Golf Accommodation and Hotels
Cosmo Fashion Budapest4 star
The modern 4-star Cosmo Fashion Hotel is new, trendy and stylish. Located on Váci street, in the heart of Budapest, its 36 comfy, well-equipped rooms provide comfortable relaxation and a high level of facilities. The hotel is surrounded by the numerous restaurants and shops of the pedestrianised …
Corinthia Budapest5 star
This luxury 5-star hotel is centrally located on the Pest side of the city within easy access to all tourist attractions. The hotel offers unique spa facilities and an excellent choice of restaurants. Rooms are spacious and lavishly appointed. The "Royal Spa", first open in 1886, has a long …
Regnum Residence4 star
Hotel Regnum Residence offers comfortable and convenient rooms to it’s guests. The well equipped superior room and suites are one of the largest in Budapest so beside the tourist and business guests, they are ideal for customers who wants to stay longer and for families with kids as well. The …
This 4-star modern hotel is situated in the centre of Pest. Houses of Parliament and many other tourist attractions are within walking distance. Excellent location and uniquely designed rooms make this hotel a great choice when visiting Budapest. Guests can relax with a drink at the hotel’s cocktail …
Art'otel Budapest4 star
This 4-star hotel is situated on the Buda side of the city on the river bank, overlooking the river Danube and the Houses of Parliament. Modern hotel with unique interiors dedicated to the artist Donald Sultan. The hotel's restaurant "Chelsea" serves international and Hungarian dishes. Enjoy a drink …
Buda Castle4 star
The Buda Castle is a 4 star superior Fashion hotel offering luxury rooms and suites in elegant surroundings near the centre of Budapest. The hotel is housed in an original 15th century building; the classic exterior has been preserved yet the interior design is fresh and modern.
Boscolo Budapest5 star
This 5-star luxury hotel is located in the centre of Pest, from where many tourist attractions are within easy reach. The hotel offers excellent restaurants and wellness facilities and luxuriously appointed rooms. Lavishly appointed "New York Cafe" restaurant serves traditional Italian and Hungarian …
This 5-star luxury hotel is located in the heart of the city centre on the Pest side. Many tourist attractions are within a very short walking distance. Rooms feature elegant decoration with modern amenities and stunning views of Buda and the river Danube. "Corso" restaurant serves Asian and …
Adina Apartment5 star
This 5-star modern apartment hotel is centrally located on the Pest side of the city and within quick and easy reach of all tourist attractions. Contemporary apartments and studios with kitchenettes and modern amenities coupled with excellent fitness amenities make this hotel a perfect place for …
Mamaison Andrassy5 star
This 5-star upscale boutique hotel is centrally situated on the famous Andrassy Avenue in the diplomatic district. With its elegant and spacious rooms the hotel provides the best experience and good value for money. "Baraka" restaurant/ bar is an elegant restaurant in art deco style offering unique …
This luxury 5-star hotel is ideally located on the bank of the river Danube, in the heart of the city's premier shopping, dining and entertainment area. The hotel offers excellent spa area and restaurant. Rooms are luxuriously-appointed with modern amenities. "Paris-Budapest" cafe offers a fusion of …
45 minutes from Budapest, Old Lake is a very classic-looking course with old trees in a serene parkland setting. There are plenty of water hazards if you are too greedy but otherwise it’s a lovely walk which should not test an experienced golfer. On site, there is the four-star Old …
This is the Championship course of Hungary. 40 minutes from Budapest, it’s well-maintained and well-designed with plenty of long-driving opportunities and an accent on accurate approaches. A favourite “holiday” course, Pannonia offers fabulous views from the raised tees …
30 minutes from Budapest, Magyar is Hungary’s oldest golf course and is a secluded and pretty parkland meandering through 66 hectares of heathland and woodland. Close to the Danube Bend, the location is a site for tired eyes. The front nine is tight and the more difficult so make sure …
Budapest Golf Breaks
• Inaugurated in 1865, the Academy of Science is one of the city’s finest examples of Neo-Renaissance architecture.
• The massive Royal Palace houses the National Gallery (a collection of Hungarian paintings and sculptures), the Budapest History Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
• Built a century ago on the side of Castle Hill, Fisherman’s Bastion is a grand mock bastion, with seven towers and superb river vistas.
• On the Pest side of the river, the National Museum focuses on Hungary’s history, from the foundation of the state up to the 20th-Century Andrássy út, Hungary’s grandest boulevard, stretches 2.5 km (1.5 miles) from downtown Pest to Heroes’ Square and the Millennium Monument. It is flanked by some of the city’s finest architecture, including the Hungarian State Opera House and the Ballet Institute.
• Built between 1851 and 1905, St. Stephen’s Basilica has recently been restored (it was badly damaged in World War II). Named after Hungary’s first king, it offers an ornate interior and impressive views from a terrace outside the huge 96-metre (315-foot) dome.
• Váci utca is a famous shopping promenade with a proliferation of street musicians and folk art, from embroidered tablecloths and sheepskin vests to hand-carved chess sets and leather purses.
• The Hungarian State Opera House is one of Europe’s most elegant opera houses. Built in 1884, in a neo-Italian Renaissance style, its lustrous interior is showcased in frequent multilingual tours.
• A long-standing icon in old Buda, Matthias Church dates from the 13th Century, but its architecture reflects an eclectic history – including a period as a Turkish mosque. Now, the splendid neo-Gothic church on Castle Hill boasts a grandly painted interior, and an exotic 19th-century recreation of original elements that have been lost over time.
• Opposite Matthias Church, the House of Hungarian Wines offers a “stroll” through the 22 wine regions of Hungary. You may sample (and buy) some of its close to 700 wines.
• The National Gallery offers an excellent perspective on Hungarian art, from AD 1000 to 1990.
• The Great Synagogue is the world’s second largest, seating up to 3,000 people. The adjoining Jewish Museum houses a moving memorial to the Hungarian Holocaust.
• Beside the Danube, the Parliament is a magnificent example of neo-Gothic architecture, complete with spires and towers and a dome standing an impressive 96-metres (315 feet) high. It houses the National Assembly and the Hungarian crown jewels.
• Day and night time cruises on the Danube offer magical sight-seeing opportunities. The route from Margaret Bridge to Hotel Gellért is enlivened by fascinating stories of Buda and Pest in several languages.
• Heroes’ Square is gateway to City Park, laid out in 1896 to celebrate the country’s 1,000 years of occupation. Huge statues of tribal chieftains and rulers, and an imposing 38-metre (125-foot) column bearing the Archangel Gabriel, dominate the square.
• Within Heroes’ Square, the Museum of Fine Arts is the city’s showcase for works by European Old Masters, with a particularly impressive Spanish and Italian collection.
• City Park is a recreational favourite with a zoo, a circus, an amusement park, Transport Museum and the spectacular Széchenyi Bath.
• Gellért Hill is located in Buda, overlooking the Elizabeth Bridge. At the top are a white stone fort, the Citadella, the Freedom Monument (built by the Russians in 1947) and impressive views. At its base is a beautifully preserved bath.
• The Central Market Hall is a beautifully restored Art Nouveau landmark, selling an amazing variety of fresh produce, meat and flowers. Plan a visit early in the morning – Saturday is best – to see this impressive market in full swing.