Placed in District VII, the Royal Park Hotel offers four star accommodation and easy access to the famous St. Stephan’s Basilica and House of Parliament, while Golden Park Hotel awaits guests within a walking distance from the City Park, Heroes’ Square and Andrássy street. Both hotels serve as a convenient starting point for relishing in Budapest’s cultural hotspots, thriving nightlife and world-famous goulash.
- Rooms featuring satellite TV and en suite bathroom facilities
- Check-in from 2pm; check-out by 11am
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Staff speaks English
- No pets allowed
Choice of Tours
Entrance to Széchenyi Spa
Housed under neo-baroque domes, Széchenyi Spa is the largest public bath in Budapest, featuring 18 indoor and outdoor pools. Guests can enjoy a full-day access to a selection of steam rooms, saunas and springs-fed baths. The ticket includes personal changing cabin and the option to upgrade the experience to an aromatherapy massage lasting 20 minutes. A Széchenyi Spa gift is also included for a special treat.
Danube River Dinner Cruise
During the two-hour cruise along the Danube River, guests will have a chance to see famous landmarks of Budapest, such as the Chain Bridge, which connects the eastern and western sides of the city, as well as Buda Castle. Champagne and wine will be served onboard, with the option to include a traditional buffet-style Hungarian dinner. Live music will set the mood for sightseeing.
Groupon’s Guide To Budapest
Budapest, the vibrant capital of Hungary, is a living picture of castles and Neo-Gothic grandeur by day, and a pulsating example of European nightlife by night.
Guests may take a stroll to the historic Lajos Kossuth Square, which plays host to Hungary’s coronation crown and ornate Parliament Building, as well as the Museum of Ethnography’s folk art displays. After admiring the crown, similar treasures may be found in the City Park, where an enormous flea market brightens up weekends with knick-knacks, clothes and much more amid grandly landscaped environs. Pocket-dipping sessions may follow with a plunge into the thermal spas of Margaret Island, which complements its riverbank surroundings with fragrant gardens, ornate pavilions and parties of sunbathing locals.
The climate in Budapest is continental and humid, with very warm summers and cold winters at times. During the hot season, which starts in April and ends in August, the temperature reaches an average of 27ºC. In this period, travellers may take strolls during the night on the Danube promenade or enjoy refreshing tipples at one of the city’s open-air bars. During the colder seasons, the nights get chillier, but holidaymakers will still be able to explore the city sights under favourable conditions until late October. Winter arrives in December and lasts till February, bringing negative temperatures and less than two hours of sunshine per day.