The centrally-located Lánchíd 19 at the foot of the royal Buda Castle was named after the famous Chain Bridge and is a contemporary highlight in an environment that is dominated by 19th century architecture. This contrast also reflects the position of Budapest between past and future. This design hotel on the banks of the Danube offers a superb view of Budapest’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites; a unique visual experience. The 48 rooms are individually furnished and grant a one-of-a-kind view of the Pest riverside or the Buda castle. Guests in the restaurant can expect upscale Hungarian and international cuisine. The cafe and bar in the quiet and lush courtyard invites guests to enjoy quiet moments in the Danube metropolis.
The three 40 sqm Panorama Suites with floor-to-ceiling windows provide a glorious view of the Danube and the castle. All those needing even more inspiration can stroll onto the suite’s private terrace which features an incomparable panoramic view in the evenings.
Multi-award winning design hotel on the banks of the Danube with breathtaking views of the city of Budapest and Buda Castle.
There are good reasons why the Hungarian capital is known as the Paris of the East. The wide boulevards, shady parks and a harmonious mixture of architectural styles from different eras are indeed reminiscent of the French capital. Budapest is situated on a gentle bend of the Danube, which divides the city into hilly Buda with its romantic old quarter and bustling Pest, which with its grandiose boulevards has rather more of a 19th century feel to it.