This majestic property sits right on the banks of the Danube and offers old world charm at an affordable price.
There aren’t many cities in the world where you can stay in one of the most iconic hotels for around $120 per night, but Budapest is one of them. The Gellert has the history, the location and even one of the most famous spas in the whole city, plus you’ll be hard pressed to find a more classic feel in a hotel.
It’s been around for a while, and you can certainly tell thanks to the well-worn interior decoration, but that’s all part of the fun. Another boon is access to the historic Gellert Spa, which boasts multiple thermal pools, saunas and steam rooms, and a huge outdoor pool too.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and the rooms at the front offer great views over the city. Breakfast is buffet-style and there are so many options it’s hard to know what to pick, while downstairs is a bar that can be fun in the evenings.
Hotel Gellert, Budapest
2 Szent Gellért tér
1114 Budapest, Hungary
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