In the historic Andrássy Avenue
Budapest is one of Europe’s most popular cities. Its location along the Danube river, an impressive history that has spawned an endless display of monumental buildings and the modern shopping experience, are just some of the reasons making this city worth a visit. Mamaison Hotel Andrassy Budapest is located in the historic Andrássy Avenue, only about a 5 minute walk from Heroes’ Square with its numerous art museums.
The famous shopping boulevard Váci utca featuring popular stores, shops and restaurants is only about 3 km away. Our elegant hotel is located in the diplomatic quarter and can easily be reached by car or public transport: the Bajza utca bus and metro station (about 170 m) and the Hősök tere metro station (about 290 m). Near the hotel you’ll find parks, museums and the Széchenyi thermal baths, which can be reached in about 13 minutes on foot.
Heroes’ Square – The stars at arm’s reach
Heroes’ Square is one of the best known and largest attractions in Budapest, impressing visitors with its numerous characteristic monuments, all designed by architect Albert Schickedanz and sculptor György Zala. The Millennium Monument stands tall in the middle of the square, while two art museums line the edge. Behind the square you’ll find the City Park, where guests can enjoy long walks and picnics
City Park – Recreation, Entertainment and Excellent Food
The City Park is a large green area and one of the most popular locations in Budapest – for both locals and tourists. Countless restaurants as well as cultural and recreational facilities have been developed here across an area of 1.2 km2. You’ll find impressive buildings such as the Vajdahhunyad Castle, the world-famous Széchenyi thermal baths and the zoological and botanical gardens with the Palm House, deep sea aquarium, crocodile house and fishing exhibition. And if you’re looking for somewhere to soak up the sun, the expansive lawns are the perfect place for a picnic.
Parliament – Bathed in Gold and Pomp
Budapest’s parliament house is a spectacular sight, even from the outside: NeoGothic elements with numerous towers and gables characterise this remarkable building. The entire complex consists in 10 courtyards, 13 elevators, 27 entrances, 29 staircases and 691 rooms. You can choose to visit the main staircase, the domed hall featuring the Holy Crown of Hungary, or even the boardroom. Tours should be booked well in advance.