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Featured hotels in Budapest


Kossuth Lajos utca 19-21 , budapest , hu , 1053
city center: 0.9 Mi
Love at the first sight
First time in Budapest, we chose to stay at the Danubius Hotel Astoria. The main reason why we picked the hotel because the location was convenient fo...
Very good: 4.4
8 Reviews
from 90


Angyal Utca 33, H-1094 , budapest , hu , H-1094
city center: 1.7 Mi
Good week
Stayed at this hotel for a week with my friend was great. It was very nice and clean. The room was quite comfortable. It was very clean and tidy. The ...
Very good: 3.8
5 Reviews
from 84


Jánoshegyi út 10503/9 hrsz , budapest , hu , 1121
city center: 3.9 Mi
Tranquil location
I spent two nights at this hotel with my friend. The location was quite tranquil and peaceful. It was a bit far away from the center but it was worth ...
Very good: 4.0
1 Reviews
from 26


Alkotás street 63-67. , budapest , hu , 1123
city center: 1.1 Mi
Nice staff
The staff was very nice. It was the first impression when I stayed at this hotel. The room was comfortable and very clean. It was well managed and dec...
Very good: 4.0
2 Reviews
from 81

Szent Gellert ter 1.H-1111 , budapest , hu , 1111
city center: 2527.2 Mi
Danubis hotel Gellert is a historical hotel which had been opened since 1918. Staying in our hotel, you will feel the beauty of ancient and classical interior and decorations. Located perfectly at the...
from 168


Nyár utca 6 , budapest , hu , HU-1072
city center: 1.2 Mi
from 59

Bem rakpart 11. , budapest , hu , 1011
city center: 2587.5 Mi


Liszt Ferenc tér 11 Magyarország , budapest , hu , 1061
city center: 1.1 Mi
Beyond expectation
I went to Budapest to accomplish some business mission ordered by my boss. I traveled on a budget so I picked this Karma Boutique Apartments. The room...
Very good: 4.0
1 Reviews
from 35

About Budapest

city centerBudapest, Hungary, is a city that has been reinventing itself for more than a decade, transitioning from a Soviet-dominated culture to one that is more open and free. While remnants of the Soviet world still exist, from worn-down structures to drab streets, most of Budapest is thriving with museums, theaters, parks, and ornate buildings. Visitors to Budapest will be surprised by just how small the historic section of town really is. Most of the sites that tourists visit are within walking distance from the town center and most hotels, dotted with surprising sites along the way. One of the biggest reasons visitors go to Budapest is for the abundance of geothermal springs, resulting in fantastic spas all through the city and the surrounding area. Other sights worth noting are the Parliament building (the third largest of its kind in the world), Heroes’ Square, and Buda Castle.

The transformation from drab to dazzling is most evident in Budapest’s plethora of hotels. Ranging from spectacular, state-of-the-art gems to converted utilitarian remnants from the days of the Warsaw Pact, there have been a number of four- and five-star hotels built in the past few years, meaning you won’t have any trouble finding a perfect hotel fit for you in Budapest. ProntoHotel makes it easy to find a fantastic hotel at a bargain rate, especially since hotels in Budapest often offer reduced prices with great value and comfort. During the high season, hotels fill up quickly, so book in advance. And no matter what time of year, if you want a room with a double bed, you need to be specific—most rooms in Budapest will come with two single beds.

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Buda Castle
Buda district
Gellert Hill
Downtown Budapest
Hungarian National Museum
Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Applied Arts
Aquincum Museum
Royal Palace
Chain Bridge
Budapest Ferihegy Intl. Airport (BUD)
Natural Thermal Spa
Szechenyi Baths
Kiraly Baths
Rudas Baths
Gellert Thermal Baths
Lukács Thermal Bath
Andrássy Avenue
Castle Hill
New Main Street Budapest
Great Market Hall
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