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Information about InterContinental Hotels BUDAPEST Hotel

Our hotel is located at one of the most imposing UNESCO world heritage sites of Budapest, on the most stunning riverbank walkway in the city called the Danube Promenade. You may find us in the close proximity of architectural gems such as the Széchenyi Chain Bridge and the Parliament, with a direct view of the Buda Castle.

Just behind the Basilica of St. Stephen, the Café Kör is a great place for a light meal at any time, including late breakfast. Salads, desserts and daily specials are always recommended, and there are also more ambitious three and four course wine tasting menus.If you could transport the quintessential Parisian bistro to Budapest, with Hungarian food and wine instead of French, it would be the Bock Bistro. Lajos Biro is one of the most creative chefs in Hungary, sometimes pairing diverse ingredients into a harmonious whole, and sometimes taking staples of the Magyar kitchen and recreating them with homemade ingredients that make one realize the special appeal of authentic Hungarian cuisine.Attila Molnar presides over this upscale Buda restaurant with the feel of a fin de siecle Russian salon. The elegant interior is perfect for a romantic interlude.Borkonyha is a bustling wine oriented restaurant close to the Basilica. The fortnightly menu features well executed dishes with an elaborate modern style and subtle Hungarian influences. Top ingredients are sourced from the surrounding countries. Huge selections of wine are offered by the glass; and many are from local producers.Onyx is one of the most exceptional restaurants of Budapest, offering a unique experience coupled with an extraordinary interior design. Tradition based gourmet cuisine is prepared from fresh ingredients. It is for those gourmands who not only enjoy distinctive foods, but who seek time honored flavours as well. On the 16 March 2011, Onyx Restaurant received the first Michelin Star and became Hungary's second ever Michelin Star restaurant.In the heart of the Castle District of Buda, across the Mathias Church, a 600 year old medieval building accommodates one of the leading restaurants of Hungary. Working almost exclusively with domestic ingredients and preparing light and tasty dishes based on high class recipes of the 19th century, Alabárdos has rewritten the meaning of modern Hungarian cuisine.Nobu Budapest is one of the latest additions to Chef Nobu Matsuhisa's worldwide dining empire, conveniently located in the very heart of Budapest. The first Central European member of the rapidly growing family welcomes guests with 80 seats including a private room and the sushi bar, an indispensable feature of all Nobu restaurants worldwide. The Nobu Lounge Bar, with 40 seats accommodates guests with a separate menu card and a wide signature cocktail selection.Tigris is close to the Basilica, in the center of town. This is a wonderful gem with great Hungarian food, impeccable service, excellent wine recommendations and fair prices.This upscale Hungarian restaurant on Budapest's most lively square takes its name from the Hungarian word for a drab school canteen, though it is anything but. Book a table; it's fabulously stylish and always packed with diners who come for simple but perfectly cooked Hungarian classics with a modern spin.The Rezkakas, located in the heart of Budapest, has become one of the most distinctive and elegant restaurants in the Hungarian capital city. The menu is characterised by traditional Hungarian cuisine, prepared from excellent, traditional ingredients to reflect both authentic Hungarian tastes, and modern gastronomic requirements.If you are searching for the perfect place to truly enjoy authentic Hungarian cuisine in an unobtrusively elegant environment look no further. Take a culinary journey through the delicious Hungarian masterpieces twisted by the latest gourmand trends. While enjoying your meal, you can rest your eyes on the Royal Castle and the Chain Bridge.Well situated in the heart of downtown, Tom George is Budapest's answer to urban chic. The spacious bar blends blonde wood and wicker, giving the interior a relaxed yet sophisticated feel. Evenings find a young and stylish crowd choosing from the extensive cocktail menu. Minimalism at the table, belies exotic creativity in the kitchen.The elegant Corso Bar and Terrace serves carefully selected teas and aromatic coffee that you can enjoy accompanied by tart and cake specialities from our very own pastry workshop. As the sun sets, savour Hungarian invention inspired special cocktail, fine Hungarian wines or local 'pálinka' in our Bar overlooking to the Royal Castle, Chain Bridge and the River Danube.Costes has become the first restaurant in Hungary to be awarded the coveted Michelin Star. The restaurant, which has been unwavering in its pursuit of quality, has effectively achieved its goal of becoming Budapest's highest quality fine dining establishment with the gaining of a single Michelin Star for the second time in a row in 2011.The Mediterranean restaurant, situated at one of the nicest parts of town near Heroes Square, on an island in the City Park Lake, offers an ideal location for either a business lunch or a candlelit romantic dinner. Visitors to the terrace will be drawn into the surrounding landscape of budding trees or falling leaves.

Services of InterContinental Hotels BUDAPEST Hotel

  • Room service
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Service dogs allowed
  • Safety deposit box
  • Valet parking
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Concierge desk
  • Babysitting
  • Dry cleaning
  • Restaurant
  • Live entertainment
  • Copier
  • Currency Exchange
  • Number of each room type equipped for disabled persons- 8 fields
  • Early check-in / late check-out on request
  • Tour desk
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Travel agency
  • Computer
  • Cocktail lounge
  • On-Site parking
  • Casino
  • Accessible facilities
  • Limousine Service
  • Transportation
  • Paid parking
  • Technical concierge
  • Printer
  • Business Center
  • Car rental desk
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Handicapped parking
  • On-site business center
  • Wireless connectivity
  • Pets allowed
  • Shop
  • Grocery shopping service available

Address

Apaczai Csere J. U. 12-14

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Hotel badges

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  • Romantic Hotel

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