Mar 25, 2019 - Mar 26, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to Stay in Budapest
With the magnificent River Danube cutting through the city, Hungary’s capital Budapest is a fairytale capital of beautiful architecture, bustling restaurants, stylish museums, and, of course, dramatic castles.
Visitors are encouraged to wallow in the beauty of both Buda and Pest, soak up the history of the Castle District and enjoy the panoramas from spots like the Fishermen’s Bastion. While city tours can be arranged through local companies, Budapest enjoys an extensive and fairly efficient public transport system with buses, trams, metro trains and trolleys readily available at prices lower than most similar European capitals. Also, there are plenty of car rental options if you want to explore the surrounding countryside.
Budapest City Center Hotels
Also known as Belváros, downtown Budapest is the focus of the city’s business, cultural and historic spots, while the pedestrian area of Fő Utca – the new main street, which features an abundance of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants – cuts through the area. The area within the circle of the Grand Boulevard can also be explored on foot.
A high-end choice of hotel in central Budapest, the Four Seasons is situated within a former palace overlooking the Danube and features ornate design touches such as vaulted ceilings and majestic staircases in a decadent atmosphere close to the Royal Palace and the famous Chain Bridge.
Overlooking the picturesque River Danube, the Budapest Marriott is close to a metro station as well as the capital’s main shopping district making it a popular hotel of choice for visitors to the city. As well as an excellent location for discovering Budapest, the Marriott also offers gym and sauna facilities.
3. Hotel Metro
A small yet stylish budget hotel option, the Hotel Metro features just 19 rooms in the heart of the city within easy walking distance of the main train and bus stations making getting around the city an easy activity when staying at the hotel.
Budapest provides visitors with a wealth of hotel and accommodation choices to suit all budgets, tastes and requirements. Check out our hotel search engine to see what else can be enjoyed in the center of this memorable city.
Budapest is like taking a step back into time, it definitely feels like Eastern Europe with tall, looming buildings and giant windows. It is beautiful and welcoming.
An amazing city in so many ways. There’s loads of great culture here, but also some fantastic bars and restaurants. Plus it’s not super expensive.
This is where I started my trip from. Budapest has cheap connections with everywhere in Europe so you can fly here from Europe with Ryanair, Wizzair and other low-costers for as cheap as 10 euro one way. Also, Budapest is super developed, here you can stay in the great hotel, eat luxury food in Michelin restaurants for the last time before leaving to more "hard-core" countries in Balkans.
Amazing city with some of the most beautiful architecture I have seen in the whole Of Europe. The parliament building is the second largest in Europe (second to Romania) but in my opinion one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen. Be sure to check out the free walking tours that take place daily, they're probably the best that I've been to in Europe.