Refurbished to the highest possible standard in 2016, the Ritz-Carlton is housed in the former Adria Palace, a protected monument built in 1918. Equally impressive is the hotel’s location in the heart of historic Budapest. It overlooks Stephen’s Basilica and is minutes from the majestic River Danube, the city’s cultural highlights and its vibrant shopping and business district.
Famous for its rich thermal waters, Budapest is often called the City of Spas – and the Ritz Carlton’s will rival them all. After a hard day exploring both Buda and Pest, rejuvenate mind and body with a treatment, or relax with a dip in a heated indoor pool suffused in natural daylight.
Properly refreshed, you’ll be all set to explore The Ritz Carlton’s exceptional dining options. With an outdoor terrace for alfresco dining, The Deak Street Kitchen, serves delicious Hungarian-influenced international classics. Or you may prefer to try the Kupola Lounge, the elegant hub of the hotel. With an ornate stained glass dome, a central feature display table and original marble walls with artwork depicting Budapest over the ages, it has an inviting ambience all of its own.