Mercure Budapest Korona
Favorite Hotel
Share Hotel
Yellow StarYellow StarYellow StarYellow StarGray Star
Group 4Created with Sketch.Kecskeméti utca 14., Budapest
About Mercure Budapest Korona
The Mercure Budapest Korona is situated in downtown Budapest, close to the local architectural treasures like St. Stephen's Basilica, the Parliament or the Hungarian State Opera. Mercure Budapest Korona is only 600 metres from the Danube. WiFi is available for free. All en suite rooms have been renovated in 2018 with a fresh design. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with a satellite flat-screen TV. Winestone restaurant offers guests a taste of trendy cuisine with a wide range of wine selection. Guests have access to a well equipped fitness room. You will enjoy being in the heart of the historical and business center of Budapest in the middle of the famous pedestrian Váci street. The River Danube, Dohány Street Synagogue, the Jewish Quarter, museums, ruin pubs and baths are at your feet. The Mercure Budapest Korona has its own car park and offers limited onsite parking possibility. Tram and metro stops can be found right at the doorstep.Read More
8.2
Very Good1535 reviews on
Google Logo
Google Rating
Get Score
Hotel Gym Insights
Elevation icon | HotelGyms.com
Elevation
104 m (342 feet)
Fitness Facilities
    Internal Gym
    Internal Gym
Walk to the Gym icon | HotelGyms.comWalk to the Gym
Workout Apps icon | HotelGyms.comWorkout Apps
Overview

Are you looking for an alternative option to work out? You might want to check-out an external gym near your hotel or apartment. Select your gym of choice and get directly in contact with them to book a day pass for your next workout session.

Walk to the Gym logo | HotelGyms.com
No external gyms available within 1 km
Reviews (0)
User Default Picture
FAQs about Mercure Budapest Korona
What are the health and safety measure as Mercure Budapest Korona?
What fitness environment does the Mercure Budapest Korona provide?
What sports activities and fun things to do at Mercure Budapest Korona?