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All reviews four seasons hotel art nouveau chain bridge insurance company apartment building beautiful building well worth the visit danube river evesham interior ironwork herend splendor era castle szechenyi sculptures
Visited for a one-night escape and this was the most beautiful experience in Budapest! Unique and gorgeous building, extra friendly and attentive staff at every level, super room with stunning wiev to the Castle, Chain Bridge and Danube!
A definite stop on the banks of the Danube. The interior is a wonder in Art Deco touches and over the lobby, with a gorgeous Chihuly chandelier evocative of the era. The hotel serves high tea but we stopped for drinks after dinner at the...More
This hotel is worth the money.
I was traveling with just myself and 2 children.
It is across the street from the chain bridge.
You can walk to the river cruise and the shopping area, Budapest eye, st. Stephens basilica square.
It is also close...More
Discover the Inner City along the banks of the Danube, with its fashionable shops and iconic buildings. The Inner-City Parish Church and St. Stephen’s Basilica stand out as two of the finest examples of architecture in the area. If you are still hunting for more historical treats, then the ruins of the medieval city walls on Kecskeméti Utca are a must-visit while the Soviet War Memorial is also worthy of attention
and relevant to Hungary’s more recent history. If shopping is on your itinerary, then be prepared: the market squares in this area are an absolute delight, particularly during the Christmas period, but even throughout the year you’ll find the latest trends in the shops on Vaci Utca.
Response from Krakow_55 | Reviewed this property |
You're on the doorstep of many attractions and can fit the Parliament and Iron Shoes plus Fisherman's Steps easily.
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Travel Forum Posts
Budapest Brunch??? (3 Replies)
Hi I'm going to be in Budapest this weekend I was planing on going to the Brunch in our hotel (intercontinental) is this a decent decision? I'm look for one with a good range of food but at the same time provides some sparkling wine. Am I correct to assume the Gresham Palace does not include drinks??
January 15, 2015|
in late november the 4 seasons gresham did indeed supply sparkling wine and soft drinks we have done the meridien twice the corinthia 3 times and the gresham once and they are all fabulous in different ways and all very reasonable at around £22 -$30 a head I think the corinthia has the biggest variety the meridien the best deserts and the gresham is pure class but the smallest in range and hot food the choice is yours ps sorry havent been to the inter continental for brunch...More
Recent experience with guide and/or tours (3 Replies)
Unless I'm missing something (which is likely) I haven't seen any recent postings recommending specific guides or tours in Budapest. We're only going to be there for a weekend from Mar. 29-31, so we don't have much time. Does anyone have experience with a particular English speaking guide or tour that they want to share? We'd also welcome contact info for a driver to pick us up from the airport (and if that person worked as a guide as well, all the better). Restaurant recommendations would...More
March 10, 2008|
good restuarant close to your hotel is the boat Cafe Spoon.
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Breakfast near the Gresham Palace (6 Replies)
Hi, I am staying 4 days in Budapest in the Gresham Palace but do not want their expensive breakfast. Is there a good nearby place to enjoy a good breakfast? Thanks! CMR
August 01, 2013|
I would second the Gerloczy as a legendary place for breakfast, brunch,lunch, and dinner out of interest what does a brekkie cost in the gresham? cheers tony