H-1065 Budapest, Hajós u. 24.
Tel.: +36 1 301 9030, Fax: +36 1 301 9031



Stay minimum 3 nights and get a free transfer from the Airport from May until July 2019.

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We are happy to provide complimentary home made Sangria to every hotel guest.

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Pamper yourself with a glass of complimentary champagne for breakfast.

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There’s a kind of relaxed and promising feel characterising Budapest nightlife. The number of nice pubs and hubs is growing rapidly like in the good old days around the turn of the last century. Budapest nightlife is enriched by the peresence of tourists visiting Hungary and expatriots who choose to live here for a long period. Hence the Hungarian capital has become much more multicultural in character than ever before. Young people, families with small children, or elderly tourists will definitely find the right place that suits their tastes, moods and styles best. Pick a programme from the wide range of places and cultural events: enjoy a drink in a crowded ruin pub, or a musical in the Europe-wide famous Budapest Operetta and Musical Theatre, or a meal in a calm and intimate restaurant. A great number of excellent restaurants are located in the vicinity of the hotel: they are like fixed stars in the fast-changing gastronomic scene of Budapest.

Our colleagues at Reception are delighted to assist you with their wide range of Restaurant and Bar recommendation to find the most suitable one for You. Just ask and we will organise your table reservation or transportation.



Művész Kávéház és Cukrászda Our colleagues at Reception are delighted to assist you with their wide range of Restaurant and Bar recommendation to find the most suitable one for You. Just ask and we will organise your table reservation or transportation.

Lukács Cukrászda (VI. Andrássy út 70.) was opened in 1912 in a Neo-Renaissance building designed by one of the most famous Hungarian architects called Alajos Hauszmann. The confectionary was reopened after being renovated in a splendid manner in 1996. Its design blends antigues and modern articles, and it is one of Budapest’s confectionaries where old world elegance meets contemporary style and convenience.

Gerbeaud Cukrászda (V. Vörösmarty tér 7-8.) is situated in the very heart of Budapest, Gerbeaud is one of the biggest, most famous and traditional confectionaries in Europe. Its parlours seat 330 people who can enjoy the excellent place with a unique atmosphere. Gerbeaud offers mouth-watering cakes and pastries created by Henrik Kugler and Emil Gerbeaud, attentive service second to none in a wonderfully lavish setting characterised by rich stucco decoration, gorgeous chandelliers and bold brocade-covered walls.

Café New York (VII. Erzsébet krt. 9-11.) is the most beautiful one among the legendary coffee houses in Budapest. The building was designed by Alajos Hauszmann. It was once the haunt of Budapest's most famous poets, playwrights, writers and painters, such as Endre Ady, Ferenc Molnár, Frigyes Karinthy and Pál Szinyei Merse. In 2006, it was wonderfully restored and transformed into a luxury 235 room, five-star hotel. The Neo-Baroque interior design of this turn-of-the-20th-century building is simply breathtaking in every aspect.



Instant Romkocsma (VI. Nagymező utca 38.) is the right place to get together in a loving embrace in the mysterious twilight, save the world with genious ideas, or paint the walls in a different colour. Or just sit down and feel good. The secret of Instant is the instant good feel mood.

Szimpla Kert (VII. Kazinczy utca 14.) was opened in 2001, since then it has become part of the Budapest image. It is a multicultural hub with frequent programmes, concerts and films (Szimpla Garden Cinema). Its kitchen is popular with young people. It is worth taking a ten-minute walk to discover the alternative Budapest.



KogArt Ház (VI. Andrássy út 112.) offers an excellent exhibition and a mouth-watering lunch at the same time. Besides organising five to six large-scale exhibitions a year since 2004 on contemporary modern art, KogArt Ház pays a special attention to the youngest generation of artists presenting their work at the annual "Fresh Europe" Show. A night out in an elegant villa flavoured with art: you can enjoy excellent food and wines surrounded by paintings of János Vaszary, János Mattis-Teusch, László Moholy Nagy, Valér Ferenczy or Lajos Kassák.

Akvárium Klub (V. Erzsébet tér) is a trendy, multicultural hub in the very heart of Budapest, on Deák Square. It organises exciting contemporary art and cultural events including a great number of alternative rock, jazz and world music concerts.



Egri Borozó (VI. Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 72.) is old-style wine cellar. Easy to find, easy to stay and have a few glasses of Bull’s Blood (one of the most characteristic Hungarian wines). It is a young-spirited place with cheap table wine served in ceramic jugs.

Városliget is only five stops away on the Millennium Underground from the Opera Garden Hotel & Apartments. It has always been a popular park in the Hungarian capital, part of the city myth. Ferenc Molnár was inspired by the unique atmosphere of the park, and his world-famous play titled Caroussel was put on stage in West End Theatres in London and on the New York Broadway as well. Be part of the City Park legend, and do not miss to taste scones ("lángos"), cotton candy ("vattacukor") and pretzels ("perec").


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