5 5 Star:
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- A range of spa facilities
- Ideal for exploring Budapest at your leisure
- Be sure to visit the Corso restaurant during your stay
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Stay at the 5* InterContinental – Budapest hotel and experience the convenience of being in one of the most prestigious areas in the capital. Stroll along the picturesque Danube Promenade and Chain Bridge, visit the splendid Royal Palace or marvel at the creativity of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Each room at the beautiful InterContinental – Budapest hotel is stylishly furnished and decorated to the highest of standards. Guest rooms include cable/satellite TV, a stereo, a mini bar/fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi internet access, a private bathroom and individually controlled air-conditioning.
Enjoy a delicious Hungarian meal from a varied menu at the exquisite Corso restaurant before sitting back with a cool glass of wine at the Corso Bar and Terrace. Guests can relax at the hotel’s deluxe spa, before making full use of the pool, steam bath and sauna facilities. The hotel also includes an on-site health and fitness centre, a beauty salon and a babysitting service.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Concierge Desk
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Treatment Rooms
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3482 reviews
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Great location and fantastic view
Stay Date: 11/2017, M1DXB wrote this review.
At check-in, we were asked if we wanted to pay for an upgrade to a room with a river view, and we accepted, which was a good move, because the view from our 9th-floor room was excellent. The room was spacious and clean, and comfortable. During the … See more
At check-in, we were asked if we wanted to pay for an upgrade to a room with a river view, and we accepted, which was a good move, because the view from our 9th-floor room was excellent. The room was spacious and clean, and comfortable. During the first night, I could not get to sleep for a while because of a loud droning noise and a noise like a squeaky fan: this might have been the air-conditioning, but we had the fans switched off. The next morning, I got an email asking if everything was OK with the room and offering to attend to any problems that day, so I replied that there was a noise and asked if there was a plant room above our room: unfortunately, I got no reply. If I had not received the email, I may or may not have reported the noise at the desk (we were on a short break and I didn't really want to waste time), but to be asked and then have my reply ignored was irritating! I used earplugs for the succeeding nights. One day, the maid did not leave any tea in our room, and we went out to ask her for some, but she brusquely replied "no breakfast tea!" and walked away; we called room service and got some within a few minutes. Otherwise, the staff were all very nice and helpful. The breakfast buffet is extensive, with a good variety of offerings, including cereals, a hot buffet, Hungarian specialties, omelettes made to order, etc., and the restaurant has good views over the Danube to the Palace and the Matthias Church. We had drinks in the bar on Friday night, and were entertained by a piano player and a singer. Drink prices are what you might expect in a hotel of this sort, but drinks were accompanied by a generous serving of nibbles. The hotel is in a good location for exploring central Budapest. A short walk over the Chain Bridge leads to the Castle Ridge (go early if you want to take the funicular up the hill, or be prepared to stand in line for a while!), and the Parliament building is five minutes walk along the riverside. City tour buses stop in the square in front of the hotel and boat trips leave from docks a short distance in the other direction. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, sebhunziker wrote this review.
Service - Cons & Pros: During the check-in, we were very disappointed by the service as the employee (Timea) was not friendly, nor welcoming at all. Luckily for us, we checked out with Gabor Toth and he was the opposite. Really friendly, charming, an… See more
Service - Cons & Pros: During the check-in, we were very disappointed by the service as the employee (Timea) was not friendly, nor welcoming at all. Luckily for us, we checked out with Gabor Toth and he was the opposite. Really friendly, charming, and kind. If only we had checked in with him, it would have been perfect! Location - Pros: The hotel is amazingly well situated right by the Danube. The view is gorgeous and you can see some of the main monuments of Budapest. On top, it is walking distance from many shops, restaurants, and the Budapest eye (Giant Wheel). Breakfast - Pros: We had the complete breakfast (you can also choose continental breakfast or a la carte), and it was great. Plenty of choices from salty to sweet food. You have an egg station where you can order omelette, and a Chinese food station. Very complete and all you can eat with good quality of food. Rooms - Pros: We requested connecting rooms, and they granted our request. The rooms were big enough and clean with an amazing view on the Danube (see picture). I highly recommend this place for short stays (and long) as everything seemed to be around. Collapse
Bus Station Atmosphere
Stay Date: 11/2017, LoyaltyLobby wrote this review.
This hotel seems to be doing brisk busines with the river tour companies that take over the lobby at times. The rooms look like no one had touched them for a quarter of a century. Not appropriate for InterContinental branded hotel. More of a Holiday… See more
This hotel seems to be doing brisk busines with the river tour companies that take over the lobby at times. The rooms look like no one had touched them for a quarter of a century. Not appropriate for InterContinental branded hotel. More of a Holiday Inn feel. Like the decor of the club lounge and the views from there. The evening canapes and hot items are by request. Royal Ambassador treatment and upgrades leave lot to be desired. Collapse
Wonderful Sunday Brunch
Stay Date: 11/2017, bippitt wrote this review.
Booked ahead and got a great table for a birthday treat, Had a great view to Buda Palace and Danube. Amazing array of food and plentiful champagne, etc. Definitely recommend, but go hungry and expect to take a nap afterwards.
Booked ahead and got a great table for a birthday treat, Had a great view to Buda Palace and Danube. Amazing array of food and plentiful champagne, etc. Definitely recommend, but go hungry and expect to take a nap afterwards. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, TLin009 wrote this review.
We were delighted to find that we could walk everywhere into the old city , or take the trolley bus. As we were just opposite the Castle District across the Chain Bridge, we could walk across & explore the area which has lots to see & do. As it w… See more
We were delighted to find that we could walk everywhere into the old city , or take the trolley bus. As we were just opposite the Castle District across the Chain Bridge, we could walk across & explore the area which has lots to see & do. As it was a wet cold day &night, we decided to eat in and the Restaurant was amazingly reasonable for its culinary standard.? The daily breakfast is complete with great variety of fruit, cheeses , fantastic selection of breads, hot & cold dishes even a small corner of Asian Congee. Unfortunately our room had no view to speak off & again same complaint only one luggage stand & my bag had to be put on top of the coffee table. On the whole we are quite happy with the Hotel although I wonder if I would have paid the price. Collapse
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