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Budapest Luxury Hotels

The city of Budapest is has a unique beauty and history and visitors in search of luxury won’t be disappointed. Split into two halves—Buda and Pest—by the Danube River, this city of contrasts has something to appeal to everyone’s tastes. Marvel at its beautiful architecture, relax in its famed luxury spas, indulge in some high-end shopping and savor the delicious cuisine in some of the city’s first-class restaurants. Budapest a place of incredible history—from the Romans to the Ottomans, through World Wars and revolutions—and is a city that will always leave you wanting to come back for more.

Things to see in Budapest

Home to no fewer than 118 thermal springs, Budapest is the perfect place to relax and enjoy a pampering experience at one of the city’s many baths. The Széchenyi and Gellért Baths offer the perfect mix of grandiose architecture and luxury treatments. A walk along Váci utca and the surrounding streets will take you to a range of luxury and boutique shops and, whilst you’re here, a visit to the CultiVini Wine Gallery is highly recommended. Sample some of Hungary’s finest wines including many exclusives. Countless beautiful buildings also await you in Budapest. The Fisherman’s Bastion, a dreamy fairytale-style castle, commands fine views of the city across the River Danube. But this is only one vantage point: a nighttime stroll between Buda and Pest across the Chain Bridge, the link between the two parts of the city, is highly recommended to see its beauty in a different light.

Luxury hotels in Budapest

With a mix of well-respected chain and independent luxury Budapest hotels, all with the highest levels of service and top-notch amenities, you will be guaranteed a truly 5-star experience. Along with the usual services expected in upmarket hotels, such as WiFi and room service, you can expect much more from Budapest’s luxury hotels. Known as the ‘City of Spas’, as well as the many baths that are open to the public, the city’s high-end hotels provide their own spas for a more private experience. Guests can also expect swimming pools and gyms for additional recreation, and most boast high quality restaurants and bars.

Where to stay in Budapest

Belváros and Lipótváros make up District V. Here you can lose yourself in the beauty of the architecture, with buildings such as St Stephen’s Basilica. This district has many luxury hotels and spas, and also has two Michelin Star restaurants. District VI—Terézváros—plays host to many high-end restaurants. It is also one of the key cultural areas of Budapest, with historic venues such as the Opera House and Music Academy. For something a little different, visit the former Jewish quarter of District VII (Erzsébetváros), which is more in the vein of street art and street food rather than upmarket establishments.

How to get to Budapest

Budapest is served by one main airport—Budapest Franz Liszt International Airport. From here, it’s easy to reach the city center either by bus, train, shuttle or a short 25-minute taxi ride. Its main train station, Budapest Keleti, is also very well connected to other Eastern and Central European countries. Its combination of trams and metro make it easy to move around the city, which is served by four metro lines and a series of trams, with 2, 4 and 6 being the main ones you need to visit all the sites.

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