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Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace

District V 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

After decades of neglect this magnificent building was restored and is now one of the finest in Central Europe. — DK Eyewitness

Once home to an insurance company, it’s "a must if you stay in Budapest." — Condé Nast Traveler

This magnificent 179-room hotel was created out of the long-derelict art nouveau Gresham Palace (1906) and a lot of blood, sweat and tears. — Lonely Planet

Luxurious bedrooms and high quality service. — Michelin Guide

Dramatic views of the Danube and Buda Castle, visible through floor-to-ceiling windows. Some of the hotel's 19 suites feature kitchens. — Oyster

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Corinthia Hotel Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set on the Grand Boulevard at the pulsing heart of the Hungarian capital, Corinthia Hotel Budapest blends the old and the new flawlessly — Forbes Travel Guide

"Truly grand in all aspects," with "a very courteous staff," this property is in "an excellent and convenient location" that’s within walking distance of Andrássy Avenue and the opera house. — Condé Nast Traveler

One of the grand dames of Budapest... It exudes opulence the minute you walk in. — Frommer's

Corinthia Hotel Budapest screams opulence. It’s a luxury chain hotel with 440 beautiful guest rooms, including one of the country’s biggest suites. — Oyster

Historic grande dame in downtown Budapest with a chandelier-studded ballroom and an Art Deco–style spa. — Jetsetter

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Mamaison Hotel Andrassy Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegance and charm meet in this hotel on Andrássy Avenue, Budapest’s grandest boulevard. The rooms are tasteful with a chic French style, and the City Park is a short walk away. — DK Eyewitness

Set along Budapest’s tree-lined Andrassy Boulevard, the Mamaison Andrassy Budapest is a smart base for exploring the city. — Jetsetter

An intimate boutique hotel on Andrássy út, it's just a stone’s throw from City Park. — The Telegraph

This hotel fills a four-story 1930s building done in a distinctively Hungarian Bahaus style, albeit with a few up-to-date contemporary fashions thrown in for good measure. — Star Service

Luxurious boutique hotel... the chic La Perle Noire Restaurant and Lounge serves a selection of traditional Hungarian and gourmet French dishes. — Oyster

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from $109

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

District V 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This exclusive hotel – all glass and class – often welcomes heads of state and other notable personalities among its guests. — DK Eyewitness

Essentially for business travellers on hefty expense accounts, the Kempinski offers European service, American efficiency, Hungarian charm and fusion Japanese food at the all-star Nobu. — Lonely Planet

Excellent restaurants and a high-end spa are highlights at this downtown hotel.  — Gayot

Overlooking Pest's most pleasant square, Erzsébet tér, the Corvinus is a significant stone in the Kempinski crown. — Concierge

 The luxurious Kempinski is a modern oasis of food, art and design. — Oyster

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from $193

Boscolo Budapest, Autograph Collection

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Formerly called the New York Palace. — Travel + Leisure

A bastion of old-world luxury, the Boscolo New York Palace hotel is housed in a landmark building. — Concierge

Inspired by the city’s passion for art, culture and history, the Boscolo radiates with artistic charm — from the lobby’s expansive glass ceiling to the bronze sculptures and wrought-iron entrance. — Forbes Travel Guide

The Italian Boscolo hotel has done well with this local landmark on Budapest's Grand Ring, and a recent expansion increased the hotel’s room count from 112 to 185. The hotel has joined... — Star Service

This is a magnificent hotel. Built in 1894, its coffee house played a significant role in Hungarian literary life. — DK Eyewitness

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Continental Hotel Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s great to see the once beautiful but decayed exterior of the old Hungária Fürdő resplendent again – as part of a spa and business hotel. — DK Eyewitness

It offers great amenities for business travelers as well as for tourists, and the only major drawback is that the lobby area and breakfast room can feel quite crowded when the hotel is busy. — Frommer's

Arguably the city’s classiest four-star hotel, with top-quality service and facilities. — The Telegraph

With contemporary furnishings and... pools, a rooftop spa, and a business center -- the hotel caters to both business travelers and those looking to relax. — Oyster

This historic hotel tastefully incorporates modern style and conveniences in a terrific downtown location. — Gayot

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Brody House

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This boutique hotel/guest house is geared towards creatives. — Afar Magazine

More than just a stylish boutique hotel in the up-and-coming Palace District, Brody House is a very special hub of creativity. — Frommer's

With airy, light-filled rooms that double as mini art galleries, Budapest’s Brody House hotel is a feast for the senses. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This fine eighteenth-century building is where the Hungarian Prime Minister used to live when Parliament was located next door in what is now the Italian Cultural Centre. — Rough Guide

Brody House is a hip-as-you-like guesthouse, where each of the rooms is named after the local artist whose work adorns the walls; it also offers a few apartments. — Fodor's

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Lanchid 19 Hotel

District I & District XII 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located just a few steps from its namesake, the Chain Bridge, and close to the funicular up to the Castle District, this four-star boutique hotel nestles in a plum position. — Insight Guides

Stylish hotel overlooking Danube and castle; pay more for a front bedroom to ensure an impressive view. — Michelin Guide

It has a wonderful location, just below the Buda Castle District, with the center of Pest an easy walk across the Chain Bridge. — Frommer's

Named after Budapest'€™s famed Landshid "The Chain Bridge", this recent property is designed in an innovative modern style and is a member of the Design hotel chain. — Gayot

Built on the banks of the Danube adjacent to the Chain Bridge, the 48-room Lanchid 19 breaks new ground with its striking modern design. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $127

The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest

District V 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s magnificently furnished throughout, with a pronounced French influence manifest in grand sofas, big chests and wall-length mirrors, and beautifully tiled marble bathrooms. — Rough Guide

With excellent public transportation and top-notch pedestrian connections, this hotel... certainly makes a great base. — Concierge

Opened in 2016. Formerly The Elizabeth Park Hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

This centrally located luxury hotel is set in a 19th century building... the hotel’s restaurant is renowned for its award-winning French food. — Oyster

An imposing facade hides a classical Hungarian interior with cornicing and rug-covered wooden floors. — Michelin Guide

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from $386

Hotel Palazzo Zichy

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Has a small fitness center with a sauna and an impressive Internet room with six computers. Guest rooms are sleek and serene... plus, stunning batherooms. — Oyster

The 80 rooms and suites are fitted with complimentary high-speed Internet and flat-screen TVs in all guest rooms. — Gayot

A colorful cornerstone in the gentrification of this former ghetto that is now one of Budapest's hippest habitats, lined with contemporary art galleries, open-air bars and restaurants. — Star Service

Great design, great prices, and the chance to spot old-world city life from your balcony or window. — Concierge

The ‘palace’ is now a fabulous hotel looking out onto a lovely quiet square. — Lonely Planet

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from $119

art'otel budapest

District I & District XII 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Travelers bored with bland, business-hotel decor may get more excited by this mod lodging's snazzy design. — Fodor's

For a charming, artsy Hungarian stay, art'otel budapest is perfect for both leisure and business travelers. — Gayot

The distinguishing concept of this chain is that each property spotlights the work of one particular artist, thus you are staying in a gallery of modern art. — Frommer's

The Art’otel Budapest is part of a small, aesthetically minded chain that is considered the pioneer in the artists-designing-hotels trend. — Travel + Leisure

This is a steadfast stop for midrange business and leisure travelers in search of a colorful modern hotel in a convenient location. — Star Service

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from $101

Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge

District V 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 10-story atrium... is impressive albeit not at all representative of the city it's in. — Fodor's

This is the only Sofitel in Hungary... rooms have been decorated with soft beige-on-beige designs and the beds have luxuriously huge pillows. — Frommer's

Located close to the Danube, most of the Atrium’s rooms have terrific views of the Castle District and Pest. — DK Eyewitness

Modern hotel with a vast atrium, a stylish lobby-cum-lounge and a pretty terrace. — Michelin Guide

This hotel has a fresh modern appearance and top-notch service that puts it at the top of the second tier, just below the Four Seasons and Kempinski. This place outpaces the Marriott. — Star Service

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Hilton Budapest

District I & District XII 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This mid-range Hilton property, situated inside a renovated 13th-century Dominican church in the Castle District, is very well situated for tourist activities. — Oyster

Next to the Matthias Church (Matyas templom), this hotel offers prime views and exceptionally fresh surroundings, but it has fewer facilities than the Marriott and the... — Star Service

Set amidst the ancient castle district of Budapest on the Buda bank, this hotel resides next to the medieval highlights of Fisherman’s Bastion and the Matthias Church. — Gayot

A UNESCO World Heritage Site with a Baroque facade, this former Dominican church in the Royal Castle District looks onto the Danube and is close to medieval attractions such as Matthias Church. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Hilton one of the most luxurious hotels in Budapest, is located in a remarkable old-new building in a great location. — DK Eyewitness

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from $186

Gerloczy Rooms de Lux

District V 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It oozes a character you’ll find nowhere else in the city. — The Telegraph

Above the café of the same name, the fifteen elegant Gerlóczy rooms all lead off a beautiful wrought-iron spiral staircase. — Rough Guide

The property's 19 individually decorated rooms sit in the center of Pest on a quiet plaza. — Oyster

A corkscrew staircase rises to a stained glass ceiling and leads to 19 rooms, some of which have clawfoot tubs. The adjoining café, where guidebook writer András Török can frequently... — Afar Magazine

This small hotel is perfect for those who prefer to stay away from big hotels and chains. — Frommer's

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from $111

InterContinental Budapest

District V 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Centrally located" on the site of the former Portuguese embassy, the hotel overlooks the Chain Bridge and has "wonderful Danube views". — Condé Nast Traveler

Its days as the socialist-era Fórum Hotel now firmly consigned to the past, the InterContinental appeals to the modern business traveler. — Fodor's

Classic five-star property on the banks of the Danube with an indoor pool and an alfresco restaurant. — Jetsetter

A modern, open, and airy take on Biedermeier style that makes this hotel the top property in the capital city. Certainly the prime location doesn’t hurt. — Travel + Leisure

It is a popular meeting spot for local businesspeople, and the staff speaks multiple languages, which suits the international clientele well. — Star Service

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from $180

Danubius Hotel Gellert

District XI 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rooms are spacious and come in all shapes and sizes (and prices). — Fodor's

Located at the foot of Gellert Hill on the Buda side, this posh hotel situated on the right side of Danube riverbank has seen many luminaries of the world. — Gayot

Grand, historic, and full of character. — Oyster

Buda’s grande dame is a 234-room four-star hotel with loads of character. — Lonely Planet

Situated at the foot of Gellért Hill near the Liberty Bridge, this exuberantly designed hotel and bathing complex is the epitome of late Secessionist style. — Insight Guides

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from $66

St. George Residence

District I & District XII 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Variously a medieval inn, art school and law court, this fabulous building has been tastefully restored to become one of the city’s most characterful hotels. — Rough Guide

This somewhat over-the-top boutique hotel is all period grandeur. — Lonely Planet

The setting is cheery and bright with well-lit hallways and a manicured interior courtyard. This property can feel like an intimate museum. — Oyster

The Szent Gyorgy Fogado, as it is known in Hungarian, is located in the Buda Castle district in a 14th-century building that originally functioned as a hotel — Star Service

The immaculately maintained St George Residence occupies an 18th-century building with high ceilings and wide corridors, and offers spacious suites with kitchenettes — The Telegraph

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from $146

Budapest Marriott Hotel

District V 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Conceived by Budapest designers, the 38 rooms at this whimsical design hotel fall into four categories, each named after a different rum, the Black Rums being the largest. — Lonely Planet

The rooms are of a high standard and the staff provide an exemplary level of service. — DK Eyewitness

North American–style hospitality on the Pest side of the Danube begins with a buffet of pastries served daily in the lobby. — Fodor's

Targeting the business traveler, this hotel provides 364 guest rooms with high-speed Internet, flat-screen TVs, and 24-hour room service. — Gayot

Affordable, unadorned guest rooms with Danube views. — Travel + Leisure

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from $190

K+K Hotel Opera

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This upbeat Austrian-owned place just behind the Hungarian State Opera House has 206 rooms spread over seven floors. — Lonely Planet

This is a smart business hotel with a formidable, trained staff, an epicenter location near the main opera house and enough charm to please individuals, couples and families here to see... — Star Service

Opulent, and very expensive, four-star hotel that really trades on its location right by the Opera House. — Rough Guide

Behind a splendid façade it offers guests comfortable accommodation in modern, clean and incredibly spacious rooms. — DK Eyewitness

Friendly hotel, handily situated next door to the Opera House and near the smart shops of Andrassy utca. — Michelin Guide

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from $115

Baltazar Budapest

District I / Buda 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

When it opened in 2013, this boutique hotel brought a welcome shot of style to the Castle District; it's a good option for design lovers who like to avoid the chains. — Frommer's

This family-run boutique hotel at the northern end of the Castle District has 11 colourful rooms decorated with vintage furniture. — Lonely Planet

The hotel has a colour, character and attention to design detail that makes it very special. — The Telegraph

This 11-room boutique hotel, located within the walls of Buda Castle on the Buda side of the Danube, is one of the city's best upscale options. — Oyster

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