Budapest needs no introduction and is one of the most picturesque cities of the former Eastern Bloc. Hungary has seen it all: communist despots, dictators and world war collateral damage. Now, the country has left its darker past behind and is one of the most luxurious places to visit in the entire European Union.
People have begun to visit Budapest in order to admire the architecture, art and palaces. One of the more beautiful places to stay in Budapest is the Four Seasons Gresham Palace which is located in the best possible location of the city on the Pest side. It is close to department stores, medieval ruins, old-money villas, churches and museums.
There is also the Danube Promenade and is just 10 minutes walk from the neo-gothic parliament building. Some of the luxuries that you could find in the Four Seasons Gresham Palace are stacks of verbena-scented L’Occitane toiletries and a Hollywood starlet tub. The bathrooms look like ballrooms, and in fact the Gresham Palace has quite a history of its own. It was the Hungarian capital’s grandest venue and is still among the best in the city.
You could savour the beauty of high-ceilinged restaurant, lavish apartments, an avant-garde cabaret venue and also learn about the British and U.S. bombing of the hotel in 1944. Thanks to a $US110 million restoration you can now enjoy the hotel in its glory. You can enjoy 179 guestrooms, including 14 suites and of course great restaurants. It costs from $388 and above per night.
Via: The Australian