Aria Hotel Budapest

Location: Budapest | Hungary

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

Take a neoclassical palace in Budapest, dress it up in a cool, contemporary design and infuse music-inspired decor, and voila: you have the cutting-edge Aria Hotel Budapest. New to the luxury hotel scene since spring 2015, Aria Hotel Budapest is both glamorous and kitsch with its unique music theme and trendy rooftop terrace.
Perfect forMusic-lovers and scenesters on a luxury break in Budapest.
In the knowDon’t miss Aria Hotel’s exquisite glass-enclosed Music Garden, affording sky views while comfortably climate-controlled.

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Hotel Overview


In an unrivalled spot in Pest, Aria Hotel Budapest is flanked by the impressive domes of St. Stephen’s Basilica and is just a ten minute walk from the iconic Chain Bridge.

Rooms at Aria Hotel Budapest

There are four wings at Aria Hotel Budapest, each honouring distinct music genres: opera, classical, contemporary and jazz. The rooms pay tribute to various artists including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Amy Winehouse and more, with caricatures of the artists framed above the beds. Each room is styled with plush fabrics and bright pops of colour, and features an iPad loaded with music, a widescreen television and Nespresso machine.

Food and facilities

Aria Hotel isn’t short on bars, eateries and first-class facilities: from the screening room playing recordings of musical performances, to the trendy High Note SkyBar overlooking St. Stephen’s Basilica from its luxuriously-appointed rooftop. There’s Stradivari restaurant, with its contemporary Hungarian cuisine, Satchmo’s Bar & Lounge crafting lip-smacking cocktails, and the lobby where a daily continental breakfast is served.

Activities at Aria Hotel Budapest

Budapest is known for its bath spas, and Aria has added another to the collection with its subterranean Harmony Spa, complete with heated pool, Jacuzzi, Turkish hammam, Swedish sauna, fitness studio and an aquatic exercise bike, no less. You don’t have to wander far to soak up Budapest’s delights: just three minutes from the hotel is Andrássy Avenue, a restaurant and boutique-lined boulevard, as well as the Opera House.

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