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Luxury, Elegance and History in the Heart of Budapest

tgtThis secret hotel is probably Hungary’s most luxurious and elegant hotel. You will be overwhelmed with its opulence, but rest assured, the staff will make you feel like royalty.

It has a royal spa which takes advantage of the waters of Budapest, also known as the City of Healing Waters, with luxury spa products by French specialists Phytomer. It really is the perfect place to relax and get pampered.

If soaking in thermal waters and getting massages isn’t why you want to visit Budapest, then it must be business and this hotel has the best meeting rooms you can imagine. Its Ballroom and Exhibition Centre are architectural and technological gems. The Conference Centre is made up of 12 separate rooms that can be opened up to create a single, large room. You can not only hold a conference, but this place can even host the Oscars!

The rooms are just as you would imagine: opulent and perfect. The Junior suites are spacious, offer a King size bed and large living area with a lovely view. Audio systems, free Wi-Fi and free access to the Royal Spa are all included. The Deluxe suites have everything the Junior suits have, but in addition, also offer marble bathrooms and have larger living spaces. There are several Signature suites with fully equipped kitchens, dining rooms and rain showers that will make your stay at the hotel divine. And the Presidential suite is a 240 square meter luxurious apartment, the biggest of its kind in Hungary. Your every need will be taken care of, if you dare spend 5000 Euros a night.

This hotel has won several awards, amongst which, the Seven Star Global Luxury Award, the Traveler’s choice, the World Travel and the Investors in People.

The Local Area

Budapest is a beautiful city that abounds in parks, shopping areas; it has plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants to satisfy even the pickiest tourists.

This secret hotel is next to several historical and cultural landmarks thus making your stay even more pleasant, such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site Andrássy Avenue, an iconic boulevard dating from the late 1800’s. If you want to see things and be seen, that is the place to be, where all the magic happens.

The House of Terror Museum is also very close to the hotel and it is a must see destination. It contains exhibits related to the communist and fascist regimes in Hungary and it is also a memorial to those who fell prey to these regimes.

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