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Dramatically split by the wide, graceful Danube, and beautifully reconnected by a series of elegant bridges, the twin cities of Buda and Pest are still distinctly different. The majority of our recommendations for the best places to stay in Budapest are located in Pest, the bit with the majority of the museums, galleries, headline sights and sites, and where most of the people are. But smaller Buda has a lot to offer in the way of charming hotels too, and this atmospheric part of the city has the castle and Castle Hill, complete with a wonderful funicular, so some travellers will definitely find the best places to stay in Budapest on this side of the famous Chain Bridge.
One of the things that makes Budapest such a favourite in the Hotel Guru office is its architecture, a glorious collection of neoclassical, baroque and art nouveau beauties, with most of it built during Budapest’s ‘golden age’ at the end of the 19th century, which gives it a fin de siècle magic, and just a touch of sadness. Many of the boutique hotels we recommend in Budapest have been converted from these elegant buildings, and we love the hotels that are traditionally elegant throughout, and the ones with the historic façades, and contemporary interiors to surprise.
But Budapest today is lively, coming back into its own, as far as its cuisine goes, and this is a fantastic city for coffee and cafe culture too. And for hot springs. The public transport system is excellent — don’t miss a trip on the charming yellow line along Andrassy to Hero Square.
Best of all for visitors, most hotels in Budapest represent incredibly good value. There are lots of hotels on our list of recommendations that we could call luxurious, and would have the associated price tag, if they were in another city, but here they’re ‘great value’. Really great value.
Where to Stay? Which neighbourhood?
- Budapest’s historic centre, where you’ll find the former Royal Palace, the Matthias Church and the National Gallery, is Castle Hill, a kilometre long UNESCO Heritage Site. It’s ideal if you’re looking for charm and quiet, for cobbled alleyways and atmosphere, and for proximity to the main sights. We think this is the best place to stay in Budapest for families. The Royal Palace, area is where the original castle was built, and the buildings here are particularly grand, while the Old Town, is the bit once inhabited by commoners. It’s all gloriously beautiful architecturally, though. One, particularly charming, way of navigating this part of town is on the Sikló, a funicular railway built in 1870. Castle Hill is also where you’ll find the Fisherman's Bastion, reminiscent of something from a Disney film with its with turrets and pointed towers, this is a lovely spot to visit - and you can also take in stunning views of the city from its hilltop location. Castle Hill is the only area we’re recommending in Buda, which is typically more residential, and less convenient than Pest.
- Crossing into Pest, and District V, or Downtown, is where many of Budapest’s best hotels and restaurants are located. It’s also where you’ll find plenty of this town’s main sights, including the boutique haven, Vörösmarty Square, St Stephen’s Basilica, the Chain Bridge, the Shoes on the Danube Memorial, Liberty Square and the Parliament Building. Inspired by the British Houses of Parliament, the Hungarian Parliament Building is grandiose neo-Gothic structure, set on the banks of the Danube, is utterly stunning inside and out. St Stephen's Basilica is another architectural beauty, a 19th century parish church with a 3,500 foot neo-Renaissance dome. District V is also very walkable, and has good public transport connections, and it’s beautiful, with wide boulevards and elegant grand cafes.
- Terézváros is the next district across, number VI, and has the city’s main road, the Great Boulevard, and UNESCO listed Andrássy Avenue, running through it, between Heroes’ Square and the City Park. So it’s lively, with plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants, and upscale shopping. Head out of the centre of town, and this district can become quite residential too. Terézváros is also where you’ll find the Budapest Zoo & Botanical Gardens.
- District VII is Erzsébetváros, or Elizabeth Town, now a trendy nightspot, but once favoured by craftsmen and artists, and once a Jewish ghetto. So this is where you’ll find the Great Synagogue. Erzsébetváros is also a great place to stay or visit, if you’re interested in this city’s history, as it’s home to the House of Terror, a museum converted from the headquarters of the dreaded ÁVH secret police, and telling the stories of the atrocities committed between WWII and the 1956 Uprising. And it’s bohemian and hip: if you want craft beer, food trucks speakeasies and hipster cafes, this is the part of Budapest for you.
- District VIII, Józsefváros, or Joseph Town, has the National Museum and the peaceful and grand Kerepesi Cemetery. It’s the last of the central Budapest districts to be re-developed, and much of it is still happening now — keep a look out for the pockmark bullet holes dating from both WWII and the 1956 Uprising. There’s a burgeoning cafe and bar scene, and an arts scene too. This is a good choice if you’re looking for the best value places to stay in Budapest.
Wherever you choose as the best place to stay in Budapest for you, there’s a great public transport system of trams, underground and buses, so it’s not hard to get around. Saying that it’s very walkable too.
The Best Places to Stay in Budapest
In Castle Hill
- Simple on the outside, but contemporary chic on the inside, the Buda Castle Fashion Hotel has 25 generously proportioned rooms arranged around an interior courtyard. Originally built in the 15th century, you really wouldn’t know it, aside from some of the elegantly arching ceilings. There’s a bar onsite, and you’re really close to many other bars and restaurants as well as being close to several major attractions.
In District V
- The Corvinus is a large and luxurious hotel on the Pest side of the river, with 349 smart, contemporary rooms and suites. There’s also a huge range of options onsite when it comes to eating and drinking, including Budapest’s Nobu, to choose from, as well as a spa with a Finnish sauna, and a heated indoor pool.
- If you prefer somewhere smaller consider the Aria Hotel, which is also five stars, and in a fantastic central District V location, but has only 42 rooms and suites. The decor is a kind of contemporary neoclassical, with art and music as the themes, but what we really love about this hotel is the rooftop, which has incredible city views, especially of St. Stephen’s Basilica, which is only 100 meters away. We also like the subterranean pool and spa.
The Best Hotels in Terézváros, District VI
- The Hotel Moments occupies an elegant building in a central spot in the heart of historic Budapest. It has 99 rooms and suites, in a range of sizes, but all are cleverly designed so that it feels as if there’s plenty of living space. There’s a complimentary buffet breakfast, which is one of the reasons why we think this is also one of the best value places to stay in Budapest, plus there’s an onsite restaurant and bar too.
The Best Hotels in Józsefváros, District VIII
- Brody House is one of the hippest hotels in Budapest, sort of Budapest’s answer to Soho House, and well loved by creative types. There are regular local music and artists events, a grazing menu at the bar, and meals Thursday to Sunday, and 11 chic, beautifully designed rooms and apartments. As well as local art of the walls, expect parquet floors and well chosen antiques.
For a city break
- For somewhere smaller consider the Casati Hotel, a contemporary, 25 room boutique hotel with four different room themes to choose from: Heaven, Natural, Classic and Cool. Arranged in a beautiful old building with central atrium, which is where breakfast is served, all the rooms have plenty of natural light, and comfortable features. There’s no restaurant, but there is a bar, and you’re offered a complimentary welcome cocktail. Great location close to many of the main sights
- If you want to be based on the Buda side of the river, near the castle then consider the Baltazar Hotel, a retro-styled boutique hotel with just 11 rooms and suites, themed on artists as varied as Keith Haring and Vermeer. All have beautiful floors, large beds and elegant furnishings, plus all the mod. cons., and lit in a sultry way, with lamps and drapes. It’s romantic as well as convenient, really, with a fantastic restaurant serving classic Hungarian street food. It feels trendy too.
- The Hotel Rum is moments from the Central Market, the Gellért Thermal Baths and the Danube, so it ticks some boxes with its location, but what we really like about it is the building itself, an elegant, classical edifice, with industrial chic interiors. There’s a real boutique feel and a super hip fine dining restaurant. Get a room as spacious as you need it to be, they’re all stylish.
- The Corinthia Hotel is an historic grande-dame of a property, oozing luxury and class. Its elegant interiors are a stylish blend of period features complemented by state of the art facilities. There are a couple of superb dining options on site, but the piece de resistance is the stunning Royal Spa, an art-deco masterpiece where you'll find a 15 metre indoor pool, jacuzzi, saunas, steam bath, fitness centre and wide range of ESPA treatments and massages.
- A wonderful dream of an Art Nouveau landmark, the Four Seasons Gresham Palace is also known for having some of the best hotel views in Budapest, allowing you to see the river and the Old City with its elegant architecture. There are 179 rooms and suites, all beautifully decorated, but the suites are something special, with vaulted ceilings, private balconies and numerous unique features. The facilities are excellent, and the location, opposite the river and the Chain Bridge, is convenient for sightseeing too. Don’t miss the millefeuille in the Kavehaz, apparently it’s one of the best in town.
- Smaller, with a smaller price tag too, but in a similarly excellent location, and with an extremely elegant façade, the Prestige Hotel isn’t the sort of place to be considered a second choice. This is a grand palazzo style hotel, with huge chandeliers, and opulent, contemporary decor, in bright colours. Everything is fresh and vibrant, from the sauna and jacuzzi, to the burnt orange velvet in the hotel’s lobby. There are 85 rooms and suites. And the Costes Restaurant has a Michelin star.
Budapest is a great city break choice for families, not too busy, not too big, and the history is really dramatic!
- When planning a family trip we like the Art'Otel, Budapest for family friendly accommodation. It’s right on the water, and has 165 rooms and suites, including family suites, which are probably the best option for families. Contemporary, colourful and fun, yet nice and simple, this is the sort of hotel with an easy appeal, plus it's got a good restaurant serving local delicacies, and a gym and spa.
- We also like Pest-Buda, in Buda, which is a small hotel with plenty of charm. It’s got ten rooms, including several family-friendly configurations, all with exposed wood, industrial-chic furniture and large tasteful bathrooms. There’s also a great Hungarian bistro, which is popular with locals too.
- For a real home-from-home feel we like the Anabelle B&B, which is a smart conversion of a beautiful, traditional building, into a collection of five boutique rooms and suites, and a self-catering penthouse, which is the one we recommend for families. The rooms come in triples and quadruples too, so they’re also worth considering. The decor is smart and simple, and it’s all very comfortable.
For great value
- On the Pest side of the river, in a good spot for sightseeing, the Hotel President makes our list of favourites because of its incredible roof terrace restaurant, which has phenomenal city views. This hotel’s 75 rooms and suites have decor that varies from classic, to kitch-y modern, to quite opulent, and there’s an underground pool, spa and gym, and a garden. They also have hotel bikes you can borrow.
- If you’re hunting for somewhere chic and affordable you might love the Magazine Hotel, which is a 16 room property intentionally decorated in the style of an urban life magazine. They love white, boxy furnishings, witty art and monochrome flooring. 12 of their rooms are rooms, and four are apartments, so this is a great choice for an affordable family stay too. The location is great and while there’s no restaurant, there is a shared kitchen.
- The Hotel Parlament (spelling correct) is a boutique style hotel with modern interiors, think egg-style chairs, bright orange features, and 60s-chic lighting. The façade is much older, though, a white wedding cake of a creation, in a boxy, but beautifully decorated style. All in all this is a cosy place to stay in an excellent location, and with a lavish buffet breakfast.
Prefer an Apartment?
- If you’d prefer to stay in an apartment or private villa we recommend you visit our online partner, booking.com.
- Budapest Airport, or Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport, is the largest airport in Hungary, as well as in Budapest. It’s 16kms outside the centre of town, to the southeast, and it takes about 35 minutes on the bus/airport shuttle to travel in from the airport. It’s certainly possible to arrive by train too, into Kelenfoeld Station in the centre of town.
- If you’re thinking about hiring a car we recommend checking what our online partners, Rentalcars have to offer.
- Budapest has four distinct seasons, with winters that many of us would consider harsh, temperatures have been known to go below -20ºC, and summers that many of us would call hot, with daily maximum averages of 26ºC in July and August. It snows every year, which is lovely if you love seeing a city under snow, it’s regularly quite rainy in November, May and June, and summer gets a bit of rain too, though you can also expect about ten hours of sunshine a day. Summer is the most popular time to visit, but it’s probably not the best time. The Hotel Guru consenus is that the ‘Indian summer’ months of September and October, and the late spring months of April and May are our favourites weather-wise.
Still Not Sure which to book?
- You could refine your search to just the best places to stay in Castle Hill, the best places to stay in Downtown Budapest or the best places to stay in Terézváros for example.
- Alternatively, you could contact one of our friendly Gurus for personalised advice.
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Best Hotels in Budapest
Boutique Hotel Budapest Budapest 74 rooms from AU$98Local exploring - A great launching pad for exploring the city. The hotel organises bike rentals as well as guided tours.Local markets - The hotel sits nicely between two shopping hotspots, the pedestrianised Vaci utca and the Central Market HallGreat walks - One of the best ways to explore Budapest is on foot, as many tourist attractions only allow walking toursSights nearby - Budapests' famous Gellert Thermal Spa is right around the cornerRecommended by - Tablet, Frommers
Brody House Budapest 11 rooms from AU$114City Style - Award winning boutique hotel whose rooms are named after an artist in residence and showcase the individual's work.Hotel Entertainment - The Brody Studios holds film and literary events, dress-up and dance parties, as well as alchemist nights!Restaurant - Breakfast, lunch and grazing menus are available Mon to Fri. Thurs to Sat, meals can be ordered from the chef on request.Lively - Local artists and musicians are showcased in regular eventsRecommended by - Kiwi Collection, I Escape
Hotel Rum Budapest (Királyi Pál u. 4) 38 rooms from AU$126City Style - A design hotel for the modern urban explorer, offering cocktails on the rooftop terrace overlooking Budapest's ancient skyline.Local markets - The Great Market Hall is out the front door, the perfect spot to pick up some local specialities to bring home wth you.Sights nearby - The Gellert Thermal Bath is a popular choice with tourists and within walking distanceCycling - Bikes available for hire at the hotel, a great way to explore the city.Recommended by - I Escape, Tablet, Great Small Hotels
In the heart of the city, this boutique hotel compliments Budapest's ancient architecture with a unique design element. Chic interiors, statement furnishings and great lighting add a touch of glamour. Super hip and stylish with an opulent fine dining restaurant and al fresco dining with a view. See More
Magazine Hotel Budapest (Szent István tér 4) 16 rooms from AU$126City Style - Chic contemporary apartments with interiors inspired by the colorful and exciting world of magazines and fashion.Local exploring - In the city centre, moments away from St. Stephens Basilica close to famous sights, restaurants and popular barsLocal markets - Right next to Vorosmarty Ter and Vaci Utca, the pedestrian shopping areas.Sights nearby - A stones throw away from St. Stephens Basilica and State Opera House.
A chic and sophisticated design hotel inspired by urban life magazines, offering 12 rooms and 4 apartments. Rooms have good views of the Basilica and the busy Square. In a convenient location close by to restaurants and nightlife. Ideal for a party weekend and business or leisure trip. See More
Baltazar Hotel Budapest (Országház utca 31) 11 rooms from AU$145City Style - A tour de force in style and imagination — posh street food, a lively bar and an eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary artFamilies - The Family loft offers 2 rooms both with double beds and a large sitting room — perfect for a chic family city breakClose to nightlife - Located right in the heart of the Gastronomic Quarter of Budapest, with plenty of bars and restaurantsRestaurant - Humming with activity as guests & locals sip on Carpatian wines and feast on an upscale version of Budapest's famed street foodRecommended by - Tablet
Bohem Art hotel Budapest 60 rooms from AU$152Groups - With Triple and Quadruple rooms and a fantastic central location, this is the perfect spot for a group holiday to Budapest.Great walks - Wander along the banks of the Danube for a relaxed sightseeing excursion.Boutique - The hotel displays works by young talented Hungarian artists on its walls, giving the feel of an art gallery to the space.Sights nearby - In the historical downtown area, just 50 metres from both Váci street and the banks of the Danube.
Gerloczy Rooms De Lux Budapest 19 rooms from AU$168Sights nearby - The Great Synagogue is within walking distance, it is the largest in Europe and displays both Romantic and Moorish Architecture.City Style - A hip restaurant, Parisian-boho-inspired decor throughout and the chic rooms offer excellent views of this ancient city.Designer Shopping - If you grow weary of the city's many cultural attractions, the main shopping district is closeby.Other Activities - Just a few minutes walk from Budapest's premium escape room- AROOM.Recommended by - Frommers
Hotel Parlament Budapest (Kálmán Imre u. 19) 65 rooms from AU$171Other Activities - Those looking to inject some culture into their trip should head to the State Opera House or St. Stephen's Basilica.Sights nearby - Just a stone's throw away from the Szabadság Square (or Liberty Square) one of the city's largest public squares.Hotel Entertainment - The hotel's wellness area is small but worth checking out — with a whirlpool tub, relaxation room and sauna.Museums - The nearby Museum of Ethnography cannot be missed, a vibrant cultural space were past and present meet.
12 Revay Budapest (Révay u. 12) 56 rooms from AU$171Local exploring - Superb location with all important sights within walking distance, close to the Chain Bridge connecting you to the other side.Close to nightlife - There are several bars and pubs located just out of the front door, no excuse not to indulge in Budapest's famed nightlife!City Style - This sleek hotel offers modern facilities in rooms, a kitchenette in the apartments, a 24 hr bar and wonderful city views.Museums - The Hungarian National Museum is located close by and well worth checking out for anyone with an interest in history.
A sleek modern hotel with fantastic city views from its terrace. In an unrivalled location offering comfortable, chic and contemporary rooms in the centre of the city. A delicious fresh breakfast is served every morning and the lobby bar is open 24/7. A good base for Budapest. See More
Pest-Buda Budapest (Fortuna u. 3) 10 rooms from AU$171City Style - Luxurious rooms with all modern amenities, oversized walk-in showers — some with freestanding bathtubs.Local exploring - Located in the middle of the Castle district, a few steps away from the Matthias ChurchFoodies - Comes with a popular Hungarian bistro featuring grandma's homestyle kicthenFamilies - Offers a Connected Suite and Courtyard Room that is perfect for families
Built in 1696; renovated into a contemporary hotel with a highly recommended restaurant in the heart of the Castle district. Choice of four types of accommodations suited for leisure or business travellers, couples or families. A comfortable choice to explore the city. Pets are welcome too! See More
Mamaison Andrassy Hotel Budapest 68 rooms from AU$181City Style - A chic boutique hotel housed in an elegant Bauhaus style building, in the UNESCO Heritage site of Andrássy Avenue.Museums - Inject a bit of culture into your trip and head down to the many art museums in the nearby Heroes’ Square.Other Activities - Wash off the days sightseeing at the world-famous Széchenyi Thermal Baths, just 300m down the road.Great walks - Take a stroll down to City Park, just minutes from the hotel, and marvel at the Vajdahhunyad Castle.Recommended by - Fodors, Frommers
A little gem of a hotel located in an exclusive Embassy neighborhood just off Andrássy Avenue. Uniquely designed in Bauhaus style. Sleek contemporary bedrooms with floor to ceiling windows. Art Deco style restaurant with summer terrace and extensive gym and business facilities. An ideal city base. See More
La Prima Fashion Hotel Budapest 80 rooms from AU$184Value chic - Comfortable contemporary rooms, excellent breakfast, central location, modern fitness room all at a very reasonable rate.Designer Shopping - Set on the pedestrian shopping street of Váci Utca, make sure you check out the local stores and boutiques.Close to nightlife - Make the most of your city centre location and check out Budapest's hopping nightlife!Other Activities - Book a Dry Martini Private Boat Tours, to see the sights of the city in style!
Corinthia Hotel, Budapest Budapest 414 rooms from AU$196City Style - For a luxurious city break the Corinthia is ideal. Great location, sumptuous rooms, fabulous spa and excellent restaurants.Local markets - Two of Budapest's traditional market halls are within walking distance- Hunyadi Square Market and Klauzál Market Hall.Other Activities - A sunset boat trip down the Danube is a must for anyone looking to see the city from another perspective!Museums - Visit the Royal Castle Museum which encapsulates Hungary and Budapest's history.
An historic grand dame which oozes luxury and class. Elegant interiors are a stylish blend of original features complemented with state of the art facilities. The Royal Spa is stunning, plus you'll find various dining options and an atmospheric bar. The perfect property for a luxurious city break. See More
Hotel President Budapest 75 rooms from AU$204Local exploring - Just a short walk to the main attractions, or if you are feeling lazy the roofterrace offers panoramic views of the city!Great walks - Vörösmarty Square and Vaci Street are just a few minutes walk away and offer a lovely relaxed pedestrian experience.Sights nearby - St. Stephen's Basilica, Andrássy Avenue and the Hungarian Parliament are all within five minutes walk.Hotel Entertainment - The rooftop terrace bar is a big attraction for tourists and draws a lively crowd on weekends.Recommended by - Tablet
Anabelle B&B Budapest (Garibaldi u. 1) 5 rooms from AU$212Families - Works very well for a family stay — with both triple and quadruple rooms available and a self catering penthouse apartment.Sights nearby - Two of Budapests most famous churches — Matthias Church and St. Stephen's Basilica — are within walking distance.Local exploring - The Kossuth Square Metro Station is out the front door or grab a bike. Next door to many restaurants, bars and cafesMuseums - The B&B is close to the Museum of Ethnography, a must see for anyone with a cultural bone in their body.
An understated B&B with a central location. The rooms offer contemporary design and modern conveniences, and a self-catering apartment with private terrace is available. There are several restaurants and bistros on your doorstep and an excellent breakfast is served in the lounge. See More
Hotel Moments Budapest (Andrássy út 8) 99 rooms from AU$214Sights nearby - Just a few minutes away from St. Stephen's Basilica, home of Hungary’s most sacred treasure — St Stephen’s mummified right handCity Style - A beautiful 19th century building maintaining its traditional style, alongside a quirky contemporary streakTheatre - Next door to the Hungarian State Opera House, a neo-Renaissance building designed by Miklós YblLocal markets - Visit the interesting Gozsdu Court with several restaurants, bars and clubs
Grand hotel, slap bang in the heart of historic Budapest. Beautiful architecture and works of art with contemporary amenities. An on site restaurant and bar. It's 4 star hotel providing a luxurious stay at good price. A complimentary buffet breakfast completes the package. See More
Palazzo Zichy Budapest 80 rooms from AU$227City Style - A palace hotel epitomising the marriage of old and new that is Budapest — sleek modern interiors meet original Rococo details.Local markets - Check out the historic and beautful Central Market Hall, a restored neogothic hall for traders of all types.Hotel Entertainment - After a long day exploring the sights guests can relax and recharge in the hotel sauna and fitness centre.Designer Shopping - A short stroll around the block brings you to downtown Budapest’s premier shopping street, Körut.
Casati Hotel Budapest (Paulay Ede utca 31) 25 rooms from AU$241Sights nearby - Located on the parallel street to Andrássy út, a street recently named a World Heritage Site for its Neo-renaissance mansions.Boutique - Rooms decorated with original artwork, in four styles – Heaven, Natural, Classic and Cool – each evoking a different moodRomantic Break - Adults only, uniquely designed suites and landscaped courtyard covered in ivy — an oasis within the city centre.Other Activities - The cellar houses a small gym as well as a sauna and relaxation room complete with hammocks.
An artsy oasis for adults. This contemporary boutique hotel has rooms decorated in four unique styles, each evoking a different mood – Heaven, Natural, Classic and Cool. Guests are welcomed with a complimentary cocktail and can enjoy a late buffet breakfast in the romantic courtyard atrium. See More
Art'otel, Budapest Budapest 165 rooms from AU$261City Style - The hotel has a joyful tone set by over 600 vibrant artworks by American contemporary artist Donald Sultan.Hotel Entertainment - For guests looking to unwind after a days sightseeing the hotel has a small fitness area and two saunas.Sights nearby - The hotel is within striking distance of Buda Castle, Matthias Church, and Fisherman's BastionMuseums - The Hungarian National Gallery is just a few minutes walk away and well worth checking out.
Prestige Hotel Budapest (Vigyázó Ferenc u. 5) 85 rooms from AU$264City Style - The classical facade gives way to a light & airy glass-topped atrium, with tear drop chandelier and wrought-iron balustrades.Sights nearby - The Szabadság Square, St. Stephen's Basilica and Chain Bridge are all located just out the front door.Foodies - The Michelin Starred Costes Downtown offers haute cuisine in a refreshingly unstuffy settingCycling - The hotel offers a bike rental service, a great way to see the city at your own pace.
Buda Castle Fashion Hotel Budapest 25 rooms from AU$323City Style - A 15th-century merchant’s house offering guests modern faciltities with a nod to the location in the city's medieval quarter.Local exploring - Tucked away on a quiet street in the world Heritage Site Castle District, dotted with ancient walls and historical buildings.Close to nightlife - For those looking to enjoy Budapest's famed nightlife there are plenty of bars and clubs along the Danube River.Sights nearby - Located in the historic medieval quarter and just moments away from the Buda Castle and the Matthias Church
Chic, four star luxury in the historic centre of Buda. A 15th century building beautifully renovated with style and comfort. Exuberant interiors, an on-site bar and a scenic courtyard. The large and elegant rooms come equipped with every mod-con. A characterful spot for exploring the city. See More
Hotel Clark Budapest Budapest (Clark Ádám tér 1) 86 rooms from AU$324Sights nearby - Head to the iconic Széchenyi Chain Bridge nearby, the emblematic Buda Castle and the towers of the stunning Fisherman's BastionOther Activities - Just a few steps away is the Buda Hill Funicular that takes you to the Castle District, providing a beautiful view of BudapestLocal exploring - The hotel's central location is ideal for exploring both the Castle District and the tourist heartland of PestMuseums - Visit the Hungarian National Gallery for a dose of culture and to learn about the city's historyRecommended by - Tablet
A hip hotel in the heart of the city with gourmet dining and a buzzing roof terrace. Expect some original period details but an overall contemporary style with an industrial edge, featuring rust colours and black iron. Quirky rooms have bold colours and statement pieces — a sophisticated choice! See More
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest Budapest 349 rooms from AU$375Romantic Break - Central location, high-end Japanese fusion food, a lively bar, indulgent spa treatments and even an on site flower shopSights nearby - Situated on the pedestrianised area at one side of Erzsébet tér, within walking distance of the main attractionsHotel Entertainment - Friday nights you can expect a DJ and nearly every Saturday a mini concert by the Ferenc Liszt Music AcademyDesigner Shopping - The hotel is on Fashion Street so you would be crazy to not check out the shops!
Aria Hotel, Budapest Budapest 42 rooms from AU$698City Style - A refurbished neoclassical building whose 4 wings represents a different musical genre — jazz, classical, contemporary and operaSights nearby - St. Stephen's Basilica is just 100 metres from the hotel and the parliament building and Széchenyi Chain Bridge are also closeQuirky - The unique aesthetic marries opulence and style with music — violins and ornamental treble clefs hang from light fittings.Hotel Entertainment - The subterranean Harmony Spa is to die for, with a range of treatments avaialble as well as sauna and steam room
Four Seasons Gresham Palace Budapest 179 rooms from AU$1095Romantic Break - Luxurious suites ooze old world romance with vaulted ceilings, private balconies with views of the Old City and palatial beds.Spa breaks - Seven treatment rooms, including a couples' suite, a unisex sauna, separate steam rooms for men and women and a whirlpoolCity Style - Plush Art Nouveau hotel, complete with breathtaking glass domed ceiling, wrought iron gates and peacock motifsLively - With a new 'trendier' restaurant Kollázs Brasserie & Bar, the hotel is attracting a younger and more lively crowd.Recommended by - Tablet, Fodors, Frommers, Kiwi Collection
An Art Nouveau landmark in an unrivalled river setting, with panoramic views of the Danube and the hills of Buda. Beautifully decorated rooms in creams and whites with lots of natural light, some with private balconies, and all the mod cons. Spoiling facilities. Luxury at the heart of the city. See More