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District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
Eat, see, and stay in District VII / Jewish Quarter
We dropped by the New York Palace for a quick look on a trip to Budapest. Unfortunately we didn't take time to have coffee. The building decoration looks like the interior of a palace and museum. Gold accents throughout with paintings on the walls and ceilings. This is the height of elegance and worth a stop.
We signed up for the Jewish Grand Tour Budapest because the Jewish Essential Tour Budapest was booked. We had an excellent guide who took us through the museum, synagogue and grounds. The halfway point is the difference between the Grand and Essential. We broke off from the group due to a time commitment, finishing what is in effect the Essential...
Not a long visit but an interesting building still in use. Turn of the century, trashed during the war, and since reconstructed but the essentials are still there. Nice welcome from the members staffing the front desk.
Such sadness, such terror and yet this was a nice place to visit. They offer multi language information sessions inside the Synagogue and then a short outside tour. Or you can wander yourself. To stand at the 24 mass graves and consider what happened to people is meaningful to say the least. This was a bit of a last minute...
It was inside the Synagogue..After the explantion during the Synagogue tour, we went to the museum..This museum is over a couple of floors and is an introduction to Jewish traditions and the history during the war...
$$$$ • Seafood, International, Mediterranean, European, Central European
reviewed yesterday by MichaelChew
Our group had the tasting menu which was excellent and really innovative. Two members of the group had gluten intolerance and they were very accommodating with alternatives. The dishes were presented beautifully and tasted just as good. Friendly staff. Booking definitely recommended.
Fantastic stop if you’re a craft beer lover. Plenty of bottles to choose from and great options on tap. Found some of our favourites on the shelves and tried a good selection of local Hungarian beers on tap; followed this stop with a visit to their craft beer pub ‘Hopoholic’ which again was brilliant.
Very nice room with balcony and comfortable bed.
Breakfast was excellent with good wide choice of excellent buffet.
Smiling staff who are very happy to help with anything you need.
Great thanks for the early check in (10:00AM).
We will be coming back for sure.
We had the pleasure of staying at this beautiful hotel for four nights. The staff was exceptional and the amenities, such as the pool, sauna and spa were great. The breakfast buffet is one of the best I have had. I would highly recommend this hotel.
"Visually spectacular,the coffe shop is a must to see"
reviewed yesterday by ical8
Got an exclusive room for 6 nights,side view but could still see the buda castle from our balcony,expensive but good service and staff,the only downfall is the noise,the double glazing not perfect so can hear some road noise especially there is a huge construction work going on front of the hotel rejuvenate the the floor we stayed have quietly locking...
We stayed in this hotel for 3 days/2 nights in the end of May 2018 and had a great experience. Location is top notch being in one of the busiest part of Pest area yet tucked in a cul-de-sac road, so noise was not an issue at all. There are so many restaurants/bars/cafes nearby and famous tourist sites such as...
This hotel is a very nice hotel, with a perfect location for any traveller to Budapest. They also have a private garage for 15 EUR per night. I would highly recommend this hotel and would definitely stay here again.