In Budapest, the Ferenciek tere serves as both a square and a junction. It is an important public transportation intersection for the BKV bus line number 7, which connects Pest and southern Buda. In addition, it is the location of a station on the M3 line of the Budapest Metro. This location is smack dab in the heart of all the action in the city.
The Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest can be found in the heart of Pest on the Pest side of the city. It is surrounded by famous landmarks as well as shops, restaurants, and cafes, and it is situated just next to the Danube River. The hotel has a total of 110 opulent and roomy guestrooms, including 18 opulent suites and 2 presidential suites. There are rooms available with either a king bed or two queen beds, and some rooms even have connecting doors. The magnificent Art Nouveau rooms, which were inspired by the blend of Gothic, Moorish, and Oriental forms, as well as the charmed history of the well-known structure, are the guarantee of an exceptional stay.
The magnificently renovated and distinctive passage area was transformed into the Párisi Passage Café & Brasserie, which serves as the hotel's restaurant. Our head chef, Lajos Lutz, has come up with something truly remarkable by fusing cutting-edge techniques with the art of cooking, all the while making use of genuine, locally sourced products and preserving the authentic flavors of Hungarian cuisine. We provide 24-hour room service, which includes a late-night menu, for visitors who prefer to have their meals in the comfort of their own accommodations.
Online price: 33 €
Online price: 38 €
Online price: 43 €