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century palace
min walk to monuments & museums
building was constructed
opened as boutique hotel
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shelves decorated with ornaments in the lounge at Hotel Palazzo Zichy Budapest
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Hotel Palazzo Zichy

Hotel Palazzo Zichy, aptly described as ‘where history meets present’, is a beautiful contemporary hotel housed in a 19th century mansion. A former palace of the famous Hungarian noble Count Nándor Zichy, Hotel Palazzo Zichy is located in the heart of Budapest’s Palace District. This is now a lively hub of restaurants, bars and cafes. It’s also perfectly located close to several transport links, and a short walk from many of the local attractions including the Hungarian National Museum and the Great Market Hall.

Inside Palazzo Zichy

A sophisticated design and high ceilings make you feel like royalty as you enter the building into a warm and welcoming space. Cosy lounges offer comfortable seating with warm lighting, along with complimentary refreshments throughout the day. Come in from the cold winter air and thaw out with a cup of hot lemonade, seasoned perfectly with a selection of spices. Put your feet up with a coffee and a good book, or reflect on the amazing sights you’ve seen throughout the day. A gym and relaxing spa room are also available for hotel guests, offering a tranquil space to unwind.

This consideration continues into the guest rooms, which are equipped with a Nespresso coffee machine, luxurious Algotherm toiletries, and a Blu-ray player with smart functions.

Making the most of your time in Budapest

When it comes to planning your time in Budapest, the hotel staff are knowledgeable and happy to help. From booking tickets and tours, to offering maps and public transport routes, the staff will ensure you leave the hotel ready for a great day ahead.

With an incredibly interesting and rich history, there are museums and landmarks to keep you busy for days. And of course, no trip to Budapest is complete without a visit to one of the city’s famous thermal baths! There’s seemingly no end to the beauty in this magnificent city. Whether you are keen to take it all in, or are content to sit in a cafe and watch daily life go by, Budapest is the place to be. In the words of Anthony Bourdain, “it is, in fact, almost ludicrously beautiful”.

Services & Amenities

• Fitness center
• Business center
• Spa
• Bar
• Room service
• Free breakfast buffet
• Full service laundry
• Family friendly
• 24 hour front desk
• Air conditioning

thermal baths in Budapest
yellow and white tram along the waterside in Budapest
man wearing a green coat walks along the bridge on a sunny day in Budapest