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Kempinski Hotel is a 5-star hotel in the heart of the city center. The design is understated and elegant, created by British designer Alex Kravetz. Large windows in all the rooms overlook Erzsébet Park or the streets of historic Pest.
There are two restaurants on-site, including a branch of the legendary Nobu – the first in Central Europe. Due to its fame and popularity, it is recommended to book ahead of time. For a more casual dining experience, there is a brasserie serving Hungarian-Viennese dishes with a modern flair as well as a cafe serving cakes and sandwiches. Two bars, Blue Fox The Bar and Nobu Bar, keep the high-class cocktails coming.
The hotel features its own art gallery, as well as a bright and airy luxury spa. The spa includes a small gym with some good cardio equipment as well as an indoor pool.
Kempinski Hotel is located in the Inner City, one of the two neighborhoods in central District V. This places it within close walking distance of many of the tourist attractions in the city, such as St Stephen’s Basilica and Buda Castle. There is a metro station (Vörösmarty tér, Line 1) just a couple of minutes from the hotel door, so you are always connected to the rest of the city.
Most of gay Budapest is also close by: Oops @ Anker’t, VIBE, and Habrolo are all under a 10-minute walk. Alterego, the city’s biggest gay club, and Coxx, Hungary’s largest gay cruise club, are both 15 minutes away from the hotel.
♥ Ideal location for sightseeing and gay Budapest nightlife
♥ Large, comfortable, and recently renovated rooms
♥ World-famous Nobu restaurant on-site