Budapest Converts Its UNESCO World Heritage Site Into Luxurious Hotel

Budapest Matild Palace
by Suchismita Pal
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Want to stay inside a swanky world heritage palace in the Hungarian capital Budapest? A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the magnificent Matild Palace in Budapest has now been turned into a lavish hotel. The palace dating back to 1902 has 111 royal rooms and 19 suites open for accommodation. These rooms and suites offer breathtaking views of the historic European city. The hotel also offers views of the splendid Danube river.

Budapest Matild Palace

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Matild Palace Is Now A Luxury Collection Boutique Hotel

Matild Palace in Budapest is now a luxury collection boutique hotel. The hotel features a rooftop bar, a posh restaurant, gym and spa-style washrooms for thermal baths. Although the palace has been renovated into a hotel, many of its original features have been retained to keep its royal charm alive. The rooms have high ceilings, gorgeous crystal lamps, art nouveau detailings and more. The hotel is a part of Marriott’s Luxury Collection. Meanwhile, Arjun Rampal was spending quality time in Budapest with his girlfriend Gabriella Demetriades and little son Arik.

Budapest Matild Palace

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The Buda Castle Is 2 Km Away From The Palace

Matild Palace is conveniently located at just a 2-minute walk from the metro station. The Buda Castle is around 2 kilometres from here. The palace comes with advanced facilities like Wifi, smart televisions and Netflix. There are also tea and coffee making facilities. The cost of staying here starts at around ₹40,081. To know more, click here.


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