Grand Hotel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

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Grand Hotel Budapest

Budapest, Hungary

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Boutique luxury hotel experience in Budapest

Neoclassical elegance meets modern luxury at the boutique-style IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Budapest. Opened in 2011, the Grand Hotel Budapest is a city landmark, and stands proudly near the beautiful Danube River and the famous Chain Bridge. To the hotel’s north is historic Liberty Square. The bustle of modern Budapest surrounds the hotel, its vibrancy and history adding contrast to the serenity that awaits guests inside.

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Rest and relax in style

Designed by famed French architect Philippe Starck, the rooms of the Grand Hotel Budapest are as luxurious as they are modern. Smart, updated takes on classic designs reflect the refined bones of the hotel in a tastefully jaunty way. Whether guests desire a room with a view of beautiful, historic Liberty Square, or wish to gaze westward across the Danube River toward Buda, this Pest district boutique hotel has the luxury accommodations travelers crave.

The hustle and bustle of the vibrant Central European metropolis adds excitement to the air, but never intrudes on guests’ stays. The Grand Hotel Budapest is a luxury enclave, each room a calming, sound-insulated respite from the day-to-day pressures, expectations, and noises of the outside world. With 50 rooms and five types of accommodation to choose from, there’s something to meet the precise standards of each guest, while providing boutique hotel attention to detail and charm.

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  • Gourmet restaurant

  • Central location in town

  • Massages and treatments

  • Room service

  • Free Wi-Fi

  • Fitness room

  • Meeting rooms

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A luxury hotel in the heart of Budapest

While Budapest has only been united since 1873, this Hungarian urban center is steeped in European and world history. That is just one reason why people continue to flock to this capital city year after year, making it the most popular vacation destination in all of Hungary. Hidden gems abound—if visitors know where to look. There’s a fallout shelter and World War 2 hospital under Buda Castle—relics of bygone times. Shut inside the modern Central Library and easy to miss is the Szabo Ervin Library, built by Count Frigyes Wenckheim and every bit evocative of 18th century Hungary—a trip through time. A self-guided walking tour to find any one of the dozens of outdoor works of art or historic cemeteries is a great option for visitors who prefer unstructured, outdoor sightseeing. And what would be a visit to Budapest without indulging in a spa?

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Experience luxury in the Grand Hotel Budapest

Gastronomy

Variety is the spice of life, and a favorite spice in Hungarian cuisine is paprika. Guests can find it in several varieties of dishes at the Grand Hotel Budapest. Bold, complex, smoky Hungarian flavors—not to mention some Mediterranean flair—await visitors to the on-site gourmet restaurant. Sample classic Hungarian dishes—no trip is complete without goulash—or take a gastronomic trip around Europe.

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Spa & wellness

Budapest is a metropolis known for its spa culture, and a visit there is incomplete without treating oneself to deep relaxation. Whether guests crave the opulent thermal spas built by royalty of bygone eras, or the open-air pools on the Pest side of town, Budapest’s deep spa culture is reflected in the exclusive SPA Sensations of the IBEROSTAR Grand Hotel Budapest.

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Luxury experiences

Leave the details to us. The Grand Hotel Budapest’s friendly staff help create a stress-free home base from which to experience Hungary. Guests have access to custom-chosen pillows, in-room aromatherapy, state-of-the-art spa and fitness facilities, and so much more. When craving something that is not on the menu, guests can engage the hotel’s concierge service for above-and-beyond requests outside of the hotel grounds.

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