Dorothea Hotel, Budapest, Autograph Collection

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Dorottya utca 2 Budapest 1051

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€209.00
03/06/2024 – 08/31/2024

Need dates

  • 07/19/202408/31/2024
  • 10/14/202411/30/2024

Ratings

Hotelstars Union
5

Amenities

Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box

Facilities

  • Casino
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities

AV capabilities

  • AV equipment
  • High speed internet
  • Onsite AV staff

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Tennis courts

Venue accessibility

  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Equipment

  • Staging area

Getting Here

Liszt Ferenc International Airport: 25 km International river cruise docking stations: 2 km Keleti Railway Station: 3 km

Parking

  • Paid parking
  • Valet parking

Distance from airport

  • 13.05 mi. from venue

Dorothea Hotel, Budapest, Autograph Collection Meeting Space

Total meeting space3,068 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms3
Largest room2,497 sq. ft.
Second largest room323 sq. ft.
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Total guest rooms216

Local Attractions

Vörösmarty Square

Historical landmark
2 minutes away
Vörösmarty Square (Vörösmarty tér) is one of the main and most famous squares in Budapest, Hungary. It is located in the heart of the city, in the district known as Pest. Here are some notable features and aspects of Vörösmarty Square: Cafes and Restaurants: The square is surrounded by numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops, making it a lively area for locals and tourists alike. It's a great place to relax, enjoy a meal, or grab a coffee. Vigadó Concert Hall: Just a short walk from the square is the Vigadó Concert Hall, an elegant building along the Danube Promenade that hosts various cultural events, including concerts and performances. Proximity to the Danube River: Vörösmarty Square is not far from the Danube River, and it's a good starting point for exploring other landmarks in Budapest, such as the Chain Bridge and the Buda Castle.

St. Stephen's Basilica

Historical landmark
9 minutes away
St. Stephen's Basilica, or Szent István-bazilika in Hungarian, is a prominent and iconic Roman Catholic basilica located in Budapest, Hungary. The basilica is named after Saint Stephen, the first king of Hungary, whose right hand is housed in the reliquary within the basilica. It is one of the most significant religious and architectural landmarks in Budapest and a popular tourist attraction. Key features of St. Stephen's Basilica include: Architecture: The basilica boasts a neoclassical architectural style and was designed by architect József Hild. The construction began in 1851 but was only completed in 1905 due to various interruptions, including the collapse of the dome in 1868. Miklós Ybl took over the project after Hild's death. Dome: The basilica's dome reaches a height of 96 meters (315 feet), making it one of the tallest buildings in Budapest. Visitors can climb to the dome's observation deck to enjoy panoramic views of the city. Interior: The interior of St. Stephen's Basilica is adorned with beautiful artwork, sculptures, and religious relics. The main altar is particularly impressive, and the basilica also houses numerous chapels dedicated to various saints. St. Stephen's Reliquary: One of the most significant treasures within the basilica is the Holy Right Hand of St. Stephen. This relic is displayed in a glass case and is a sacred object of veneration. Concerts: St. Stephen's Basilica is known for hosting classical music concerts, taking advantage of its exceptional acoustics and grand setting. Square: The basilica is located in St. Stephen's Square, providing a central and bustling location in Budapest. The square is often used for various events and gatherings.

Citadella

Historical landmark
4 km away
The Citadella is a historic fortress located on Gellért Hill in Budapest, Hungary. Here are some key features and information about the Citadella: Location: The Citadella is situated on the top of Gellért Hill, providing panoramic views of Budapest and the Danube River. It is easily accessible by foot, public transportation. History: The Citadella was built by the Habsburgs in the mid-19th century, following the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. Its construction was a symbol of military dominance and control over the city. Liberty Statue: At the Citadella, you'll find the Liberty Statue (Szabadság Szobor), a prominent monument erected in 1947 to commemorate the Soviet liberation of Hungary from Nazi occupation during World War II. The statue stands atop the Gellért Hill and is visible from various parts of the city. Hiking and Recreation: Gellért Hill, where the Citadella is located, is a popular spot for locals and tourists alike.

Vajdahunyad Castle

Museum
4 km away
Vajdahunyad Castle is a picturesque castle located in the City Park of Budapest, Hungary. It was originally built as a temporary structure for the Millennium Exhibition held in 1896, celebrating the 1,000th anniversary of the Hungarian state. Due to its popularity and architectural significance, the castle was later reconstructed using more durable materials. Architectural Styles: Vajdahunyad Castle is known for its eclectic architectural style, featuring elements from various historical architectural periods in Hungary. The castle incorporates Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles, making it a unique and visually stunning structure. Replica of Hunyad Castle: One of the main attractions within Vajdahunyad Castle is a section that is a replica of Hunyad Castle in Transylvania (now part of Romania). The Transylvanian-style part of the castle is particularly noteworthy, with its pointed towers and medieval appearance. Museum of Hungarian Agriculture: Today, Vajdahunyad Castle houses the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture. The museum showcases various aspects of Hungary's agricultural history and includes exhibitions on farming, viticulture, and animal husbandry. Courtyard: The castle has a large courtyard with a small lake, which is especially picturesque. In the middle of the lake, there is a statue of Anonymus, the unknown chronicler of the early Hungarian history. Statues: The castle is adorned with numerous statues representing historical figures and characters from Hungarian literature. These statues contribute to the castle's charm and historical ambiance. Events and Festivals: Vajdahunyad Castle and its surroundings often host events, festivals, and concerts throughout the year, attracting both locals and tourists.

Buda Castle

Historical landmark
4 km away
Buda Castle, also known as the Royal Palace or Buda Castle Palace, is a historic castle and palace complex located on the southern tip of Castle Hill in the Buda district of Budapest, Hungary. Here are some key features and information about Buda Castle: History: The history of Buda Castle dates back to the 13th century when the first fortifications were built. The current palace complex, however, was mostly constructed in the 18th century in the Baroque style. Architectural Styles: Buda Castle reflects various architectural styles due to its long history and multiple reconstructions. It combines elements of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture. Palace Complex: The Buda Castle complex consists of the Royal Palace, the National Gallery, and the Budapest History Museum. It has been the historical residence of Hungarian kings and governors. Buda Castle District: The castle is situated in the Buda Castle District, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The district includes several historic buildings, churches, and monuments. Matthias Church: Adjacent to Buda Castle is Matthias Church (Mátyás-templom), a beautiful Catholic church with a rich history and stunning architecture. The church is an integral part of the castle district. Fisherman's Bastion: Nearby, you'll find the Fisherman's Bastion (Halászbástya), a terrace with panoramic views of the Danube River, Pest, and the Hungarian Parliament. The bastion is known for its fairytale-like towers and turrets. Castle Hill Funicular: Visitors can reach Buda Castle by walking up Castle Hill or by using the Castle Hill Funicular, a historic cable railway that connects Adam Clark Square to Buda Castle. Museums: The National Gallery, housed within the castle complex, features Hungarian art from the Middle Ages to the present day. The Budapest History Museum showcases the history of the city. Events and Festivals: Buda Castle hosts various events, concerts, and festivals throughout the year, attracting both locals and tourists.

St. Stephens Basilica

Hospital in the Rock

Museum
2 km away
Sziklakórház, also known as the Hospital in the Rock, is a unique museum located in Budapest, Hungary. Here are some key details about Sziklakórház: History: The hospital was originally built as a secret emergency hospital and bunker during World War II. It was constructed in the natural caves and tunnels beneath Buda Castle to provide medical care during air raids and other emergencies. Purpose: The Hospital in the Rock was operational during the Siege of Budapest in 1944-1945, providing medical treatment for wounded soldiers and civilians. It was equipped with surgical theaters, patient wards, and other medical facilities. Cold War Era: After World War II, the hospital was modernized and expanded during the Cold War era to serve as a nuclear bunker. It was intended to provide shelter and medical care in the event of a nuclear attack. Museum: Today, Sziklakórház is a museum that offers guided tours to visitors. The museum provides insights into the history of the hospital, the medical practices of the time, and the impact of war on civilian life. It showcases original equipment, documents, and exhibits related to the hospital's wartime and Cold War roles. Guided Tours: Visitors can explore the museum through guided tours, which provide a fascinating glimpse into the underground facility. The tours cover the various sections of the hospital, including operating rooms, patient wards, and the nuclear bunker areas. Educational Experience: The Hospital in the Rock offers an educational experience, shedding light on the challenges faced by both medical professionals and civilians during times of conflict.

Heroes Square

Historical landmark
3 km away
Heroes' Square (Hősök tere in Hungarian) is one of Budapest's most iconic and symbolic public squares, situated at the end of Andrássy Avenue in the city. It serves as a major cultural and historical focal point, featuring a large open space surrounded by significant monuments and museums. Heroes' Square has a central role in Hungary's national identity and commemorates important events and historical figures. Key features of Heroes' Square include: Millennium Monument: Dominating the square is the Millennium Monument, a tall column topped by the Archangel Gabriel holding the Hungarian Holy Crown and the apostolic double cross. The monument was erected in 1896 to celebrate the 1,000th anniversary of the Hungarian state. Statues of the Seven Chieftains of the Magyars: At the base of the column, there are equestrian statues representing the seven tribal leaders who led the Hungarian people to the Carpathian Basin in the 9th century. Colonnades: On either side of the square, there are two colonnades with statues of notable Hungarian political and military leaders. The statues depict historical figures from different periods of Hungarian history. Museums: Heroes' Square is flanked by two major art institutions—the Museum of Fine Arts on the left and the Palace of Art (Műcsarnok) on the right. Both museums house extensive collections of art, including paintings, sculptures, and other cultural artifacts. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier: At the base of the Millennium Monument, there is a Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, honoring Hungarian soldiers who lost their lives in World War I and subsequent conflicts. Events and Celebrations: Heroes' Square is a venue for various events and celebrations, including national holidays, cultural festivals, and political gatherings.

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40% groups expected through tour series in all seasons60% corporate and other groups in all seasonsLow Season: January, February, March, August, November, DecemberHigh Season: April, May, June, July, September, OctoberNeed Period: Low Season and AugustCatering and Event: In-house and outside catering options; 2 in-house Food & Beverage outlets: Pavilon Restaurant & Bar for lunch and dinner and Anton Bar & Deli; 2 outsourced restaurants: Bibo rooftop brasserie, AlelÍ OsteriaMeeting space: Total 435 m2, 1 Ballroom + 2 boardrooms, 149 m2 conference foyer – with private entrance, cloakroom, groups check-in with separate entranceIdeal meeting spaces for entertainment groups, sport groups, small to mid size (between 30-120 pax) weddings, medical tourism, meetings, incentives, and social events.

Seasonality

Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
High season
Sep 1 – Nov 30
Feb 9 – May 31
Shoulder season
Low season
Jun 1 – Aug 31

Cancellation Policy

24 Hours

Additional Information

40% groups expected through tour series in all seasons60% corporate and other groups in all seasonsLow Season: January, February, March, August, November, December. High Season: April, May, June, July, September, October. Need Period: Low Season and August. Catering and Event: In-house and outside catering options; 2 in-house Food & Beverage outlets: Pavilon Restaurant & Bar for lunch and dinner and Anton Bar & Deli; 2 outsourced restaurants: Bibo rooftop brasserie, AlelÍ Osteria. Meeting space: Total 435 m2, 1 Ballroom + 2 boardrooms, 149 m2 conference foyer – with private entrance, cloakroom, groups check-in with separate entrance. Ideal meeting spaces for entertainment groups, sport groups, small to mid-size (between 30-120 pax) weddings, medical tourism, meetings, incentives, and social events.

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