Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Budapest

Everything about Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace exudes elegance. From the vintage art deco décor to refined continental dining and 179 chic guest rooms and suites, it’s decadence at its finest. Effortlessly combining the historical splendour of a 20th-century Palace with authentic Hungarian luxury and modern comfort, it’s one classy pick.  A beguiling city, full of quirky galleries and chic cafes, Budapest is best seen from one of Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace’s private balconies, and best explored from its doorstep on the Danube.


Across the gentle waters of the River Danube, framed by the iconic Chain Bridge, and overlooking the hills of Buda, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace couldn’t be better located. Quiet, tree-lined streets, quirky Art Nouveau landmarks and the city’s best restaurants are all just a short stroll away. Better still, it’s only just over half an hour’s drive away from the airport. Did someone say city break?

Your Room

Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace is a hotel where you should choose your room based on what you want to see out of it, not in it. All 179 of the elegant rooms here feature enchanting views over Budapest, whether that be tranquil courtyard gardens, the rooftops of the Old City or the gentle waters of the Danube. The interiors are hardly to be sniffed at though, with all rooms featuring king-sized beds, marble bathrooms and elegant art deco touches. For an added touch of luxury, the 19 suites, with vaulted ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and private balconies, add an extra sense of palatial splendour that will make them that bit harder to leave.

Why we like it?

We love getting under the skin of a city and whilst we love to do it ourselves, sometimes you’ve just got to take a cue from your concierge. Especially when it’s the Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace concierge. These guys know all the best places in the city, from the antique and curio shops of Falk Miksa to the best local paprika to buy at the Great Market Hall on Fovam Ter. Go ahead, ask them anything.