A hop away from the sights | Hotel Parlament



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Hotel Parlament // H-1054 Kálmán Imre utca 19// Budapest, Hungary// WebsiteTel: +36 1 374-6000E-mail: reservation@parlament-hotel.hu

Pictures // Ajay Hasabnis/Lavina 




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Hotel Parlament Budapest


  • Hotel Parlament is literally located at a 8-10 minute walk from the major sights like the Parlament in Budapest, The Shoes by the Danube and St.Stephens Cathedral
  • The customer service is exceptional
  • The internet station is free and can be made use of anytime
  • There's also free WiFi for guests to make use of
  • It's also definitely a good space for business meetings
  • In addition to the Jacuzzi there's also a sauna in the hotel which is complementary
  • It can be got to easily by making use of the public transport system too
  • There are restaurants located within walking distance
  • It's a great location if you're looking to explore the Jewish quarter too!



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We were guests of Hotel Parlament, Budapest, however, all opinions are as always, our own.


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