Shopping in the pedestrian area "Váci utca", as well as many key sights, trendy restaurants and famous cafés are within easy walking distance, due to the unbeatable location next to the State Opera House. The “Opera” underground station is just outside the hotel.
Nearby sights & attractions:
State Opera House (Magyar Állami Operaház)
Right next to the hotel is the most impressive Budapest Opera House. Enjoy an evening performance of first class music or if you are not a big fan of Opera you can take the guided tour through this most remarkable neo-renaissance style building.
A pleasurable 5-minute walk down Andrássy Boulevard brings you to Liszt Square, a lively and charming square with plenty of trendy bars, cafés and bistros.
Post Office Museum (Postai és Távközlési Múzeum)
An interesting exhibition and journey through the history of Hungarian mail with documents and objects dating back to bygone times. Located on Andrássy Boulevard, a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent István-bazilika)
On your way to Budapest’s pedestrian zone with its famous Váci utca, the largest church in Budapest with its magnificent cupola is only a 5-minute walk from the hotel.
Chain Bridge (Széchenyi Lánchíd)
The famous suspension bridge is also within easy walking distance, approximately 10/15 minutes walking distance from the hotel. It is one of the best known and beautiful bridges in the city, uniting the Pest with the Buda side.
The Great Synagogue
The largest synagogue in Europe is located in Dohány Street, a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
Heroes Square (Hõsök tere)
This grand and impressive square can be easily reached from the hotel within a 10/15 minute walk. Surrounded by two museums and with the Millennium Monument as its focal point, you can follow Hungarian history and art through the ages.
Palace of Arts (Műcsarnok)
The second museum located on the square, showing seasonal contemporary exhibitions.
Museum of Fine Arts (Szépmûvészeti Múzeum)
The Museum of Fine Arts on Heroes’ Square is the largest fine arts museum in Hungary.