The beauty of Budapest is undeniable, from the Danube riverfront to the elegant historical buildings. From our centrally located hotel is an array of opportunities to explore the past and discover the present, including art museums, boutique shopping and historic landmarks such as Vorosmarty Square and Chain Bridge.
The Hungarian National Museum houses the nation’s most important collection of historical relics in the impressive neoclassical building, purpose built in 1847.
Contact: +36 1 338 2122 | Distance: 3.3 km / 9 minutes by taxi | Website
Museum Of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts displays the treasures of international and Hungarian art spanning from ancient times to the end of the eighteenth century, while its large-scale temporary exhibitions attract hundreds of thousands of visitors. After the most comprehensive reconstruction project in its history, the museum re-opened at the end of 2018. Thanks to the modernization, the Museum of Fine Arts now satisfies twenty-first-century requirements for collection care and visitor engagement.
Contact: +36 1 469 7100 | Distance: 3.4 km / 10 minutes by taxi | Website
Hungarian State Opera House – Currently under renovation, to be open in 2020!
The Opera House is considered to be amongst the best in the world in terms of its acoustic and it is housed in one of the most beautiful Neo-Renaissance buildings in Europe. Insider Tip: you can tour the building during the day and learn about its gorgeous architecture as well as enjoy a world-class performance in the evening. Until the reopening of the Opera House, the second venue of the Hungarian State Opera, the Erkel Theatre welcomes its audience and fans of opera, ballet and classical music.
Contact: +36 1 814 7100 | Distance: 1 km / 5 minutes by taxi | Website
Trafo House Of Contemporary Arts
A contemporary, multifunctional arts center with regular exhibits, music & experimental theater performances housed in a building that used to be the electrical transformer station for south Pest, hence the name Trafó.
Contact: +36 1 215 1600 | Distance: 3.2 km / 15 minutes by taxi | Website
The Unesco World Heritage Castle District is a kilometer-long limestone plateau towering above the Danube. It contains Budapest’s medieval monuments such as the Royal Palace, Budapest Historical Museum, the National Gallery, the Fishermen’ Bastion.
Contact: +36 1 458 3000 | Distance: 2.8 km / 14 minutes by taxi | Website
The Chain Bridge was the first permanent stone-bridge connecting Pest and Buda. It is known as one of the most symbolic landmarks of Budapest offering beautiful views of both sides of the city.
The Great Synagogue (also known as Dohány Street Synagogue) is the largest Synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world. It is among the top visited sights in the city and also organizing tours to the Jewish district that are depart from the synagogue to discover the hidden secrets of the city
Contact: +36 1 317 2754 | Distance: 650 m / 8 minutes by walking | Website
St. Stephan Basilica
St Stephen’s Basilica of Budapest is one of the most beautiful and significant churches and touristic attractions of the country. Its historical heritage and architectural value make it one of the most favorite sites in the city. The spacious plaza in front of the cathedral is surrounded by cafes and restaurants making it a lively, central location.
Contact: +36 1 311 08 39 | Distance: 600 m / 5 minutes by walking | Website
Located at the end of Andrássy Avenue, Heroes’ Square is an open plaza with a 40 m high column in the middle that draws the eye. It serves as the entrance to the City Park as well it is one of the top emblematic and most photographed sights of Budapest.
One of Europe's oldest legislative buildings and the largest building in Hungary stretches between Chain Bridge and Margaret Bridge on the Pest bank of the Danube. It draws your attention from almost every riverside point. The Castle Hill on the opposite bank offers amazing panorama of it.
Contact: +36 1 441 4000 | Distance: 1.6 km / 7 minutes by taxi | Website
Vajdahunyad Castle is perhaps the most eminent piece of romantic historicism in Hungary. Today the castle is home to the Museum of Agriculture and gives home to many events and festivals through the year. It provides amazing scenery to the city park lake in the summer and the ice-rink in the winter.
Contact: +36 1 422 0765 | Distance: 3.5 km / 17 minutes by taxi | Website
An elegant avenue, similar to Parisian boulevards, that connects the inner city with Heroes’ Square and City Park. Andrassy Avenue is lined with cafes, restaurants and luxury shops. It also gives home to the Opera House and grandiose palaces.
Fashion street is located in the heart of Budapest’s downtown and considered as the favorite spot for shopping among both locals and tourists. Conveniently it is located right behind The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest.
Váci Street is the most renowned pedestrian shopping street of Budapest. It features a large number of restaurants and shops catering primarily to the tourist market.
Distance: 300 m / 4 minute by walking
Great Market Hall
The largest and oldest indoor market in Budapest, located at the end of the famous pedestrian shopping street, Váci Street. It is an architectural treasure trove of fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, fish and culinary delicacies.
Contact: +36 1 366 3300 | Distance: 2.2 km / 10 minutes by taxi | Website
Budapest has four casinos with more than 133 slots and gaming machines. The closest one to the hotel is Tropicana, Las Vegas Casino located minutes away from the hotel.
Contact: +36 1 366 3300 | Distance: 450 m / 5 minutes by walking | Website
Sightseeing Danube Cruises
One of the best was to enjoy the magnificent, scenic river flowing through the city is to embark on sightseeing cruise. There are many options to choose from to admire the beauty of the Danube. It can be a relaxing daytime cruise or an evening one accompanied by dinner and dancing beneath the stars.
Széchenyi Baths (built in 1913) is the most visited and much praised attraction in the city of spas. It is one of the grandest baths in Budapest, located in the City Park and giving plenty to do in the area besides enjoying the healing waters of the spa.
Contact: +36 1 363 3210 | Distance: 3.8 km / 12 minutes by taxi | Website
Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden
It’s fun for the whole family and a must-see attraction when visiting the city with kids. It’s one of the oldest zoos in the world, and its extensive green patches, leafy groves, remarkable plants and flowers make the place a refreshing sanctuary within the bustling city.
Contact: +36 1 273 4900 | Distance: 3.5 km / 12 minutes by taxi | Website