Stunning interior in a building now occupied by the Four Seasons Hotel. Don't miss the piano bar - a nice place to end the evening.
Not only is the building itself beautiful, so is the food and service. Both inside and outside of the building is gorgeous. We had dinner here, the service was exceptional, they couldn't do enough for us. Our waiter made some fab recommendations on drinks, dinner and desserts, it was like she knew exactly what we wanted! The cocktails were to... More
At the foot of the chain bridge, the end or beginning of a lovely walk in any weather from Pest to Buda and back. Go inside to see the exquisite Art Nouveau interior, and read about how the hotel was a ruin for 50 years! The restaurant offers reliable healthy and gorgeous cuisine at a high price, including American style... More
Easily (with the exception of my local breakfast place in Denmark) the best place in Budapest to eat breakfast. I got the Hungarian breakfast of eggs and ham which was nothing less than fantastic. In addition, the buffet is a cornucopia of delights for the eyes as well as the mouth. Definitely a place I will return to ...
Fairly recently renovated and converted into a hotel / restaurant. Stands in beautiful position almost on the riverside (with views of the river), boasts amazing art nouveau features and very good, if pricey, food. Always worth a visit for a coffee or ice cream
We sought this out thinking is was a hotel that had been converted from a palace. Not true. It was never a palace. It is interesting to see - more as an interesting hotel lobby than anything else. I'd not skip another attraction to stop here....
The category for this is 'attraction' so we stopped by hoping to see a palace. It is actually a hotel and so was quite innaccessible. The average rating is given because as a hotel, it looks lovely.
We didn't stay here but had come for a nose! We had a drink in the attractive bar. Drinks were expensive but came with enough snacks for a light lunch!! Staff were attentive and friendly. A nice place for a posh half an hour!!
This former insurance company building is a grand hotel of high price. We found that it is basically hidden from the mainstream of walking for the tourists in Budapest although near to the Chan Bridge and the circular (high traffic) parkway in front of the hotel. Prices are high here and be ready of exhuberant service to meet your every... More
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