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The 165 rooms, with their scarlet carpets and down comforters, are quite comfortable.
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. Full review →
Everything here – from the artwork decorating the walls, to the carpets and chinaware – is the work of American designer Donald Sultan.
Travelers bored with bland, business-hotel decor may get more excited by this mod lodging's snazzy design. Full review →
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. Full review →
For a charming, artsy Hungarian stay, art'otel budapest is perfect for both leisure and business travelers. Full review →
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. Full review →
The Art’otel is a minimalist establishment that would not look out of place in London or New York. Full review →
Modern, purpose-built hotel... ideal for businesspeople.
A safe option for a business or leisure trip to Budapest. Full review →
Boutique hotel that combines eighteenth-century buildings – comprising beautiful, spacious rooms with original doors and high ceilings – with a modern wing overlooking the river.
This is a steadfast stop for midrange business and leisure travelers in search of a colorful modern hotel in a convenient location. Full review →
The hotel is divided between the main, seven-storey modern building and a lovely Baroque wing that’s attached via a covered walkway. Full review →
The Art’otel Budapest is part of a small, aesthetically minded chain that is considered the pioneer in the artists-designing-hotels trend. Full review →
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