This 5-star Budapest hotel owes its name to a view of the Chain Bridge over the Danube which can be enjoyed from many of the rooms and some common spaces. When it comes to style, the hotel is fully contemporary without overdoing it. On the contrary: rooms and suites exude laid-back luxury with their half classic, half gleefully fresh design. Service is exception in all areas, particularly in the Executive Club, accessible to Club category guests. Further facilities include a hotel spa with a 40-foot pool, two restaurants with international, French and Hungarian cuisine, as well as an elegant bar with an outside area. 5-star hotel: Top service and lofty rooms
Anyone who needs a lot of space to feel at ease is in the right place at Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge: that goes for common areas as well as guests rooms. Even the standard category offers a spacious 300 square feet. Attractive design awaits in all rooms and suites, with tasteful color combinations and excellent amenities, from a flatscreen TV and comfortable beds down to care products by Hermes. Friendly and professional service in all areas, including both restaurants, thoroughly earn their 5 stars. Lovers of luxury will enjoy a stay in one of the executive rooms. Guests in this room category have access to a club lounge where a separate breakfast is served every morning in an exclusive atmosphere. Urban Hotel: Impressive lobby & cosmopolitan atmosphere
Location is key for a city hotel. Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge boasts a top location, a mere 3 minutes on foot from the city center, with a view over the Donau, the Chain Bridge, and Buda Castle. The hotel’s ambience fits perfectly in urban surroundings: particularly the lobby, housed in a towering glass-roofed atrium, gives the impression of a true cosmopolitan hotel. This is a wonderful place for sitting with a coffee and people-watching while soaking up the impressive space. Wellness Hotel: small, high-quality spa
A Roman-style spa and wellness center on the first floor of the hotel invites guests year-round to a heated indoor pool as well as diverse massages and beauty treatments. Two saunas are available, as well as a connected fitness studio. Food & Drink: French-Hungarian cuisine & a chic bar
Two restaurants, both under the guidance of kitchen chef Jeremy Cayron, are housed in the Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge. In Terrasse, the restaurant located in the lobby and its adjoining terrace, a perfectly organized breakfast buffet is served every morning with a huge variety of selections for any taste. On Sundays, brunch is served. In the hotel’s restaurant, Paris Budapest, guests can watch the head chef in his show kitchen as he prepares the delicious specialties, which are available to taste minutes later with an array of excellent wines. After eating, it’s worth an excursion to the hotel bar to enjoy a cocktail in a chic art-deco atmosphere. Location: Central, with a view of the Danube
One street away from the shore of the Danube, the Sofitel Budapest Chain Bridge is very centrally located; some areas offer a direct view of the Chain Bridge. An excellent home base for exploring the inner city on foot.