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Sofitel Budapest brings all the style and reliability of the Sofitel brand to the banks of the Danube. From the second you step into the hotel’s breathtakingly tall atrium, you are met with cutting-edge decor by French designer Jean-Phillipe Nuel, starting by the airplane model hanging from the ceiling. Sofitel is one of the most booked luxury gay-friendly hotels in Budapest.
The design throughout most of the hotel is playful and starkly contemporary, but the rooms themselves are decorated in a more traditional style. All rooms feature large bay windows for plenty of light, as well as marble bathrooms with bathtub and Sofitel’s signature ultra-comfy beds. Upgrade to a Luxury Room for unparalleled river views, or to an Executive Room or Suite for exclusive Club Millesime perks, such as butler service and access to the lounge.
An exceptional breakfast is served every morning at the terrace restaurant, while another restaurant offers a blend of high-end Parisian and Hungarian dining. The hotel spa has an indoor pool and sauna, and the gym is extremely well-equipped with cardio and weights equipment.
Sofitel Budapest benefits from an exceptional location just by Budapest’s Chain Bridge, across the Danube from the beautiful Buda Castle. Many of the city’s best sightseeing, shopping, dining, and nightlife destinations are in the surrounding area, including most of what gay Budapest has to offer. There is a tram station a stone’s throw from the hotel door. It is on the city’s most picturesque line, the Number 2 service that runs along the river.
♥ Beautiful location by the Danube and Chain Bridge
♥ Excellent breakfast with a vast range of choices
♥ Comfort and great amenities across all room categories