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About Hotel Gellert

Historic traditions preserved in work of art hotel next to the river Danube.

Sophisticated guests, who admire traditional architecture and dedicated service, will honour this preserved jewel of construction art and at the same time enjoy the unique historical atmosphere.

The hotel was erected on the right bank of the River Danube between 1916 and 1918 until its opening to the public on September 24th, 1918 and has maintained the highest recognition ever since. The special ambience and furniture of the rooms together with the friendly style of the hotel are blending in perfect harmony.

Next to the hotel you can find the world famous Gellert Bath.

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Mat Nichol
Jan 5 2009
Its definitely unusual and a good experience, although summer can be very humid here and rooms don't generally have a/c.

T. A
Jul 27 2006
It's beautiful. And Budapest is very nice.

Mike Rogers
May 24 2005
This grand and spectacular Art Nouveau Hotel made retains much of its original charm and splendour in terms of both its appearance and the way it is run. The caged elevator link to the Turkish Baths in the basement of the Hotel was a luxurious bonus and the Baths themselves were fantastic. The room in which we stayed was spacious but nothing spectacular in terms of its decor and facilities. We did however have our own balcony terrace with wonderful views over the Danube and towards Gellert Hegy. The Hotel offers a number of Restaurants and a wonderful Coffee Bar. The restaurant in which we dined was excellent in terms of service and food, although the in-house string quartet were a little 'in your face' (quite literally). Overall a very pleasant and interesting stay.

Mat Nichol
Jan 5 2009
Its definitely unusual and a good experience, although summer can be very humid here and rooms don't generally have a/c.

T. A
Jul 27 2006
It's beautiful. And Budapest is very nice.

Mike Rogers
May 24 2005
This grand and spectacular Art Nouveau Hotel made retains much of its original charm and splendour in terms of both its appearance and the way it is run. The caged elevator link to the Turkish Baths in the basement of the Hotel was a luxurious bonus and the Baths themselves were fantastic. The room in which we stayed was spacious but nothing spectacular in terms of its decor and facilities. We did however have our own balcony terrace with wonderful views over the Danube and towards Gellert Hegy. The Hotel offers a number of Restaurants and a wonderful Coffee Bar. The restaurant in which we dined was excellent in terms of service and food, although the in-house string quartet were a little 'in your face' (quite literally). Overall a very pleasant and interesting stay.

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Hotel Gellert

Budapest, Hungary
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Historic traditions preserved in work of art hotel next to the river Danube.
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