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  • Hotel Victoria, Budapest

    On the Buda bank of the Danube, five minutes' walk to the Chain Bridge (an 'excellent and convenient' location), is this newly-renovated B&B hotel. All the four star" ‘generous-sized’


  • Baltazar Budapest, Budapest

    This family-run boutique hotel opened in 2013 and is located within in the walls of Buda Castle at the northern end of the castle district. The hotel has 11 individually-decorated, quirky rooms,


  • Hotel Gellert, Budapest

    A visitor loved this imposing Art Nouveau white palace (1918) of ‘faded charm’. ‘Perfectly positioned’ on the right bank of the Danube, it has ‘slightly echoey’


  • Beatrix Hotel , Budapest

    A pleasant three-star hotel in a trim white villa, in a quiet location, close to city centre. It has long been liked by Guide readers, particularly  for the ‘warm welcome’ from the


  • art'otel Budapest , Budapest

    Six hundred works of art by a minimalist American artist, Donald Sultan, fill this designer hotel, a conversion of four 18th-century baroque houses on the Danube embankment, opposite the Parliament


  • CityHotel Pilvax, Budapest

    Occupying the lower floors of a 1930s-style block in the business district of Pest, this medium-priced hotel (part of the small CityHotel chain) is on a traffic-free street near the main shopping


  • St George Residence, Budapest

    Located in the Buda Castle Quarter, St George Residence is one of the city’s oldest hotels and has hosted many illustrious guests over the years. It is set in a building dating from 1392, and


  • Lanchid 19, Budapest

    Set on the banks of the Danube River, below the Buda Royal Castle, this design hotel has a striking glass facade and rooms with views of the castle and the river; suites have terraces with river views


  • Bohem Art Hotel, Budapest

    This hip art hotel is centrally located in historic downtown Budapest, just 50 metres from the Danube and a few steps from the city's main pedestrian thoroughfare, Vaci Street. Set in a late 17th