Stylish, budget friendly and centrally located
From autumn 2020, the H2 Hotel Budapest in the centre of the Danube metropolis will be ready to welcome you. The modern, seven-storey building blends harmoniously into the surrounding historical buildings. The 158 bright rooms are characterised by an open design. 40 rooms in the budget hotel are 4-bed rooms for families and groups to stay overnight in Budapest. The hotel has an underground car park.
In the heart of the city
The new H2 Hotel Budapest is located on the eastern side of the Danube, only 500 meters from the Chain Bridge. Thanks to its location in the city centre, you can reach numerous sights on foot. The stations of the three major metro lines are only a few minutes away. There are only one or three stops from Nyugati and Keleti stations.» Location & Surroundings
Explore with the H2 Hotel Budapest
Castle District and Buda Castle
the historical centre
The Castle District originated from the historical centre of Buda on the western side of the Danube. The streets are characterised by mostly baroque houses. The mighty Buda Castle occupies the southern part of the castle hill and sits enthroned above the Danube. The history of the Royal Palace dates back to the 13th century. Travelling here from H2 Hotel Budapest takes about 20 minutes by foot.
photo opportunity over the Danube
The Fishermen’s Bastion on the castle hill is a neo-Romanesque building with seven watchtowers. Built in 1895 on the site of the former fish market, the bastion has become a landmark of the city and a popular meeting place with a café and panoramic terrace. Don’t miss the view over the river and the district of Pest! Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Budapest takes a good 20 minutes by foot.» Attractions
in Sissi's footsteps
The Matthias Church is the oldest church on the castle hill. Its origins date back to the 13th century. Its two very different towers and the rich decorative paintings in the interior are striking. In 1867, Franz Joseph I and “Sissi” were crowned the royal couple of Hungary here. Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Budapest takes around 20 minutes by foot.
Hungarian Parliament Building – a palace for representation of the people
The impressive, neo-Gothic parliament building with its countless small towers stands directly on the banks of the Danube. The huge palace building was built between 1185 and 1904 and is the seat of the parliament. The crown jewels are kept in the impressive dome hall. From the H2 Hotel Budapest it is less than a quarter of an hour’s walk to the visitor centre. Guided tours are available in German.
Széchenyi thermal bath – bathing in style
bathing in style
The Széchenyi thermal bath, with its spacious and palace-like complex from 1913, is the largest spa in Europe’s largest spa town. Situated in the heart of the city forest, it has 15 indoor and outdoor swimming pools, saunas, physiotherapeutic treatments and massage facilities. Travelling here from the H2 Hotel Budapest takes around 15 minutes by metro or bus.» Attractions