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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 1416 Reviews
Pretty good but duped
Reviewed 2 days ago

Gave me a key for a room that was already used but then offered a suite but then took It back because they found another regular room. Nice hotel but need lessons in customer service. The hotel was nice though.

Nicely renovated, but heating disaster and bugs
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I give two points for the renovation that is largely well executed. It is an improvement compared to before.
Unfortunately they chose to maintain a central heating system that is automatically set at 25 degrees Celsius in the winter...way too high for a comfortable sleep.
And when turning on the airco, it just blows additional hot air, increasing the temperature. Next to that, the hotel is having a bug plague at the moment (I just now removed three of them from my room, I have been here half an hour).

When addressing either topic to the staff they are not helpful unfortunately. They state that there is a bug plague going on and that they cant do anything about it. Besides this comment, no solution is offered.
Similar with respect to the heating, I only received a reply that there is a central heating, so do not put on the airco, and that one could open the window to cool down (which is not recommendable with the bugs)...

A true shame, I used to like coming to this hotel on my business trips, but am strongly considering to change my preferred hotel going forward...

Excellent for business trip OR Great starting point for a cultural adventure in Budapest
Reviewed 1 month ago

Located in the Embassy neighbourhood next to Andrassy Avenue. Very close but it is not in the city center so thanks to this fact it is really calm and silent place. By foot reachable a lot of the cultural things what nice to visit in Budapest but with using the public transportation from here you can cover all of it.
The staff is very good they are clearly highly qualified for their roles. They do everything in order that the guest feels comfortable and fine here.
Room is simple but nice and comfortable and clean. Many of us can experience that we book the very last room of a hotel and use to be huge differences in such as comfort, cleanliness, facilities comparison to other rooms.
Not here. At this hotel also if you book the very last available room you still will have it clean, nice and well equipped.
It can happen that once somebody find something little thing what just not according to his/her needs but for sure the staff will be there to solve it as shortest time is possible.

Air conditioning??
Reviewed 2 months ago

Stayed 4 nights in late Sept. 2018 with a group of 26. Website says they have air conditioned rooms. Arrived in our room. It was 27 degrees C / 80 degrees F. Turned on the AC set for vacation minimum 19C. It blew hot air. Advised hotel staff that AC was broken. Came back 2 hours later. No action. Front desk said maintenance was now gone for the weekend. We asked for a different room. Same problem. Turns out everyone in our group had the same problem. Only option was to open the windows and let the street noise and the bugs in. What upset me the most is that they didn't just say, I'm sorry but we don't have it running right now.

Calm comfortable hotel
Reviewed 3 months ago

I was there for 2 nights, had a good room, the only problem was that on the first morning they started to prepare a conference room next door and made noise with glasses, Breakfast was very good. Our business lunch was served rather slowly, we last too much time.