The building that is now the Pest Buda Bistro & Hotel was built in 1696 as a mansion and has since been converted into a luxurious 10-room hotel. Over the years, this building has served as a tavern and restaurant and it even served as the first hotel in Hungary. At Pest Buda Bistro & Hotel, upscale modernity meets country-house comfort while maintaining an urban atmosphere in the historic building. Many people simply drop by for an evening meal at the hotel's restaurant, but those who stay at the quaint hotel have given it outstanding reviews for the helpful staff, charming atmosphere, and amazing location. Just a few minutes walk from the hotel gets you to the Buda Castle neighborhood where you'll find incredible food and famous sites and monuments such as the Royal Palace and the Mathias Church. Though the hotel only opened in 2016, you will feel the incredible history and energy as soon as you enter the hotel- a true gem in the hospitality industry.
Baltazár Budapest is a family owned boutique hotel located in the World Heritage Buda Castle district. While the hotel has a Hungarian Grill Restaurant and Wine Bar, the neighborhood around the hotel is one of the city's gastronomic hubs packed with unique cafes and restaurants. At the hotel's Baltazar Grill, you'll find a wonderful selection of meats, vegetarian options, and local wines, but for serious wine fans, the Wine Bar is where you want to be. This bar showcases the most authentic and high-quality wines from Central Europe and around the world. The history of this cozy hotel is quite interesting, as it began by coincidence when the owner stumbled across the building in search of a home for his family. This man always had a passion for design and the beautiful architecture of the building inspired him to build a dream hotel which over the years, transformed into a prestigious boutique hotel. Iconic artwork and vintage furniture fill the hotel and each room has it's own theme and style. Don't get too caught up in the beauty of the hotel because you'll get a spectacular panoramic view of the Danube while walking the historic streets of the Buda Castle. You will also come across famous monuments and historic landmarks such as the Royal Palace and the Mathias Church. This hotel gives you the comfort of home in a beautiful neighborhood to explore.
Bohem Art Hotel is located in the 5th district and was built in the 17th century. From 1884 to 1894, the building was owned by a famous proprietor, Manfréd Weiss. The Szénásy Írószer és Körzőgyár (stationery factory), which was built in 1903, was also in this building and the factory’s owner, Béla Szénásy, was a stationery wholesaler, the creator of Hungarian paper industry and trade, and the originator of the Budapest International Industry Fair. The factory was famous for its 1944 production of the Schutpasses which was the Swedish legation to protect the Jews during in the Second World War. The hotel has several services to make your stay as comfortable as possible including airport transfer, a cocktail bar, a deluxe buffet breakfast, laundry and ironing services, happy hours with free coffee, tea, and snacks, and flatscreen TVs with movies and international news channels. There are several rooms to choose from whether you come alone or with family or friends, each with its own character and unique artwork. From the moment you walk through the doors, you will understand that your stay at the Bohem Art Hotel is going to be a special experience.
The building that is now Casati Budapest Hotel is more than 200 years old and has been beautifully refurbished into a contemporary city gem. Top tourist sites, cafes, and pubs surround the hotel, making it easy to explore the historic city. The hotel has remained at the top of TripAdvisor since 2012 and is designed specifically for guests over the age of 14. Casati Budapest Hotel received a Green Hotel Award by the Hungarian Hotel Association in 2014 for its eco-friendly practices. They use recycled paper only, eco-friendly detergents, and led lighting throughout the majority of the hotel. Each morning you can enjoy a buffet breakfast full of fruits, vegetables, hot and cold dishes, and fresh pastries. The hotel has a fitness center, sauna, and cocktail bar, and all rooms come equipt with AC and top appliances. There are 25 uniquely designed rooms to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Outside, you will find a quiet, ivy-covered courtyard, also designed to be a great spot to relax any time of the day. This hotel is dedicated to giving you a cozy place to stay in Budapest and the staff work hard to assist you with anything that will make your stay more enjoyable.
Prestige Hotel Budapest is located in the heart of the city center and offers an exceptional combination of stunning architecture, a peaceful atmosphere, and amazing cuisine. The building itself was built in the 1860s for residential use and was later used as an office building. In 2004 the yards were demolished and in 2014, the hotel development began with plans to maintain the original values of the building while adding a modern and elegant style. The hotel officially opened its doors in April 2015. Today the rooms are filled with IPE Cavalli furniture, Swarovski crystal chandeliers, hand-painted English silk wallpapers, and premium quality Harlequin Leonida Velvet textiles. Inside the hotel, you will find huge open spaces and conference rooms, stylishly decorated down to the smallest details. You will also find one of the best restaurants, rated the 25th best restaurant in the world and the 5th restaurant in Budapest to receive the Michelin star award. The hotel restaurant, Costes Downtown, is run by celebrity chef Miguel Rocha Vieira who makes sure to give diners a world-class dining experience. Whether you are visiting Budapest for pleasure or business, Prestige Hotel Budapest will give you a warm place to call home during your stay. With friendly staff, several hotel services, and easy access to the city's top sites, you are sure to find the perfect amount of comfort and luxury at this hotel.