Got delayed by a night thanks to bad weather and the hotel were so accommodating when we finally did arrive. Staff couldn’t do enough for you & the hotel itself is stunning. Perfect stay in a perfect hotel close to main attractions and public transport. Will definitely be back if we ever visit Budapest again!
Traveller from Scotland
Amidst leafy boulevards and imperial edifices, the hotel is a half-kilometer (a quarter-mile) from St Stephen's Basilica, and …More
Fairly central location, but rooms facing main road are noisy. The bar is very stark and regularly unstaffed - not attractive. Sometimes staff fail to keep up with demands at breakfast time. But it is very clean and the rooms and beds are large and comfortable. Our third stay here and we would return.
Traveller from scotland
Combining luxury and modernity, this hotel is just a 3-minute walk from the Astoria Metro Station, 3 blocks from Hungarian …More
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Hotel Zenit Budapest Palace for two nights in November. Our room was clean, warm, comfortable and well-appointed, and the staff were friendly and helpful. However, the best thing about the hotel is its location. Situated close to the Danube, it's within easy walking distance of the Széchenyi Chain Bridge (cross it to reach Buda Castle), Vörösmarty Square (shopping and Xmas markets in winter) and St Stephen's Basicallca (dark and gloomy cathedral). Parliament is a 10-15-minute walk to the north of the hotel, while Szimpla Kert (Budapest's oldest ruin pub) and Fogas (multi-room nightclub) are a 15-20-minute walk away. We walked everywhere, however, if you don't feel like doing the same, Vörösmarty Square metro station is also close by.
Traveller from London
Hotel Zenit Budapest lies in the middle of the bustling Pest side of the Danube, just a block from Vigadó Concert Hall. It's …More
Stayed in this hotel for 4nights 4th to 8th December and found it to be an all round excellent choice for visiting Budapest for the Xmas markets. 30 metres from the start of the main shopping street.3-4 minutes from the market hall and stops for the hop on hop off buses. 15-30 minutes from the Xmas markets depending on how many shops/coffee shops/restaurants you decide to visit. Rooms quite spacious and clean. Could do with more eggs and bacon being provided in the morning.felt like they only cooked around 6 eggs and a few rashers at a time. I suppose this cuts down on waste right enough but if you are looking forward to this its a bit disappointing when there is none there when you go up. Saying that we never went away hungry from breakfast always ham or chicken and cheese available. All staff were very helpful and friendly. Would stay here again when visiting Budapest.
Traveller from dunfermline, scotland
Located in 05. Belváros - Lipótváros, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungarian …More
Beautiful hotel in the middle of the city center. Great restaurants and sights are close by. Staff is wonderful. Stayed in a suite which was extremely large. The beds were great. Fantastic breakfast in the morning is included. Just an overall wonderful place to stay in Budapest.
Traveller from Illinois
Located in Andrassy, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Andrassy Avenue, Hungarian State Opera House, and Gozsdu …More
Stayed at the hotel with some friends on a short weekend break - ideally located on the river bank and minutes from the Castle district. The Chain Bridge was only a short walk too so easy access across the Danube. A friendly hotel with lots of good restaurants nearby and the excellent Belgian Brasserie Henri just down the road.
Traveller from London
Between the Danube and Castle Hill in Buda, the hotel has views of the Houses of Parliament. The St Stephen's Basilica are 1 …More
Towering over the city’s west, Gellert Hill is named after Bishop Gellert who fell to his death from the hill in the 11th century. It can be reached either by bus or along one of the walking tracks which wind their way up to the summit. At the top of the hill is the Liberation Monument, built in 1947 to commemorate Budapest’s liberation from the Germans by Soviet troops.