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The cream of the cream, the top hotels to stay in Budapest

According to the recent article of Independent by Jennifer Walker – Budapest Hotels: 10 of the best places to stay -” the city’s hotels are just as eclectic” as the city’s diverse and surprisingly colourful programme palette: you can dance and party the night away in one of the ruin bars, follow the royal steps at the Castle District and feast your eyes on the panorama, explore the ghost of the communism at the Memento Park. It’s true, Budapest has something for all, the same fact is true regarding the accommodation. We have also collected some of our visitor’s favourite places to stay from budget to top notch, however we can’t agree more on Independent’s selection, so expect some duplications.

Danubius Hotel Gellért

Szent Gellért tér 2, 1114 Budapest

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Four Seasons Budapest Gresham Palace

1051 Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 5-6.

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Mirage Medic Hotel

1068 Budapest, Dózsa György út 88

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Baltazár Budapest

1014 Budapest Országház utca 31.

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The Magazine Hotel & Apartments

1051 Budapest Szent István tér 4–5.

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Aria Hotel Budapest

1051 Budapest, Hercegprímás utca 5

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Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest

1051 Budapest Erzsébet tér 7-8.

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New York Palace Budapest

1073 Budapest Erzsébet krt. 9/11

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Hotel Rum

1053 Budapest Királyi Pál utca 4.

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Bohem Art Hotel

1056 Budapest Molnár utca 35

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Hilton Budapest

1014 Budapest, Hess András tér 1-3.

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The HiVE Hostel

1074 Budapest, Dob utca 19 /I. floor.

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+ 1.) In Budapest, BrodyLand offers 3 boutique accommodation venues: Brody House (hotel), Paulay House (downtown serviced apartments) and The Writer’s Villa. Each venue integrates original artwork, their own upcycled furniture and contemporary design within fab heritage buildings with an amorous backstory.

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