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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... Full review →
Location, location, location. Glamour, glamour, glamour.
Once home to an insurance company, it’s "a must if you stay in Budapest." Full review →Be sure to ask for a high-level room for the best experience.
After decades of neglect this magnificent building was restored and is now one of the finest in Central Europe.
It doesn't get much better than this: a centrally located, super-deluxe hotel in a museum-quality landmark with the prettiest views in town. Full review →
This Art Nouveau building, one of the most elegant and majestic properties in the city, stands as one of the finest in the world. Full review →
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. Full review →
The 179 rooms have a restrained elegance about them, and many have wonderful views over the Danube. Full review →
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. Full review →
Luxurious bedrooms and high quality service.
Dramatic views of the Danube and Buda Castle, visible through floor-to-ceiling windows. Some of the hotel's 19 suites feature kitchens Full review →
A magnificent restoration of this Budapest landmark has produced an unprecedented level of luxury in the city.
The Four Seasons sets the benchmark for luxury hotels in Budapest Full review →
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 Full review →
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