This property has historical connotations and ranks amongst the finest class of accommodation in the city with an excellent location.
The former Adria Palace was opened as the Nobel hotel in 2000 and has a total of 218 rooms of which 26 are suites, on 9 floors. Various facilities are available to guests including a vast foyer with glass dome, a 24-hour reception, lifts, safes and a cloakroom. Additional facilities include an elegant atrium café, a newspaper stand, a shop, a hairdresser's salon, a number of conference rooms and a cosy bar with live music. In both of the air-conditioned restaurants, guests are spoilt with the delicious cuisine on offer. In addition, various services are offered include WLAN Internet access, room and laundry services, a bicycle storage facility and parking facilities (some of which incur an additional fee).
The hotel is located in central Budapest very close to the main shopping street, within very easy walking distance of the banks of the Danube and close to all the main metro lines and bus station.
The rooms are all well appointed and extremely comfortable. The colour scheme is very light and contemporary and each room features a unique work of art.
The restaurant is quite comfortable and laid out in a pleasant way and serves quite outstanding international as well as local specialties. It is located behind the lobby area.
The imposing building has a white facade dating back to the late period of the last century. It was formerly the police headquarters.
The medium to large sized lobby is well furnished and has the luxurious feel associated with a hotel of this type. There is a sumptuous area to the rear which is for taking drinks and coffee which leads into the elegant fine dining restaurant.
Total Number of Rooms: 193
Direct dial phone
Automatic wake-up call
Medium sized lobby
Earliest check-in at
Porterage 24 hour
Rooms service 24 hour
1 indoor pool
Car parking (Payable to hotel, if applicable)
Car rental facilities