For luxury and quality, this contemporary, stylish hotel in the city centre is the perfect option. Every room is trendy and chic and features brand new modern facilities, such as free Internet access, air conditioning and LCD TVs. The hotel also offers many brilliant services and amenities to make your stay as comfortable and convenient as possible, with airport transfers, private and valet parking as well as city tours available from the hotel in addition to it’s ideal city centre location allowing you to be on the doorstep of Budapest’s best historical, business and shopping districts. All you have to worry about is how to have the best time in this vibrant and beautiful city.
Budapest is home to so many breath taking and beautiful sights, from the natural beauty of the Danube to the stunning architecture scene all around the city. Nearby the hotel is the iconic Hungarian Parliament building, built in 1896 due to a national call for representation and inspired by London’s house of parliament, this magnificent building stretches over 268 metres along the embankments on the Pest side of the Danube. The neo-gothic architecture makes it a truly spectacular monument with it’s outstanding turrets and arches, when Parliament is not in session you can explore the large halls and see the 96 meter tall central dome from inside. Tours are available regularly to learn the history and the inner workings of this important building.
To learn more about Budapest’s fascinating history, visit the beautiful Matthius Church. This wonderful church is rich in history, with it’s original foundations constructed in 1015 and today’s gothic building was built in the 14th century, then restored in the 19th Century. As well as being stunning from the outside, you can also discover the beauty within with colourful and opulent decoration that were revealed from the original stone work and frescoes by some of Hungary’s most famous painters of their time such as Bertalan Székely and Károly Lotz.
Budapest is also well known for its delicious food and traditional Hungarian cuisine. Hungarian food is most famous for its mouth-watering goulash spiced with locally produced paprika but there is so much more on offer, rich and creamy dishes and tasty vegetarian meals. For tasty and traditional Hungarian fare visit, Bagolyvár, or Owl’s Nest in English, was opened in 1913 in a beautiful Transylvanian-style cottage and a charming garden near the Budapest Zoo.