Best hotels in Budapest, Hungary

We list the best hotels in Budapest as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor's, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The rating you see is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.

4.4 Zara Continental Budapest

Zara Continental Hotel, Budapest


“Located in the Jewish Quarter, in its previous life the Zara was an elegant bathhouse. The 272-room hotel has art deco touches throughout, and offers great amenities for business travelers as well as for tourists.”

4.8 Brody House Budapest

Guesthouse Brody House, Budapest


“Brody House is more than just a super-cool boutique hotel in the up-and-coming Palace District. It’s also a hub of creativity, focused on showcasing and supporting local artists, designers, writers, musicians and other creative types.”

4.8 Gresham Palace Budapest

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest


“With its two-million-piece mosaic tiled floor, 19th-century stained glass roof panels and intricate ironwork, the Four Seasons in Budapest is an art nouveau masterpiece. Rooms are spacious and luxe with vaulted ceilings and marble bathrooms”

4.7 Pest-Buda Hotel

Pest-Buda Design & Boutique Hotel, Budapest

Lonely Planet

“There’s a lot to love about this fantastic, 10-room boutique hotel that has opened on the site of Hungary’s oldest hotel. Each room is individually designed, with oak floors, excellent bedding and quirky touches.”

4.7 Baltazar Hotel Budapest

Baltazár Boutique Hotel, Budapest


“The 11-room Baltazar, located in the Castle District, is Budapest’s newest boutique hotel. Rooms are all individual, colorful and decorated with vintage furniture and pops of fun touches. Bathrooms have rain showers and feature handcrafted local limestone.”

4.6 Corinthia Hotel Budapest

Corinthia Hotel, Budapest


“When the Corinthia first opened on busy Erzsébet boulevard in 1896 it was the city’s most luxurious hotel, favored by celebrities and royalty. It has been beautifully restored, and its 414 rooms (with marble bathrooms) are a welcome refuge after a day of exploring.”