Stylish, budget friendly and centrally located - H2 Hotel Budapest

The H2 Hotel Budapest

Stylish, budget-friendly and centrally located

From 1 March 2021, the H2 Hotel Budapest will be opening its doors to you, in the centre of the Hungarian capital. The modern, seven-storey building blends harmoniously with the surrounding historic architecture. The 158 bright rooms are characterised by an open design. 40 of the rooms in the budget hotel sleep 4 guests, making them ideal for families and small groups. The hotel has an underground car park.

For a lavish breakfast or a snack between meals: the restaurant in the H2 Hotel Budapest is open 24/7 and serves both hot and cold dishes. This allows you to explore the city on the Danube at your own pace, slotting in a break in the H2 Hub at any time.

The hotel is located on Arany János utca, on the eastern side of the Danube, just 500 metres or so from the famous Chain Bridge. Thanks to the central location, many tourist attractions can be reached on foot, while stations on the three main metro lines are also within just a few minutes.

Advantages – H2 Hotel Budapest

Advantages at a glance:

- Budapest centre within walking distance 
- Internet included (WiFi)
- Air conditioned rooms 
- Some rooms with balconies
- Flat screen TV 
- Bathroom with underfloor heating and vitality shower
- Four-bed rooms for families & groups
- Bistro open 24/7
- Underground car park

Amenities
km from the motorway 2 km from the motorway
non-smoking room 158 non-smoking room
Free WiFi throughout the hotel Free WiFi throughout the hotel
restaurant covers 180 restaurant covers
Barrier-free Barrier-free
beds 388 beds
km from the airport 21 km from the airport
Parking 56 Parking
km from the central railway station 5 km from the central railway station
m from local attractions 500 m from local attractions
Room - H2 Hotel Budapest

Bistro: 

  • Open 24 hours

Hotel rooms at the H2 Hotel Budapest

Rooms - H2 Hotel Budapest

Our rooms

The 158 rooms are characterised by modern comfort and appealing design. Regardless of the room category, all come equipped with air conditioning, a flatscreen television with radio function, and a writing desk with a designer stool. WiFi access is included in every room. 

All bathrooms have underfloor heating, a separate WC and a vitality shower, with a hairdryer also provided. The comfort rooms span around 18 square metres and are equipped with a King-size bed. At up to 26 square metres, the Superior rooms also have a King-size bed, as well as a spacious balcony. In the family-friendly four-bed rooms, spanning around 20 square metres, you spend the night in bunk beds.
 

Comfort rooms


Room:

  • Double bed (1,80m x 2,00m)
  • Desk
  • Designer stools
  • Self-controlled air conditioning
  • WiFi Internet access included
  • Flatscreen TV with radio function

Bathroom:

  • Shower
  • Separate WC
  • Underfloor heating
  • Hairdryer
Comfort room - H2 Hotel Budapest

Comfort Twin rooms


Room:

  • Twin beds
  • Desk
  • Designer stools
  • Self-controlled air conditioning
  • WiFi Internet access included
  • Flatscreen TV with radio function

Bathroom:

  • Shower
  • Separate WC
  • Underfloor heating
  • Hairdryer
Comfort Twin room - H2 Hotel Budapest

Superior rooms


Room:

  • Double bed (1,80m x 2,00m)
  • Generous balcony
  • Desk
  • Designer stools
  • Self-controlled air conditioning
  • WiFi Internet access included
  • Flatscreen TV with radio function

Bathroom:

  • Shower
  • Separate WC
  • Underfloor heating
  • Hairdryer
Superior room - H2 Hotel Budapest

Four bedded rooms


Room:

  • Bunk beds
  • Desk
  • Designer stools
  • Self-controlled air conditioning
  • WiFi Internet access included
  • Flatscreen TV with radio function

Bathroom:

  • shower
  • Separate WC
  • Underfloor heating
  • Hairdryer
Comfort 4-bed room - H2 Hotel Budapest

Restaurant at the H2 Hotel Budapest

Restaurant H2 Hub Budapest

Restaurant H2 Hub Budapest

When heading out sightseeing with a full itinerary, everyone likes to move at their own pace. Plans may also have to be changed spontaneously. It's so much better when you know of somewhere that you can pick up a delicious snack or a warm meal at any time: the restaurant in the H2 Hotel Budapest is open for you 24/7.

At the same time, the H2 Hub is not just a bistro, but also a popular meeting point within the hotel. Here, over fresh snacks or an energising coffee, you can plan your next city tour or get to know other guests. Lavish breakfasts provide fuel when making your plan for the day and, thanks to the self-service system, you don't have to wait long - regardless of whether you come during the day or in the evening.

Getting here & contact details - H2 Hotel Budapest

Anreise und Kontakt - H2 Hotel Budapest

Getting here & contact details

With the opening of the H2 Hotel Budapest in March 2021, it is set to be the first H2 Hotel in a non-German-speaking country. The Hungarian capital on the Danube fascinates with its impressive architecture and tourist attractions, and the new budget designer hotel offers the ideal opportunity if you wish to explore the city on foot. Find information on what is also the best suited hotel for families and groups, in advance, via our website, and book your room here, nice and early.

The new H2 Hotel Budapest is located in the centre of Pest, on the eastern side of the Danube, and is easy to reach, both on public transport and with your own car. The stations for the Metro 1, 2 and 3 lines are just four to seven minutes' walk away. The Deák Ferenc tér traffic hub, through which the tram and buses run, in addition to the three Metro lines, is around ten minutes away on foot. With the underground, you can also reach destinations that are further afield quickly and conveniently, as well as the Nyugati and Keleti train stations. You can securely park your car in the hotel's underground car park for the duration of your stay.

Should you have any questions regarding your booking, how to get here or your stay, we would be happy to advise you. Simply send us an email or give us a call.

We look forward to your visit!

Call us now:

00800 87 333 737
(free of charge)
 

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H2 Hotel Budapest

Arany János Str. 21
1051 Budapest, HU

phone: 00800 87333737
fax: +49 (0)30 130066150

mail: [email protected]

Tourist attractions close to the H2 Hotel Budapest

Castle District and Buda Castle - H2 Hotel Budapest

Set out and explore Budapest...

The new H2 Hotel Budapest lies in the centre of Pest, on the eastern side of the Danube, just 500 metres from the Chain Bridge. The suspension bridge is the oldest and the most famous bridge spanning the Danube in Budapest. Its construction was proposed by the reformer, Count István Széchenyi, who reputedly had to wait for a whole week to get to the other side of the Danube. The design was produced by William Tierney Clark in 1839, and the bridge was constructed in 1849. For a long period of time it was the only bridge downstream of Regensburg.

Fisherman’s Bastion - H2 Hotel Budapest

The Fishermen's Bastion: for a photo op over the Danube

The Fishermen's Bastion on Castle Hill is a neo-Romanesque construction with seven watchtowers. The bastion, which was erected in 1895 at the location of the former fish market, has become a city landmark and a popular meeting point, with a café and panoramic terrace. The view over the river and the Pest district is not to be missed! From the H2 Hotel Budapest, you can walk there in about 20 minutes.

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Matthias Church - H2 Hotel Budapest

The Matthias Church - walk in the footsteps of Empress Sissi

The Matthias Church is the oldest church on Castle Hill. Its origins date back to the 13th century. Striking features include the two, very different towers, and the rich decorative paintings in the interior. In 1867, Franz Joseph I. and Empress "Sissi" were crowned king and queen of Hungary here. From the H2 Hotel Budapest, you can get there in about 20 minutes on foot.

Széchenyi thermal bath – bathing in style - H2 Hotel Budapest

Széchenyi Thermal Bath – bathe in style

Budapest is famous for its thermal baths. The Gellért bath and the Széchenyi thermal bath, in particular, are architectural works of art, with a long-standing tradition. The Széchenyi Thermal Bath, with its expansive and palatial complex dating back to 1913, is the largest spa in Europe's largest spa city. It has 15 indoor and outdoor swimming pools, saunas, physiotherapy treatment options and massage offerings. From the H2 Hotel Budapest, you can get there in around a quarter of an hour with the Metro or bus.

» Attractions
Parlamentsgebäude Budapest - H2 Hotel Budapest

Parliament Building - a palace to represent the people

The impressive, neo-Gothic Parliament Building, with its numerous towers, stands directly on the banks of the Danube. The huge, palatial building was constructed between 1885 and 1904, and is the seat of parliament. The crown jewels are stored in the imposing domed hall. From the H2 Hotel Budapest, the visitors' centre is just 15 minutes walk. There are tours in German.

Burgpalast Budapest - H2 Hotel Budapest

Picturesque Castle District and impressive Buda Castle palace complex

On the other side of the Chain Bridge lies the Castle District. It arose out of the historic centre of Buda, on the western side of the Danube. The streets are characterised mainly by Baroque buildings. The immense Buda Castle palace complex occupies the southern part of the Castle District, and towers over the Danube. The history of the royal palace dates back to the 13th century. Today, the History Museum, the National Gallery and the Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art are housed there.  From the H2 Hotel Budapest, you can walk there in around 20 minutes.

Markthalle Budapest - H2 Hotel Budapest

A pleasure for the senses: the Great Market Hall

The Great Market Hall is also worth a visit. It was built between 1894 and 1897, close to the Freedom Bridge and the Corvinus University. Even from the outside, the neo-Gothic façade, with its small tower and coloured roof tiles , is a real eye-catcher. But only when you set foot inside, does the size of the impressive steel construction really hit you. Marvel, wide-eyed, at the window displays, pick up a souvenir, or treat yourself to a fresh Lángos fried bread with garlic. The Market Hall is  25 minutes' walk from the H2 Hotel Budapest, or a quarter of an hour on the tram. 

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