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Superior Rooms in the City Hotel Matyas
Choose one of the 5 Superior Rooms in the City Hotel Mátyás!
City Hotel Mátyás ***
The hotel located in the heart of the downtown just 50 metres from the famous Váci Street, with its most exclusive shops and restaurants. The monument building hotel has 85 modern rooms, some of wich have a fascinating panoramic Danube and Buda Castle view, guaranteeing an unforgettable stay in Budapest.
City Hotel Pilvax ***
The Hotel Pilvax is an elegant and yet homely hotel situated in the very heart of the City Center. The hotel is located on a quiet side street just a few minutes walk from bustling pedestrian shopping street Váci utca.
City Hotel Ring ***
The Hotel Ring is located on Szent István körút, part of the Budapest ring road, which provides easy access to much of Buda and Pest. This puts the guest within easy walking distance of Budapest’s downtown business district, the peaceful parks of Margaret Island, the Western railway station and all the city’s major attractions.
St. Stephen’s Basilica
This neo-Renaissance church was raised to the rank of basilica minor and is the capital’s largest, and the country’s second largest church. It has the biggest bells in Hungary.
Chain Bridge
The Chain Bridge is one of Budapest’s most famous landmarks. The magnificent suspension bridge was built in the 19th century across the river Danube between Pest and Buda, at the time still separate cities.
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All of our hotels are perfectly located in the heart of the downtown of Budapest.
The Hotel Mátyás was the founding member of the City Hotel chain. The hotel located in the heart of the downtown just 50 metres from the famous Váci Street, with its most exclusive shops and restaurants.
The Hotel Pilvax is an elegant and yet homely hotel situated in the very heart of the City Center. The hotel is located on a quiet side street just a few minutes walk from bustling pedestrian shopping street Váci utca.
The Hotel Ring is located on Szent István körút, part of the Budapest ring road, which provides easy access to much of Buda and Pest. This puts the guest within easy walking distance of Budapest’s downtown business district, the peaceful parks of Margaret Island, the Western railway station and all the city’s major attractions.
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Events in Budapest
Robbie Williams brings his incredible Swing album to concert halls around Europe in 2014 with a tour that starts in Budapest on April 25 and culminates at London’s 02 Arena in July.
André Rieu the king of waltz in Budapest again!
The championship starts on 14th July, 2014 at the Hajos Alfred swimming pool on the Margaret Island.
Sightseeing in Budapest
Matthias Church (Church of Our Lady) with its pierced towers and tiled roof was for centuries the coronation church and site for many royal weddings. Rebuilding work in the early 19th century involved the age’s most respected artists and professionals. There is a large ecclesiastical collection in the crypt (lapidarium, treasury, copy of the Holy Crown) and concerts are held here from spring to autumn.
The building of the Matthias church (aka Church of Our Lady) was started in 1255 in Gothic style. The north tower still preserves some parts of the original church. Under the reign of King Matthias it was enlarged and renewed. The king had both of his weddings here. His coat of arms with the black raven is still visible on the south tower. That’s why the commonly used name of the church is Matthias Church. During six centuries it used to be the coronation church. The first king crowned here in 1308 was Charles Robert and the last one Charles IV. of Habsburg in 1916. During the Turkish occupation it was converted to a mosque, and after the reconquest of Buda it was reconstructed in baroque style but it still preserves some of its oriental atmosphere.
As the millennial celebrations of 1896 approached, the nation’s demand for representation channelled the conception of a unique Parliament building. The Palace of Westminster in part inspired the design, but a well-known Hungarian architect, Imre Steindl, laid out the plans in their entirety.
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