We have stayed twice at Hotel Gellért in Budapest, and the reason why we chose it again is, that it is connected to the beautiful Gellerth Thermal Bath, which means, that you can change clothes in your hotelroom, and go direktly to the bath. Very conviniant. Furthermore the hotel has a certain old atmosphere, calm and quiet, and a nice restaurant "Brasserie" at the first floor.
Some rooms needs restauration, but it is ongoing. Anyway everything is ok.
Be sure to rent a room with af view across Donau (Danubius). Its magnificent to get up in the morning, at look a the river and the city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Art Nouveau style Danubius Hotel Gellert first opened its doors in 1918, and has long been an iconic Budapest landmark that has even featured in Hollywood films. Its stately building, at the foot of the Gellert hill, also houses the world-famous Gellert Baths, which include an outdoor pool with the original wave-generating device installed in 1927. Over the years, some famous names have stayed at the Gellert – including American presidents and European royalty – and the hotel retains the elegant atmosphere of a bygone age. Guests can enjoy superb cuisine at the Panorama Restaurant or Gellert Brasserie, and take advantage of wellness treatments and medical programmes at the adjacent Gellert Baths. Furthermore, the hotel is the perfect base for exploring, located next to one of Budapest’s most beautiful bridges and a short walk from Pest’s Great Market Hall and shopping streets. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Danubius Hotel Budapest
- Hotel Gellert Budapest