This luxury boutique hotel in Budapest, in the heart of the city, gives you pure five star luxury and amazing deluxe features and facilities that include private parking, theatre reservations, and city tours to ensure you get the most out of your visit to Budapest. The stunning rooms are packed full with luxury features that give you a truly opulent home from home feeling with your own private kitchen and dining area, deluxe bathrooms and gloriously comfortable beds. This Secret Hotel perfectly combines five star style and indulgence while allowing you to see all the best sights of the city with its fantastic central location.
Situated near Moszkva Square you can benefit from the great travel links that will take you all around the city, on buses, trams and the metro. Just moments from the hotel is the historically fascinating and visually stunning Matthias Church, meaning the Church of Our Lady. Construction of this magnificent gothic church began in 1015 and the northern tower still preserves parts of the original building. Explore the interior the church to discover its unique ambiance, with opulent and colourful décor, featuring frescoes by well known Hungarian artists such as Bertalan Székely and Károly Lotz. The intriguing crypt and the treasure house are also not to be missed.
Near the Matthias Church, sitting on top of the old city fortress walls is the legendary Fishermen’s Bastion, given the title after the fishermen’s guild that defended the castle walls in the Middle Ages. Take in the breath taking panoramas of the River Danube, and the entire Pest side of the city from the terrace and climb the seven towers that symbolise the seven Magyar tribes that settled in 896 in the Carpathian Basin, or take a stroll around the scenic walking paths and see the spectacular statue of the first king of Hungary, Stephen I.
The Castle Hill area of Budapest is arguably one of its most picturesque and beautiful areas, as well as being home to many of the best attractions and sights in the city. The Buda Castle is one of the most recognisable monuments of Hungary’s capital and stretching over 300 metres this spectacular Baroque palace is now home to a couple of the greatest museums in the country, The Budapest History Museum and The National Gallery, discover the history of this amazing city through art works and artefacts dating back to medieval times.