Staying at Kempinski Corvinus hotel at Budapest certainly was a great choice to make our trip enjoyable. Hotel has clean and good size room. Superb location, walkable distance to Chain Bridge, St. Stephen Basilica and Parliament. Highly recommended and will definitely stay again on our next trip to Budapest. Or will try at other Kempinski hotels when we travel elsewhere.
Traveller from New York
Amidst leafy boulevards and imperial edifices, the hotel is a half-kilometer (a quarter-mile) from St Stephen's Basilica, and …More
Just back from a few days in Budapest. The hotel is in a great spot. Central to most areas of interest. The staff were very helpful and lovely. Breakfast was good too.
Overall the hotel is a bit dated. The room warm and comfortable enough.
It is recommended for an inexpensive break in this beautiful city.
Traveller from Bury. Lancashire
In the heart of Budapest, this hotel is about a 5-minute walk from the Hungarian National Museum, Central Synagogue in Dohány …More
The Four Seasons is perfectly placed to visit the key sites of Budapest, everything is within walking distance. The hotel staff provided a first class service. The room, hotel bar and restaurant were excellent.
Centrally located on the east bank of the Danube, this Budapest hotel overlooks the Danube River, near the Castle District …More
The Buddha bar hotel Budapest is an amazing experience, the staff want to help and are amazing in doing so, relaxed environment and clean and modern.
Extremely happy with my visit and already considering a return visit just wasn't here long enough...
This family-friendly Budapest hotel is located in the historical district, within a 5-minute walk of Vaci Street and Liberty …More
I loved the place, everything was very nice, very upscale place, staff was very kind, couldn't wish for more.
The heating was a bit tricky, I could not make it warmer than 20C. Make sure to ask staff advise to help you with heating instructions.
Thank you everyone, keep up the good work.
Traveller from Vancouver, BC
Located in 05. Belváros - Lipótváros, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Lutheran Church and St. Stephen's …More
On the eastern side of the Danube, Pest is Buda’s flatter, edgier cousin. Tree-lined Andrassy Avenue was originally designed as Budapest’s answer to the Champs-Elysees. Heroes’ Square lies at the eastern end of Andrassy Avenue and is home to the impressive Millennium Monument. Hungarian gifts, food, and souvenirs can be found in Pest’s multi-storey Great Market Hall, the largest in Budapest.