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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.

Queen's Court Hotel

Queen's Court Hotel

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.

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