Mercure Hotel Budapest Nemzeti

  VIII. József krt. 4.      (+36-1) 477 4500     more than a year ago
Purpose built as a hotel back in 1896 - supposedly the 1000th anniversary of Attila the Hun's incursion into the Carpathian basin, the Nemzeti was remodelled as a boutique hotel in 2012. Expect a mix of Art Nouveau and ultra moderne in the décor and you won't be disappointed. This new look is due to the fact that Nemzeti is now part of the 'M Gallery universe', an international chain of boutique hotels - if boutique and chain belong in the same sentence. Whether you like the bright, almost lurid colour scheme will be a matter of personal taste. The hotel does preside over a busy thoroughfare with trams rattling by day and night, but double glazed windows in front absorb the din.


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Facilities for disabled
Home Delivery
City centre location
Conference facilities


M2 Blaha Lujza tér

Tel / Fax

(+36-1) 477 4500 / (+36-1) 477 4501



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Lance Grundy
Great Britain
This hotel was built at the end of the nineteenth century and was once one of the finest hotels in Budapest. Restored by the Accor Group, the Nemzeti is once again a very grand-looking and welcoming hotel. A grand staircase with the original wrought iron balustrades provides access to all floors of the hotel [there is also a lift] and a spectacular dining room [with its newly-renovated stained glass roof] serves a delicious breakfast and an exceptionally good value three course lunch for about ten quid. The staff are friendly and efficient and the rooms are spotlessly clean. The bathrooms are modern with walk-in stall showers [rain & hose fitting] and complementary robes and slippers are provided for guests. Each room also has a flat-screen TV, tea & coffee making facilities, free bottled water and an in-room safe. The décor is modern and well finished. The location of the hotel is excellent for public transport. The Blaha Lujza ter tram stop is directly in front of the hotel, as is the Metro stop of the same name and numerous buses stop in the Rackoczi utca alongside the hotel making the whole city easily accessible in just a few minutes. I was also able to use my 24hr public transport ticket [a steal at around £4.50 and not to be confused with the 24hr City Card] to get to and from the airport in less than an hour using bus, metro & tram. I can honestly say that this is one of the best value hotels I have ever stayed in and I thoroughly enjoyed my brief visit and I hope to stay here again in the not too distant future. Highly recommended.
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