Excellent!!! Friendly and great location in a beautiful city and a wonderful staff !, I would... See full review
Sep 8, 2014
Great location,great staff surprise fireworks
We arrived at 10 am and were able to check in early which was a real plus. There is an executive... See full review
Feb 3, 2014
Business hotel with scenic river views in Budapest city centre
Travelers looking to explore vibrant Budapest stay in the ideally located accommodations of Budapest Marriott Hotel. The hotel situated in Budapest city center, a few steps away Danube River and within convenient distance to local attractions and thriving local business hubs. Ideal for business or leisure trips, Marriott Hotel Budapest offers top-of-the-line meeting facilities, 24-hour business center, currency exchange, limousine service, wireless Internet access, airport transfer, and parking (fees apply). After a busy day out, vacationers have refreshing cocktails or espresso at AQVA Lounge Bar or sample creatively prepared Hungarian-Mediterranean cuisines at Peppers! Mediterranean Grill restaurant on site. Recreation facilities on site include world-class fitness center, whirlpool, sauna and solarium.
3 Reasons To Stay
Close to must-see Budapest landmarks and shopping destinations
Extensive meeting facilities, lavishly appointed rooms with views of the Danube
Budapest Marriott Hotel welcomes travellers to 362 spacious and stylish contemporary rooms with plush fixtures and amenities such as cable/satellite LCD TV, mini bar, safe deposit box, air conditioning, iron/board, hairdryer and private bathroom. Suites with separate sitting area are also on offer.
Things To Do
Budapest Congress & World Trade Center (1.3 mi/2.2 km)
Royal Palace (0.5 mi/807 m)
Historical Museum of Budapest (0.4 mi/712 m)
St. Stephen's Basilica (0.4 mi/745 m)
The Great Synagogue (0.4 mi/775 m)
State Opera House (0.6 mi/1.1 km)
Budapest Zoo & Botanical Garden (2.1 mi/3.4 km)
Budapest Sports Arena (2.6 mi/4.3 km)
Recommendations for you
Customers who viewed Budapest Marriott Hotel also booked these hotels.
In the heart of Budapest a new dining sensation is born out of the warmth of the local hospitality, spice of the regional Paprika and the heat of the open kitchen. Our contemporary restaurant combines urban design with the best Hungarian produce.
AQVA Lounge Bar
Relax in our stylish AQVA lounge and enjoy the cool vibes and chilled music of one of the most unique bars in Budapest. We serve tapas-style food, pepper dips, cocktails and an amazing selection of mineral waters sourced from all around the world.
The Lobby Café is an ideal meeting point in Budapest and will cater to any sweet tooth with a cake buffet that is open daily between noon and 10 p.m. Relax and unwind, or meet with friends before heading out to explore the city.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
I live in Slovakia, temporarily and teach English, (I am a missionary and will go home this year), so for a nice weekend getaway I love to come to Budapest. My first time there I stayed at the Budapest Marriott - the view was so incredible that I
slept with my window curtains open all night just so I could enjoy the view when I woke up. Now, I can not imagine staying anywhere else! The service is excellent of course and the food is delicious. The prices for internet and food are quite expensive so I don't eat there unless I get a deal with breakfast included and the internet I try for just one hour a day. Anyway, I love this hotel and I love Budapest - it is the perfect location to see all the sights on both sides of the beautiful Danube!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Do take the Hop on/Hop off bus on your first day if you can and are new to the city. It helps you to plan the rest of your time very well. My favorite sites are the Market Hall down by Freedom Bridge and the Buda hills from the museum to Fisherman's Bastion - it's all good!