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The next day I went to Heroes' Square to see the Millennium Monument and wandered around the lake in City Park. In winter the lake is an ice-skating rink. I walked through the grounds of Vajdahunyad Castle. Budapest has vast thermal springs at a temperature of between 21 - 76 degrees Celsius. I went to the Szechenyi Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool, which has 21 pools. Szechenyi is the only "old" medicinal ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace Budapest
Stayed here for a long wet winter weekend. Weather was foul, but hotel was a gorgeous refuge from the cold - we warmed up after sightseeing in the spa jacuzzi every day.
Best in Budapest
A phenomenal renovation of a landmark building, and the lobby is one of a kind in its architecture, scale and originality.
Front desk staff do not remember guests' names, and do not offer as high a level of service as at other FS properties.
Incredibly helpful and charming health club staff, supervising a beautiful if smallish pool, and reasonably equipped gym.
Rooms are on the small side for Four Seasons, but exude quality.
Great location, very quiet, highly recommended
Worth the extra money for a special stay. Great rooms, facilities and service. What all 5 star hotels should be. A perfect mix of old style with new facilities.
After reading several top reviews about this hotel on Trip Advisor, my wife and I spent 4 nights at this fabulous hotel from December 30 through January 4th.
Stunning hotel in a fantastic location
We stayed here in early December 2004 and we couldn't fault the hotel. As always with Four Seasons, the service was impeccable throughout our stay.
Our room was spotless and the huge double bed with Egyptian cotton sheets ensured we had the best nights sleep for ages. So much so, that we bought some new bedding when we returned home.
Definately recommend this hotel if your budget can stretch this far.
Beautiful and Memorable!!
We cannot adequately find the words to describe this most wonderfully situated and beautifully restored hotel on the banks of the River Danube. The ambience of the hotel mirrored the friendliness and warmth with which the staff catered for our every need. Our room was very spacious and had a fantastic view of the Danube, the Royal Palace, and the Chain Bridge. On the top floor there is also a small gym and a swimming pool, which is very useful if you decide to eat at the hotel restaurant, as the food was superb too! We cannot praise this hotel high enough! Go and find out for yourself!!
Would go back in a heartbeat!
Travelled with friends to Budapest this past summer.From the moment we arrived everything about this hotel was absoulutely fantastic! The staff incredibly friendly, the rooms lovely. Our room was facing the river and we had a spectacular view of the Castle and Chain Bridge. I would go back in a heartbeat!!!
What a wonderful place to stay. As was explained to me, the hotel used to be a private residency for the aristocrats in Budapest (aka Gresham Palace) before being converted into a FS.
We just returned from Budapest and our stay was wonderful. We stayed at the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace from August 11-16th and could not have imagine staying anywhere else. When you enter the lobby your breath will be taken away.
We stayed at the Four Seasons July 5-9 as part of our honeymoon and fell in love with the place. I cannot praise this gorgeous gem highly enough but will try. You know you are staying in a great place when tours come by to take pictures of it. Anyway, we stayed in their baseline room which is quite roomy and comfortable, with attractive darkwood furnishings and one of the best bathrooms I have ever seen. Nothing but high end finishes and great attention to detail; it is as if they got 10 world class interior designers together and held a contest or something.