About HOTEL NEMZETI BUDAPEST MGALLERY BY SOFITEL
The history of the Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel is interweaved with that of the former National Theatre and the surrounding “Palace District” of Pest. Legends and gossips, plenty of hidden treasures. With over 120 years of hospitality in the spirit of arts and theatre.
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Underground passages, gateways for carriages, apartment houses with inner courtyards, tiny shops preserving their century-old beauty, squares and cafés evoking Parisian atmosphere, Art Nouveau palaces, passages being reanimated, cheerful statues… Let our colleagues fill you in on the history of the Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel and the legendary romance of Rigo Jancsi with the Belgian princess, followed by a professionally guided walking tour where you will discover the astonishing sights of the neighbourhood.
Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel Location
Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel is located a 2-minute walk away from the Blaha Lujza Tér M2 Metro Station. Several shopping centres and restaurants are in the closest vicinity, while the Keleti Railway Station is just a 5-minute drive from the property. The Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport can be reached within 20 minutes by car.
Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel Rooms
All stylish, air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, coffee/tea making facilities, a minibar and a private bathroom with a bathtub or a shower cabin. Bathrobes, slippers and toiletries are provided.
Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel Facilities
An elegant drink bar, laundry service, a self-service business centre with fax and photocopying can make your stay convenient in case of business purposes, while the concierge desk is at your disposal if you wish to explore the city. Free WIFI throughout.
Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallery By Sofitel Free Danube Cruise Tour & Extras
Discover the famous Parliament building, the third largest in the world, Buda Castle, formally the residence of the Hungarian royalty, and the Chain Bridge, the oldest and most famous bridge along the Danube River! Enjoy the best view of the city from the Citadel: It was historically constructed as a fortress, but today it is a major attraction for tourists. Don’t forget to pay the stunning Jewish Synagogue a visit as it is the largest Jewish house of worship in the world outside New York City!
For lovers of art and history the most important museums in the city are the Museum of Fine Arts, the Holocaust Memorial Centre, the Hungarian National Museum and the Hungarian National Gallery.
2-Nts Hotel Nemzeti Budapest MGallry By Sofitel
November Dates From £169pp
December Dates From £179pp
Budapest Christmas Market is open from 23rd November – 1st January. The Christmas Fair takes place on the Vörösmarty Square in the centre of the city which turns, for a few weeks, into a Winter Market, placed in front of the famous Gerbeaud Coffee House, at the end of the pedestrian street Vaci. Sound, lights and flavours unite the large number of people into a very festive crowd. The scent of Hungarian honey cookies, mulled wine, cinnamon makes everyone feel the celebration of Christmas with all one’s senses. The lighting of candles on the Advent Wreath is accompanied by choral singing and all day long you will be tempted by the Hungarian culinary specialties like the stuffed cabbage rolls, roasted goose, foie gras, as good as the French one, grilled paprika sausages and a lot of other Christmas dishes. Wooden stalls and outdoor stages allow craftsmen and artists to show their talent. It is the place where you can buy original hand-crafted gifts for your family and friends. The Fair’s visitors will be entertained by folk, jazz, blues, soul, crossover, world music concerts, dance house performances.
Opening Times: 23rd Nov – 1st January