Budapest has no shortage of lodging options, but the question is which one will be suitable for YOUR needs. Finding a happy place when searching for Budapest accommodation can be quite tricky if you don’t know some inside travel tips.
For starters, the public transport system is excellent in Budapest, from trains to bus transfers, to taxis. If you don’t feel like exploring on foot, you can rent all forms, shapes, and sizes in a 2-wheel transport from across the city.
In terms of location, a room with a view of the Danube river is the cherry on the cake. And even better if you stay on the Pest side, because not only is it near to most sightseeing attractions but you also have a view of the Buda castle on the other side of the river.
Budapest accommodation varies from sheer luxury to the basics. Whatever your need, this glorious city has it all.
Enjoy a view of the famous Chain Bridge while being only 800 m from St Stephen’s Basilica.
If you still can’t find what you are looking for, the below hotel map is a great tool to find places to stay in Budapest. With quick price tags, the map helps to plan a budget-friendly holiday in Budapest.
The hotel was intended to be a glass-roofed neoclassical shopping arcade, designed by the same architect who designed the Hungarian National Museum, namely Mihay Pollack. The original 1817-building was almost completely demolished and got a brand new look by 1913. It survived World War I and II but suffered severe damage from the 1956 revolution.
Today Párisi Udvar (or “Paris Court”) is a combination of Art Deco, Neo-Gothic, Moorish, and Art Nouveau details, stunning ceramic, metal, and wood ornamentation, exquisite glass domes, turrets, tiled façade, and gargoyles.