Location is perfect, surrounded by great shops and restaurants. Staff was amazing and the most helpful I have ever encountered. Szylvia, the concierge, recommended great restaurants, help us with travel arrangements, and even helped find some items we were shopping for. Pauley, helped us at check in and showed us how everything in the room worked (lights and shades can all be adjusted from a switch by the bed).
Complimentary breakfast had great food choices. They also served complimentary wine and appetizers from 5:00 to 8:00 and had great live music too. The rooftop bar is spectacular and has amazing views of the Basilica and the city lights. Attila was the perfect bartender and even got us reservations at a restaurant when we realized that since it was a Saturday night we might have trouble getting a table. The hotel also has a wonderful spa which had a great massage therapist. Absolutely the best hotel stay I have ever had!
Very interested in seeing the room, I was amazed as I booked this against my friends requirements. I was presently surprised as she wanted to.stay on the Buda side and I went ahead and booked your Hotel as it was most intriguing.
The room was beautifully furnished and decorated to a very comfortable high quality finish but we asked for single beds. The main bedroom was beautifully dressed and a single make do bed was
set up at the end of the lounge area. It was only a fold up bed and not adequate for two single
people to share and once I tried to point this out i could not be understood well enough that I
gave up trying when I was shown the room. The breakfasts very fresh and lovely and very worthy while and the location was perfect in the centre of everything. A very homely, pleasant stay, and
I would return with my husband.
Arrived for a week's stay. Location next to the Elisabeth Bridge, and the main high street, Vati Ucta, meant that the hotel was central to both good quality restaurants and attractions. Decor is red/black with Buddha undertones which we thought was fab.
We found this hotel on tripadviser but it was recommended on other sites too. An excellent location (as the name suggests close to the Parliament building) and pretty quiet which is great if you want to avoid the stag and hen weekends. Smallish rooms but all necessary facilities there. Staff were unfailingly helpful and friendly. Good breakfast included. Would certainly choose again if going back to Budapest.
On the eastern side of the Danube, Pest is Buda’s flatter, edgier cousin. Tree-lined Andrassy Avenue was originally designed as Budapest’s answer to the Champs-Elysees. Heroes’ Square lies at the eastern end of Andrassy Avenue and is home to the impressive Millennium Monument. Hungarian gifts, food, and souvenirs can be found in Pest’s multi-storey Great Market Hall, the largest in Budapest.