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Language: Hungarian | Currency: Forint (Ft) | Local time: (UTC+1:00) | Average flight time: 2 hrs
Stay right at the heart of Buda’s historical centre by checking into a hotel on Castle Hill, a UNESCO World Heritage site and Budapest’s star attraction.
Towering above the Danube River, the best hotels on Castle Hill enjoy spectacular views across the city, plus on-the-doorstep access to top museums and medieval treasures such as the old town and the Royal Palace.
You won’t find many cheap Budapest hotels in this sought-after neighbourhood, but if you’re after upmarket palatial or boutique hotels, this is the place to look.
With an excellent set of bars and restaurants and the city’s premier shopping street, lively Belváros is the neighbourhood to head to if you want to be right at the heart of the action.
Some of the best hotels in Budapest city centre are located here, alongside boutique shops, trendy cafés and stunning 19th-century architecture. Prices can be at the high end of the scale here and cheap hotels book up fast, so book well in advance to bag the best deals; use TravelSupermarket to compare the options and find the best-value stay.
For a taste of the country just a stone’s throw from the bustle of Budapest city centre, Buda is the place to stay.
Splash out and stay in one of the many boutique hotels in Budapest’s hills and you’ll be within easy reach of the entrances to the caves beneath them. Alternatively, check into a hotel in Óbuda, the oldest part of town, where you’ll find Roman ruins to explore.
If you’re in Budapest to party, you should check out the hotels in the Erzsébetváros neighbourhood, the city’s nightlife hub.
Whether it’s late-night cafés, wine bars, nightclubs or live music venues that float your boat, you’ll find them here – along with the liveliest after-dark atmosphere in the city. Hotels of all kinds are in plentiful supply in this nightlife district, but don’t expect any of them to be especially quiet.
If your trip to Budapest is more about daytime exploring than late-night pub-crawls, choose a hotel in the district of Lipótváros, the home of the city’s Parliament. Here, you’ll find some of Budapest’s best hotels, with many key sites within walking distance, including Hungary’s most important Catholic church, the Basilica of St Stephen.
The Lipótváros district is also within walking distance of Margaret Island, a green isle of sanctuary in the middle of the Danube, with a spacious public park that is open year round.