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I booked the Queen’s Court Hotel as they had a good price for our three nights in Budapest. After our tour, we arrived late at night and just wanted to get into bed.
The next morning, more awake I took a better look at our surroundings. We had a lounge and the television was on a lazy Susan, so you could watch from the bed or the couch. This was a clever idea.
Another clever idea, we were on the top floor, so in the bathroom, they had a sky light giving natural light. Which I personally had always preferred in a bathroom.
To me it did not feel like a hotel room, more like an apartment rented out by the hotel. But it meet our needs. It was very spacious, we had a kitchenette with a microwave and table and chairs that we never used. We ate out every night. This was about 20 mins walk from the harbor and main attractions. And on a quiet side street. Set in Budapest’s city center, this upscale all-suites hotel in a simple building with red brick accents is 300 m from a tram stop and 1 km from neo-Renaissance Magyar Állami Operaház. The refined suites offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. All have dining areas, and kitchenettes with microwaves, mini fridges and dishwashers. Most feature 1 or 2 balconies; upgraded suites add separate living rooms, with some adding 2nd bedrooms. There’s a polished French, Italian and Hungarian restaurant and bar with chandeliers and bold wallpaper. The elegant spa has a heated indoor pool, a sauna, a hot tub and a gym. There’s also a courtyard and garden.