Booking Agent Description: Set on the busy Rembrandt Square in the centre of Amsterdam, this pet-friendly, 4-star hotel with its beautifully-preserved Art Deco interior is ideally located for visitors wishing to explore the city. You'll be within walking distance of popular museums and galleries such as the Jewish Historical Museum, the Museum Van Loon and Anne Frank’s House. The hotel contains an excellent brasserie, along with meeting spaces and conference facilities for business visitors.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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This four star hotel is situated conveniently in the heart of Budapest. With in-room air conditioning, cable television and mini-bar, you’ll have no problem relaxing when you return from exploring the capital. Each guest room is also fitted with an en-suite, to ensure you feel right at home. On-site facilities include free internet access, safety deposit boxes and a gift shop. For those visiting Budapest for business, there are conference rooms with audio/visual equipment available for use. If you’re seeking leisure during your stay, the hotel also has a fitness centre, a sauna, and an indoor pool. There is even a masseuse on hand, who’ll be sure to help you unwind.
The surrounding area, of the nicest green hotel in Budapest, hosts many of the city’s finest attractions. Gelert Hill is not far from the hotel, and you’ll be rewarded with a stunning panoramic view if you make it to the summit – be sure to take a camera! Many visitors to the city also choose to take a guided tour around the castle district. This area is rich in history, which you can discover while admiring it’s scenic beauty. Or why not visit Heroes Square? The World heritage site where the Millennium Memorial stands. From here you can visit the Museum of Fine Arts, and enjoy some of Hungary’s most celebrated art.
Many visit the capital for a unique shopping experience, which is not surprising. The central market hall contains an abundance of stalls, each offering authentic Hungarian produce. This is the perfect place to purchase souvenirs, and you’ll even get the chance to sample some traditional cuisine. Alternatively, you can visit Budapest’s main shopping street, Váciutca. Here, you’ll find a line of designer boutiques and chic cafes; the area is brimming with style and has a great atmosphere. If you’re visiting with children, then you’ll have no problem keeping them entertained; the city park offers several attractions including a zoo and an amusement park.
In the evening you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to fine dining. Budapest has a plethora of celebrated restaurants, many of which have won awards for their exquisite cuisine. For the wine connoisseur, there are plenty of opportunities to sample some vintage Hungarian wine, which is unique in flavour. After your repast, you may wish to indulge in the city’s thriving nightlife. There are many bars and clubs to choose from, which play an array of music – from jazz and blues, to classical, there’s something for everyone.