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Buda Castle Fashion Hotel

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

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

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

Low-key boutique hotel with a leafy courtyard and atmospheric cellar bar in Budapest’s mellow part of town — Jetsetter

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

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

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Danubius Grand Hotel Margitsziget

Margaret Island & Northern Pest 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Both hotels are at the northern end of the island and provide a very wide range of spa facilities from mud spas to massages. — Rough Guide

This hotel feels a bit dated all-around, but it does have some charms, such as spacious rooms, that go a long way toward helping you overlook the slightly tired bathrooms and bedspreads. — Frommer's

For elegant old-world style in a green oasis, Danubius Grand Hotel Margitsziget is a great choice. — Star Service

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

Constructed in the late 19th century, this comfortable (but not grand) and tranquil hotel has 164 rooms that boast all the mod cons. — Lonely Planet

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Danubius Hotel Astoria City Center

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

This old hotel, designed in the Secession style but with a Neo-Baroque breakfast room, has been refurbished in its original style. — DK Eyewitness

The four-star Astoria is one of this city’s historic hotels. — The Telegraph

Most report the property to be satisfying in terms of cleanliness and comfort, and highly desirable in terms of location. — Oyster

In a city that's heating up in terms of hotel rates, the 234-room Astoria is a thrill for young couples from America and Britain longing for inexpensive lodgings in the heart of Pest. — Concierge

Rooms are genteel, spacious, and comfortable. The Café Mirror, with its dripping chandeliers and pink marble columns... is a wonderful place. — Fodor's

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Buddha-Bar Hotel Budapest Klotild Palace

District V 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An Art Nouveau palace turned 102-room design hotel on Budapest's main tourist strip, Váci Utca. — Condé Nast Traveler

This five-star has an ‘Asian-colonial’ style very different from the façade of the 20th-century palace it occupies. — The Telegraph

In a restored historic building and almost overwhelming in its opulence, the Buddha Bar is the height of luxury. — DK Eyewitness

Mixing Asian-inspired glamour with sleek,contemporary design, the luxurious Buddha-Bar Hotel is located right on on the famous shopping street of Vaci Utca. — Oyster

This glamorous five-star hotel inhabits impressive neobaroque Klotild Palace, which retains some of its period features, such as the original staircase. — Lonely Planet

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Radisson Blu Beke Hotel, Budapest

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Conveniently located near the railway station and Kossuth Lajos Square, the hotel is surrounded by restaurants and shops... there are two metro stations nearby. — Oyster

Béke (or 'Peace') Hotel has... a very central location on the larger of Budapest's two main ring roads, a lovely Eclectic building dating from 1914 and great health facilities. — Lonely Planet

If you are arriving in Budapest's Nyugati Train Station from Prague or Berlin, the Radisson could scarcely be better located. — Fodor's

Handsome combination baths feature marble countertops with Anne Semonin Spa beauty products, robes and slippers on request, hair dryers and large basins. — Star Service

Large, vintage hotel in a handy location on the Nagykörút near Nyugati station. — Rough Guide

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Soho Boutique Hotel

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Well-located for tourists, with a vibrantly coloured lobby and funky bar; Polanski's 'Dance of the Vampires' theme runs throughout. — Michelin Guide

The key words here are fun, economical and functional. — Star Service

This delightfully stylish boutique hotel with 68 rooms and six suites stands opposite the New York Palace, and we know which one feels more like the Big Apple. — Lonely Planet

The visual assault begins in the Pop Art-inspired lobby, and continues through to the modestly sized but snappily designed rooms. — Rough Guide

Opened in 2008, this boutique hotel is located in one of the most diverse and engaging neighborhoods in Budapest. — Travel + Leisure

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Atrium Fashion Hotel

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 78 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

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

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

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

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Hotel Parlament

District V 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

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NH Budapest City

Margaret Island & Northern Pest 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 160-room NH Budapest City is a low-key, mid-range hotel set about a 20-minute walk from the center of Pest on a relatively calm residential street. — Oyster

There are 160 rooms spread out over this eight-floor purpose-built hotel, and two or three rooms on each floor have a balcony. — Lonely Planet

Extras that set this Spanish-owned business hotel apart include extra-thick mattresses; a pillow menu; and a wellness suite with a sauna, solarium, and massage services. — Fodor's

We don't usually associate modern elegance with a homey atmosphere, but this Spanish-owned chain has accomplished this. — Frommer's

Modern, purpose-built hotel located in the city suburbs. Bright, comfortable, well-equipped bedrooms; some with balconies. — Michelin Guide

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IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Budapest

District V 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 50-room Iberostar Grand Hotel Budapest is an upscale boutique situated in the heart of the Pest side of town. — Oyster

This five-star hotel perhaps lacks some of the ‘presence’ of other luxury properties, but the contemporary décor is slick, the service attentive, the facilities good and the location central — The Telegraph

This Spanish chain has made an entry into Hungary with this grandiose property that boasts a small spa...and elegant decor unbecoming of the typical Iberostar hotel. — Star Service

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Boutique Hotel Victoria Budapest

District I & District XII 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This rather elegant hotel has 27 comfortable and spacious rooms with million-dollar views of Parliament and the Danube. — Lonely Planet

Small, super-friendly hotel on the embankment directly below the Mátyás Church. — Rough Guide

This nine-story contemporary block on the Buda bank of the Danube near the Castle District may be aesthetically challenged. — Concierge

Within easy reach of Buda’s main tourist sights, this hotel provides big, comfortable air-conditioned rooms, many with views of the Chain Bridge, the Elizabeth Bridge and Pest. — DK Eyewitness

Taking advantage of a choice Buda-side location on the Danube riverbank, many rooms at this hotel... have a small seating area in front of floor-to-ceiling windows looking across the river. — Fodor's

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Hilton Budapest City

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel is an oasis of calm – especially in the charming rooftop garden – and offers the usual Hilton mix of modernity, efficiency and service. — DK Eyewitness

Once you get over the fact that you are staying in a shopping mall—the swanky West End City Centre—you should be very happy indeed at this modern glass tower. — Fodor's

This reliable Hilton appeals to business travelers with dedicated amenities and a wide selection of conferences venues. — Gayot

Shop until you drop has new meaning with this hotel conveniently located in West End City Center, one of the largest shopping malls in Central Europe. — Frommer's

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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Aria Hotel Budapest

District V / Inner City 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Our favourite new hotel in Budapest, the Aria is a music-themed hostelry built around an old townhouse, with Jazz, Opera, Classical and Pop Wings — Lonely Planet

The Aria Hotel Budapest is a swanky, music-themed hotel that earns its five-pearl status with inspired decor, ultra-modern touches, and a peaceful location in the city center. — Oyster

The curtain is up on a new music-themed hotel in the shadow of St Stephen’s Basilica, whose rooftop bar could become the coolest place in Budapest for a cocktail — The Telegraph

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Hotel Charles

District I & District XII 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Less than a 10-minute walk from the MOM shopping center, Hotel Charles is a mid-range hotel with a homey and inviting atmosphere. — Oyster

On the hill up from the Erzsébet híd on the main road to Vienna, this friendly apartment hotel was one of the first of its kind in the city. — Rough Guide

After opening in 1991, owner Károly Szombati has accumulated 73 apartments in a group of buildings in a less-than-eye-appealing Buda-side neighborhood. — Frommer's

Rooms on the quiet side of the building do not suffer from traffic noise in the morning. The hotel’s restaurant is very good, and breakfast is a real treat. — DK Eyewitness

The Charles has 70 ‘studios’... with tiny kitchens and weary-looking furniture as well as two-room apartments. — Lonely Planet

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Marco Polo Top Ho(s)tel

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Very large, busy and popular hostel close to Blaha Lujza tér, with simply furnished four- and twelve-bed dorms with bunks. — Rough Guide

This place is not just for backpackers as just about anyone would be comfortable spending the night here. — Frommer's

Excellent value backpacker hostel, right in the heart of the city and close to public transport, nightlife and sights. — DK Eyewitness

The Mellow Mood Group’s very central flagship hostel is a swish, powder-blue, 47-room place with TVs in all the rooms (except the dorms) and a lovely courtyard. — Lonely Planet

This is an established, well-maintained, understated hostel for those backpackers who value a peaceful night’s sleep. — The Telegraph

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Casati Budapest Hotel

Budapest 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a renovated 18th-century building, this boutique hotel in the Sixth District offers modern, vibrant decor at every turn and exhibitions of local art in the lobby. — Oyster

Casati Budapest is a cut above the rest. — The Telegraph

The ground-floor gallery and art-adorned reception set the tone at this classy hotel, set in a made-over 18th-century building that has tastefully retained a number of original features. — Lonely Planet

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Fraser Residence Budapest

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Part of an international chain, the 51 apartments here attract both long- and short-staying guests. — Lonely Planet

A stay here combines independent apartment living with the benefits of a business-oriented hotel, including desks in all apartments and the use of a 24-hour concierge. — Frommer's

The small but charming Fraser Residence Budapest is a contemporary, family-friendly spot located in a quiet residential area. — Oyster

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Benczur Hotel

District VI, District VII & the Jewish Quarter 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A mid-range property set in the quiet, leafy Embassy District in the Pest half of the city, near the metro and City Park, with such attractions as Vajahunyad Castle, a boating lake, and the zoo. — Oyster

Large, modern and functional hotel on a leafy street off Andrássy út. — Rough Guide

Situated in a quiet street close to Városliget this hotel offers small but comfortable rooms. — DK Eyewitness

It’s got a great location: the hotel is just minutes away from Andrássy út, Heroes’ Square and City Park. — Lonely Planet

Majestic Heroes' Square is but a short walk away, and your transport to the center is the antique underground railway line, the Földalatti. — Fodor's

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Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest

Margaret Island & Northern Pest 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tastefully furnished units . . . a gorgeous courtyard garden, marble finishings throughout, classical music in the lobby and an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre. — Lonely Planet

The 97-room Adina Apartment Hotel Budapest is an upper-middle-range, apartment-style property on the Pest side of the city. — Oyster

If you don’t mind the absence of a restaurant, the Adina has everything you’d expect from a top hotel – and a good deal more – at a very reasonable price. — The Telegraph

Modern, serviced apartments are set around an exclusive, leafy courtyard. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Museum Budapest

Southern Pest & Disrtict VIII 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A lovely building dating from 1890 that is interesting enough to warrant consideration. — Lonely Planet

The upscale Hotel Museum Budapest, centrally located in the Palace District, pairs Art Nouveau with chic, modern design. — Oyster

This property anchors a quiet corner on a side street one block south of Rakoczi ut, two blocks from the Astoria metro and the same from the National Museum. It was built in 1890, and... — Star Service

The newer half is sleek and modern in design, but the older, Italian-flavoured part has more appeal, set around a glass-roofed courtyard. — Rough Guide

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