About NEW YORK RESIDENCE
In the heart of Budapest, the exclusive New York Residence lets you experience the city in its entirety, without compromising on excellence.
The position is nothing short of prestigious: The Andrássy Boulevard, Opera House and thermal baths are all in the immediate vicinity of these exclusives suites available in various sizes (from 1 to 3 bedrooms), with air conditioning, wide spaces and top-of-the-range comforts.
Able to host up to 8 people, they feature a fully equipped kitchen with dining area, elegant lounge with flat-screen satellite TV and free access to high-speed internet.
Contemporary design enthusiasts will be amazed by the two-storey suite featuring large panoramic terraces overlooking the city. The Breakfast Room offers a continental deluxe breakfast.
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All the most convenient services of the Boscolo Budapest are just a stone’s throw away: buffet breakfast, SPA, fitness centre, Bar with piano, conference rooms and direct access to the underground garage.
Residence guests can try a selection of culinary specialities at the historical New York Café and the New York Salon restaurant, always ready and willing to offer a personal touch to the Hungarian capital.
New York Residence spacious, air-conditioned suites feature a chic living space with flat screen TV and high-speed internet access, in addition to fully equipped kitchens with a dining area.
On-site dining options include Hungarian and Italian fusion food at the historical New York Café and intimate meals at Salon Fine Dining. To venture into town, jump onto the public transport – the Boscolo Residence is just a few metres away from a large hub.
Providing culture buffs with a profusion of cultural delights – Budapest derives from the merging of two cities: ‘Buda’ and ‘Pest’ which are set on either side of the River Danube, both boast their own distinct personalities. While one heralds majestic architecture and historical landmarks, the other is more about showing off its cosmopolitan delights. An irresistible blend of old and new – this European titan has it all
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Budapest Highlights – 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!
Christmas Market – There are 12 food and drink stalls in the middle of the centrally located Vörösmarty Square, flanked by 28 craft stalls selling artisanal products and crafts. Budapest may be a thriving city with pop-up cafes, craft beer bars and vintage stores, but the Christmas market, now in its 18th year, is resolutely traditional. There’s a craft-making crèche at weekends, where children aged 10+ can be left and, on Sundays at 4pm, a ceremonial lighting of an advent candle, followed by marzipan candies with Santa on the stage.
There’s also ice skating by the illuminated St Stephen’s Basilica nearby, whose smaller Christmas market opens this weekend and features a laser show on its neoclassical facade.
Budapest christmas market will be open from 23rd November to the 01st January.