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District V
18 reviews
Directly in front of the Chain Bridge, which connects bustling big city Pest with the historic riches of Buda across the Danube, shines one of the world's grand hotels. — Gayot
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
16 reviews
The Corinthia first opened as the luxurious Grand Royal Hotel... it's just as luxurious today. — Fodor's
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District V
14 reviews
This is the most centrally located of hotels and draws a heavy American crowd that seeks luxury although eschews Four Seasons' namesake prices. — Star Service
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
12 reviews
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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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
13 reviews
You couldn’t accuse the Boscolo of being shy and retiring. — The Telegraph
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Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII
10 reviews
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
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District V
14 reviews
Guest rooms are beautifully appointed with French classical decor in a navy and beige color scheme, luxurious fabrics, and mahogany furniture. — Frommer's
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District I & District XII
14 reviews
Travelers bored with bland, business-hotel decor may get more excited by this mod lodging's snazzy design. — Fodor's
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Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII
10 reviews
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
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District I & District XII
13 reviews
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
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District V
10 reviews
Situated on the Pest side of Chain Bridge, right on the Danube River, the wonderful views are the biggest treat here. — The Telegraph
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
11 reviews
Modern hotel which blends contemporary and art nouveau styling; built to reflect its former use as a public baths. — Michelin Guide
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District I & District XII
11 reviews
One of Buda's best hotels and the oldest of its grands, grafted, amazingly and successfully, onto a medieval church with a 17th-century Jesuit cloister. — Concierge
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District V
7 reviews
It's easy to get a room with a view at the upscale Budapest Marriot Hotel. — Oyster
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
6 reviews
Its solid standards, convenience to public transportation and professional staff make it a midsize champion of road warriors and road-weary tour groups. — Star Service
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District I / Buda
4 reviews
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
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District V
8 reviews
This luxury hotel, situated close to Pest’s riverside promenade, offers a magnificent view across the Danube to Buda’s Castle District. Rooms are enormous with wonderful bathrooms. — DK Eyewitness
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District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter
8 reviews
Handsome combination baths feature marble countertops with Anne Semonin Spa beauty products, robes and slippers on request, hair dryers and large basins. — Star Service
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District XI
10 reviews
There’s no escaping the magnificence of this Art Nouveau building, which also incorporates one of the city’s largest, most popular bath complexes. — Rough Guide
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Margaret Island & Northern Pest
8 reviews
This hotel on Margaret Island is linked by a tunnel to the Danubius Thermal Hotel, whose spa facilities guests at the Grand can use. — DK Eyewitness
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