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What We Love

  • Quiet, picturesque location in a historic residential area
  • Intimate size means attentive service
  • Innovative gourmet dining from chef Norbert Biro at Baraka Restaurant
  • Free WiFi
  • Chic Bauhaus and Art Deco style

What To Know

  • It’s a walk (or short metro ride) to restaurants and the city center
  • Rooms have either showers or tubs, so if you have a preference, ask in advance
  • Gourmet breakfast buffet is not included
  • Fitness facilities are at a nearby sister hotel, not on-site

Amenities

  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Overview

The Review

Set along Budapest’s tree-lined Andrassy Boulevard, the Mamaison Andrassy Budapest is a smart base for exploring the city. Its intimate size and residential location make it feel more like a private home than an international hotel. Plus, the Andrassy has the history and character missing from many of the city’s newer five stars. Built in 1937, the property was renovated in 2007, but it retains the Bauhaus and Art Deco style of its original incarnation.

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While you won’t find the latest high-tech accoutrements, you will find personalized service, expansive European-style breakfasts (for an extra fee) and the Baraka gourmet restaurant, where chef Norbert Biro serves an East-meets-West menu with a nod to traditional Hungarian flavors. The restaurant’s lush terrace passes a crucial hotel restaurant test, as well: It’s a favorite with scene-making locals.

The area immediately around the hotel is relatively quiet, since it’s mainly home to embassies and large private homes. It’s a short walk to the city’s museums, like the unique Museum of Terror, which traces the effects of communism and socialism on the city. It’s also close to the Opera House, home of the Hungarian National Ballet, and the historic Szechenyi Thermal Bath & Spa complex. Built in 1881 and expanded a century ago, it’s one of the largest spa complexes in all of Europe and a highlight of any trip to Budapest.

How to Get There

Mamaison Hotel Andrassy
Andrassy ut 111
Budapest, H1063 Hungary

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1465 Reviews
Fantastic hotel
Barbora P

Comfortable accommodation and delicious breakfast. Rooms are very nice and spacious. During our stay we had the opportunity to hear a koncert of Sting and Shaggy from our balcony. I can highly recommend this property.

Stunning hotel and beautiful city Budapest
Allison W

Have just spent 3 nights at the Mamaison hotel in Budapest situated near Heroes square and it’s been great. The hotel itself is very modern with spacious rooms offering big screen tv, oversized comfortable beds and luxurious bathroom. The whole hotel is spotlessly clean with very attentive and helpful staff. We were able to walk to most places but the hotel is situated very close to stop 5 on the hop on hop off bus so could travel anywhere we needed to go. Would definitely stay here again if we came back to Budapest. Whilst we have been here it has been very hot so quite uncomfortable for walking all day, and has been crowded due to this weekend being a Hungarian national holiday so be prepared if you come around the 20th August the shops are closed for 2 days, plus side the fireworks let off on the Danube were amazing and the atmosphere was great

Long Weekend
danny402

Absolutely loved the hotel, staff were brilliant and great restaurant(Le Pearl Noir) joined onto it. Great location for Hero’s Square and the park. The only reason I give it four stars is because you have to pay for coffee in your room even though they provide the coffee machine. They treat the coffee pods as part of the mini bar