December 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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St. George Residence in Budapest, Hungary
Built on medieval foundations in the heart of Budapest's UNESCO World Heritage district, St. George Residence captures the romance to days of gone by. This Hungarian treasure boasts just 26 extravagant suites, and public spaces whose stunning frescoed décor enhances the beautifully reconstructed Baroque architecture. Experience exclusive tranquility at the Blue Bird Restaurant and Café where their chef, a three time Oscar Prize winner, offers original cuisine enriched with international cooking and local Hungarian traditions. At the exceptional St. George Residence, you'll discover a hotel that revives the fine art of hospitality.
Tucked within the Budavar District, which contains the Royal Palace, Old Town and Castle Hill, this historic lodging enjoys a sublime location. You can stroll along cobbled streets to antique shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as the House of Hungarian Wines. Explore the natural water-carved caverns of the Labyrinth that runs beneath the Castle District, or climb to Toth Arpad Promenade for breathtaking views. Following a day trip to swim in Europe's largest thermal lake, take some time to explore the Wine Cellar and reflect on the Budapest experience that only St. George Residence can give you.
Location of St. George Residence
Nearest Airport: BUD
Amenities for St. George Residence
- General Information
- 26 Suites
- 24-Hour Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Multilingual Staff
- In-Room Amenities
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Fully-Equipped Kitchens
- Historic Sites
- Hot Springs
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for St. George Residence
We were sightseeing and wanted something more than a pizza or usual street fare for lunch and we found this wonderful traditional hotel, very near the palace. At the back there is a delightful quiet courtyard where we enjoyed a relaxing lunch in the shade. There is a good menu , much more extensive than the limited menus on street cafes. And the service was both friendly and efficient. Overall, we had a very good impression and I expect this is a lovely place to stay as well.
Max08Guernsey - Guernsey, United Kingdom
We were four couples on our way to a river cruise but wanting a few days in Budapest to get a little bit of Hungarian history, culture and food. The St. George Residence was booked by our agent. We liked the huge suites, the kitchenette, the courtyard and big bathrooms. We had a terrific goulash soup, had 20% off as we were staying. The towels were a bit thin. The pillows were useless. The bedroom TV in our and other suites did not work and, for the physically challenged, there are no elevators (just wide staircase with no rails) and no one waiting to help carry the luggage up to the rooms. If you need help, ask for it. The person in the lobby never informed us of what was available. He was helpful but only when you asked for help. The location is just 5 minutes from St. Matthias church and Fishermen Bastion. If we come back to Budapest, we will stay on the Pest side where there is more action and it is flatter for walking. This is not the Hilton. It is small and exclusive and very historic.
GenevieveK - Ottawa
Not sure what has happened to the reviews of the restaurant that we found before we visited, but they were all very poor. However we still went there and were very pleasantly surprised. The three course meal for Â£9 was excellent value, very enjoyable. Service was excellent and our waitress Ester was most attentive , providing my wife with gluten free options for the main course and dessert. I promised her I would put the record straight - so Ester here it is.
Graham958 - London, United Kingdom
My husband and I stayed in this hotel after we came off the orient express and we were so glad we did it was a very beautiful hotel and the staff were very frendly and extremely helpful in very thing. The food was very good and the room was spotless, We would diffently stay again. E patterson Northern Ireland
epatterson - lisburn
The place is beautiful and the location killer, but Cold War attitudes and mismanagement ruin the experience. You have to ask three times to get anything done; they intentionally overcharge, and running a restaurant in the courtyard destroys privacy. The boss has a nasty attitude straight out of 1970, and there is no bathtub.
powershrimp - New York