For a truly luxurious experience of Budapest with every opulent five star feature imaginable, then this is the perfect hotel for you. The hotel offers a plethora of amazing services and facilities to ensure a sumptuously comfortable and wonderfully deluxe experience, such as airport shuttle and limousine services, valet parking and a hotel gift shop. Each room is not only chic and stylish but is also packed with useful and lavish features, delightfully comfortable beds and deluxe en-suite bathrooms with under floor heating. Or treat yourself to a massage or one the of the many other treatments available at the hotel’s own spa, sit back and relax in the sauna or take a dip in the indoor swimming pool. This secret hotel is your perfect choice for true experience!
This amazing five star hotel also benefits from being in close proximity to a number Budapest’s best and most beautiful historic sights and landmarks. Visit the visually stunning and historically fascinating, Matthius Church, located in the heart of Buda’s castle district. The original foundations for the church were built in 1015 and the gothic building that stands today was constructed in the 14th century and restored in the 19th century. This beautiful church is steeped in history as well as being the second largest church of the medieval area of Buda. Inside the church you will have many wonderful things to discover, including the gorgeous colourful décor that was found in the original stone work of the building as well as original frescoes on the walls by Bertalan Székely and Károly Lotz, two of Hungary’s most influential painters of their era.
Also nearby the hotel and not to be missed when on a visit to Budapest is the The Halászbástya or Fisherman’s Bastion, this neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque terrace is located on the Buda bank of the river Danube on the Castle Hill, see stunning panoramic views of the Danube, Pest, Gellért Hill and Margaret Island from the terrace or climb one of the seven towers that stand as tribute to the seven Magyar tribes that in 896 settled in the Carpathian Basin. The Fisherman’s Bastion was named after the guild of fisherman that defended the city walls during the Middle Ages, enjoy the breath taking architecture, explore the seven towers and the walking paths and the imposing bronze statue of Stephen I of Hungary, the first King of Hungary.