Queen’s Court Hotel & Residence, Budapest


Hotel – Queen’s Court Hotel & Residence

Property Type – 5 Star

Property Category – Luxury, Modern

Address – Dob Utca 63, Budapest, 1074, Hungary

Room Type we stayed in – Superior Suite – £55.00 per night.

Experience –We booked Queen’s court Hotel for 1 night. Perfect Hotel or Luxury apartment you can say. We were trying to stay in apartment once or twice a week during our road trip so we can cook and have our little kitchen routine which was quiet helpful, you get all the facilities which includes swimming pool, restaurant that serves hot breakfast (surcharges on top), business centre, conference room etc. Hotel is located in the city centre and few minutes’ walk from Budapest’s famous landmarks. You are not far from few of the amazing ruined bars or wonderful cafes which carry on the legacy.

I remember there is a massage parlour very close to the hotel, once you step out of hotel and if you walk towards right for less than 2 minutes. I booked massage for both of us and it was one of the best 1 hour massage we got and paid only £6.00 each. How awesome, right!! 🙂

Be careful with the parking, basement car parking was not high enough for 2.5+ mtr high car so we had to park somewhere else which was just 10 mins walk away from the Hotel. I would definitely recommend this Hotel. A perfect base for families, business travellers or couples. Best thing is to book in advance so you can get non-refundable rate (advance purchase rate of GBP 55 per night including taxes, depending on season) and save little bit.

Budapest is absolutely a stunning city and we definitely would like to visit this city again. It’s famous for its stunning architecture and its thermal springs which have been used for therapeutic purposes since prehistory. Do save some energy for the nightlife – This city kicks into another gear after 10PM 🙂

Near By Attractions – St. Stephen’s Basilica, Chain Bridge, Parliament building, Buda Castle, Hero’s square, Budapest’s Busiest Blvd., Inner ring, Outer ring, Buda ring.

P.S. Don’t miss reading our experience in and around Budapest during our London 2 Jammu road trip.

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