The Victoria's lobby is large enough, with impressive antique furniture, and in the bar Victoria's original coffee-maker can be found.
The four-star Grand Margaret Island, built in 1873 on Margaret Island - the island of parks in the centre of Budapest - reflects the turn-of-century atmosphere of a hundred years ago. The hotel is connected to the neighbouring Grand Margaret Island by a heated underground corridor thus enable guests to benefit from the services of both hotels.
Rooms are large and in good condition. They are impressively furnished with antiques, classical paintings and elegant decor lending a timeless atmosphere. The bathrooms are medium in size and adequate. All rooms have bath, ari-conditioning with individual controlling, colour satellite TV, Pay-Tv, direct dial telephone, in-room safe, minibar, coffee/tea maker, in some rooms there is a balcony overlooking either the Danube or the beautiful park. Non-smoking, connecting rooms and disabled rooms.
The Széchenyi Restaurant with a garden terrace leading out into the park, offers disches of the Hungarian, international and dietetic cuisine, as well as gypsy music in the evening. The restaurant has capacity of 180 persons. It is opened every day from 7am to 10am, 12am to3pm and 7pm to 11pm. Agrill terrace, the Begonia Café and Terrace, the Gosser Brasserie and the Victoria Drink Bar also serve a wide range of drinks and snacks.