H-1077 Budapest, Baross tér 15.
Tel:+36 1 461 3010
Fax:+36 1 343 2770
Our Guests Say:
Meet my standard. This is my second time.
All the staff here are excellent, very helpful and all seem to speak perfect English.
Staff was excellent, kind and helping. Room was tidy and clean. This hotel is the perfect choice of it's price range.
Its length is just 202 metres (short in comparison to the 1500-metres span of the Árpád bridge in northern Budapest) and there is a pedestrian part, running parallel to the motorway. The designer was Englishman William Tierney Clark, whose Marlow Bridge spans across the Thames in Marlow, England. The four stone lions were created in 1852. The bridge was destroyed in 1945, to be rebuilt in 1949. The bridge is regularly closed on summer weekends, giving home to festivities and markets.
Public Transport: Metro to Deák Square, then walk to the Danube bank