The lobby is very spacious with plenty of brown leather seats and wooden tables. In the hall from 6pm every day a famous pianist plays.
The four-star Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget (formerly Danubius Thermal Hotel Margitsziget) was the first metropolitan spa hotel in the world offering a wide range of spa and wellness services. The hotel has recently been renovated in harmony with its woodland setting on Budapest's beautiful Margaret Island. The hotel now boasts one of Europe's top Health Spas, the therapies of which are based on the utilisation of three of the island's natural thermal springs.
All rooms have a balcony overlooking either the Danube or Margaret Island, air-conditioning, colour satellite TV, in-room safe, minibar, hairdryer, coffe and tea maker, free bathrobe use, 220 V electric current. High-speed, broadband, wireless Internet access (WiFi) is available in the rooms. Non-smoking rooms, rooms for the disabled and connecting rooms are available.
The Platán Restaurant with a garden terrace offers a variety of dishes and business buffet lunches from international and Hungarian cuisines - and a culinary evening every Thursday. Boróka Lobby Bar, Neptun Pool Bar, Kamilla Coffee Shop serve a wide range of light meals, salads and Danubius Wellness Menus. Cakes, ice creams, tea and coffee, beers, cocktails and refreshments are also available.
Danubius Health Spa Resort Margitsziget is situated on Budapest's Margaret Island, adjacent to Danubius Grand Hotel Margitsziget, connected to it by a heated underground corridor. Services of both hotels are at our guests' disposal. Margaret Island was originally three separate islands that were joined together in the last century. The island, which stretches for 4 kilometres, is a protected leafy botanical parkland with ancient trees, a Japanese Garden, a Rose Garden, an open-air amphitheatre, walking and jogging tracks. The island is car-free (hotel guests can enter the island), peaceful and perfectly placed in the middle of the city, between Pest and Buda, on the River Danube. Bicycles, horses, carts and electric buggies can be hired to help you get around.