7 luxury hotels in Budapest among best ones in the world
Posted by Mia Balogh · Mar 21, 2019

These are the best Hungarian luxury hotels, according to Forbes Travel Guide.

Budapest is a popular destination for tourists and offers of course great restaurants, spas and also some fantastic accommodation possibilities. If you arrive here, you can spend the night at one of the awesome luxury hotels in the city, which happen to be among the best ones in the world – as Ujszo.com reported. They write that 7 luxury hotels were named among the best luxury hotels of the world, according to Forbes Travel Guide’s article.

The compilation is really prestigious – being on the list is already a big achievement – and the system must be quite complicated because Forbes’s supervisors go to different hotels all year incognito and evaluate them based on 900 (!) criteria. Can you imagine that? :O Well, 75% of these criteria are about services; the rest of the aspects are about the building’s conditions and location.

Let’s see which hotels in Budapest are among the top hotels in the world:

Corinthia Hotel Budapest, Four Seasons Hotel Gresham Palace, Intercontinental Budapest, Kempinski Hotel Corvinus, The Ritz-Carlton, Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge and New York Palace Hotel - with one of the most beautiful cafés in the world.

In which one of these hotels would you fancy a nice room – or a suite? Let’s daydreaming a little bit! ;)

Source: Ujszo.com

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