Of medium size, with dark brown furniture, the lobby has several couches and a cozy bar.
The history of this hotel dates back to more 'than one hundred years ago ... The idea of creating such a structure, 3 stars, the center of Budapest came in 1867 when they were developing the first buildings along the main central streets of the city organized events. Erzbet The hotel was opened in 1873, the year the Hungarian capital Budapest was being formed by the merger of three small towns: Pest, Buda and Obuda (Old Buda). The hotel was so-named because it was allowed to Sissi, Queen Elizabeth, wife of Emperor Francis Joseph, the protagonist of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The actual opening of the hotel came in 1976. From that date until today continues to be renewed, however, keeping the historic features.
Freshly renovated, stylish rooms with comfortable furniture and warm, vivid colours offer air-conditioning, sound-proof windows, direct-dial telephone, free wireless Internet access, colour TV with pay-movies and satellite programmes, minibar and hairdryer. From the upper floors a capturing panorama opens on the Gellért Hill and the old downtown. Rooms for smokers and connecting rooms are also available. Pets are welcome.
The hotel restaurant each morning to its guests a rich breakfast from 7.00 to 10.00. During the day you can enjoy bevamde, coffee, tea, snacks and sandwiches in the Snack & Drinkbar in the lounge. Service available from 10.00 to 22.00.