The Hungarian capital is a beautiful city that stretches along both banks of the Danube River. In 2013, Condé Nast Traveler ranked it as the second best city in the world to live in. Budapest is full of museums, parks, monuments and fantastic architecture, including the famous riverside parliament building and some stunning spas. The city has a vibrant art scene and also benefits from a wide range of dining options, from chic cafés to cool bars and grand restaurants, and it is a fantastic base for exploring Hungary.
Hotel Rum is a boutique hotel, housed in a historic building in the centre of Budapest. Bedrooms are categorised by rum varieties such as ‘light rum’, ‘spiced rum’ and ‘black rum’. There is also a Southeast Asian restaurant called Urban Tiger, and a rooftop bar. Complimentary Wi-FI internet access is available throughout the hotel.
Adina Apartment Hotel
Well located in the heart of historic Budapest, this comfortable hotel is close to many of the main sights and attractions of Hungary’s capital. Guests have access to excellent in-room facilities including cable TV, a mini-bar and air-conditioning whilst the hotel also offers a gym, pool, and massage service.
Blending the sumptuous decor of royal Budapest with the five star comfort of a modern hotel, the Corinthia Hotel boasts luxurious facilities including a classic spa area with steam baths, hot tubs, mud baths and an indoor swimming pool. There are also three restaurants, a lobby bar and a cafe.
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