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13 expert recommendations
With excellent public transportation and top-notch pedestrian connections, this hotel... certainly makes a great base.
Opened in 2016. Formerly The Elizabeth Park Hotel. Full review →
Housed in the centrally-located and tastefully renovated Adria Palace, Le Meridien Budapest is an elegantly furnished hotel, where attention to detail is evident.
Rooms in this entirely renovated, early-20th-century building... are decorated in the French Empire style and are both comfortable and plush. Full review →
Guest rooms are beautifully appointed with French classical decor in a navy and beige color scheme, luxurious fabrics, and mahogany furniture. Full review →
Modern art and sleek style set this hotel apart overlooking Elizabeth Square near Old Town. Full review →
Le Meridien’s public areas and its 218 guestrooms spread over seven floors are dripping in brocade and French polished furniture – think royalty over rock star.
An imposing facade hides a classical Hungarian interior with cornicing and rug-covered wooden floors.
This centrally located luxury hotel is set in a 19th century building... the hotel’s restaurant is renowned for its award-winning French food. Full review →
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.
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. Full review →Request a room on a high floor since the various room categories are spread across all levels.
The luxurious, centrally located Ritz-Carlton Budapest offers some informality with its elegance. Full review →
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. Full review →
5 Star Hotel lemeridien.com