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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


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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


4.5 Very Good 1423 Reviews
longer weekend
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

the Hotel has an excellent location, metro station is 3 minutes away from the entrance and just around the corner You are already at the heroes square. the room is clean stylish and really comfy. the staff has fulfilled all the expectations. restaurant is serving a delicious goulash soup that we have tried. except from all of this, there is a handy smartphone provided that has a city guide and free data transfer with Google maps and quick connection buttons with reception, room service and other hotel services. basically the Hotel is well prepared to meet all the expectations of its guests,. very satisfied and happy guest.

Could have been better
Reviewed 1 month ago

We spend 5 nights at this hotel. It is a little out of the city centre but a metro station (yellow line) and a bus stop are just steps away. We took a leisurely walk to the centre once along Andrassy and it was quite pleasant and took us about 40 minutes.
Upon checking in, we were given a junior suite even though we had booked the deluxe room. However, we found it to be too big for us and a little noisy with traffic noises until late even with the windows closed. So we requested for a room change the next day.
The room (a deluxe) was clean, well appointed and quiet, being situated further from the main road.
However, it was very warm during our stay in early October and the air conditioning, being centralized, could not be adjusted. We had to keep the window open at all times. Even so, there was little or no breeze and when we requested for fan, were informed that they couldn't find one.
We also couldn't get connected to the wifi.
We tried the breakfast buffet once but alas, it was disappointing. Sausages and eggs were overcooked, pastries mediocre and the spread was pretty basic with not many options. Certainly not worth the price we paid for.
However, for dinner, La Perle Noire served some very good dishes especially the leg of duck.
Overall, this hotel is lovely and located in a pleasant area with private residences and embassies. Our stay could have been better if not for the issues mentioned.

Very good 4* hotel
Reviewed 2 months ago

An excellent 4 star hotel in a great location. So close to both the metro and bus stops. Hotel was spotlessly clean. We were upgraded to a junior suite with a huge room and a Jacuzzi bath which was a pleasant surprise. Located right next to Heroes Square and the Szechenyi baths.
Would recommend to friends and family.

Reviewed 2 months ago

Stayed here with my Boss in September.. The rooms dont have kettles( or at least mine didn’t) I called reception who apologised but again non was ever sent I dont know whether it was a language issue.. also the room was only cleaned once in the three nights I spent not so good for a 4 star hotel.. the good parts, the staff are amazing and hotel is fairly clean. It is located about 10 mins walk to the former Jewish ghettos where pretty much every thing happens so bars restaurants etc in close proximity.. and about two mins walk to the Heros square..

Pretty good but duped
Reviewed 2 months 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.