This amazing Secret Hotel, on the Buda side close to Castle Hill, is set in the heart of one of Buda’s most picturesque and historical areas. The hotel strives to provide you with a comfortable, luxurious and convenient stay, offering tons of useful services and fantastic facilities. The 24 hour reception is there to help you with whatever you could need, while also providing private parking, theatre reservations and room service. Each room is designed to offer you the most relaxing and enjoyable experience with many great features such as high-speed internet access, a plasma flat screen TV and en-suite bathrooms with a bath tub in every room. Whether visiting on business or pleasure, with family, friends or a romantic getaway for two this Secret Hotel accommodates for all and is the perfect option.
The hotel also benefits from it amazing location just moments from Castle Hill on the Buda Side of the Danube. Castle Hill is home to many of Budapest’s best sights and most popular attractions, including the Royal Palace. The original Gothic style Palace was destroyed by the Christian Army in 1686, and the newer Baroque Palace that stands today began in 1715 and continued to be expanded over many years now stretching over 304 meters with many different wings that now house, The National Gallery and the Budapest History Museum, where you can discover amazing pieces of art and artefacts that map the fascinating history of Hungary and it’s amazing capital, Budapest.
Nearby Gellert Hill is a must see area when on a visit to Budapest. The area is home to some of Budapest’s famous thermal baths as well as cosy coffee houses and charming winding streets. However it is most famous for absolutely breath taking views that can be found atop the hill, take in the views of whole city and the vastness of the Danube River and don’t miss out on a great photo opportunity.
Take a stroll down the scenic and romantic banks of the Danube and take in the beauty of this magnificent river and it’s surroundings. Visit the Szechenyi Chain Bridge, the first bridge built that crosses the Hungarian portion of the Danube, constructed in 1849 it is now one of Budapest’s major landmarks. Enjoy the walk across this stunning bridge, see the amazing views of the river and both sides of the city as well as being a great way to get to both the Buda and Pest sides, allowing you to benefit from all of the amazing sights and activities that Hungary’s capital has to offer.