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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 →

Location, location, location. Glamour, glamour, glamour. — Concierge

Wonderful art nouveau hotel in a lavishly restored 110-year-old landmark palace, perfectly located at the foot of the Chain Bridge on the banks of the Danube River. — Andrew Harper

A magnificent restoration of this Budapest landmark has produced an unprecedented level of luxury in the city. — Rough Guide

Landmarked 179-room Art Nouveau masterpiece (gold mosaic towers; 19th-century stained-glass portraits; winter gardens) at the base of the Chain Bridge and a short walk from Vaci Street. — Travel + Leisure

Director Paul Feig lived in the Four Seasons Gresham Palace while he was in Budapest. "It's one of my favorite hotels ever, with fantastic service and a convenient location in District... — Afar Magazine

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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 →

The 414 sumptuously appointed guest rooms are joined by top-tier dining, a ritzy spa, and a restored Grand Ballroom. — Travel + Leisure

Located on the Grand Ring Road; art nouveau hotel with soaring atrium; a popular ballroom means guests in some rooms can hear partying late into night. VII. Erzsébet körút 43-49; tel. 36... — National Geographic

Relive the Austro-Hungarian empire in this truly palatial grand, reopened in 2003 by the Malta-based Libyan hotel group after a massive renovation. — Concierge

The lobby is a joy in itself, setting a luxurious scene even before guests reach their rooms, which are equally stunning. — DK Eyewitness

This impeccable period piece represents the top tier beside the slightly smaller Kempinski — Star Service

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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 →

Classical Bauhaus building in a superb location on the elegant main street. — Michelin Guide

Housed in a fine Bauhaus building up near the Városliget (but with easy access to the Belváros), Mamaison offers fivestar accommodation without the corporate feel. — Rough Guide

At home on the city's most prestigious avenue, this five-star boutique hotel dating to 1937 was constructed in an eye-catching Bauhaus style. — Travel + Leisure

Budapest's best boutique hotel is housed in a Bauhaus-style structure built in 1937 and once used as an orphanage. — Fodor's

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

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Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

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

One of the city's first true luxury hotels, the Kempinski underwent a major lobby renovation in 2013 and looks better than ever. — Frommer's

Flashy five-star establishment on the edge of the Belváros holding more than three hundred rooms. — Rough Guide

Though rather cold and futuristic-looking on the outside, what many believe to be Budapest's best business hotel has exceptionally spacious rooms and suites. — Fodor's

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

With 335 rooms and 31 suites, the Kempinski Hotel Corvinus is the largest in Budapest and is known for its excellent service, high-design public spaces, and cutting-edge list of restaurants. — Travel + Leisure

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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 →

A majestic hotel in the heart of the city. — Afar Magazine

The showstopper here: The New York Café, which takes gold, marble, and frescoes to unprecedented levels. — Condé Nast Traveler

This refurbished Belle Epoque grande dame, once known as the New York Palace and now part of the Italian Boscolo chain, is a pleasing mix of traditional and contemporary. — Fodor's

Wonderfully historic, the five-pearl Boscolo Budapest offers a taste of old world glamour. — Oyster

Best known for the opulent New York Café, which has fresco-covered ceilings, marble columns, and a blinding amount of gold gilt—breakfast is definitely a perk to staying here. — Frommer's

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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 a humdinger of a hotel, with 272 large and beautifully furnished rooms... and a huge atrium lobby. — Lonely Planet

Located just a few blocks from Budapest's massive Great Synagogue in Pest... you'll feel like you're getting a great price on the Hungarian high life. — Concierge

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

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

A stylish hotel on the site of the former Hungária Spa, near the Jewish Quarter – includes a dining discount. — Jetsetter

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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 →

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

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

An elegant home away from home in the center of Budapest. — Jetsetter

Brody House lives up to its reputation as 'the coolest place to stay' in the Hungarian capital for imaginatively decorated rooms and shabby chic interiors. — The Telegraph

Offering retro chic at its hippest, this one-time residence of the prime minister when parliament sat at No 8 (now the Italian Cultural Centre) has been refurbished but not altered... — Lonely Planet

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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 →

The 48-room Lanchid 19 Hotel is a design-conscious upscale property at the base of Buda Castle, a three-minute walk from the Chain Bridge. — Oyster

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

This award-winning design hotel includes such features as an exterior facade of moving panels and suspended glass walkways leading to artfully conceived rooms. — Rough Guide

The 48-room property lights up the Danube River with a luminous glass façade (it’s composed of 150 panels that rotate and change color throughout the day). — Travel + Leisure

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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The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest

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

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

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

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

Guest rooms are beautifully appointed with French classical decor in a navy and beige color scheme, luxurious fabrics, and mahogany furniture. — Frommer's

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

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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 →

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

For an elegant, chic hotel stay, with flavors of old and modern Budapest, it is hard to beat this boutique conversion of the former palace of Hungarian Count Nándor Zichy. — Fodor's

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

This hotel is in the up-and-coming Palace District, a neighborhood full of stunning former residences built at the end of the 19th century for Austro-Hungarian aristocrats. — Frommer's

The four-star Hotel Palazzo Zichy is a consistent favourite with those seeking characterful, refined accommodation at an affordable price. — The Telegraph

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art'otel budapest

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

Boutique hotel that combines eighteenth-century buildings – comprising beautiful, spacious rooms with original doors and high ceilings – with a modern wing overlooking the river. — Rough Guide

Facing the Danube in a relaxed neighborhood in Buda, the art’otel was one of the Budapest’s first truly hip hotels, with traces of featured artist Donald Sultan’s creativity in every corner. — Jetsetter

The Art’otel is a minimalist establishment that would not look out of place in London or New York. — Lonely Planet

A safe option for a business or leisure trip to Budapest. — Oyster

Everything here – from the artwork decorating the walls, to the carpets and chinaware – is the work of American designer Donald Sultan. — DK Eyewitness

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Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge

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

The interior design of this property exhibits contemporary architecture with splashes of dark browns and pinks with modern furniture and abstract floral arrangements. — Gayot

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

Situated next to the Chain Bridge overlooking the Danube with staggering views of the Grand Palace, the primo city-center location of Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge might be its biggest selling point — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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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 →

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

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

The modern and tasteful rooms, proximity to Matthias Church (next door), and great views from Castle Hill will soothe the most delicate of aesthetic sensibilities. — Fodor's

Perched above the Danube on Castle Hill, the Hilton was built carefully in and around a 14th-century church and baroque college. — Lonely Planet

This hotel hogs the juiciest, most heart-thumping spot in the whole of Budapest. — The Telegraph

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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 →

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

Gerlóczy hits the mark with an excellent combination of good value, decor and atmosphere. Set over four floors of an 1890s building on an attractive square, the individually designed and... — Lonely Planet

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

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

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

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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 →

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

Has 402 air-conditioned rooms, a spa, a pool, a fitness center, restaurants, and enchanting Danube views. — Oyster

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

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

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

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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

The historic Hotel Gellert is on the riverfront road at the foot of Gellert Hill, facing the Szabadsag Bridge and central Pest across the river — Star Service

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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 →

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

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

With a location close to Trinity Square, this all-suite, boutique hotel was reconstructed from a medieval corner house built in 1392. ... Suites are ranked according to size. — Gayot

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 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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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

It's easy to get a room with a view at the upscale Budapest Marriot Hotel. — Oyster

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

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

Because of the building's design, all rooms have stunning Danube views, which only get better the higher up you go. — Star Service

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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

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

This hotel with a neoclassical facade has an excellent location on a quiet street just behind the Opera House and all of the cafés, shops, and bars that leafy Andrássy út holds. — Frommer's

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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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