Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge
Roosevelt ter 2 Budapest
Modern architecture and décor provide a nice alternative to the city's trove of historic hotels.
Behind the reflective façade of this contemporary hotel, French designer Jean-Phillippe Nuel created a striking modern haven, beginning in the eight-floor atrium with a Swarovski crystal "fountain". The property offers top facilities for leisure and work, from a luxury spa, Finnish saunas, fitness center and indoor heated pool to multiple meeting rooms and a grand ballroom.
Views of the famous Chain Bridge can be seen from many of the 357 guest rooms and suites, which are equipped with 40-inch LED TVs, mini-bars and coffee/tea makers. Suites supply additional pampering with complimentary continental breakfast and living areas equipped with Nespresso coffee makers and Bose sound systems. A fusion of French, Asian, Mediterranean and Hungarian cuisine comes together at the Paris-Budapest Café, while Terrasse Restaurant serves an eclectic array of international dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The Bibliotek Lounge in the lobby, with its tall, illuminated doorway and colorful seating area, provides a selection of aromatic teas, coffee and homemade desserts.