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New year, new opportunities

We wish you a happy and successful new year! We believe in the idea that a new year means a new beginning. We are full of hope and plans for 2021, while our lovely capital offers plenty of exciting news for the upcoming year. In our current newsletter we listed 4 new hotels and a spectacular new attraction in Budapest. If you want to know more about any of the listed new locations or if you are interested in further options, feel free to contact us!



H2 Hotel Budapest
The opening of the first unit of the German H2 hotel chain – outside German-speaking countries – is planned for 2021 April. The modern, seven-storey building is located in the heart of the city, in the fifth district, only a short walk from the main sights of the city. This design hotel awaits guests with 157 bright rooms and a bistro restaurant called H2 Hub, which is open 24 hours a day.

Alice Hotel
The lovely Alice Hotel lies on the UNESCO world heritage Andrássy Avenue, close to the famous Heroes’ Square. The stylish villa was built at the end of the 1870’s, and at the turn of the century it was famous about using the latest technological equipment. The boutique hotel offers 41 rooms in four categories, a restaurant, a bar and a cosy garden.

Hotel Vision Budapest
The four-star boutique hotel is located on the bank of the Danube, on the Pest side, with a panoramic view the Elizabeth Bridge and the Gellért Hill. While the façade preserves the original Art Nouveau features, the interior design is rather modern. The 82 guest rooms are overlooking the inner atrium, and there are 9 spacious suites with Danube view. Among the services we can find a restaurant called Tapas Fino, a wellness area, and meeting facilities for 200 persons.

Aurea Ana Palace Hotel*****
The luxury Aurea Ana Palace enjoys an excellent location in the city centre, where the Danube and the Parliament is just around the corner. The building originates from the 19th century, where it also used to be the headquarters of the Austrian Delegation. Nowadays the hotel awaits guests with 107 rooms, a restaurant, wellness, fitness and meeting facilities.



Lookout Tower of the Main Parish Church of the Assumption
The oldest church of Pest was always a popular attraction of the city thanks to the remains of a Roman military camp, the foundation walls of the basilica from the age of King Saint Stephen and a Madonna fresco from the 14th century. Since last year, you can also visit a lookout point in the 52 meters high baroque towers, offering excellent panorama to among others the Citadel, the Castle Garden Bazaar, the Matthias Church, the Rudas Bath and sometimes even the Chain Bridge.


Cover photo: csodalatosmagyarorszag.hu

January, 2021