Accommodation in Budapest’s best places
Discover the attraction-rich Hungarian capital.
As a real metropolis, Budapest charms every tourist who visits it. On the Buda side, explore the roman ruins of Acquincum, Gül Baba’s Tomb built by the Ottomans, or visit Buda Castle and Matthias Church. On the Pest side the Parliament, Vajdahunyad Castle, the Opera House and St. Stephen’s Basilica are must-see sights.
Enjoy the metropolitan buzz! Drop into the popular ruin pubs, downtown art galleries, or even watch a great theatre performance. You can visit the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden with your children, take a boat ride in summer or skate in winter at Városliget (City Park). A trip on the Children’s Railway or a visit to the Railway Museum will be a unique experience for the kids. In Budapest you can find interesting and entertaining events all year round, like the Buda Castle Wine Festival, the Sziget Festival or the Spring Festival, all worth a visit. Relax your muscles after a long walk in the thermal waters of the Gellért Spa in Buda, or the Széchenyi Spa in Pest.
Would you like to see everything? Book our hotels in Budapest and select among the various city offers from Danubius Hotels.
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Accommodation in Budapest
Looking for accommodation in Budapest? Whether you’re here on business or visiting the capital for a family outing or sightseeing trip, you’re sure to find your ideal Budapest accommodation among Danubius Hotels’ 12 hotels in Budapest.
Danubius Hotel Helia: a modern hotel on the bank of the Danube, close to the city centre and Margaret Island. A great choice for wellness fans!
Danubius Hotel Gellért: its Art Nouveau building, lavishly furnished rooms and services have made it a popular choice for over a hundred years now. You can’t fail to be enchanted by its unique atmosphere!
Danubius Hotel Astoria City Center: classic elegance reminiscent of a bygone age, in the heart of the bustling city. If it’s perfect comfort you’re looking for, choose the Astoria.
Danubius Hotel Arena: a modern wellness and conference hotel. Its location makes it ideal for those coming to watch sporting events and concerts.
Hotel Flamenco: a hotel in Buda, in a green landscaped setting with sunny rooms and sporting opportunities nearby. We also recommend it as a venue for all sorts of events.
Hotel Hungária City Center: a very large hotel offering high-quality services, next to the Keleti (Eastern) Railway Station. A great base for exploring the city.
Hotel Budapest: staying in this iconic, tall cylindrical building at the foot of the Buda hills is an unforgettable experience. A stunning panorama awaits you on the upper floors!
Hotel Erzsébet City Center: a modern hotel with atmospheric rooms next to Váci utca, Fashion Street and Budapest’s main attractions. The perfect choice for sightseers and fashion lovers alike!
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