The Standard for Hospitality in Hungary
As you approach its exterior from the city’s landmark bridge, it becomes evident that the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace is the benchmark for luxury hotels in Budapest. One of the finest examples of Art Nouveau architecture, the hotel’s façade is dotted with arches and columns, imposing statues, and stylized floral motifs in turquoise and gold.
Gresham Palace sits at the eastern end of the Chain Bridge—possibly one of the most photographed landmarks of the city—making it an ideal location for those wishing to indulge in shopping and dining. The Castle District is conveniently located directly opposite on the other side of the river.
The hotel features 179 rooms in four different configurations, all spacious and decorated with solid, polished furniture; complete with minibar, high-end entertainment system, and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. The bathrooms boast black and chocolate marble with both bath and shower.
Service is impeccable. Elegant, without being stuffy. Guests can also expect a more informal and friendly approach when it comes to dining. At Kollázs Brasserie and Bar, a warm and helpful wait-ing staff will offer a selection of Hungarian and international cuisine centered on an open charcoal rotisserie. The restaurant offers as well a lighter snack menu and a Sunday brunch. Breakfast consists of a hot and cold buffet.
The hotel is also home to an infinity-edge pool; the Gresham Room, a historic icon bolstered by spectacular views of the Cain Bridge, fitness facilities, and spa.
Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace
Széchenyi István tér 5,
Text: Andrés Ordorica ± Photo: Four seasons