Hotel Palazzo Zichy
Why We Love This Hotel
- Hotel Palazzo Zichy occupies an excellent city centre location on the Pest side
- The hotel is just a short stroll from the Grand Boulevard and River Danube
- Breakfast is served in a glass-roofed restaurant
- There is complimentary Wi-Fi throughout
Set in Budapest’s Palace Quarter, the Hotel Palazzo Zichy was originally built in the 19th century for the Hungarian elite, Count Nandor Zichy. This 80-bedroom property is on the Pest side of the city, close to the Grand Boulevard.
The hotel is conveniently located 450m from the Rakoczi Ter Metro stop, there are also plenty of bus and tram stops close by. The Hungarian National Museum is nearby and the River Danube is a short 2km stroll from the hotel. The Grand Boulevard is also just a few streets away, making the hotel’s location ideal for exploring the city.
There is a glass-roofed restaurant on-site where the breakfast buffet is served, a lounge area with free tea and coffee until 5pm and also a lobby area for evening drinks. Elsewhere in the hotel there is a 24-hour fitness centre with a sauna, computers and printers for guests to use, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout.
The bedrooms are contemporary and stylish and there is a choice of Superior or Junior Suite. The Superior Rooms have all the usual modern amenities while the Junior Suite is much more spacious with larger windows.