Mercure Budapest City Center
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Group 4Created with Sketch.Váci utca 20., Budapest
About Mercure Budapest City Center
The Mercure Budapest City Centre is located on famous pedestrian Váci Utca in the heart of Budapest, a 2-minute walk from the Danube River. It offers a limited onsite parking possibility. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel and there is a PC corner at the bar. Visit our fantastic Winestone restaurant which is the very first in Hungary and get a taste of trendy cuisine with a wide range of wine selection. After a long day in the city refresh your body in our new well equipped fitness room or relax during a massage. The Mercure Privilege Lounge serves as an elegant breakfast room and during the day as a snack and drinks area. Air conditioning is available in all areas in outside the heating season. Various restaurants, shops and bars can be reached on foot within a few minutes. The Great Synagogue and the Deák Ferenc Square, conjunction of the 3 metro lines are both a 5-minute walk away. Jewish district, museums, ruin pubs and baths are at your feet.Read More
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103 m (339 feet)
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