including 52 suites and 2 presidential suites.
Boasting a prime location, the Marriott Hotel offers stylish accommodation in the heart of the city with stunning views of the Danube from all of its 364 rooms.
The recent refurbishment of the hotel covered all guest areas, including the lobby, restaurant, banquet and meeting rooms, the health club, as well as the facade.
Set over ten floors, the hotel provides a total of 342 rooms including 22 suites. Further facilities include a business centre and a fitness centre.
Situated within a magnificently restored protected monument, the Le Méridien provides 5 star luxury in classical French style.
Centrally located on Deák tér, it was originally designed in 1913 for the Italian Adria Insurance Company and the building was completed in 1918. After World War II, the Budapest Police made this their home until 1997. The original structure is a protected monument, thus it still has its austere exterior. The structure was beautifully renovated and reopened at the end of 2000. Elegant architectural details are evident in the lobby as well as the hallways, which are surrounded by wrought-iron railings. These overlook the stained-glass dome topping the breakfast area below.
The hotel features 218 rooms and suites combining elegance, comfort and state-of-the-art amenities. Guest rooms are beautifully appointed with French classical decor in a navy and beige colour scheme, luxurious fabrics, and mahogany furniture. The suites are sumptuously grand, some with artificial fireplaces, kitchenettes, and dining areas.
The Kempinski offers a combination of luxury, efficient service and excellent facilities.
This hotel, a symbol of modern Budapest with its striking modern architecture, is situated in the centre of the financial and shopping district a short walk from the Danube.
The C-shape building was designed by Hungarian architect József Finta and opened as a hotel in 1992 with 335 rooms, 31 suites, restaurants, bar, Spa and meeting facilities.
Experience 180-degree panoramic views over Chain Bridge, the Danube and the former Royal Palace from the comfort of the InterContinental.
Just steps away from the Danube with fine views of the Royal Castle, Chain Bridge and The Fishermen’s Bastion, the hotel is situated in the heart of the city and only minutes away from the world-class shopping district, Central Market Hall and the Gellrt Baths.
Facilities include a luxurious spa providing wellness treatments inspired by the Hungarian tradition and its great heritage of thermal baths. Business facilities include 12 meeting rooms located on the first floor catering for meetings and conferences, typically from 10 to 850 people.
Set over nine floors, the Intercontinental Hotel Budapest provides 402 beautifully appointed guest rooms, including 18 river view suites and 194 superior rooms with a Danube view.
An Art Noveau landmark on Szechenyi Square, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest gracefully combines vintage architecture and design with modern services and amenities.
Constructed in 1906 by the Gresham Life Assurance Company, Gresham Palace was conceived as a luxurious apartment residence. Hungary’s most talented artisans crafted what is considered one of the world’s finest expressions of Art Nouveau / Secessionist architecture. Today their creativity has been breathtakingly restored – from stained-glass windows to ceramic-tile mosaics.
The hotel totals 179 generously proportioned guest rooms, including 17 suites with vaulted ceilings and private step-out balconies, many offering views over intimate interior courtyards, the Old City or the sparkling Danube. Facilities include a 24 hour business centre, spa and a gym with 12-metre indoor infinity pool.
An impressive Budapest landmark with imposing neo-classical façade and soaring glass atrium. The Corinthia is one of the city’s most impressive luxury hotels.
Originally built in 1896 by architect Rezso Ray, this hotel reopened in its current grandeur fashion in 2003. There is a staircase to the baroque grand ballroom, where balls and conferences are held. Paintings of famous Hungarians hang on the walls. The Secessionist splendour of the rest of the hotel continues throughout. The guest rooms come in two categories, superior and executive. All are beautifully appointed. The bathrooms are done in marble tiles with separate showers and tubs. Executive rooms give access to the exclusive business lounge and breakfast area.
Today the hotel provides 414 rooms including 98 suites, 2 Ambassador suites and a presidential suite, all decorated in keeping with the French elegance and general impression of the hotel.
One of Budapest’s finest hotels, the Boscolo is a blend of 5 star luxury and contemporary Italian design. A sight in itself, it is one of the most imposing buildings in the centre of the city.
The New York Palace Boscolo Hotel opened in 2006 as a beautifully renovated luxury hotel providing a good alternative for those travelers who wish to stay in an opulent five-star environment with a strong Italian touch in a relatively central location. Whilst there is no river-view of the Royal Palace or the Chain Bridge, the hotel itself is a fascinating view.
Architect Alajos Hauszmann was assigned by The New York Life Insurance Company to plan the company’s offices in Budapest. Hauszmann, with Flóris Korb and Kálmán Giergl, planned a four storey eclectic palace, with a café on its ground floor. The building and the café opened on October 23, 1894. The statues and other ornaments on the front side of the building, as well as the ground floor café’s 16 imposing devilish fauns, each one beside one of the café’s 16 windows, are the works of Károly Senyey.
Today the hotel provides 185 rooms, including 44 Superior rooms, 23 Junior Suites, 4 Executive Suites and 2 five Star Presidential Suites all decorated in an eclectic and cosmopolitan style, which brings together splendid period furnishing with the details of contemporary design. The spa includes massage treatment rooms, a sauna and a Turkish bath, as well as an indoor pool and fitness facility.