we stayed at the hotel for 5 nights and we were surprised how fancy and comfortable it is for a very good price.
the bed is extremely comfortable. the location is perfect and the staff is very kind.
i don't have any bad things to write. maybe the only thing is the high price of breakfast.
my suggestion is not to take breakfast and eat outside.
Traveller from Israel
Amidst leafy boulevards and imperial edifices, the hotel is a half-kilometer (a quarter-mile) from St Stephen's Basilica, and …More
The hotel is really smart and near to hop on hop off buses, and lots of bars and restaurants. The food in the restaurant was amazing and afternoon tea and cakes looked good although we did not go in. The rooms were very spacious with comfy beds , the shower was very powerful the only downside to the room was no tea/coffee making facilities but it did have a nice fridge with drinks and nuts in . Fives minutes walk and you are at the river will definitely stay at the hotel on our next visit.
Traveller from Halifax , W Yorkshire England
Danubius Hotel Astoria City Center is located on one of Budapest's main streets, a 5-minute walk from the Hungarian National …More
The hotel located in a very good location - Situated within walking distance from many attractions, restaurants, banks of Danube River and city center.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel was very clean, and good breakfast. I had a room on 4th floor - it was quite and very nice.
Traveller from Tel Aviv
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
Lovely hotel. Friendly and attentive staff. Excellent view of the river and old palace from our fourth floor room. Room well designed and everything good quality. Separate bath and shower within the large bathroom.
Traveller from england
Centrally located on the east bank of the Danube, this Budapest hotel overlooks the Danube River, near the Castle District …More
The hotel was in an ideal location right in the centre, close to the river and handy for all sightseeing. It was also vey close to a street full of restaurants and souvenir shops. Despite this our room was really quiet. The hotel was kept immaculately clean. Staff were helpful. Breakfasts were good but it is very busy. I would recommend this hotel for a city break.
Traveller from Scotland
This city-center Budapest hotel is 1 block from Váci utca, 2 blocks from the Danube River, and 3 blocks from Liberty Bridge …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.