Hilton Budapest

Budapest Hotel
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Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Guest Rooms322
Hess A. ter 1-3
Budapest H-1014

Hilton Budapest

Budapest Hotel
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Need Dates

  • 04/19/201804/23/2018
  • 05/01/201805/06/2018
  • 05/08/201805/13/2018




• LUXURY BUSINESS HOTEL OF THE YEAR – HUNGARY by Luxury Travel Guide • TripAdvisor Hall of Fame for outstanding reviews 5 years in a row • TripAdvisor Traveller’s choice 2017 award • Hilton Budapest has received 2017 TripExpert Experts' Choice Award. The only travel award based on professional reviews, Experts’ Choice reflects recommendations in leading travel guides, magazines and newspapers and recognizes our hotel as one of the best hotels in Budapest. • The hotel’s brand new public areas have won the 2015 London Design Awards with a GOLD AWARD in the Hospitality category. • We are incredibly proud that the spectacular view from Hilton Budapest was featured among the "10 best views from bed" on Tripadvisor.com. For the complete list please go to: http://www.tripadvisor.com/InfoCenter-a_ctr.views__5F__bed • Condé Nast Traveler Readers' Choice Awards Top 25 Hotels in Central Europe: Hilton Budapest #7. http://www.cntraveler.com/readers-choice-awards/europe/top-25-hotels-central-europe • Hilton Budapest is a non-classified hotel since January 2010.


Room Features and Guest Services

  • Concierge Services
  • Internet Access


  • Onsite Restaurant


  • Business Center

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Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space2,500 sq. m
Meeting Rooms39
Largest Room510 sq. m
Second Largest Room422 sq. m

Guest Rooms

Total Guest Rooms322
Doubles (2 Beds)151
Tax Rate18%
Occupancy Rate4%



Local Attractions

Lázár Lovaspark

Situated 35 km from Budapest, in the heart of Domonyvölgy, the Lázár Equestrian Park is owned by the coach driving world champions, Vilmos and Zoltán Lázár. The resort nestles among the picturesque lakes of the Gödöllő Hills. It is a favourite destination of local and international tourists alike, seeking a venue for various programmes and functions, for relaxing, adventure accompanied by genuine Hungarian hospitality.

Andrássy Avenue

Historical Landmark
3 km away
The avenue, named after former Prime Minister of Hungary Gyula Andrássy, is two and a half kilometres long and has three distinct parts. Its downtown section, a 1-kilometre part streching from Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Avenue all the way to the eight-sided Oktogon square, is lined with rows tall residential apartment houses and expensive shops in the housefronts. In its midsection, from Oktogon to Kodály Körönd, two tree-lined esplanades run parallel to the pavement, which used to be paved with wooden cubes for the sake of the nobility on horseback (today this part is a bicycle path and a walkway). The third part, between Kodály Körönd and Heroes' Square, the houses are farther away from the road, which widens at this point, and gives space to the magnificient mansions and villas, which, with their luxurious tranquil atmosphere, give the impression of a wealthy country town. The road track of the most beautiful avenue of Budapest was decided upon in the year 1872. In about a decade from then, nearly all the buildings were ready; this is where Budapest's eclectic architectural heritage is found today. Many beautifully carved apartment buildings hide fountains, statues and breathtaking inner spaces and courtyards.

Cooking Class

Master the basics of Hungarian cooking in a fun and interactive atmosphere. The hands-on courses give you the opportunity to cook and ask questions side-by-side the Chefs. Learn about the basic ingredients and spices like paprika along with best cooking practices so that you’ll be able to treat your family and friends to a fantastic Hungarian dinner in your home country. The courses run in the late morning hours finishing with a lunch.

Budapest City Park "Városliget"

6 km away
The City Park (Városliget in Hungarian) is packed with things to do and places to see. The park was the main venue of the millennium celebrations in 1896. Behind Heroes' Square lies the ice-skating rink which is a lake in the summer with boats for rent. Since 1996, the ice-skating rink gives home to speed-skating championships. Along Állatkerti körút (Zoo Boulevard), to the left from Heroes' Square, the first building is the Gundel Restaurant, built in 1894 (until 1910, it was called Wampetics Restaurant). Gundel Károly has taken over in 1910, and turned it into the best place for fine dining in Budapest. Next to the Gundel is the ornate Art Nouveau entrance to the Budapest Zoo, which opened in 1866. Walking past the Zoo walls, the domes and towers of the Széchenyi Thermal Bath come into view; the bathhouse is one of the largest bath complexes in Europe. The thermal spring underneath it was discovered in 1879. Across from the bath is the Municipal Circus, where the first performance was held in 1891 - since then, 125 shows were held, with 15500 performances and over 25 million viewers. Next to the Circus is the Amusement Park, which in today's form has been operational since the 1950's. The Vajdahunyad Castle, originally built of cardboard and wood for the 1896 World Expo, was rebuilt from stone at the end of the expo. It is a copy of three other buildings from the Hungarian countryside, showcasing Hungary's predominant architectural styles.

Danube Sightseeing Cruise

An opportunity to witness as the legends of Budapest come alive during a boat cruise of an hour. A programme in 30 languages plus a film about the most famous monuments of the city.

Heroes' Square

Historical Landmark
6 km away
Heroes' Square is one of the major squares of Budapest, Hungary, rich with historic and political connotations. It lies at the end of Andrássy Avenue (with which it comprises part of an extensive World Heritage site), next to City Park.
Heroes' Square
Budapest, HU

Castle District

Historical Landmark
0 minutes away
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has listed the view of the Danube embankments and the Buda Castle District - which is one of the most beautiful and romantic parts of the city of Budapest - as a World Heritage site on the 11th of December, 1987. The latter is an ancient town district, giving home to some of the most important historical monuments in Hungary. While nearly 800 years passed since it has been originally founded, its beauty still stands unparalelled, despite earthquakes, fires, sieges and world wars. The buildings themselves in Budapest bear tell-tale signs of recent and ancient history. There is much, much more to the Castle District than just a royal palace or a castle. This is also where the historical old town district is situated, with countless venues from where the beautiful panorama of Budapest may be admired. The visitors get a distinct feeling that they have travelled back in time, to a different, totally tranquil world, where the doorways of the Baroque residential homes hide historical Roman stones and beautifully carved sediles from the times of knights. The former Royal Palace and its supply buildings are an organic but separate part of the Castle District. Some of today's most important cultural institutions, such as the Budapest History Museum (Wing E), as well as the Hungarian National Gallery (Wings A-B-C-D) and the Hungarian National Library, named after the founder Ferenc Széchenyi (Wing F) have moved to the Royal Palace. The formal residence of the Prime Minister, the Alexander Palace, is the President's Residence and home today. The most visited site is Trinity Square, dominated by one of Budapest's most characteristic building, the Mathias Church, which is over 700 years old. The church itself is almost of the same age as the Royal Palace, and gave home to many coronation ceremonies. It gives home to a great many concerts, due to its excellent acoustic properties. Trinity Square also boasts the Baroque-style former Town Hall (today it's the Collegium Budapest building, housing the Hungarian House of Wines among many things), the Neo-Gothic former Ministry of Finance, St. Stephen's statue and the Fishermen's Bastion. Next to Trinity Square stands the Hilton Budapest, the first post-war modern international luxury hotel in Budapest, combining old and new with success. The depths of Castle Hill hides the Buda Castle Labyrinth, while the on the surface centuries' worth of cultural heritage remains.

Chain Bridge

Historical Landmark
1 km away
The Chain Bridge was the first permanent stone-bridge connecting Pest and Buda, and only the second permanent crossing on the whole length of the river Danube. It is one of the symbolic buildings of Budapest, the most widely known bridge of the Hungarian capital.
Chain Bridge
Budapest, HU

Distance from Airport

  • 24 km from Venue


Set in the heart of the Royal Castle District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the 322- room Hilton Budapest is just steps from Matthias Church and Fisherman’s Bastion. Unwind in a modern guestroom with complimentary Wi-Fi, available with the option of stunning Danube River views, for the perfect backdrop to a comforting stay. The panoramic ICON Restaurant offers the best of Hungarian and International cuisine. Offering the most versatile hotel convention facilities in Budapest, Hilton Budapest provides a Conference and Ballroom, 23 meeting and breakout rooms, numerous convertible suites and 3 open air venues within the remains of a 13th century Dominican cloister and monastery.

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HIGHLIGHTS - Fully refurbished hotel by April 2018 - Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel - Set in the heart of the Royal Castle District, a UNESCO world heritage site - Fantastic views over the River Danube and the Hungarian Parliament - 23 meeting rooms for up to 600 guests, plus 3 open-air venues - Executive floor with Executive Lounge, Business center - 24-hour fitness center with sauna, jogging track in the Castle district


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