26 May 2019 - 27 May 2019
2 guests - 1 room
There are many attractions in Budapest. Travellers come for the cuisine, the museums, the history, the nightlife, and the baths. A blend of old world and modern city life, Budapest is among the most popular vacation destinations in the world. It goes on the must-see list with Paris, London, and New York. You’ll have a hard time seeing all the sights in the city, so it's a good idea to compare high-end and cheap hotels in Budapest near some of your top destinations.
The Castle District is best known for its historical and cultural attractions. Trinity Square on Castle Hill attracts guests year-round, and there are hotels in Budapest nearby. The Old Town Hall of Buda located here possesses an amazing wine cellar. A tasting at the Hungarian House of Wines offers a full representation of Hungarian winemaking. Here are the best hotels in the Castle District.
1. The Buda Castle Fashion Hotel
This hotel is inside a fifteenth-century building in the heart of the Castle District. This boutique hotel in Budapest offers guests luxury lodging, dining, and airport shuttle services.
2. The Castle District Apartments
If you’re travelling on a tight budget and seeking cheap hotels in Budapest, the Castle District Apartments is a quality hotel in an amazing location. It's affordable and highly rated.
City Park’s Heroes’ Square in downtown Budapest is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Museum of Fine Arts has one of the best art collections in Europe and sits on the north end of the square. The Neo-Classicist Museum displays artefacts from Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Here's where to stay to be close to this cultural area.
1. EasyHotel Oktogon
This is a cheap hotel in Budapest located one mile from Heroes’ Square that offers clean rooms and a breakfast buffet.
2. The Opera-Garden Hotel & ApartmentsFor a luxury experience, the Opera-Garden Hotel & Apartments is a boutique hotel in Budapest. Rooms have been renovated to enhance the original qualities of the old building with modern amenities. Packages include health tourism, airport shuttle, candlelit dinner for two, and more custom options.
Budapest Airport (BUD) is about 12 miles southeast of the city centre or a 30-minute taxi ride. You can avoid the urban bustle by staying near the airport.
1. The Airport Hotel Budapest
A handy option for flyers, since it is just across the Ferihegy airport road from the terminals. It’s a mid-range 4-star hotel. There is a free five-minute shuttle to and from the airport, a bar and restaurant, a gym, a Jacuzzi, conference rooms, and electric car charging stations. This is a great choice when booking last-minute hotels in Budapest.
Budapest is home to one of the worlds’ most famous spas, the Gellert Baths. Or, you could stay in a spa hotel.
1. The Danubius Hotel Gellert
Though the mineral-rich and thermal-heated water is ancient, today the Danubius Hotel Gellert stands over the site. European royalty and U.S. presidents have stayed here. For being such a stately building and containing the medical spa, it’s among the affordable hotels in Budapest.
Even if you’re booking last-minute hotels in Budapest, it’s easy to find a great location with clean rooms and quality service by searching on our website. Search through our amenity list to ensure that you find a place that suits all of your needs.
I’m currently on my 8th day, and I have another 10 days left, and I’m not worried I’m going to run out of things to do. Yes, the weather hasn’t always been ideal, but the market and museums have made up for it. I urge you to go, grab a map and circle where you want to visit. It’s relatively cheap for attractions and objectively cheap for food and drink. Beautiful city. :)
Budapest is like taking a step back into time, it definitely feels like Eastern Europe with tall, looming buildings and giant windows. It is beautiful and welcoming.
An amazing city in so many ways. There’s loads of great culture here, but also some fantastic bars and restaurants. Plus it’s not super expensive.
This is where I started my trip from. Budapest has cheap connections with everywhere in Europe so you can fly here from Europe with Ryanair, Wizzair and other low-costers for as cheap as 10 euro one way. Also, Budapest is super developed, here you can stay in the great hotel, eat luxury food in Michelin restaurants for the last time before leaving to more "hard-core" countries in Balkans.