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Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace

District V 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

Luxurious bedrooms and high quality service. — Michelin Guide

This Art Nouveau building, one of the most elegant and majestic properties in the city, stands as one of the finest in the world. — Frommer's

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

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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 →

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

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

This stunning five-star hotel just off leafy Andrássy út... has 70 tastefully decorated rooms... in a listed building. — Lonely Planet

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

With each change, it only gets better, which is difficult to imagine of this treasure of a hotel, located in an exclusive embassy neighborhood. — Frommer's

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from $109

Corinthia Hotel Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

One of Budapest’s grand prewar hotels, this imposing building was used as offices for some forty years, while the ballroom acted as the very opulent Red Star cinema. — Rough Guide

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from $203

Brody House

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

With its rustic-bohemian beauty, this small hotel provides a unique cultural immersion. — Gayot

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

The historic Brody House is an upscale, artsy boho hotel in the city's Pest Palace District, across the street from the Hungarian National Museum and a short walk to Great Market Hall. — Oyster

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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from $126

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

District V 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This modern hotel connects to local history through the customized designs of its suites and an extensive and diverse collection of original Hungarian art. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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

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

You will struggle to find a hotel with a better location. — The Telegraph

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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 →

The staff here is quick and eager to help. Guests who are more comfortable in smaller properties will be happier here than at the Kempinski. — Star Service

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

Just a five-minute stroll from the Danube, this five-star boutique hotel occupying the 1918 Adria Palace is within shouting distance of Budapest's most iconic sights. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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Boscolo Budapest, Autograph Collection

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Lavish grand dame in an Italian Renaissance–style palace with an opulent café and a luxe spa. — Jetsetter

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

Former insurance company building constructed in 1891, set around an impressive atrium with an Italian Renaissance style. — Michelin Guide

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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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

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

Bedrooms are generously sized, well-equipped and minimalistic in style. — Michelin Guide

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

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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 →

Aesthetics are everything at the art'otel, though location is also excellent. Choice of rooms includes Danube River views and art rooms, featuring the works of Donald Sultan. — Condé Nast Traveler

The hotel is divided between the main, seven-storey modern building and a lovely Baroque wing that’s attached via a covered walkway. — The Telegraph

Modern, purpose-built hotel... ideal for businesspeople. — Michelin Guide

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

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

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from $101

Continental Hotel Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

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

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from $141

Lanchid 19 Hotel

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

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

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

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

This hotel is a viable and visually arresting hotel for travelers with modern tastes and love of historic panoramas. — Star Service

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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from $127

Gerloczy Rooms de Lux

District V 84 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

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

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

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

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

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from $111

Hilton Budapest

District I & District XII 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

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from $186

Baltazar Budapest

District I / Buda 81 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

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

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

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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Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge

District V 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Situated on the Pest side of Chain Bridge, right on the Danube River, the wonderful views are the biggest treat here. — The Telegraph

The 357-room, eight-story Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge Hotel is an upscale property a block from the Danube River, within easy walking distance of nightlife, restaurants, and tourist sights. — Oyster

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

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Atrium Fashion Hotel

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The focal point of the building is a gloriously sunny atrium, encircled by state-of-the-art rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. — Rough Guide

This ultramodern hotel part of the Mellow Mood chain is a breath of fresh air in the area, only one block from the Red metro... suited to travelers of all ages. — Frommer's

Located off busy Blaha Lujza tér, the Atrium Fashion Hotel is one of the first design hotels in Pest... that's home to a surprisingly hip design and fashion scene. — Concierge

While it lacks features, other than a free buffet breakfast and Wi-Fi, the hotel is a good value for its class. — Oyster

Depending on the room and the time of year, this could be a very affordable Budapest boutique experience. — Lonely Planet

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from $78

Danubius Hotel Gellert

District XI 79 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

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

Grand, historic, and full of character. — Oyster

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

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

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from $66

Buda Castle Fashion Hotel

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

The accommodation is large and the 15th-century merchant’s house it occupies has been renovated sensitively. — The Telegraph

Buda Castle Fashion Hotel is in a historic building with modern decor and a terrific location in the heart of Castle Hill, near the Buda Castle and Fisherman’s Bastion. — Oyster

Spacious, comfortable bedrooms boast pleasant, modern decor. Delightfully peaceful central courtyard terrace. — Michelin Guide

Set on a quiet street between the main square and the viewing terrace of Buda Hills, you can be assured of a restful night in this small, but stylish hotel. — Frommer's

The Mellow Mood Group’s flagship top-end hotel is housed in a 15th-century town house, but apart from a bit of vaulted brick ceiling in the lobby you’d never know that once you’ve entered. — Lonely Planet

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Budapest Marriott Hotel

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

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

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

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

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

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from $190

Hotel Parlament

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

Well -run hotel; its stylish, modern interior a contrast to its classical 19C exterior. Splendid open-plan atrium with an unusual display featuring famous Hungarians. — Michelin Guide

Parlament is small but very pleasingly formed – indeed, it’s one of the best boutique hotels in the city, with more facilities and more imaginative design features than others in this category. — The Telegraph

Hotel Parlament reopened in early 2014 with an all-around brighter and livelier feel.. a stylish choice, with some personality. — Frommer's

One of the trendiest upscale hotels in Budapest, and is located in Leopold Town, the business and government hub of central Pest... with free breakfast. — Oyster

This minimalist delight in Lipótváros has... the adorable wellness centre with its own private dressing room, and the free tea and coffee at 5pm daily. — Lonely Planet

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